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  • Jakusotsu
    Nov 27, 2013
      Jakusotsu presents the highly anticipated (*cough*) statistics for the BS Kyushu Basho and the 2013 annuals.

      The 'best team' award goes to the player whose 10 rikishi have scored the most wins in the basho (regardless of actual benefit). 'Possible wins' shows how many wins a perfect team would have scored in this basho.

      Best teams 2013 Kyushu (691st best ever):
      94 wins = 0.627 Gibuten (M15W) 9-6 (157 pts)
      Y:   Hakuho        13-2
      O:   Kisenosato    13-2
      S:   Goeido         8-7
      K:   Okinoumi       7-8
      M1:  Myogiryu       8-7
      M5:  Aoiyama       10-5
      M6:  Chiyotairyu   11-4
      M6:  Ikioi         11-4
      M10: Tokitenku      6-9
      M15: Osunaarashi    7-8
      Possible Wins: 102
      Who would have thought a team with Tokitenku would turn out best?

      Best teams ever (2006 Haru):
      108 wins = 0.720 Kotononami (sd3W) 12-3 (179 pts)
      108 wins = 0.720 Wakatanuki (M12E) 10-5 (172 pts)
      Possible Wins: 110


      Worst team 2013 Kyushu (1038th worst ever):
      67 wins = 0.447 Daifuku (ms22W) 3-12 (122 pts)
      Y:   Harumafuji    14-1
      O:   Kotoshogiku    1-2-12
      S:   Goeido         8-7
      K:   Okinoumi       7-8
      M1:  Aminishiki     6-9
      M4:  Homasho        5-10
      M7:  Endo           6-9
      M12: Fujiazuma      8-7
      M13: Yoshikaze      8-7
      M16: Tamaasuka      4-11
      Worst possible: 45 (without Aran)
      Droning all the time wasn't all that bad in Makushita this time around, but having the worst team didn't help.

      Worst team ever (2003 Natsu):
      49 wins = 0.327 Toschima (sd13E) 6-9 (131 pts)
      Worst possible: 45


      Worst team while still managing KK:
      79 wins = 0.527 Fujiko (ms15E) 8-7 (150 pts)
      Making the best out of the worst - that's actually a great way to prepare for the wedding ;-)

      Best team ending up MK:
      93 wins = 0.620 Wamahada (J14E) 7-8 (155 pts)
      Well, Wamahada had all the means to remain sekitori, but he didn't utilize them.

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      The 'best line-up' award goes to the player with the least points left unclaimed. Read as #points_made - #points_wasted.

      Best line-up 2013 Kyushu (674th best ever):
      163-37 = 0.815 Kaiowaka (M1E) 9-6
      Looks like a well-deserved sanyaku promotion.

      Best line-up ever (2010 Haru):
      190-14 = 0.931 tainosen (J13E) 10-5

      Best total line-ups 2013 (out of 48 with six active basho):
      1  (3) 958-261 = 0.786 Randomitsuki       
      2  (-) 948-275 = 0.775 Gaijingai          
      3  (-) 920-277 = 0.769 Chocshoporyu       
      4  (-) 940-283 = 0.769 Konosato           
      5  (-) 935-283 = 0.768 Norizo             
      6  (-) 909-283 = 0.763 Sherlockiama       
      7  (-) 940-286 = 0.767 Doitsuyama         
      8  (-) 931-286 = 0.765 Oskanohana         
      9  (-) 930-286 = 0.765 Roundeye           
      10 (-) 936-290 = 0.763 ScreechingOwl      
      Only one repeat appearance, and he came out top - well played!


      Worst line-up 2013 Kyushu (543rd worst ever):
      137-73 = 0.652 Maeden (ms21W) 7-8
      Good to see veteran Maeden back, although he appears to be a bit ring-rusty.

      Worst line-up ever (2007 Aki):
      102-106 = 0.490 Kabochajima (jd8E) 7-8

      Worst total lineups 2013 (out of 48 with six active basho):
      1  (-) 781-414 = 0.654 Marushiki          
      2  (-) 862-364 = 0.703 Aome               
      3  (-) 862-348 = 0.712 sekihiryu          
      4  (-) 888-346 = 0.720 Bill               
      5  (-) 891-337 = 0.726 Takanorappa        
      6  (-) 890-333 = 0.728 Wamahada           
      7  (-) 879-324 = 0.731 Yoohoo         
      8  (-) 891-324 = 0.733 Jakusotsu          
      9  (-) 886-321 = 0.734 fujiyama           
      10 (-) 889-319 = 0.736 Kaiomitsuki        
      There's one name here that I really *didn't* want to see.

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      The 'most perfect' ranking tells which rikishi utilized the most of their possible perfect scores. Read as #perfect_days_scored - #perfect_days_wasted.

      Most perfect 2013 Kyushu (987th most ever):
      4-8 = 0.333 VESHANA (ms7E) 10-5
      4-8 = 0.333 Sherlockiama (ms3E) 7-8
      4-8 = 0.333 Haidouzo (J12E) 7-8
      4-8 = 0.333 mischashimaru (M16W) 10-5
      All divisions present, but only one of these won a kanto-sho.

      Most perfect ever (2006 Natsu):
      2-0 = 1.000 Soumikatai (M17E) 5-10

      Most perfect total 2013 (out of 48 with six active basho):
      1  (8) 20-54 = 0.270 Oshirokita         
      2  (-) 18-55 = 0.247 mischashimaru      
      3  (-) 16-49 = 0.246 Sherlockiama       
      4  (-) 16-53 = 0.232 Zenjimoto          
      5  (-) 17-57 = 0.230 Roundeye           
      6  (-) 16-54 = 0.229 Mariohana          
      7  (-) 18-61 = 0.228 Achiyama           
      8  (-) 15-52 = 0.224 Frinkanohana       
      9  (-) 17-61 = 0.218 Konosato           
      10 (-) 17-61 = 0.218 Yassier            
      Good decision by Oshirokita to not totally retire.


      Least perfect 2013 Kyushu (42nd least ever):
      0-14 = 0.000 Chisaiyama (ms9W) 5-10
      Chisaiyama avoided the Nakabi Zannen-sho at the very last moment.

      Least perfect total 2013 (out of 48 with six active basho):
      1  (-)  4-59 = 0.063 Marushiki         
      2  (-)  7-69 = 0.092 Takanorappa       
      3  (-)  7-62 = 0.101 sekihiryu         
      4  (-)  8-66 = 0.108 ScreechingOwl     
      5  (-)  9-68 = 0.117 Bill              
      6  (-)  9-66 = 0.120 Kintamayama       
      7  (-) 10-64 = 0.135 Wamahada          
      8  (5) 10-63 = 0.137 Chisaiyama        
      9  (-) 10-62 = 0.139 Robocopthat       
      10 (-) 10-60 = 0.143 kuroimori         
      Looks like Chisaiyama really has knack for not scoring perfectly.

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      The following section shows how well (or badly) the rikishi stand up to the trust the BS players put in them.

      The lines indicate:
      Shikona #points_won - #points_lost (net score per pick)

      #points_won = the total amount of BS points one rikishi has scored

      #points_lost = the total amount of BS points one rikishi has failed to score, e.g. if one player put Dejima on 3pts and he lost, these 3pts are added to the #points_lost.

      net score per pick = the average of how many points one rikishi yielded or wasted per pick, e.g. if Dejima scored 2pts for one player and failed to earn 3pts on another day, his 'net score per pick' would be -0.500.

      (note: only the first five slots count as 'pick' - the bench doesn't)


      Most points won:

      2013 Kyushu
      1  (1) Hakuho       4809-520   (+3.117)
      2  (2) Kisenosato   3049-450   (+2.191)
      3  (9) Goeido       1193-1237  (-0.050)
      4  (5) Myogiryu     1037-370   (+1.261)
      5  (-) Chiyotairyu   850-204   (+1.432)
      6  (-) Ikioi         705-248   (+1.137)
      7  (-) Aoiyama       523-114   (+1.555)
      8  (-) Shohozan      338-393   (-0.174)
      9 (10) Gagamaru      284-89    (+1.168)
      10 (-) Takarafuji    279-197   (+0.396)
      Quite a surprise to see Gagamaru here again.

      2013 Total
      1  (1) Hakuho      28264-2241  (+3.315)
      2 (10) Kisenosato  14904-3858  (+1.716)
      3  (6) Goeido       4514-2648  (+0.723)
      4  (9) Myogiryu     4384-2488  (+0.730)
      5  (4) Tochiozan    3602-2164  (+0.618)
      6  (-) Okinoumi     2772-1750  (+0.549)
      7  (2) Baruto       2466-1459  (+0.730)
      8  (-) Aoiyama      2364-1423  (+0.597)
      9  (-) Chiyotairyu  2198-910   (+0.954)
      10 (5) Toyonoshima  2192-2137  (+0.031)
      Apart from Baruto, these look like popular choices for 2014 as well.

      All-time
      1  (1) Hakuho     276096-37484 (+2.734)
      2  (2) Asashoryu  231714-37507 (+2.685)
      3  (3) Baruto      69338-25289 (+1.290)
      4  (4) Kotomitsuki 67044-33142 (+0.929)
      5  (5) Wakanosato  60390-33951 (+0.741)
      6  (6) Kisenosato  59133-25475 (+1.049)
      7  (7) Harumafuji  48116-20555 (+1.111)
      8  (8) Kotooshu    40333-18009 (+1.057)
      9  (9) Musashimaru 38395-8962  (+2.273)
      10(10) Chiyotaikai 36509-14021 (+1.344)
      I predict Kisenosato to move up next basho.


      Most points lost:

      2013 Kyushu
      1 (10) Goeido       1193-1237  (-0.050)
      2  (7) Hakuho       4809-520   (+3.117)
      3  (1) Kisenosato   3049-450   (+2.191)
      4  (-) Shohozan      338-393   (-0.174)
      5  (2) Myogiryu     1037-370   (+1.261)
      6  (-) Osunaarashi   181-313   (-0.592)
      7  (-) Ikioi         705-248   (+1.137)
      8  (-) Tokitenku      47-219   (-1.433)
      9  (-) Chiyotairyu   850-204   (+1.432)
      10 (-) Okinoumi      160-201   (-0.265)
      Goeido's Ozeki run came to a crashing halt.

      2013 Total
      1  (-) Kisenosato  14904-3858  (+1.716)
      2  (8) Goeido       4514-2648  (+0.723)
      3  (4) Myogiryu     4384-2488  (+0.730)
      4  (1) Hakuho      28264-2241  (+3.315)
      5  (6) Tochiozan    3602-2164  (+0.618)
      6  (3) Toyonoshima  2192-2137  (+0.031)
      7  (9) Okinoumi     2772-1750  (+0.549)
      8  (2) Baruto       2466-1459  (+0.730)
      9  (-) Aoiyama      2364-1423  (+0.597)
      10 (-) Jokoryu       968-1075  (-0.119)
      Last year, I wondered if Baruto would ever take the top spot again. Sadly not, but Kisenosato was eager to step in.

      All-time
      1  (1) Asashoryu  231714-37507 (+2.685)
      2  (2) Hakuho     276096-37484 (+2.734)
      3  (3) Wakanosato  60390-33951 (+0.741)
      4  (4) Kotomitsuki 67044-33142 (+0.929)
      5  (6) Kisenosato  59133-25475 (+1.049)
      6  (5) Baruto      69338-25289 (+1.290)
      7  (7) Harumafuji  48116-20555 (+1.111)
      8  (8) Kotooshu    40333-18009 (+1.057)
      9  (9) Miyabiyama  32263-16695 (+0.800)
      10(10) Homasho     22605-15021 (+0.483)
      Kisenosato jumped over Baruto for good while Hakuho is only inches away from Asashoryu now.


      Highest net score per pick:

      2013 Kyushu
      1  (5) Harumafuji    162-12    (+3.333)
      2  (1) Hakuho       4809-520   (+3.117)
      3  (2) Kisenosato   3049-450   (+2.191)
      4  (-) Sadanofuji      2-0     (+2.000)
      5  (-) Aoiyama       523-114   (+1.555)
      6  (4) Kakuryu        53-17    (+1.500)
      7  (-) Toyonoshima    68-19    (+1.441)
      8  (-) Chiyotairyu   850-204   (+1.432)
      9  (-) Myogiryu     1037-370   (+1.261)
      10 (-) Gagamaru      284-89    (+1.168)
      I like Sadanofuji here.

      2013 Total
      1  (1) Hakuho      28264-2241  (+3.315)
      2  (6) Kisenosato  14904-3858  (+1.716)
      3  (2) Harumafuji   1838-794   (+1.472)
      4  (4) Kakuryu       804-333   (+1.214)
      5  (-) Chiyotairyu  2198-910   (+0.954)
      6  (-) Endo          883-401   (+0.873)
      7  (-) Oiwato          8-4     (+0.800)
      8  (-) Takayasu      803-398   (+0.796)
      9  (-) Tochinoshin  1218-645   (+0.767)
      10 (-) Kotoshogiku   339-200   (+0.739)
      Hehe, Oiwato :-))

      All-time
      1  (1) Akebono      2554-314   (+2.864)
      2  (2) Hakuho     276096-37484 (+2.734)
      3  (3) Asashoryu  231714-37507 (+2.685)
      4  (4) Takanohana   7612-1603  (+2.335)
      5  (5) Musashimaru 38395-8962  (+2.273)
      6  (6) Kyokunankai     2-0     (+2.000)
      7  (7) Tochiazuma  34684-12647 (+1.348)
      8  (8) Chiyotaikai 36509-14021 (+1.344)
      9  (9) Kaio        32556-12459 (+1.336)
      10(10) Daishi          6-2     (+1.333)
      The only change is Hakuho's gaining 0.006 pts.


      Lowest net score per pick:

      2013 Kyushu
      1  (-) Tenkaiho        0-2     (-2.000)
      2  (-) Tamaasuka       2-11    (-1.800)
      3 (10) Takayasu       22-102   (-1.455)
      4  (7) Tokitenku      47-219   (-1.433)
      5  (-) Endo           52-133   (-1.000)
      6  (-) Tochinowaka     5-14    (-1.000)
      7  (-) Kotoshogiku    12-21    (-0.818)
      8  (-) Jokoryu        37-79    (-0.808)
      9  (9) Kyokutenho      2-4     (-0.667)
      10 (-) Osunaarashi   181-313   (-0.592)
      The Mongolian veterans are very consistent in this department.

      2013 Total
      1  (-) Miyabiyama      0-32    (-2.133)
      2  (-) Daikiho         4-42    (-1.727)
      3  (-) Homarefuji      6-26    (-1.538)
      4  (-) Chiyootori     12-62    (-1.515)
      5  (-) Asahisho       16-45    (-1.115)
      6  (5) Sagatsukasa     2-6     (-1.000)
      7  (-) Azumaryu       16-34    (-0.783)
      8  (-) Osunaarashi   181-313   (-0.592)
      9  (-) Tokushoryu     51-89    (-0.567)
      10 (7) Tamaasuka      34-54    (-0.488)
      Fifth time in a row for Sagatsukasa (barely), but unfortunately he doesn't seem likely to extend his streak.

      All-time
      1  (1) Tsurugidake     0-16    (-2.286)
      2  (2) Daimanazuru     0-9     (-2.250)
      3  (3) Nionoumi        0-8     (-2.000)
      4  (4) Ryuho           0-4     (-2.000)
      5  (5) Daikiho         4-42    (-1.727)
      6  (6) Kimikaze       15-98    (-1.627)
      7  (7) Homarefuji      6-26    (-1.538)
      8  (8) Chiyootori     12-62    (-1.515)
      9  (9) Yoshiazuma      6-31    (-1.389)
      10(10) Shikishima      8-36    (-1.333)
      No changes.

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      The 'King of the Bench Warmers' shows how often a winning rikishi sat on the bench with an open point-slot still available (perfect days not counted).


      2013 Kyushu
      1  (7) Tamaasuka     87.5%   (7)
      2  (-) Sadanofuji    85.7%  (12)
      3  (-) Tokitenku     83.8% (181)
      4  (2) Tochinowaka   81.3%  (13)
      5  (-) Endo          74.3% (107)
      6  (-) Takayasu      68.4%  (39)
      7  (-) Osunaarashi   68.4% (244)
      8  (-) Jokoryu       66.7%  (46)
      9  (-) Yoshikaze     66.5% (117)
      10(10) Fujiazuma     65.0%  (52)
      Will we see Tochinowaka and Fujiazuma here yet again in January?

      2013 Total
      1  (-) Miyabiyama    90.9%  (30)
      2  (-) Sotairyu      87.5%   (7)
      3  (-) Daikiho       86.7%  (39)
      4  (-) Chiyootori    83.3%  (45)
      5  (-) Asahisho      77.8%  (28)
      6  (6) Tenkaiho      75.0%  (15)
      7  (-) Sokokurai     75.0%   (9)
      8  (-) Sadanofuji    69.5% (107)
      9  (-) Tokushoryu    68.5%  (76)
      10 (-) Osunaarashi   68.4% (244)
      Tenkaiho looks like the perennial cushion. Say goodbye to Miyabiyama! *sniff*

      All-time                     
      1  (1) Ryuho        100.0%   (8)
      2  (2) Kimikaze      89.5%  (85)
      3  (3) Shikishima    88.1%  (37)
      4  (4) Sotairyu      87.5%   (7)
      5  (5) Tsurugidake   87.5%   (7)
      6  (6) Daikiho       86.7%  (39)
      7  (7) Chiyootori    83.3%  (45)
      8  (8) Oikari        81.3%  (61)
      9  (9) Daishi        81.3%  (13)
      10(10) Nionoumi      80.0%   (8)
      No changes again.

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      That's it for 2013, happy new year!

      Jakusotsu
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