it’s also a lot about the statistics, and the joy of educated guessing, and the uncertainty of it all, and the victorious post-success feel of solving a puzzle…
… that attracts me to Fantasy Football (I play this click here).
Quizzing was that once, but really, I am not too heavily interested in the esoteric. I am more of a specialist within narrow confines. Puzzles are nice, but the sense of competition is not there, it is a lonely pursuit. I don’t like lonely pursuits. Ditto Crosswords and Sudoku. Online scrabble (click here) comes the closest, but in all honesty, I am not very good at it.
So there, Fantasy Football. After a great first week (70 points), I am stuck with a nightmare… now how will I know that Arsenal will lose, Liverpool will concede and Afonso Alves will be subbed at 59:30 mins?