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Aki Basho 2016 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M15 Norizo (12-3; 102 points)
Juryo Yusho:J3 Gaijingai (10-5; 100 points)
Makushita Yusho:m28 Fusenshoyama (13-2; 103 points)
Gino-sho:M9 Yassier (11-4; 107 points)
Kanto-sho:M9 Yassier (11-4; 107 points)
Shukun-sho:not rewarded
by Takanotaki, 2016/9/26

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 15
Norizo lost on the final day but of course had done enough yesterday to win the tournament. Congratulations again to the famed sumo gaming veteran on his third Makuuchi yusho, and his first for almost ten years.
Gaijingai beat long-time leader Tomatsu and prevailed in the yusho play-off by virtue of his better score. Meanwhile in Makushita Fusenshoyama won to take the yusho without any fuss. He has only been playing for three tournaments and this is already his second yusho. He also has a combined record of 37-8, which is phenomenal.
Congratulations to all the winners! And see you all in Kyushu.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/25

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 14
Congratulations to Norizo for wrapping up the yusho nice and early. He won today while his only challenger lost, making it impossible to catch him.
Juryo is a lot more interesting. Tomatsu is the leader but he fights Gaijingai tomorrow. The other challengers will be hoping that Gaijingai (and he is one of them) wins as that will give them a chance of a yusho kettei-sen. Bolo, Yeditoshi and Oshirokita will have their fingers crossed as all of them have superior points totals to the leader.
In Makushita Fusenshoyama has a few challengers behind him but even if he loses, his strong scoring should see him through to the yusho. Only a total collapse can stop that.
Good luck to all the players on senshuraku!
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/24

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 13
Norizo lost today, giving Konosato a glimpse of hope. Yassier and Kibooyama still have faint hopes of a come-from-behind victory.
In Juryo Gaijingai joins Tomatsu at the top of the leaderboard. And in Makushita Fusenshoyama marches on and on.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/24

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 11
The Norizo machine ploughed on, making short work of a difficult day. He is now 10-1 and the hot favourite to take the title but - with four days left - anything can still happen. Tomorrow he faces gaming wizard Sekiwake Gurowake and this will test his title credentials to the limit.
Tomatsu lost in Juryo but is still two wins clear. And in Makushita Fusenshoyama at last succumbed to defeat. He is now joined by Hesokso and Akeboyama.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/21

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 10
Norizo keeps up the blistering pace and improved today to 9-1. Only Kibooyama stands within one win of him, with three more hopefuls two wins off the pace.
Tomatsu is now two wins clear in Juryo and will be looking to close out the race early. Meanwhile Fusenshoyama improves to 10-0, keeping his zensho hopes alive. This isn't Makushita luck either - not only is he co-leading the entire game on points scored (with former Ozeki Randomitsuki), he is improving on an incredible record so far in Sumo Game. Go click his profile for more details. No doubt a prestigious career awaits.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/20

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 9
Norizo is keeping his nerve and turning in strong performances against powerful opponents. His reward is to stand alone at 8-1. Only Konosato and Kibooyama are within one win.
Tomatsu keeps winning in Juryo and is alone, one win ahead of Gaijingai. And Makushita holds the only remaining unbeaten player: Fusenshoyama.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/19

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 7
Veteran gamer Norizo has taken control of the lead in Makuuchi division in this topsy-turvy basho. A large group are snapping at his heels so he'll need to keep winning.
The sole lead in Juryo is held by Tomatsu. And the Makushita lead is now held by an unbeaten trio: Tenshinhan, Kazamidori and Fusenshoyama.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/18

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 5
Former Sekiwake Konosato has taken the sole unbeaten lead in Makuuchi. A pack of 8 fellow Maegashira are on his tail.
Juryo also has a sole unbeaten leader in Tomatsu. And in Makushita the leading pack has been whittled down to four.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/15

Aki Basho 2016 - Day 2
Welcome all to the Aki Basho. The absence of Hakuho can only make this tricky game even more difficult and this has already played out over the first two days with scores on the low side in general.
A quick look at promotions and sanyaku. We welcome three new sekiwake this time - Gurowake, Sebunshu and Terarno. Only Sebunshu has a reasonable chance at ozeki promotion as he has 21 wins in the last two basho and therefore would be considered if he gets 10. However, given that one of those two basho was in mid-Maegashira, that might weigh against any marginal promotion decision. He has also had the worst possible start, going 0-2.
Meanwhile, veteran Sekiwake Kotononami's latest ozeki challenge is already almost dead in the water as he needs 12 wins but has also started limply at 0-2.
As always at this early stage, the yusho races are still in the process of forming. Nine Makuuchi wrestlers are unbeaten, including Sekiwake Gurowake and Komusubi Sumio. Juryo is led by a group of six...and Makushita, of course, is a huge blob of wrestlers vying for supremacy.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2016/9/12


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