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Hatsu Basho 2019 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M8 Andonishiki (12-3; 103 points)
Juryo Yusho:J1 Musashimaru (11-4; 95 points)
Makushita Yusho:m31 Kobashi (14-1; 99 points)
Gino-sho:M8 Andonishiki (12-3; 103 points)
Kanto-sho:M12 Screechingowl (10-5; 97 points)
M15 Kitakachiyama (10-5; 102 points)
Shukun-sho:K Kogaratsu (9-6; 98 points)
M5 Rupatengu (8-7; 96 points)
by Takanotaki, 2019/1/28

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 15
On a very unpredictable senshuraku Andonishiki came through in style as he defeated one of his rivals while the other rival lost elsewhere to take a fully deserved fourth top-division title as points leader of all divisions. Congratulations to him on a superb effort.
Musashimaru won his match to take the Juryo yusho with an 11-4 record. And there could only be one winner in Makushita - long-time leader Kobashi won a high-scoring bout to take his first yusho 14-1.
At the top of the banzuke Yokozuna Pandaazuma overcame Ozeki Yamashiro to finish 9-6. This clears his kadoban tag. Unfortunately, Yamashiro now needs 8 wins next tournament to keep his rank.
Congratulations to all the winners! And see you all in March.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/27

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 14
Andonishiki came through his first test with flying colours and is now the red hot favourite for the yusho as his only challengers are three and six points as well as one win behind. The only realistic challenger is ScreechingOwl, who must win tomorrow and hope Andonishiki loses AND must score three points more at least.
Juryo leader Musashimaru goes up to Makuuchi tomorrow and just needs a win to clinch the prize. A loss however opens a real can of worms and could allow several players in if they win. Sagi is currently the frontrunner as points leader.
Tragically Kobashi finally lost today but by virtue of a superior score should be safe for the yusho. Bakanonou and Sakanotori will be holding out for a miracle.
Good luck to all the contenders.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/26

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 13
As we move into the final weekend, Andonishiki found himself the only player left unscathed on a brutal day 12. He now leads with a strong score that should ensure that one more win will be enough to secure the yusho. He faces Sekiwake Chankoyama on day 14.
It was a similar story in Juryo as Musashimaru moved into the sole lead. And the dream is still alive for Kobashi. 13/13. With a superior score, the race here is all but mathematically over.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/26

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 12
Haidouzo, ScreechingOwl and Andonishiki all improved to 9-3 and are the frontrunners as we go into the final three days.
It's another trio in Juryo: Musashimaru, Survivor and Genya are 8-4. And the majestic Kobashi grinds on to win twelve out of twelve in Makushita. Can he go all the way?
On the more unfortunate side, Ozeki Yamashiro has fallen to a losing record and must now get eight wins in March to keep the prestigious second rank of Sumo Game.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/24

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 10
Carnage at the top of the leader board today and only three-time winner Andonishiki emerged intact for his 8th win. A group of seven await any slip-ups.
Survivor is now the sole leader of Juryo. And Kobashi makes it ten out of ten in Makushita.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/22

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 9
Sole leader ScreechingOwl slipped up today and fell back into what is now a leading group of five that includes the komosubi duo of Kogaratsu and Natsunoyama, both of whom are building very tasty foundations for ozeki runs in March.
Juryo is led by a 7-2 trio that includes former Sekiwake Survivor. And Makushita is home to the only remaining unbeaten player in all three divisions: Kobashi.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/21

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 7
Both Makuuchi leaders slipped up today, and so did their immediate pursuers. This led to an opening-up of the race. No less than nine pursuers now await another loss. This group includes all three komusubi.
Juryo's leadership is whittled down to four players. This group includes one of the game's veterans: Hakase, who has not been in Makuuchi since 2001.
Kobashi and Sasuke lead Makushita with unblemished records.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/19

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 6
As we approach the first weekend the yusho races have very much taken shape. Makuuchi is led by the unbeaten duo of Andonishiki and ScreechingOwl. A group of three that includes Komusubi Natsunoyama is one off the pace.
Juryo's leaders both lost today to fall into a group of six with five wins. And Makushita boasts an unbeaten pair: Kobashi and Sasuke.
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/18

Hatsu Basho 2019 - Day 3
Happy New Year and welcome all to a brand new year of Sumo Game. Thanks to everyone for your continued participation, and a special welcome to all the newcomers in Makushita.
There is plenty of uncertainty on the real dohyo as the Ozeki have only one win between them after three days, as do two of the Yokozuna. How has this translated to our virtual battleground?
Makuuchi is led by an undefeated group of six, including Sekiwake Chocshoporyu, who can be promoted to ozeki with 13 wins. Still a long way off for that though.
Juryo is led by a group of seven that includes former Sekiwake Survivor, who will be hoping for a quick return to the top division. Makushita has yet to take shape.
At the top of the banzuke there is little to report apart from Yokozuna Pandaazuma being on 'soft' kadoban, meaning that he can only afford one more losing record before being in imminent danger of losing the top rank. He will be hoping to get 8 quickly this time to shake off that tag. No promotions to Ozeki are likely this time, but a good score could set a lucky player up very nicely for a run in March.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2019/1/15


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