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November Basho 2020 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M6 Bolo (11-4; 99 points)
Juryo Yusho:J5 Kotosho (12-3; 103 points)
Makushita Yusho:m40 Amakaze (12-3; 99 points)
Gino-sho:K Kogaratsu (8-7; 104 points)
Kanto-sho:M10 Chankoyama (10-5; 102 points)
M17 Akoushousan (10-5; 99 points)
Shukun-sho:not awarded
by Takanotaki, 2020/11/23

November Basho 2020 - Day 15
Bolo and Yumezukuri both won their final bouts AND finished with identical scores so the second tie-break rule was required to decide the winner. Bolo was the winner of their direct bout on day nine and so he emerged victorious in this thrilling finale.
In Juryo Kotosho won his final bout and that was enough to take the yusho with a 12-3 record. In Makushita, Amakaze slipped up on the final day while Balon won, but Amakaze's superior score was enough to carry the day.
Congratulations to all the winners. See you all back here in 2021.
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/23

November Basho 2020 - Day 14
Both Yumezukuri and Natsunoyama lost, allowing Bolo to enter the running. The first two fight each other tomorrow while Bolo will take on Sekiwake Trender. Natsunoyama is four points ahead of his rivals so a win for him will almost certainly guarantee yusho. A loss, however, will then depend on Bolo's score against Yumezukuri as they are both currently level.
In Juryo, Kotosho is one win and six points of his nearest rival and is therefore almost certainly the winner. It is a similar story in Makushita where Amakaze leads the field by one win and is also three points ahead of his nearest rival. Again, this looks promising for Amakaze.
Good luck to all the contenders!
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/21

November Basho 2020 - Day 13
Yumezukuri and Natsunoyama both won and maintained their lead. Both now have 10 wins.
It was the same story in Juryo: Both leaders (Unkonoyama and Kotosho) won and maintain their positions. And in Makushita we also have two leaders who won today: Amakaze and Pahomu.
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/20

November Basho 2020 - Day 12
Yumezukuri and Natsunoyama lead the pack as we close in on the final stages. Sekiwake Trender lost today and fell back into the chasing pack of seven.
Unkonoyama and Kotosho now lead Juryo with nine wins each. In Makushita Balon and newcomer Pahomu benefited from a bad day at the office for leader Amakaze. These three now lead with 10-2 records.
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/19

November Basho 2020 - Day 9
Only one of the Makuuchi leading pack won and that was former Sekiwake Natsunoyama. Two large groups are on his tail.
In Juryo Kotosho's fine run came to an end. He now co-leads with Reeeen. In Makushita, it was Pepenohana who blinked first while Amakaze marched serenely on. Amakaze is now the only remaining unbeaten player in all divisions and is only one point behind the scoring leader (Tragikomy with 67).
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/17

November Basho 2020 - Day 8
Sole leader Kazutoyama lost today and fell back into the chasing pack that now numbers five. Sekiwake Trender is the only sanyaku representative there.
Kotoshu is still unbeaten and leads the Juryo field. Pepenohana and Amakaze stayed unbeaten in Makushita: Who will blink first?
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/15

November Basho 2020 - Day 7
As the first week comes to a close, the yusho races are coming into focus.
Kazutoyama, a denizen of lower Maegashira for quite a while, has suddenly appeared ahead of the pack and is the sole leader. A group of eight that includes Sekiwake Trender is in close pursuit.
Juryo is led by the unbeaten Kotosho. Makushita is being dominated so far by two promising relative newcomers Pepenohana and Amakaze.
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/14

November Basho 2020 - Day 2
Welcome to the final tournament of 2020!
We have no ozeki on the banzuke with the demotion of Sekiwake Andonishiki. He had a chance to return to the rank with ten wins but is sadly absent this tournament and will therefore be demoted again next time. There are no likely ozeki runs this tournament so the rank may be empty for a while.
Sekiwake Trender is the only sanyaku member in the leading unbeaten group at these early stages. The lower divisions are still forming their leading groups.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2020/11/11


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