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Free Fantasy Poker Game at Fantazzle

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Fantazzle Fantasy Sports and Fatty’s Poker have teamed up to bring the poker and fantasy sports communities into one with the WSOP free fantasy poker game. This free fantasy sports game offers some of the largest prizes ever offered for a free game, as the winner receives a $10,000 entry into the 2011 WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas. Second and third place winner will also receive entries into 2011 WSOP events. You could be playing along side the greatest poker players in the world.

Playing the free fantasy poker game is similar to all the other fantasy sports games at Fantazzle. It’s simple! You will select 10 poker players from 10 pre-determined groups. The most important are the Fatty’s Five and Fatty’s All-Stars. Your Fatty players will earn double the fantasy points compared to the other 8 poker pros on your fantasy poker team.

The cash your poker pros earn is the amount of cash you receive for your fantasy points. From Day 1 – Day 4, you earn cash based on if your player survives through the day. For Day 1 you earn $5,000, Day 2 $10,000 and so on. Day 5 starts the “In the Money”. Your player will earn you fantasy cash when they cash out. If they come in 500th place and earn $30,000, you get $30,000 into your fantasy cash account. The further your poker pro advances, the better chance you have at winning the free fantasy poker prize.Be sure to get all the fantasy poker scoring details at Fantazzle before you play.

The WSOP Fantasy Poker Game starts July 5th when the first day of the 13-day WSOP Main Event starts.

Top 5 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers (May. 9th)

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Brett Gardner leads the league in stolen bases

1. Brett Gardner, OF, New York Yankees

One man’s misfortune, is another man’s opportunity. In this case, the young outfielder is making most of the opportunity he has been given with Curtis Granderson on the DL. Gardner, who has been platooning in the OF, is not the Yanks’ everyday center fielder.In 27 games this season, Gardner has a .348 average with 31 hits and 24 runs. Most stunning number is 14.. Gardner is leading the league in stolen bases. No signs at all of Gardner slowing down. Even when Granderson comes back, Gardner will see a huge increase in time in LF with Randy Winn struggling mightily. Gardner is slowly becoming a fan favorite in the Bronx.


Fantasy Baseball Top 5 Position Rankings (May. 5th)

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Rookie Austin Jackson leads the league in hits. Are the Yankees regretting trading this young stud?

Who’s cracking the Top 5 list for our player position rankings this week? I can tell you who is not and that would be the best catcher in the game, Joe Mauer. Mauer is battling a bruised heel which had him sitting on the bench over the weekend. A big injury risk this week at this point. If he is healthy, he is arguably the most important fantasy player for owners. If you’re a gambler, take the chance on him.

Biggest surprise so far this season belongs to Austin Jackson. Leading the league in hits so far. He shows no signs of slowing down.


Fantasy Baseball Picks at Fantazzle (Apr. 29th)

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Our writers have begun trying out fantasy sports games, and specifically fantasy baseball. Below are our picks, so our readers can view them and then try to compete against us.

Think you can make a better team than we can? Go to Fantazzle, create your roster, and then use the Blog Text Tool to copy and paste your roster. Post it to your blog, facebook, or wherever, and the come back here to tell us about it, or comment on our picks!


Fantasy Closer Report (April. 28th)

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Matt Capps has been sensational this season for the Nats.

By: Zac Fluewelling

Grade: A

Matt Capps (Nationals): 3-for-3 in save opportunities, Capps has been the best closer in the game! Possibly the biggest steal in all drafts, Capps added 9 strikeouts while not allowing a run. I am not sure if you should sell high at this point or keep the stud on your team: I’ll let you be the judge.

Matt Lindstrom (Astros): Lindstrom is finally getting some props, the almost forgotten Astro closer of the first week was a perfect 3-for-3 in save chances. Lindstrom gave up three hits and one walk while striking out two.

Francisco Rodriguez (Mets): K-Rod is finally making an impact this year. With almost a perfect week, Rodriguez struck out 5 while going perfect on all three save chances. He gave up just one hit in three appearances.