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The Art of Being Commish: Deep Thoughts on Managing a Fantasy Football League
     

The Art of Being Commish: Deep Thoughts on Managing a Fantasy Football League

by Mark Blount
 
For fantasy football enthusiasts and league commissioners both new and experienced, this book offers thoughtful contemplation of all the major features of the game. With an explicit goal of improving the overall experience, the author brings unique perspective to the designs of familiar portions of fantasy football such as trades, free agents, scoring and roster

Overview

For fantasy football enthusiasts and league commissioners both new and experienced, this book offers thoughtful contemplation of all the major features of the game. With an explicit goal of improving the overall experience, the author brings unique perspective to the designs of familiar portions of fantasy football such as trades, free agents, scoring and roster setups including strategies for avoiding common pitfalls. But there are also sections devoted to comparatively overlooked areas such as sportsmanship, strategies for change, cultures of individual leagues and ancillary contests. The author furthermore infuses his distinctive proposals for unconventional designs in fantasy football schemes and rules and explains in detail the various expected benefits. Finally, separate sections are devoted to explaining a revolutionary new concept for blending serpentine and auction drafting as well as a checklist for writing your league's rulebook.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781463771492
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/19/2011
Pages:
164
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)

Meet the Author

Mark "Mel" Blount is a devoted league commissioner, slightly above average trash talker, and accomplished fantasy football gamer. Having given up his dream to play fantasy football professionately, he has no intention of quitting his day job as a pilot with the Air Force Reserves. He lives with his family in Southern California.

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