T Minus One Week
Let it be known that you have exactly one more week to register for the World Series of Rex.
I'm not actually running the tournament, but in the most recent update, about 15 people have signed up for the game.
If this number holds, it means that there will be a 15:1 shot for a 100:1 payoff .... a sixfold increase in the statistically expected return on your investment. Try getting those odds in Vegas. Hell, try getting any odds in Vegas that aren't patently insulting.
Remember, the top two places get paid ... $400 for 1st and $100 for second. An additional $100 will be awarded to the person that busts me out. The entry fee is only $5.
How to Participate in the World Series of Rex
To participate in the tournament there are a couple of things that need to be done, outlined below:
Step 1: You must sign up between October 6th and October 13th:
If you haven't already signed up, click here to sign up.
After signing up, you will receive 3 emails:
The 1st email will be sent out once you click on the “Sign up NOW” button which will contain some general information.
The 2nd email will contain more information regarding registration for the tournament: “Don’t forget to create an account at Bodog via this link, with this password” etc.
The 3rd email will be sent out 48 hours before the actual tournament (October 16, 2010 at 3pm Eastern Daylight Savings Time - New York Time) which will contain a final reminder: “Don’t forget to register for the tournament”.
Step 2: Complete registration of the tournament and $5 buy in between the 15th and the 16th of October (you will receive an email with registration information and a reminder as stated above after sign up for tournament). The tournament is only open to new players.
I'll probably make one more update before the tournament actually begins, but due to the somewhat weird state of online gaming in the USA, the field will be relatively small. Each player will have a statistically advantagous chance of making at least a 20-fold return on their buy-in, even if they suck.
Think about it, for five bucks, you can pretty much play any two cards risk-free. The most you can lose is 5 bones.
So, sign-up, go all in with 7-3 offsuit against my pocket Kings, and watch the flop fall 7-7-3, just like in real life.
For those of you that have always assumed that I was exaggerating about my hideous luck against crappy players, well, now is your chance to see for yourself. You can watch some dillwipe suck out against me, or you can be that dillwipe yourself. It's completely up to you.
Also, if you've ever wanted to call me an asshole to my virtual face, well, you can do that as well.
The possibilities are endless.
Please rest assured that absolutely none of the proceeds from this tournament will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
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