RE: Backing into the (Oklahoma) Money

by , Aug 20, 2007 | 12:33 am

Chuck the Accountant in Fort Worth sends along the numerical details of his proposed sliding backing scale for this weekend’s $1 million (guaranteed?) Red River Round-up at WinStar. Whaddya think? Which option — if any — would make the most sense if you were the backer, or the player?

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I see a slight problem in that these numbers don’t take into account the extra $100 entry fee. And how different will they look if the field doesn’t exceed, say, 700? Also curious how the sliding scale would be affected if there were multiple backers for smaller pieces of the Good Chuck pie.


4 Comments to “RE: Backing into the (Oklahoma) Money”

  1. DanM

    So Chuck, apparently no one cares. I’m still good to back you for $100 … and would happily take 8 percent for that investment.

  2. Ed

    I care and I hope he does well. If I had $500 I would back him in an instant. Think I have like $200 in my bankroll at this point in time. 🙂 NOW if I could get some money out of bodog quickly then we could talk for reals.

  3. DanM

    Ed, what happened to that $1k you had built up on Bodog?

  4. Ed

    it is still there. like i said..if I could get it quickly. takes about a month if not longer to get money from them so i have not even tried. kinda slacked up on how much i was playing. it started to stress me out a bit.