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Kyushu Basho 2021 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M12 Genya (12-3; 103 points)
Juryo Yusho:J9 Terarno (10-5; 108 points)
Makushita Yusho:m46 Kajiyanosho (13-2; 103 points)
Gino-sho:M3 Trender (11-4; 110 points)
Kanto-sho:M12 Genya (12-3; 103 points)
Shukun-sho:M4 Susanoo (8-7, 106 points)
by Takanotaki, 2021/11/29

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 15
Yusho winner Genya's form deserted him just at the right time - after it no longer mattered. He finishes with a 12-3 record.
In Juryo Fujiyama managed to make it interesting and we had a four-way tie-break. Terarno takes the yusho with a two-point advantage over his nearest rival.
In Makushita Kajiyanosho AND Pepenohana lost on the final day so the former wins the tournament with a 13-2 record.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Thanks to all for playing Sumo Game in 2021. Hope to see you all back here in the new year!
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/28

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 14
Genya crashed to a heavy loss today but it didn't matter as both pursuers also lost. So it's congratulations to Genya on a first Makuuchi yusho! A nice bump up the banzuke and a probable special prize can be expected.
Chiyobobdog is the sole leader in Juryo so a win tomorrow will give him the title. However, a loss to Fujiyama will open a can of worms, with several other players then able to capitalize on a tie-break situation, including Fujiyama himself. Terarno has the highest points total so he will be cheering for Fujiyama tomorrow as well as hoping for a win in his own match.
Makushita comes down to long-time leader Kajiyanosho (13-1) and Pepenohana (12-2). They don't fight each other so a win for the former will be a yusho for him. A loss however coupled with a win for Pepenohana will take us to a tie-break. Kajiyanosho has only a one-point advantage over his rival so there is all to play for.
And finally...Sumo Game history will be made tomorrow as two yokozuna face each other for the first time. [Aside: My money in on Yumezukuri because Panda quite literally has the worst senshuraku record of any player in the entire game's history - it's almost comical] Anyway, let's hope for a strong, exciting match.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/27

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 13
Genya swept aside another player to improve to 12-1. One more win will seal yusho, or any losses by his two chasers, Bolo and Tragikomy.
Juryo is back down to three leaders and is still completely open with two days remaining. In Makushita, Kajiyanosho lost at last but remains a win ahead of Pepenohana and famous drone Sakanotori.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/26

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 12
Genya racked up yet another win and is now the hot favourite to win the divisional title as he is two wins ahead of the field. Bolo and Tragikomy are the hopefuls waiting for a collapse.
Yesterday's Juryo leader Huchimama lost and fell into a group of six leaders. And in Makushita, Kajiyanosho won again and is now 12-0.
In other news, shin Ozeki Kakushoyamaii celebrated an early kachikoshi today. A fine start to his ozeki career.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/25

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 11
Genya and his dogged pursuer Bolo won yet again to retain the lead. The first chasing group is two wins off the pace. Both will be given top opposition from now on and will need to keep their excellent form to continue winning.
Huchimama was the only one of the leaders to emerge victorious in Juryo today and he is the first to reach a winning record. And it's another easy win for Kajiyanosho in Makushita to stay perfect. He now has a two-point lead.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/24

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 10
Genya still leads as day ten enters the books. Bolo is one win off the pace and a group of eight follows him.
Hironoumi, Kaiowaka and Huchimama lead Juryo with 7-3 records. Still very open there. And Kajiyanosho marches on unbeaten in Makushita.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/23

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 8
Musical chairs on the leader board and day 8 finds Genya in the sole lead. A group of seven Maegashira are in hot pursuit. The nearest sanyaku are two wins off the pace.
Kaito leads Juryo with 6 wins. And Kajiyanasho from the Makushita is the only remaining undefeated player.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/21

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 4
Bolo takes an early sole lead in Makuuchi. He is being chased by a massive group on 3-1, all waiting for a slip-up.
Huchimama and Kaito lead Juryo with perfect scores. A group of nine remain undefeated in Makushita.
After early hiccups our new Yokozuna and Ozeki have bounced back to 3-1 and 2-2 respectively and are scoring well, boding well for the rest of the tournament.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/17

Kyushu Basho 2021 - Day 1
Welcome to the final tournament of 2021. Some significant changes on the Sumo Game banzuke as we welcome a new Yokozuna (Yumezukuri) and Ozeki (Kakushoyamaii). Both are at their new ranks very much on merit after outstanding recent performances and all eyes will be on the 'newcomers' as they settle into their new ranks. Best of luck to both of them.
This is also the first time in Sumo Game history that there are two active Yokozuna, who will now be battling for the prestigious east side while also aiming for yusho in each tournament.
As this is the last tournament of the year, the much-neglected yearly stats (at the bottom of the stats page) will come into focus as we see who has scored best in various categories over the year. It's not too late to put in a stellar performance and finish on a song.
Good luck to all the players in the coming tournament.
by Pandaazuma, 2021/11/14


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