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The K League United Elimination Game - Round 16


And then there were five. The K League United Elimination game enters it's sixteenth round, and our remaining participants are just about hanging on, with all-but-one on just a single life. With hardly any teams remaining to choose from, expect more casualties as we enter the final stages of this competition.

Round 15 Roundup


Welcome to the final five. 

James Edrupt, one of the final players to have all three lives AND last year’s champion when this game was only played with Los Cruzados Verdes, has been knocked out. James played a stunningly good game. He lost his first life by choosing Gwangju back in round 11 who is now in a playoff spot for promotion. His second and third life came when choosing FC Seoul who lost to Incheon and Pohang who lost to the Army. 

It is a sad day for James, but this game will end for all but one of us quite soon it would seem. 



Ferdinand Scheibl lost his second life by choosing Ansan against Suwon FC; it was his first life lost since round 3. 

I also lost my second life by choosing Pohang on the road. I’m in good company as the only player with more than one life is Todd Wilde with two. Todd hasn’t chosen incorrectly since the second round.

Adam Hicks has been doing VERY well having only made one poor choice this whole game; he lost his first life by entering in round 2. 

We haven’t had many head-to-heads in recent rounds. Matt Binns and Ferdinand Scheibl both had differences of opinions, and now Ferdinand will join Matt in the one life club. 

We’re down to five players with six lives between us. 




I’m taking Seongnam.

-Jon Christian

Rules


Same rules as always; choose a team you are yet to select that you think will not lose. If that team is defeated then you lose a life. Make sure to also get your choices in by Friday 3rd August at 19:00 KST otherwise you will also lose a life.

If you cannot remember teams you have selected in the past, please get in touch with either Jon Christian or myself.

Unfortunately, we are no longer accepting new entries for this game. Thank you for your interest in this competition. It will likely return for the start of the 2019 season.

Prizes


The eventual winner of this competition will claim not only the admiration and respect of their peers, but also a K League United kit and a standard match ticket to any club match on Korean soil, home or away, to be used either this season or next.

Fixtures


There are three days of fixtures this weekend. The schedule is as follows:

Saturday 4th August
Incheon United vs Pohang Steelers
FC Seoul vs Jeju United
Sangju Sangmu vs Suwon Samsung Bluewings
Daejeon Citizen vs Gwangju FC
Seongnam FC vs Suwon FC
Bucheon 1995 vs Seoul E-Land

Sunday 5th August
Jeonnam Dragons vs Ulsan Hyundai
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors vs Gyeongnam FC
Gangwon FC vs Daegu FC
FC Anyang vs Ansan Greeners
Asan Mugunghwa vs Busan IPark

Entry Form


With only five competitors remaining, we have emailed the entry form directly to you. If you have not yet received it, get in touch with Matthew Binns or Jon Christian before the deadline of Friday 3rd August, 19:00 KST.

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