Commissioner Corner Message Board
I have two more guys but still need two for the 16-team H2H league and four for 13-team roto. Come on, guys. These two leagues will be a lot of fun again this year as they were last season. And you don't need to pay in LeagueSafe until two or three days before the draft so there's plenty of time to look around the league once it is formed in Yahoo before you have to submit your payment. Leaguesafe.com will collect, hold and pay all winners at the end of the season. We will have league constitutions for each league with all the rules clearly stated as we did last season.
The roto game has four large prizes for the top four teams and 36 smaller prizes ranging from $2 to $4 each to the top three in each category. The H2H league has three main prizes for the top three, 180 small prizes for all weekly match winners and divisional winners. The top eight - of 16 teams - make the 3-rds playoffs. By then you could have very well won back most of your entry fee. That, of course, unless you totally drop the ball in the draft. Come check it out. Email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and I will tell you all about it.
Btw.. did I mention I've been working on a prize leagues website with historical league stats and all. Yes, that will be up and running this year as the season unfolds.
For now just email me expressing your interest and provide your name, email and team name you plan to use. Once Yahoo registration opens up in February and I have access to the league I will be sending all the invite to both the league in Yahoo and access to leaguesafe where you will make your league payment in a site with a secured server. You can join leaguesafe now if you want to look around but I can't enter the leagues in LS until Yahoo registration opens.
2010 End of Season October Reports
Roto league report:
H2H league report:
These are just links to last year's final standings. This season I am in the process of building better and much more organized spreadsheet tables online.
Pls ask me for league details (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please leave an email so I can send you the overview with complete league structure (payouts, settings, rules, etc.). It's too long top post it here. Email me or leave me an email where I can contact you.
My email: email@example.com
Several $75 Roto spots waiting for more super fan roto junkies.
- 14 teams - 6x6 - Std 5x5 + OPS & HLD.
- $1,050 Total Money Pot and %100 payouts.
- Yahoo league on LeagueSafe - Money FDIC-Insured.
Reserve now while spots available.
Email me for detailed league overview. Can't post it here because it just won't fit in the thread. Yes, it is that specific.
The $30 H2H and the $50 roto leagues are full. I do have a waiting list for both leagues for interested owners that might want to wait for an opening spot. There's always the possibility someone in the league might decide to leave by draft day. In that case I will go to this waiting list. If you'd like to be placed on either the $30 H2H waiting list or on the $50 roto waiting list please let me know.
The reason I keep bumping this thread announcement is because I decided to start two new money leagues on LeagueSafe.com. I was hoping interested owners read down the thread for updates for if they have any interest in the new leagues.
One of the new leagues is $75 H2H and the other is also $75 but rotisserie. Both will have 14-teams. The $75 H2H only has five spots open right now. There are probably about half of te 14-spots remaining in the $75 roto. Both will hopefully be full in a couple more weeks.
Please email me if you are interested. My Yahoo email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
All leagues are financially on Leaguesafe and played in Yahoo for free. You only have to pay the league entry fee before the deposit deadline on leaguesafe. I keep nothing for being Commish. All leagues will have 100% payouts at the end of the year.
This is going to be fun as it was last year with the $30 H2H and the $50 roto.
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