I did a form of this last year for the 2006 Main Event and am going to do a WSOP pool for the 2007 World Series of Poker.
You pick 5 *Pros* they dont have to technically be Pros but most pros play a lot of the WSOP events, you can pick anyone you want. Everytime one of your pros hits a Final Table, they gain you a point. If they win, you get 2 points. If they final table the $50K horse event, you get 2 points, if they win it you get 3 points. If your pro gets top 100 in the main event, you get 1 point. If your pro final tables the Main Event you get 2 points. If they win the Main event you get 5 points.
After all of the WSOP events end the players with the highest amount of points, 2nd highest and 3rd highest will split the pool. If pool is under $120 payout structure will be: 55% Winner 25% 2ND Place 20% 3RD Place
If Pool is over $120 Payout Structure will as follows: 50% winner 25% 2ND Place 15% 3RD Place 1 10% 4TH Place
If you would like to participate you must send $5 to Mischman(gainesville) on Pokerstars. You can then either MSN, PM(on forum) or e-mail me your pros. I will use this Blog to update everything. Mischman MMischman@hotmail.com
I know sticker. He can act up all he wants, he likes attention. I could care less if people read it here or clicked a button and read the thing. All that matters is that it is read. Which he helped cause some people are to lazy to click the link
The thing, it would torment him more if i thoguht he was doing something nice and liked my blog then having people read it. Although, you jsut ruined that.
I'll send you $5 and list later tonight, when I get home.
And a suggestion, if you want to take it, Full Tilt is running a Fantasy WSOP League thing, free of charge, where you can set up your own private leagues and play off of there with their system. I just checked it out briefly and it seems like a very nice system and allows you to pick about 15 or so people, and they have their own points system (so you don't have to do the points counting up on your own misch). Just take a look at it, and see if its something you would want to use instead of your current system.