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Hatsu Basho 2021 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M2 Andoreasu (11-4; 97 points)
Juryo Yusho:J4 Chiyobobdog (10-5; 98 points)
Makushita Yusho:m31 Amakaze (12-3; 98 points)
Gino-sho:M6 Chankoyama (9-6; 101 points)
Kanto-sho:M12 Kotosho (10-5; 91 points)
M15 Genya (10-5; 91 points)
Shukun-sho:M1 Screechingowl (10-5; 93 points)
M4 Mananoyama (10-5; 92 points)
by Takanotaki, 2021/1/25

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 15
Andoreasu lost on the final day but so did his rivals so it was a clear victory with 11 wins. That is his fourth Makuuchi yusho. Congratulations!
Chiyobobdog and Wakamasuto both won their final matches in Juryo. Chiyobobdog wins the tie with two more points scored that his rival. And Amakaze did the business for a second straight tournament in Makushita as he won his final bout and took advantage of Bakanonou's loss. He easily outscored the long-time leader and so wins on a 12-3 tie-break.
Congratulations to all the winners. See you back here in March for the Haru Basho.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/25

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 14
Andoreasu won again to take pole position on the final day. There are three players one win behind him but their scores are inferior so unless there is an improbable collapse, the veteran will win whatever happens tomorrow.
In Juryo there are four players leading with 9-5 records and they will all fight among themselves tomorrow. Chiyobobdog is the favourite in a tie as long as he wins his bout.
In Makushita, Bakanonou, the long-time leader, probably needs another win, as his two nearest challengers (Amakaze and Denki) fight each other and they both have superior scores to the leader. A special mention for Amakaze - the winner of the last tournament in Makushita - who has come back from three straight losses to win the last eleven days. Very impressive indeed. We all expect the talented Amakaze to reach Makuuchi in double-quick time.
Good luck to all the players tomorrow!
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/24

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 12
The two leaders for most of the basho fought each other today. Andoreasu overcame Flohru to join a crowded leading pack of five at 9-3.
Juryo is now led by Chiyobobdog and Miyabi, both with 8 wins. Bakanonou keeps up the fine work in Makushita and he now as 11 wins. Denki and Osuminokuni are one win behind.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/21

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 10
The two veterans Flohru and Andoreasu are back in the lead after being the only ones of the leading pack to triumph today. There are still eight hopefuls on their tail.
In Juryo Emiroo and Wakamasuto both lost but remain in the lead. Bakanonou won again in Makushita and is leading with only three players within touching distance.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/19

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 9
We are back down to four leaders in Makuuchi. Andoreasu, Flohru, Mananoyama and Hironoumi are all looking for early winning records tomorrow.
The two Juryo leaders Emiroo and Wakamasuto won and will also be hoping for kachikoshi tomorrow. And Bakanonou takes the sole lead of Makushita and is the only player to have a winning record.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/18

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 8
The two leaders lost on nakabi, allowing a rush of new hopefuls to join in the yusho race. Komusubi Bolo is the only sanuyaku representative to have taken advantage.
Wakamasuto slipped up today and is now joined in the lead by Emiroo. And the Makushita race has now thinned out to two main contenders: Bakanonou and Inunoyama.
I further invite you to observe this incredible sequence of improbable events, made even more incredible by Komusubi Andonishiki's comments:
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/17

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 7
Andoreasu and Flohru, two German Sumo Game legends, share the Makuuchi division lead on day 7. A group of ten hopefuls are snapping at their heels.
Wakamasuto leads Juryo with a 6-1 record. And unusually, there are no unbeaten players in Makushita at this stage. A large group of hopefuls lead the way.
And, sadly, Sekiwake Kibooyama's Ozeki run is over at an early stage as he collects a sixth loss.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/17

Hatsu Basho 2021 - Day 4
Welcome to the Hatsu Basho of 2021.
Kibooyama is on an ozeki run, needing 10 wins for promotion. He is off to a tricky 1-3 start though and will need to put a winning streak together soon.
Also, we welcome a gaming veteran back to sanyaku after an absence of over 11 years. Komusubi Yumezukuri is off to a 2-2 starting score.
Andoreasu and Rupatengu are our early leaders in Makuuchi. Wakamasuto is the sole leader of Juryo. And a group of nine hopefuls remain unbeaten in Makushita.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2021/1/14


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