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Aki Basho 2023 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M8 Trender (11-4, 101)
Juryo Yusho:J6 Oskahanada (12-3, 104)
Makushita Yusho:m14 Holginoshima (13-2, 101)
Gino-sho:M2 Kakushoyamaii (10-5, 101)
M8 Trender (11-4, 101)
Kanto-sho:not awarded
Shukun-sho:M1 Chiyobobdog (9-6, 94)
by Takanotaki, 2023/9/25

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 15
Things were straightforward in the end!
Trender overcame Susanoo to take a third Makuuchi yusho! Omedetou!
Oskanohana won to take the Juryo yusho and will likely be rewarded with promotion to the top division in November.
And in Makushita Holginoshima emerged finally as the winner with 13 wins!
Congratulations to all the winners. See you back here in November!
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/24

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 14
Yesterday's leader Trender lost and Susanoo won. They both meet tomorrow in a death match to decide the yusho!
Oskahanada is one win clear of the field in Juryo and is also top of the scoring so even a loss may be enough to take the yusho if he scores well enough.
In Makushita Holginoshima and Akaitori are both 12-2 but don't face each other on the final day. Holginoshima is miles ahead on points so a win for him would mean yusho. A loss would allow Akaitori in (if he wins) and at least one of the pursuers, especially Torinoameni, who has scored well.
Good luck to all the contenders!
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/23

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 13
We enter the final stretch of a tricky tournament with former Sekiwake Trender taking pole position with ten wins. With only two chasers and the best score in the division, he has a good chance now of winning the whole thing.
Oskanohana leads Juryo all alone with 10 wins. Three chasers are hoping for a slip-up. In Makushita Oyama, Holginoshima, Momijiyama and Akaitori all have 11 wins to lead.
This tournament has been very rough on both yokozuna and they fell to losing records today. Sadly this means that Yumezukuri will be demoted to Ozeki for the November tournament. He will have a chance to return to the top rank if he achieves 10 wins next time. Meanwhile, Pandaazuma will need to get a winning record next tournament to avoid demotion.
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/22

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 10
Leaders Chocshoporyu and Chankoyama both lost today while Golynohana marched on to take the sole lead along with an early kachikoshi.
Fetmen now leads Juryo by himself. Oskahanada and Emiroo trail by one win. And Makushita is now headed by Holginoshima and Konyagayamada. Both have nine wins.
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/19

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 8
Chocshoporyu defeats his second yokozuna in two days and takes the sole lead in style. Four hopefuls are one off the pace. Chocshoporyu fights the ozeki tomorrow and it would be a remarkable feat to win that one as well. He has never won the Makuuchi yusho...this is definitely his best ever chance.
Fetmen, Oskahanada and Akoushousan still lead Juryo with six wins. Nine players lead Makushita with seven wins, Inunoyama being the top ranked.
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/17

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 6
It's an all-Maegashira leaderboard as we put day six into the books. Special mention has to go to former Ozeki Andonishiki for beating both yokozuna and the ozeki. He shares the lead with four other early performers.
Akoushousan is the only unbeaten player in Juryo and hence the sole leader. Oskanohana and Fetmen are one win behind.
And there are six unbeaten players in Makushita. Getting very competitive as the numbers increase. In fact, this tournament marks a new record with 204 participating players.
On the banzuke both Yokozuna need to be careful after awful starts. Yokozuna Yumezukuri needs 8 wins to avoid demotion to Ozeki but has had a 1-5 start. Can he turn things around? Yokozuna Pandaazuma is not in imminent danger of demotion but a poor 2-4 start makes the rest of the tournament a challenging proposition.
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/15

Aki Basho 2023 - Day 3
Welcome to the Aki basho!
Golynohana, Gonzaburow and Genya make up the three Gs in the early Makuuchi lead.
Meteoric risers Oskahanada and Kaito are part of a five-way lead in Juryo.
Makushita is still yet to form a coherent yusho race at this early stage as usual.
On the banzuke front, Sekiwake Kazutoyama needs 12 wins for ozeki promotion. He is off to a 2-1 start.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2023/9/13


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