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Aki Basho 2014 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M6 Osakanohana (12-3; 107 points)
Juryo Yusho:J5 Andonishiki (12-3; 105 points)
Makushita Yusho:m42 Jejima (14-1; 112 points)
Gino-sho:S Kitakachiyama (8-7; 116 points)
Kanto-sho:M6 Osakanohana (12-3; 107 points)
Shukun-sho:not awarded
by Takanotaki, 2014/9/29

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 15
Oskanohana kept his cool to defeat Konosato and secure his first Makuuchi yusho with a 12-3 score and no need for a play-off. Congratulations!
In Juryo Jakusotsu will be very disappointed that he was unable to make his picks as his droning line-up only scored seven points, allowing Andonishiki to sneak in and win the yusho 12-3 after a play-off. And Jejima took the Makushita yusho with ease after a high-scoring 14-1 performance.
And finally, great news for Tosahayate as he successfully staved off kadoban with a win on the final day. Sumo Game will have an Ozeki for the Kyushu Basho.
Thanks very much for playing and see you in November.
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/28

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 14
Apologies for the technical issues that plagued Sumo Game on Day 14. Most of the problems have been resolved and the statistical pages will be updated soon.
Oskanohana came out on top in the yusho leaders' death match and is now one win away from his first ever Makuuchi yusho. However, he still needs to beat close pursuer Konosato as a loss would put not only his opponent but also Ganzohnesushi and Kuroimori back in the yusho hunt.
In Juryo Jakusotsu needs just one more win but Andonishiki one win behind still has a slight chance if results go his way. And Jejima still leads Makushita and is almost certain to wrap up the divisional title tomorrow barring a complete collapse to let Gurowake in.
And in a dramatic finale to the kadoban saga, Ozeki Tosahayate must beat Sekiwake Pandaazuma on senshuraku to keep his rank. The Sekiwake will be particularly motivated to win in order to claim the number one spot on the banzuke in Kyushu.
Good luck to all the players on the final day.
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/27

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 13
In a tournament where the sanyaku are nowhere to be seen, Ganzohnesushi and Oskanohana both won today to reach the 10-win mark. They face each other on day 14 in a bout that is a must-win for Oskanohana at least as his inferior score will ensure he is out of the yusho race. A win for Ganzohnesushi would almost certainly guarantee him the yusho by virtue of his vastly superior score. In ozeki news, Tosahayate now needs to win the final two days to keep his rank.
Jakusotsu leads the way in Juryo with 11 wins and only two close rivals one win behind. And Jejima remains the sole leader in Makushita while three stubborn pursuers stay on his trail. As with Ganzohnesushi, a win tomorrow will very likely bag Jejima the yusho thanks to his fine scoring total. Only Gurowake of his pursuers would have any hope of catching him if he wins.
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/26

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 10
Some drama in Makuuchi today as three of the top four lost, bringing a few more players into the yusho race. Ganzohnesushi and Oskanohana lead the way with 8-2 records. Ozeki Tosahayate is in the midst of an encouraging recovery and needs three more wins to keep his rank.
Jakusotsu and Chiyonotsuti both won to retain their advantage in Juryo. And Jejima eases into the sole lead in Makushita at 9-1.
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/23

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 9
As the clay from day 9 settles Ganzohnesushi takes a thoroughly deserved sole lead in Makuuchi thanks to a superlative scoring performance so far after his three closest rivals all lost today. In Ozeki news, Tosahayate is still in with a chance of keeping his rank after a win today but will need to win four of the final six days. Ozeki hopeful Flohru fell to his seventh loss today and will have to begin a new ozeki run when he gets the chance.
In Juryo we have three leaders in Jakusotsu, Mainoumi, and Chiyonotsuti. And in Makushita there are four leaders vying for supremacy.
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/23

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 6
Makuuchi finally has a sole leader after six days in Kuroimori. A pack of six fellow Maegashira is hot on his tail. Ozeki Tosahayate now needs to win six out of the last nine days to retain his rank. And Sekiwake Flohru needs to win seven to move up in the opposite direction.
In Juryo Jakusotsu and Achiyama lead with perfect records. And Makushita now has only four leaders, all yet to lose.
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/19

Aki Basho 2014 - Day 2
Welcome one and all to the Aki Basho in Sumo Game.
Ozeki Tosahayate is once again kadoban and needs 8 wins to keep his rank and has a 1-1 start. Good luck to him. In the ozeki promotion stakes, Sekiwake Flohru requires 9 wins to achieve the 31 wins required over three basho for promotion and is also off to a 1-1 start. The other two sekiwake, Pandaazuma and Kitakachiyama, also have outside chances of promotion but both would likely need a yusho-winning performance.
After two days the leaderboards, as always, are still forming. In Makuuchi, 10 westlers remain undefeated with only one sanyaku representative. In Juryo a group of seven is off to a perfect start. And Makushita is the usual forest of names at this stage.
Good luck to all wrestlers. Have a great basho!
by Pandaazuma, 2014/9/16


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