2006 Road to Grey Cup Pool

Contest Details

Overtime Central 2006 Road to Grey Cup Pool

This contest is open to the public.

This contest ended on November 20, 2006.

Current Prize Breakdown

1st — 70.00% (77.00)
2nd — 20.00% (22.00)
3rd — 10.00% (11.00)

Rules

Predict the score for 2006 CFL playoffs and Grey Cup. Per the scoring system below, you will accumulate points based on the accuracy of your predictions vs. actual game scores.

Table A: Scoring Definition
Correctly PredictFantasy Points
Overtime Game20 points
Non-overtime Game3 points
Visiting Team Victory5 points
Home Team Victory3 points
Correct Score (per team)5 points
Score within 1 point (per team)3 points
Score within 3 points (per team)2 points
Score within 7 points (per team)1 point
Reverse Score (both team scores reversed)3 points

Table B: Week Scoring Factors
WeekScoring Factor
Semi-Finalsx 1
Finalsx 2
The Grey Cupx 4

Entries will be ranked in descending order by the total number of points accumulated for the 2006 CFL playoff and Grey Cup game. The object of the contest is to accumulate the most points.

Predictions can be made by clicking the Make Picks link from your draft home page at overtimecentral.ca. If predictions for games are not made, a 21 - 20 regulation time home victory will be submitted. Predictions for each week can be made in advance and changed at any time before the deadline (scheduled game time) for each game. If there are difficulties accessing the website, please submit your picks via e-mail to admin@overtimecentral.ca.

You require a Overtime Central account to play. An e-mail address is required to create an account.

A team name must be submitted with the online entry form. The team name will be used for publishing purposes. Your e-mail address will not be published to other participants. Pool prize winners' names will be published to all participants of the pool.

The entry fee for this contest is $10.00. All entry fees must be paid at entry to be eligible for prizes.

The entry deadline is November 5, 2006 12:00 PM (Noon) CST.

A limit of two (2) entries per account is in effect for this contest.

Prize money will be awarded as follows:
First Place - 70% of take
Second Place - 20% of take
Third Place - 10% of take

Ties will result in the combined prize money being divided equally among the tied participants.

Updates will be provided online and by text e-mail weekly or as time permits. You must sign up online for e-mail updates.

The CFL.ca website final published scores will serve as the official scores.

All disputes will be ruled on by the administrator of the pool, Jon Fedyk, who may be a participant.

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