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The K League United Elimination Game - Round 17

The K League United Elimination Game - Round 17

From forty-three initial participants to three remaining with just a single life each, The K League United Elimination Game looks as if it is entering injury time as our competitors search for that last minute winner. With few teams left to choose from, can they navigate a safe passage through to the next round or possibly competition glory?

Round Sixteen Roundup

This game had 43 people competing for the grandest prize for fans of the K League, the right to be the champion of an internet elimination game. After 16 rounds, we have our top three. 

Ferdinand Scheibl had played a marvelous game. He chose incorrectly in round three, but had back to back losses in rounds 15 and 16. His final life was given as Jeonbuk lost in the closing minutes at home against number 2 Gyeongnam FC. Jeonbuk may still lift a trophy; Ferdinand will not. 

Also saying goodbye in round 16 is Matthew Binns, associate editor for K League United. Matt’s losses came by choosing Ulsan, Suwon, and Gangwon. Suwon and Ulsan are currently in a Champions League qualifying spot. Until this round, Gangwon were in the top six. Unlucky breaks. 



The three remaining players are Todd Wilde. Todd lost his second life this weekend. He had a streak of 13 rounds in a row without choosing poorly. 

Adam Hicks joined the game in round two and has only chosen poorly once since back in round 11. Adam has one life and a big heart. 

Jon Christian also has one life. I don’t like talking about myself in the third-person. 



I’m taking Gyeongnam. 

- Jon Christian

Rules


You three should know these by now. 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 10th 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 11th August
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors vs Gangwon FC
Jeju United vs Pohang Steelers
Daegu FC vs Incheon United
FC Anyang vs Daejeon Citizen
Seoul E-Land vs Busan IPark

Sunday 12th August
Ulsan Hyundai vs Suwon Samsung Bluewings
Gyeongnam FC vs Jeonnam Dragons
Sangju Sangmu vs FC Seoul
Ansan Greeners vs Seongnam FC

Monday 13th August
Suwon FC vs Bucheon 1995
Gwangju FC vs Asan Mugunghwa

Entry Form


With only three 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 10th August, 19:00 KST.

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