Page 2 of 4

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:19 am
by Hachiko
Dive into the record books, guys, is that victory by Last Order over Sora the closest regular-season victory in ISML history?

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:23 am
by RegalStar
Hachiko wrote:Dive into the record books, guys, is that victory by Last Order over Sora the closest regular-season victory in ISML history?
Far from it. I remember at least two 1-VD matches.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:25 am
by Hachiko
RegalStar wrote:
Hachiko wrote:Dive into the record books, guys, is that victory by Last Order over Sora the closest regular-season victory in ISML history?
Far from it. I remember at least two 1-VD matches.
Top five?

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:25 am
by avery-kun
RegalStar wrote:
Hachiko wrote:Dive into the record books, guys, is that victory by Last Order over Sora the closest regular-season victory in ISML history?
Far from it. I remember at least two 1-VD matches.
Image
Makes you wonder what a few more minutes would have done.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:25 am
by Hachiko
NewsShow
ISML 2014: Field set for Aquamarine Necklace Match

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
April 28, 2014

Match Day 7 of the 2014 International Saimoe League Aquamarine Period concluded, and we have our first seven to battle it out for the first major prize of the regular season, the Aquamarine Necklace. The Bedlam's ISML first ISML odds are posted below the results in the Nova and Stella Divisions.

NOVA DIVISION

In the Nova Division, Sanae Dekomori defeated Furano Yukihira 3291-2941, Karuta Roromiya scored the Upset of the Round over Suguha Kirigaya 3473-3018, Shinka Nibutani defeated Yaya 3420-3188, Yoshino hammered Asuna Yuuki 4228-2837, Eru Chitanda prevailed over Kurousagi 3325-3186 and Yui defeated Chocolat 3597-2937.

Origami Tobiichi defeated Charlotte Belew 3383-2806, Kotori Itsuka rolled past Kurumi Tokisaki 3620-3011, Misaki Shokohou defeated Ririchiyo Shirakiin 3251-3016, Rikka Takanashi prevailed over Kuroyukihime 3493-3304, Nanami Aoyama defeated Yukino Yukinoshita 3593-2767 and Momo Velia Deviluke trounced Yukina Himeragi 3338-2629.

Wrapping up Nova play, Tsukiko Tsutsukakugi romped past Mirai Kuriyama 3873-2560, Haqua du Lot Herminium defeated Shiori Shimiya 3183-2523, Tohka Yatogami drubbed Mikan Yuuki 3883-2603, Azusa Azuki annihilated Noumi Kudryavka 3751-2411, Touka Takanashi defeated Laura Bodewig 3492-2825 and Nyarlathotep prevailed over Rin Natsume 3174-2998.


STELLA DIVISION

In the Stella Division, defending champion Ruri Gokou defeated Mashiro Shiina 3719-3312, Azusa Nakano romped past Inori Yuzuriha 3735-3039, Yuki Nagato pounded Nadeko Sengoku 3644-2548, Kirino Kousaka cruised past Erio Touwa 3840-2702, Kurisu Makise won a 3276-3173 barnburner over Yozora Mikazuki and Haruhi Suzumiya slammed Masami Iwasawa 3765-2695.

Saber slashed past Victorique de Blois 3686-2652, Shinobu Oshino defeated Hitagi Senjougahara 3158-2738, Yui Hirasawa roched Hinagiku Katsura 3628-2781, Taiga Aisaka roared past Konjiki no Yami 3934-2743, Mikoto Misaka electrocuted Ayase Aragaki 3708-3420 and Charlotte Dunois whipped past Illyasviel von Einzbern 3574-2746.

Wrapping up Stella play...Last Order won one of the closest matches in ISML history: a 3281-3277 nailbiter over Sora Kasugano. Shana torched Sena Kashiwazaki 3762-2934, Kanade Tachibana sliced and diced Eucliwood Hellscythe 4477-2425, Mio Akiyama boomed past Yuri Nakamura 3446-3212, Meiko Honma won a 3185-3121 thriller over Shouko Kirishima and Yui-nyan rocked Kobato Hasegawa 3436-3243.


Bedlam on Baltic Avenue
ISML 2014 Aquamarine Necklace Odds
As of April 28, 2014

Ruri Gokou EVEN
Rikka Takanashi 2-1
Kotori Itsuka 4-1
Kanade Tachibana 5-1
Yoshino 10-1
Mikoto Misaka 15-1
Kuroyukihime 25-1

Match Day 8 of the 2014 International Saimoe Necklace Period is scheduled for May 1, 2014. Vote for your favorite candidates at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:25 am
by Jiharo
LOveLive! wrote:Kotori-chan gave me a big present!!!!

YES!!!!!!! S***SUNA LOST. GOGO YOSHINO!
ORIGAMI WON!! \o/
MAI WAIFU WON \o/
!! WON \o/ NOW GO TAKE AQUA!!

The only bad thing: Arizuki Shiina lost. People who didn't read KW missed how moe she is >.>

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:27 am
by avery-kun
Hachiko wrote:
Ruri Gokou EVEN
Rikka Takanashi 2-1
Kotori Itsuka 4-1
Kanade Tachibana 5-1
Yoshino 10-1
Mikoto Misaka 15-1
Kuroyukihime 25-1
5-1? Based on what?

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:30 am
by Kiopi
Oh my...Capitalism Ho! just got trounced.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:36 am
by ragna92
Damn! Kurumi lost by 600 votes? That was a shock. And wow Yoshino beat Asuna by a longshot. I think Yoshino might also be stronger than Kurumi.

Glad Shinobu beat Senjougahara but I didn't expect her to win.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:40 am
by kukimunstir
failed to stare at kurumis really really thin strap hahaha

ding ding ding

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:41 am
by hinakatbklyn
I actually thought it was going to be a bad round (personally). Instead.....

Kotori beat Kurumi...... PERFECT!!! :D Actually surprised at how convincing the win was.
Not that I'm expecting Ruri to win the necklace, but she does hold a narrow SDO lead over Kanade with her win over Mashiro.
(Now the most complicated decision for the necklace round. Ruri, Railgun or Kotori? Railgun has Aqua 2011, so that leaves Ruri and Kotori.)


Despite a loss to Tohka, Mikan at least ends the first period in the top 16 which is good

Karuta actually beat Suguha...... Don't know what to say.
Hachiko wrote: Ruri Gokou EVEN
Kanade Tachibana 5-1
Interesting odds. I would really be surprised if Kanade decided to switch necklaces with Ruri this year (Ruri claiming Aqua and Kanade claiming Amethyst). I would be fine with that, but I doubt it.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:43 am
by avery-kun
ragna92 wrote:Damn! Kurumi lost by 600 votes? That was a shock. And wow Yoshino beat Asuna by a longshot. I think Yoshino might also be stronger than Kurumi.

Glad Shinobu beat Senjougahara but I didn't expect her to win.
It is interesting to note that Yoshino now has the second highest VP right now, bested only by Kanade. And the second highest VF.
The girl draws votes, can't argue with that.
hinakatbklyn wrote:I actually thought it was going to be a bad round (personally). Instead.....

Kotori beat Kurumi...... PERFECT!!! :D Actually surprised at how convincing the win was.
Not that I'm expecting Ruri to win the necklace, but she does hold a narrow SDO lead over Kanade with her win over Mashiro.
(Now the most complicated decision for the necklace round. Ruri, Railgun or Kotori? Railgun has Aqua 2011, so that leaves Ruri and Kotori.)


Despite a loss to Tohka, Mikan at least ends the first period in the top 16 which is good

Karuta actually beat Suguha...... Don't know what to say
Too bad Kanade don't care about your SDO lead. Kanade don't care about voter overlap.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:46 am
by Elvinsky
The Good:
- Shinka winning over Yaya.
- Azu-nyan winning over Inori.
- Nyaruko winning over Rin.
- Yoshino winning over Asuna.

The Bad:
- Chocolat losing to Yui.
- Hinagiku losing to Yui Hirasawa.
- Sena losing to Shana.
- Erio losing to Kirino.
- Kud losing to Azusa.

The Ugly:
- Kurumi losing to Kotori. No hailing Kurumi...for now. (A temporary setback.)

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:53 am
by Athalon
Good results:
Origami won, interesting
Bad results:
Hot Kurumi lost T.T (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻, tho expected from Kotori, she might become the second Tenshi LOL, or until Tohka at least
Ding ding ding lost
*snips hair again*

Sigh.....no thin strap trophy for me >///////////> *returns to staring @ thin strap*

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:54 am
by Jiharo
kukimunstir wrote:failed to stare at kurumis really really thin strap hahaha

ding ding ding
Athalon #2 eh. LOL

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:57 am
by Team Rocket Elite
I guess Kanade was just having a short slump a few matches ago. Kanade completely demoilshes Eucliwood. While Eucliwood has been looking a bit weaker lately, it wasn't to the point where Kanade should be aiming for for a doubling. So while I think Kanade probably overporformed here, it's still good news for Kanade and not so great for Eucliwood. Yoshino really goes to town on Asuna. It feels like Asuna has had seem really bad performances lately. I thought she had started to recover after a decent result on Nanami but it doesn't seem to be the case. Mashiro may have been the best in Nova last year, but things aren't so easy in Stella. Being able to hang with Kuroneko does show that Mashiro is one of the strongest characters in the tournament, though. After Ayase's run last year, she's been fairly quiet. She almost manages a big upset over Mikoto. Ayase comes up a bit short, though. It seems like the strongest Date a Live character may be Kotori with her win over Kurumi. Season 2 is still going on so this result can still change by the time the playoffs roll around. Yozora nearly manages a huge upset over Kurisu. She falls short, though. Kuroneko faced both Yozora and Kurisu so this isn't even a SDO related rally. Necklace match is coming up and Kanade is not at a massive SDO disadvantage. Can anyone stop her?

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:59 am
by avery-kun
Team Rocket Elite wrote:I guess Kanade was just having a short slump a few matches ago. Kanade completely demoilshes Eucliwood. While Eucliwood has been looking a bit weaker lately, it wasn't to the point where Kanade should be aiming for for a doubling. So while I think Kanade probably overporformed here, it's still good news for Kanade and not so great for Eucliwood. Yoshino really goes to town on Asuna. It feels like Asuna has had seem really bad performances lately. I thought she had started to recover after a decent result on Nanami but it doesn't seem to be the case. Mashiro may have been the best in Nova last year, but things aren't so easy in Stella. Being able to hang with Kuroneko does show that Mashiro is one of the strongest characters in the tournament, though. After Ayase's run last year, she's been fairly quiet. She almost manages a big upset over Mikoto. Ayase comes up a bit short, though. It seems like the strongest Date a Live character may be Kotori with her win over Kurumi. Season 2 is still going on so this result can still change by the time the playoffs roll around. Yozora nearly manages a huge upset over Kurisu. She falls short, though. Kuroneko faced both Yozora and Kurisu so this isn't even a SDO related rally. Necklace match is coming up and Kanade is not at a massive SDO disadvantage. Can anyone stop her?
Commencing Operation Fallen Angel.

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 5:03 am
by Jiharo
EDIT: Meh

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 5:06 am
by avery-kun
So... What do we do for the next few days? Results come out Friday night, Voting is on Thursday... What do I do until then? Not haunt the forums? Get a life?

Re: RESULTS: 2014 Aquamarine 7

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 5:10 am
by Grish
Karuta and Menma finally get some wins, yay~