|Congrats to Jhorton(Jay Horton) - 2019 Champion|
WillardWolfgang1(William Waldron) leads after Round 4.
They also lead the Projected Standings after Round4.
Mike Mahoney(Mike Mahoney) led after Round 3.
JBL(Josh Ludwig) led the Projected Standings after Round 3.
ROGE(Roger Bjork) is the leader after Round 2.
Krollkid1(Adam Kroll) leads the Projected Standings after Round 2.
Davis W(Davis Weinschenk) and Becker2(Collin Becker) are co-leaders after Round 1.
WheelieMatt4(Matt Gateris) led the Projected Standings after Round 1.
youngg(Gary Young) had, I believe, the first ever perfect day 1.
183 entries this year.
Jack Neuleib is the defending champion.
|Entry fee is $20 this year!|
Payment can wait until the end, but please then be prompt.
The top 8 cash.
1 - 30% ($1098) - Jay Horton (pd)
2 - 20% ($732) - Channing Lennon (pd)
3 - 14% ($512.40) - William Waldron (pd)
4 - 10% ($366) - Shawn Latcham (pd)
5 - 8% ($292.80) - Ken Johnson (pd)
6 - 7% ($256.20) - Bud Stowe (pd)
7 - 6% ($219.60) - Chad Gallivan (pd)
8 - 5% ($183) - Mike Mahoney (pd)
Although total number of entries has declined this year, due to the increased entry fee the bonus for a perfect sheet has gone back to $5,000,000.
NOTE: PayPal and Venmo are best payment methods. Send to:
(PayPal: email@example.com) (Venmo: @budmanscom)
Send using Friends/Family option only.
Please do NOT include any comment with PayPal.
Follow-up with separate email if you need to indicate specifications about the payment.
I also accept most other electronic $ transfer options.
|Enter team you think will win each game. (duh)|
Use web-based entry to make picks.
Pick every game.
You get whichever team wins a play-in game if you pick it.
Type in a unique Identification for each entry, plus full name, location, and email.
I will not print email address.
Enter message in comments section of entry form indicating any special note (such as a new player).
Deadline is 11am CDT Thursday, March 21st.
An email will be sent to you for confirmation.
The scoring is based on seed of the team times the round value for each pick correct. Thus if you pick a lower seed team to win, you will score more if correct. Of course, theoretically, you'll have less chance to win that game. Your call.
Round value times seed number of team.
Round 1 = 1
Round 2 = 3
Round 3 = 6
Round 4 = 10
Round 5 = 16
Round 6 = 26
Ties will be broken by:
1> Picking Champ
2> Highest % picks
If brackets do not play out as initially set up, pool may be ruled null & void.