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  • Jakusotsu
    May 26 6:42 AM
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      Jakusotsu presents the usual statistics for the BS Natsu Basho 2014.

      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 team 2014 Natsu (1185th best ever):
      93 wins = 0.620 GONZABUROW (M16E) 8-7 (156 pts)
      Y:   Hakuho       14-1
      O:   Kisenosato   13-2
      S:   Goeido        8-7
      K:   Chiyootori    5-10
      M5:  Ikioi        11-4
      M8:  Myogiryu      8-7
      M9:  Terunofuji    9-6
      M9:  Okinoumi      6-9
      M10: Osunaarashi  10-5
      M10: Tochinowaka   9-6
      Possible Wins: 102
      I'm a bit surprised that this is the best team around - we could have all picked so much better this time!

      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 teams 2014 Natsu (481st worst ever):
      70 wins = 0.467 Fuseigou (J10E) 7-8 (144 pts)
      Y:   Hakuho       14-1
      O:   Kisenosato   13-2
      S:   Goeido        8-7
      K:   Chiyootori    5-10
      M4:  Toyonoshima   4-9-2
      M5:  Shohozan      8-7
      M10: Osunaarashi  10-5
      M11: Chiyomaru     5-10
      M12: Takanoiwa     3-12
      M16: Chiyonokuni   0-2-13
      and
      70 wins = 0.467 Heiyu (ms18E) 3-12 (113 pts)
      Y:   Kakuryu       9-6
      O:   Kotoshogiku   5-10
      S:   Goeido        8-7
      K:   Yoshikaze     6-9
      M7:  Homasho       9-6
      M10: Osunaarashi  10-5
      M12: Jokoryu       9-6
      M14: Tokitenku     7-8
      M16: Arawashi      7-8
      M16: Chiyonokuni   0-2-13
      Worst possible: 45
      Heiyu again earns this "award", and apart from Chiyonokuni, his Maegashira weren't all that bad, but the choice of Y and O cost him.

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


      Worst team while still managing KK:
      71 wins = 0.473 Holleshoryu (J3W) 8-7 (144 pts)
      Hmm, must have been the torikumi maker ;-)

      Best teams ending up MK:
      90 wins = 0.600 nomadwolf (M6E) 7-8 (159 pts)
      90 wins = 0.600 Gibuten (M6W) 6-9 (149 pts)
      90 wins = 0.600 Haidouzo (J14W) 6-9 (147 pts)
      90 wins = 0.600 Hidariashiyama (ms12W) 7-8 (145 pts)
      Only one of them can be accounted for excessive droning.

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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 2014 Natsu (401st best ever):
      171-35 = 0.830 Gaijingai (S2W) 12-3
      No wonder Gaijingai wrapped up the Oyakata Prize - well played, Sir!

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


      Worst line-up 2014 Natsu (242nd worst ever):
      113-77 = 0.595 Heiyu (ms18E) 3-12
      For having worst team + worst lineup, Heiyu's record could have been worse ;-)

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

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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 2014 Natsu (187th most ever):
      5-6 = 0.455 Maguroyama (J2W) 10-5
      5-6 = 0.455 Yamashade (ms4E) 8-7
      Maguroyama got his kantosho while Yamashade was outclassed by rank.

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


      Least perfect 2014 Natsu (42nd least ever):
      0-14 = 0.000 Hidariashiyama (ms12W) 7-8
      Hmm, didn't we read that name before?

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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:

      2014 Natsu
      1  (1) Hakuho       4881-367   (+3.339)
      2  (4) Kisenosato   3098-337   (+2.334)
      3  (3) Goeido       1565-968   (+0.663)
      4  (6) Myogiryu      916-856   (+0.081)
      5  (-) Endo          673-360   (+0.736)
      6  (-) Ikioi         484-52    (+1.937)
      7  (8) Osunaarashi   454-184   (+0.978)
      8  (-) Yoshikaze     380-153   (+1.076)
      9  (-) Homasho       351-153   (+0.921)
      10 (-) Okinoumi      324-577   (-0.689)
      Myogiryu and Okinoumi are here for popularity's sake only.

      All-time
      1  (1) Hakuho     290752-38892 (+2.756)
      2  (2) Asashoryu  231714-37507 (+2.685)
      3  (3) Baruto      69338-25289 (+1.290)
      4  (4) Kotomitsuki 67044-33142 (+0.929)
      5  (5) Kisenosato  65056-27515 (+1.078)
      6  (6) Wakanosato  60390-33951 (+0.741)
      7  (7) Harumafuji  48448-20645 (+1.116)
      8  (8) Kotooshu    40497-18153 (+1.053)
      9  (9) Musashimaru 38395-8962  (+2.273)
      10(10) Chiyotaikai 36509-14021 (+1.344)
      Kisenosato may attack Kotomitsuki next basho.


      Most points lost:

      2014 Natsu
      1  (-) Goeido       1565-968   (+0.663)
      2  (2) Myogiryu      916-856   (+0.081)
      3 (10) Okinoumi      324-577   (-0.689)
      4  (1) Hakuho       4881-367   (+3.339)
      5  (8) Endo          673-360   (+0.736)
      6  (4) Kisenosato   3098-337   (+2.334)
      7  (7) Shohozan      324-293   (+0.116)
      8  (-) Takayasu      111-225   (-0.745)
      9  (-) Chiyootori     85-215   (-1.048)
      10 (-) Osunaarashi   454-184   (+0.978)
      That's some consistency by Myogiryu we don't like to see.

      All-time
      1  (1) Hakuho     290752-38892 (+2.756)
      2  (2) Asashoryu  231714-37507 (+2.685)
      3  (3) Wakanosato  60390-33951 (+0.741)
      4  (4) Kotomitsuki 67044-33142 (+0.929)
      5  (5) Kisenosato  65056-27515 (+1.078)
      6  (6) Baruto      69338-25289 (+1.290)
      7  (7) Harumafuji  48448-20645 (+1.116)
      8  (8) Kotooshu    40497-18153 (+1.053)
      9  (9) Miyabiyama  32263-16695 (+0.800)
      10(10) Homasho     22956-15174 (+0.489)
      Will Homasho ever be able to tackle Miyabiyama? I think not...


      Highest net score per pick:

      2014 Natsu
      1  (1) Hakuho       4881-367   (+3.339)
      2  (8) Kisenosato   3098-337   (+2.334)
      3  (-) Takarafuji      2-0     (+2.000)
      4  (4) Harumafuji    163-49    (+1.966)
      5  (-) Ikioi         484-52    (+1.937)
      6  (-) Aminishiki     10-2     (+1.600)
      7  (2) Kakuryu        66-32    (+1.308)
      8  (-) Kyokushuho     27-8     (+1.188)
      9  (-) Tochiozan      95-39    (+1.167)
      10 (-) Terunofuji    136-46    (+1.111)
      Takarafuji?!? LOL!

      All-time
      1  (1) Akebono      2554-314   (+2.864)
      2  (2) Hakuho     290752-38892 (+2.756)
      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)
      0.009 points gained by Hakuho. Unless he garners some more zensho-yusho, Akebono will remain out of reach, I'm afraid.


      Lowest net score per pick:

      2014 Natsu
      1  (-) Chiyonokuni     0-13    (-2.600)
      2  (-) Chiyotairyu     8-48    (-1.600)
      3  (-) Kyokutenho     15-58    (-1.194)
      4  (-) Chiyomaru      50-140   (-1.084)
      5  (-) Chiyootori     85-215   (-1.048)
      6  (-) Tokitenku      17-41    (-0.960)
      7  (-) Arawashi        6-16    (-0.909)
      8  (8) Toyonoshima    52-118   (-0.892)
      9  (-) Masunoyama      7-16    (-0.818)
      10 (-) Kaisei         19-37    (-0.750)
      Only Toyonoshima remains the same.

      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) Yoshiazuma      6-31    (-1.389)
      9  (9) Shikishima      8-36    (-1.333)
      10(10) Takanoyama     63-177   (-1.027)
      Arawashi made rank 13.

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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).


      2014 Natsu
      1  (-) Masunoyama    88.9%  (32)
      2  (-) Tokitenku     85.7%  (72)
      3  (-) Chiyotairyu   85.7%  (24)
      4  (-) Arawashi      76.2%  (16)
      5  (-) Toyonoshima   76.0%  (76)
      6  (-) Kaisei        75.0%  (36)
      7  (-) Takarafuji    75.0%   (3)
      8  (-) Chiyootori    70.4% (162)
      9  (7) Tamawashi     68.8%  (22)
      10 (-) Chiyomaru     67.5%  (54)
      I guess Masunoyama's first place comes from tokugawa's bench alone ;-)

      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) Oikari        81.3%  (61)
      8  (8) Daishi        81.3%  (13)
      9  (9) Nionoumi      80.0%   (8)
      10(10) Minatofuji    79.2%  (99)
      Arawashi made rank 12.

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      Anyone picking Kotoshogiku or Kakuryu next time?

      Jakusotsu

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