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Nagoya Basho 2004 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M11 Gaijingai (11-4; 106 points)
Juryo Yusho:J2 Hermanosho (12-3; 113 points)
Makushita Yusho:m44 Kiwishiki (13-2; 105 points)
Gino-sho:M1 Yuko (9-6; 109 points)
M9 Ekigozan (10-5; 109 points)
Kanto-sho:M11 Gaijingai (11-4; 106 points)
Shukun-sho:not awarded
by Takanotaki, 2008/7/18

Nagoya Basho 2004 - Gaijingai wins second makuuchi yusho
With a senshuraku victory over Sekiwake Igiski (7-8), M11 Gaijingai (11-4) secured the second makuuchi yusho of his career. He last clinched the title in March 2002.
In juryo, J2 Hermanosho (12-3) won the yusho in a playoff with J5 Banjakubouken. As the tournament's overall scoring leader (113 points), Hermanosho clearly decided the playoff in his favor. In makushita, m44 Kiwishiki finished the tournament as the sole leader (13-2), one win ahead of a group of four wrestlers.
With an overall average of 6.54 points per player and day, the Nagoya Basho 2004 was the third highest scoring tournament in the history of the modern Sumo Game.
by Takanotaki, 2004/7/18

Nagoya Basho 2004 - Day 14
M11 Gaijingai (10-4) is the sole leader of the makuuchi division with one day left in the Nagoya Basho. With a victory over Sekiwake Igiski (7-7) tomorrow, he could secure his career's second makuuchi yusho. Should Gaijingai suffer a kuroboshi on senshuraku, a playoff between up to six players could be the consequence. The players with the best yusho chances in case of a playoff based on their overall scores so far, would be M1 Yuko (103 points so far), Ekigozan (102), Flohru (101) and Gaijingai himself (100).
In juryo, the yusho will be decided in direct bouts between Banjakubouken (11-3) and Shakagatake (10-4), and Hermanosho (11-3) and Nemosima (10-4).
In makushita, Kiwishiki and Misisko (both 12-2), as well as Asafan, Kaiowaka, Titonohana, Inakayama and Yokotanoharry (all 11-3) remain in the yusho race.
by Takanotaki, 2004/7/17

Nagoya Basho 2004 - Kintamayama Ozeki Promotion
Having won 31 of his previous 45 bouts, Kintamayama was promoted to ozeki in the Nagoya Banzuke for the first time in his long Sumo Game career. The new ozeki is one of four wrestlers who have competed in all 23 tournaments since the beginning of the modern Sumo Game in November 2000 (Dilettante, Doitsuyama and Shakagatake are the other three) and was ranked sekiwake seven times.
by Takanotaki, 2004/7/15

 

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