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Moneyball are giving us a free crack at a $500 prize pool this week!

This week’s AFL Friday Freeball contest is an ideal way to dip the old toe in the water if you haven’t tried the format out. You’ll need to select your fantasy team out of the players hitting the field in the Fremantle v Richmond clash.

CLICK HERE AND SEARCH FOR AFL FRIDAY FREEBALL TO HAVE A CRACK

Of course – we have the weekend’s Jock Community contests on as always:

1. Jock Reynolds Full Monty – full round 9 contest ($10 x 100)
2. AFL Saturday Slam $4.5k up for grabs
3. Jock’s Sunday Lazy Lobster ($20 x 50) – Sunday games only

Click here to enter and search for any of the contests above to put your hat in the ring folks.

For those who haven’t yet had a crack:

  • Moneyball contests are short term affairs – contests can be based on one day (ie the Saturday games) or can last a whole round.
  • Contest sizes can range from 2 to contests with 1000’s having a crack at the one contest
  • How much you whack on the table varies from contest to contest. You can start one up with buy ins starting at $2
  • The points scoring system is unique to Moneyball – but looks as if it aligns closer with the AFL Fantasy scoring system.
  • Community – this is strictly for over 18’s – and importantly – if you want to have a crack at this only put down on that table the loose change that you can afford to lose. Have a bit of fun but don’t get carried away.
  • We are an affiliate with Moneyball for season 2015 – that means we get a kick back when you sign up with Moneyball via this site.
  • Click here for full details

Remember – go easy – don’t put up more cash than you can afford – and give us some feedback on the game.

 

Categories: Moneyball

7 Comments

Ben Bretel · 03/06/2015 at 16:04

would give it a try but only 14

    Hugh · 03/06/2015 at 18:40

    And this is why it shouldn’t be promoted here. Responsible or not, there is a mountain of kids on here.

      Youngy · 03/06/2015 at 18:52

      Completely Agree with you, people may not think there are many (under 18s) on this site, because it is mainly the adults that post in the comments, but I wouldn't be surprised if atleast 30% of the viewers are under 18.

      Betting is all over the place and more and more people underage are betting and obtaining gambling problems.

      Bit disappointed that this get's advertised every week, but I understand money needs to be made.

Mike · 03/06/2015 at 19:49

* (sound of crickets chirping)

Greg · 04/06/2015 at 03:16

SC and the like will always be about competing with mates and having a crack at the FREE prize money already up for grabs. It’s is a wholesome game for young and all. Youngsters have a right to play this great game without being groomed unwillingly into the adult world of gambling.

Moneyball is betting within betting, if you want to punt on fantasy footy you can go to the traditional agencies where you will get better odds and can even bet on the real scores if you’re inclined.

Jock has to make coin off advertising understandably. Why not plug SC gold/ herald sun subscriptions? Basically any fantasy affiliates not of the gambling nature would be better for all.

Not having a go at Jock, by all means they do a great all round job but I feel we need to stand up as a community and keep the already saturated sports gambling market away from the universally available and family friendly game of fantasy footy.

BomberSam · 04/06/2015 at 11:38

Turned 18 a couple of weeks ago. Perfect chance for me to get into it!

Don't worry about me, very aware of the problems. I'm a cautious lad.

Holty · 04/06/2015 at 15:34

Gambling sites are promoted everywhere. If it's not gambling, it's porn etc. Seriously, if you are a parent and are concerned about your kids getting onto these sites, put a block on it or take the internet away from them because they will find a link somewhere else. As a parent, it is YOUR responsibility to teach your kids right from wrong, good from bad. Stop pushing the responsibility onto others to do your job.

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