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World Cup Pick'em Competition
Posted by Allan Sellers on Thursday, Jun. 10th, 2010 at 11:59 PM

Hi guys,

MSWL UNITED is pleased to offer the World Cup Pick'em Competition.  For each first round match (48 games), you can pick a winner or select a draw.  If you are correct you get a tally in that column.  If you are wrong, you get a tally in the Wrong column.  

To win the competition you'll need to make a pick in at least 75% of the matches (36 matches).  You must make your selection BEFORE the game starts for your pick to be used.  The "competition table" will be ordered like this:  1) BEST Correct minus Wrong differential and if tied then 2) MOST Correct answers.

15k for the winner, 10k for 2nd place, 5k for 3rd place.  That's not too much, but adds a little incentive (as if you need any)...and again, its not that much.  So don't start arguing with me about it.  

So in short.  No one has to play, but if you want to give it a try do the following:

1) Post a follow up on THIS FORUM by choosing the winner (or just say Draw if that's your pick) from the list below.

2) Come back on Sunday when I have this automated and it will be easier.

3) Put in your selection BEFORE the FIFA kickoff time (see this link then click on the little clock showing your own time to see when they start).

Again its all for fun and Mad Max is already mad at me because I had to tell him I can't go to his baseball game on Saturday as it conflicts with Estados Unidos y Inglaterra!  This could get me in trouble...

Anyway, please go ahead and reply to this thread with your picks for these Friday/Saturday/Sunday games and I'll add them into the database I'll create.

Al

 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico

1830 GMT Uruguay - France

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria

1830 GMT England - USA 

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana

1830 GMT Germany - Australia

 

Readers Comments

 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico (South Africa winner)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (France winner)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (Draw)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (Argentina AND Maradona gets drug tested....again)

1830 GMT England - USA  (USA Winner, obviously)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (Draw)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (Draw)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (Germany winner)

Allan Sellers on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:04 AM
 

Mexico

(Uraguay vs France) Draw

Korea

Argentina

(England vs USA) draw

Algeria

Ghana

Germany

Dave Dohm on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:05 AM
 

Mexico

France

Greece

Draw (Arg-Nig)

England (though I fear the worst!)

Slovenia

Serbia

Germany

Andy Bate on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:14 AM
 

Friday    .........................DOCTOR DEATHS   .PREDICTED RESULT

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico ............   . South Africa

1830 GMT Uruguay - France  ..........................France

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece  ........... Korea Republic

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria    ......................Argentina

1830 GMT England - USA    ...............................England

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia    ......................... DRAW

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana      ....... ....................  DRAW

1830 GMT Germany - Australia  ........................... GERMANY

Dave Dowson on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:37 AM
 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico ( Draw 1-1)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (France winner 0-1)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (Greece winner 1-3)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (Argentina winner 2-0)

1830 GMT England - USA (what else come on England win 2-1)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (Solvenia win 0-2)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (Ghana 0-1)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (Germany 2-1, although i will be cheering for Australia)

 

Looking forward to this little bit of fun, will our games be run before England -USA or after??

Hey one other thing, i do like a drop of Budweiser in the past few months, but should something more English be drunk in the Compton household on Saturday night?

Simon Compton on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:39 AM
 

Al's been glue sniffing again .....

1830 GMT England - USA  (USA Winner, obviously)

HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa

Dave Dowson on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:39 AM
 

Yes Simon try a Good old Cup of Rosie Lee & pour the Bud down the Bog!

Dave Dowson on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:41 AM
 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico (Mexico winner)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (France winner)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (Draw)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (Argentina)

1830 GMT England - USA  (England)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (Draw)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (Draw)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (Germany)

Phil McIntosh on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 3:05 AM
 

Al...Just to clarify, the winner gets 15k?  If I win, please send a bank check (cheque for our European participants) to my attention immediately.  Thanks.

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico (MEX)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (FRA)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (GRE)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (ARG)

1830 GMT England - USA (ENG)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (SLO)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (SER)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (GER)

Brian Beerman on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 5:58 AM
 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico         MEXICO

1830 GMT Uruguay - France                DRAW

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece     DRAW

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria               NIGERIA

1830 GMT England - USA                      DRAW

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia                  SLOVENIA

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana                      GHANA

1830 GMT Germany - Australia              GERMANY

Mike Mcleod on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 6:41 AM
 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico (Draw)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (Uruguay)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (Greece)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (Argentina)

1830 GMT England - USA  (England)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (Slovenia)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (Serbia)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (Draw)

Rene Wilkens on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 7:59 AM
 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico (S. Africa)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (Draw)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (Korea)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (Argentina)

1830 GMT England - USA (ENGERRRRRRRLLLAAAANNDDD!!!!!)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (Slovenia)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (Serbia)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (Germany)

Dan Fitzgerald on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 12:40 PM
 

@Compo: Budweiser?  What are you drinking that gnat's pee for?  Of course, if you meant Budvar then you are exonerated, since that is excellent stuff.

Andy Bate on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 1:40 PM
 

The thing is Andy, Czech republic arent in the Finals so it against all protocols to drink anything from another country on a football fun night, next week its Algeria night cus cus and some other strange food and some other unknown beer to drink, then Solvenia night well not quite sure what they drink and eat so could go hungry that night?? I will find that stuff you are on about and give it ago.

Simon Compton on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 2:28 PM
 

 

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico    (MEXICO)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France    (DRAW)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece     (GREECE)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria     (ARGENTINA)

1830 GMT England - USA      (DRAW)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia     (DRAW)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana     (SERBIA)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia     (GERMANY)

Rob Peterson on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 2:30 PM
 

Rats. Should have checked earlier and gotten on to get the easy S.A. over Mex pick.  Too late though, as that game is already started.  For others:

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico (too late to get pick in, though I'd take S.A.)

1830 GMT Uruguay - France (draw)

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece (Greece win)

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria (Argentina win)

1830 GMT England - USA  (England win)

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia (draw)

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana (Serbia win)

1830 GMT Germany - Australia (Germany win)

Kevin Martin on Friday, Jun. 11th, 2010 at 4:43 PM
 

Bit late but here we go

Friday

1300 GMT  South Africa - Mexico VOID

1830 GMT Uruguay - France VOID

Saturday

1130 GMT Korea Republic - Greece Greece

1400 GMT Argentina - Nigeria Argentina

1830 GMT England - USA Draw

Sunday

1130 GMT Algeria - Slovenia Algeria

1400 GMT Serbia - Ghana Draw

1830 GMT Germany - Australia Germany

James White on Saturday, Jun. 12th, 2010 at 1:11 PM
 

Kevin should lose points on the SA-MEX result given his showboating over a pick made after the match started and he still got it wrong. 

Phil McIntosh on Sunday, Jun. 13th, 2010 at 4:55 AM
 

One third of the way through and Dr. McLeod is in the lead!  I'm doing PRETTY DARN WELL myself though.  :-)

Allan Sellers on Thursday, Jun. 17th, 2010 at 2:44 AM
 

So, the leader of this competition has...ZERO points?  Another reason soccer doesn't catch on in America.  Even the fantasy leagues are low scoring...

Phil McIntosh on Saturday, Jun. 19th, 2010 at 4:28 AM
 

Funny that C-Ball leads this thing (as of 24 June) and he does not even follow international soccer.  I thought Al coded this league to prevent such travesties. 

Brian Beerman on Thursday, Jun. 24th, 2010 at 6:30 AM
 

I am a quick study.  :)

Mike Cabral on Friday, Jun. 25th, 2010 at 10:03 AM
 

I hear you Dr. Beerman.  I'lll certainly have to check the code further if this C-Ball "anomalous" result continues!  :-)

 

Speaking of which...final day and C-Ball leads...barely over Mr. McLeod.

Allan Sellers on Friday, Jun. 25th, 2010 at 12:46 PM
 

Or it just goes to show how screwed up this competition is this year.  All expected results get thrown out the window as upsets occur all over.  Or did C-Ball "study" as he allegedly got through college: always pick "C" (i.e. pick 'em all as a draw)?

Kevin Martin on Friday, Jun. 25th, 2010 at 10:04 PM
 

 

World Cup Competition Final Results!

Rank Coach Correct Wrong
1. Mike Mcleod 25 18
2. Mike Cabral 23 21
3. Alon Atie 19 17

15k to Mr. McLeod, 10k to Mr. Cabral, and 5k to Mr. Atie. Thanks everyone for playing and congratulations Mike, Mike, and Alon!

Allan Sellers on Sunday, Jun. 27th, 2010 at 2:11 PM
 
 
 
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