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Worlds Best Tennis Fantasy Game, The Tennis Stock Market

pksmith10s
03-20-2007, 12:10 AM
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Every week you pick 5 "UP" players on the mens atp tour that you think will, gain the most points/do the best, in the available tournaments. Then you pick 1 short sell "SS" player, that you think will lose the most ranking points.

Rolling Stock Market Official Rules And Regulations

Entries
After your initial registration, you can submit entries for any week where the contest is active. Those entries must be submitted by 2:59 am EST/EDT on the Monday morning of that week, or by whatever special deadline is designated. Only one entry is allowed per person. Multiple usernames are not allowed, and will be deleted if they are found.

For each week you decide to submit an entry, you will submit a list of six names: the five players from the ATP Top 500 (entry rankings list) you think will gain the most points and the one player from the ATP Top 500 (entry rankings list) you think will lose the most points (your "short sell") during the upcoming week. Remember, you are trying to pick players who you think will gain and lose the most points during the week you're entered, and so you not only want players who are doing well, but who aren't defending many points. (See Stock Market Scoring Explained for a deeper explanation of how scores are calculated.)

If you do not submit an entry for any particular week, you will be considered "inactive" for that week, and will have no picks. Your picks from the previous week do not carry over to succeeding weeks.

You cannot own the same player simultaneously as an "up" pick. (In other words, your up team can't consist of three Andre Agassi picks and two Pete Sampras picks.)

Scoring Scoring is based on ATP Entry System rankings, as reported weekly on the ATP Web Site. Remember, you are trying to pick players who you think will gain and lose the most points during the week you're entered, and so you not only want players who are doing well, but who aren't defending any points. (See Stock Market Scoring Explained for a deeper explanation of how scores are calculated.)

Just like the real ATP tour, there are two different types of results tracked in this tournament; the weekly results and the overall rankings. For the rankings, all STOCKers will be given a ranking based on their 18 best weekly point totals. Point totals will "age" out of a STOCKer's score 52 weeks after they were gained.

If you do not submit an entry for any particular week, you will be considered "inactive" for that week, and will have no picks. Your picks from the previous week do not carry over to succeeding weeks.

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