「Saimoe ‘13」 “Groups D・E・F – Day 2″ ~ Second Round Results


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Winners: Ryuuka, Sakurako, and Sawa.

Group D2-2 Results:

  • 1位 240票 | 43.72% | Ryuuka Shimizudani @ Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side-A
  • 2位 237票 | 43.17% | Komari Kamikita @ Little Busters!
  • 3位 36票 | 6.56% | Hanayo Koizumi @ Love Live!
  • 3位 36票 | 6.56% | Asia Argento @ High School DxD

Group E2-2 Results:

  • 1位 243票 | 45% | Sakurako Oomuro @ Yuru Yuri♪♪
  • 2位 214票 | 39.63% | Sanae Dekomori @ Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
  • 3位 83票 | 15.37% | Kana Ikeda @ Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side-A

Group F2-2 Results:

  • 1位 245票 | 48.04% | Sawa Okita @ TARI TARI
  • 2位 133票 | 26.08% | Mikan Yuuki @ To LOVE-Ru Darkness
  • 3位 132票 | 25.88% | Tsubasa Hanekawa @ Nekomonogatari: Kuro

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Next Matchup(s) | Groups D・E・F, Day 3 – Round 2:

*Group D2-3

  • Yuka Uchida @ 「Minami-ke Tadaima / みなみけ ただいま
  • Kyouko Toshinou @ 「Yuru Yuri♪♪ / ゆるゆり♪♪
  • Tomoka Minato @ 「Ro-Kyu-Bu! / ロウきゅーぶ!
  • *Group E2-3

  • Haruka Amami @ 「The iDOLM@STER
  • Chitose Ikeda @ 「Yuru Yuri♪♪ / ゆるゆり♪♪
  • Yoshino @ 「Date A Live / デート・ア・ライブ
  • *Group F2-3

  • Mikasa Ackerman @ 「Shingeki no Kyojin / 進撃の巨人
  • Mikoto Misaka @ 「Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S / とある科学の超電磁砲S
  • Nodoka Haramura @ 「Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side-A / 咲-Saki- 阿知賀編
  • *my picks: Tomoka, Haruka, Biribiri

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    Schedule:

    • 9/25~9/28 – Second Round (Groups D, E, F)
    • 9/29 – Break
    • 10/01~10/03 – Second Round (Groups G & H)
    • 10/04 – Break
    • 10/05~10/12 – Third Round (Groups A~H)
    • 10/13 – Break
    • 10/14~10/17 – Group Finals (A through H)
    • 10/18 – Break
    • 10/19 – Drawing for Losers Bracket
    • 10/20~10/23 – First Round (Losers Bracket)
    • 10/24 – Break
    • 10/25~10/28 – Second Round (Losers Bracket)
    • 10/29 – Break
    • 10/30~11/02 – Losers Bracket Finals
    • 11/03 – Break
    • 11/04 – Drawing for Final Tournament
    • 11/05 – Break
    • 11/06~11/13 – Round of 16
    • 11/14 – Break
    • 11/15~11/18 – Quarter-Finals
    • 11/19 – Break
    • 11/20~11/21 – Semi-Finals
    • 11/22 – Break
    • 11/23 – Grand Finals

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    Saimoe ’13 Bracket:


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    3 thoughts on “「Saimoe ‘13」 “Groups D・E・F – Day 2″ ~ Second Round Results”

    1. Some crazy results have occurred from yesterday. Ryuuka and Komari were in a duel throughout, obviously as a snipe attempt to eliminate one of the peripheral Saki people, but the sweets lover just fell short to the Senriyama captain. This was an expected close duel., but what was unexpected were the other two results. Sanae got completely tangled up in the later hours of her bout against Sakurako. The Nagamori candidate is the first Yuru-Yuri fighter to advance to round three this year. Also, Sawa edged both her adversaries in probably the largest upset so far. Tsubasa is now already out, despite being Nekomonogatari’s star, and Mikan’s plans for a third round match are foiled again.
      http://i.imgur.com/SarjfPkl.jpg
      This is likely the most anticipated round two fixture outside Block B. Mikasa and Misaka are in a struggle against Nodocchi in Block F’s third quarter. As she is the strongest of the old guard of Saki, Nodoka isn’t going down easily. However, with this match being incredibly close, Mikoto should pull out the victory over the Kiyosumi vice-captain. The D third quarter has become a virtual one-on-one fight between two candidates hoping to get back lost time from last year. With a higher preliminary standing, Kyouko T. should be able to beat Tomoka, but it won’t be an easy duel. Another battle in a torrential downpour commences in the Block E showdown. This is potentially the last stand for team Idolmaster, but their leader should be closer to try upset the heavily-favored Spirit of Ice Yoshino.
      The surviving members of the 104th Trainee Corps will need lots of backing to take down the titans of the Saimoé field this and next year, considering that their show isn’t really a magnet for that demographic. Mikasa as the leader should advance the furthest, potato fiend Sasha had the misfortune of facing an established fighter, and Krista received a boost from the episode featuring her that she was able to win her second-prelim group. The next highest would have been military policewoman Annie had she made it.

    2. Even though common sense dictates I should go for Tomoka In D2, I’m a glutton for punishment & like going for the underdog, so I’m going with Yuka. And Haruka & Nodoka

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