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Nagoya Basho 2018 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M10 Andonishiki (11-4; 106 points)
Juryo Yusho:J9 Mauji (13-2; 104 points)
Makushita Yusho:m13 Kunitachi (12-3; 99 points)
Gino-sho:M6 Susanoo (8-7; 107 points)
Kanto-sho:M15 Kibooyama (11-4; 105 points)
Shukun-sho:K Kuriomori (10-5; 103 points)
M1 Sebunshu (10-5; 96 points)
M6 Susanoo (8-7; 107 points)
by Takanotaki, 2018/7/23

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 15
A playoff was required to decide the yusho in the Makuuchi division. Andonishiki emerged as the winner thanks to his 106 point total, one point ahead of Kibooyama and two points ahead of Trender. It is Andonishiki's second yusho of the year and his third Makuuchi yusho overall. In the day's final regular bout between Yokozuna Pandaazuma and Ozeki Yamashiro, the loser was to face kadoban status in the next tournament. The fiercely fought duel ended in favor of the yokozuna whose kadoban count was reset to zero.
In Juryo, Mauji had secured her first-ever tournament victory yesterday already. On day 15, she defeated Kitakachiyama to win the division two shiroboshi ahead of Andrasoyamawaka.
The Makushita yusho was decidedly more contested and headed into a 4-way playoff. Kazamidori and Gansekiiwa were eliminated in the first round due to lower overall scores, but none of the next four yusho-deciding rules (direct bout, more 8+ days, less 5- days, more perfect days) would bring a closure to the contest between Kunitachi and Reijinguoshan. As a result, the yusho had to be determined randomly, and Kunitachi prevailed.
by Takanotaki, 2018/7/23

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 14
Sebunshu's loss today completely opened things up, as he is joined on 10 wins by three other players. In pole position by virtue of points scored is Andonishiki, but Trender and Kibooyama lurk just one point behind. Sebunshu can only win if he wins while all his rivals lose.
In Juryo Sagi's loss handed the yusho to Mauji with a day to spare. In Makushita a win for Kunitachi would almost certainly give him the yusho, but if he loses, Kazamidori could take the prize. A few players with 11-3 records have a slight chance if both leaders lose.
Good luck to all the players.
by Pandaazuma, 2018/7/21

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 13
Sebunshu won the showdown against Andonishiki and is now the sole leader with 10 wins. Four hopefuls are on his tail, including Kibooyama, who fights Sebunshu tomorrow.
Mauji has taken the sole lead in Juryo ahead of Sagi. And in Makushita Kazamidori and Kunitachi lead the way.
by Pandaazuma, 2018/7/20

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 11
After losing for two straight days Andonishiki returned to winning ways and sole ownership of the Makuuchi lead. Just behind are Sebunshu, Kogaratsu and Kibooyama.
Sagi and Mauji lead Juryo with 9 wins. Kakushoyamaii is the only player in Makushita with ten wins. He is going well in his second basho.
by Pandaazuma, 2018/7/18

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 8
Andonishiki just keeps winning and it's no fluke either as he sits alone atop the scoring charts. He takes on Susanoo tomorrow to try and gain his ninth. Only Kogaratsu is now in touching distance.
Five players now lead Juryo at 6-2. And Gansekiiwa lost today and so falls into a leading group of five with one loss.
And sadly we can now confirm that there will be no new ozeki in September. In fact, there is likely to be an almost clear-out in lower sanyaku as everyone but Komusubi Kuroimori is trending heavily towards a losing record.
by Pandaazuma, 2018/7/15

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 6
Andonishiki is off to a great start and is Makuuchi's only unbeaten player as he aims for a repeat of his yusho in January. Four Maegashira are one win off the pace.
Juryo is led by Kazutoyama and Hakubayama, who both have 5-1 records. And in Makushita Gansekiiwa is the sole leader at 6-0.
by Pandaazuma, 2018/7/13

Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 3
Welcome to the steaming hot Nagoya basho!
Day three is in the books and the Makuuchi leaderboard is devoid of any sanyaku players. Five unbeaten Maegashira lead the way at this early stage.
In Juryo we have four undefeated hopefuls. And the ten leaders of Makushita include gaming veteran Mariohana.
There were two viable ozeki runs on the cards but sadly Sekiwake Takanosushi is absent. Sekiwake Flohru needs ten wins but he is off to the worst possible (and very unlucky) start. He now needs to win ten out of twelve to make the leap up to the game's second highest rank.
Good luck to all the players.
by Pandaazuma, 2018/7/10


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