This week marks the end of the season for the WPBA, which means this is your last chance to enter PoolDawg’s free pick’em game. As always the rules are the same and prizes are to be had.
For those who haven’t played before, here’s how it works
- Choose your favorite 8 WPBA players
- Points are awarded based on the finish of your picks
- Top 5 pickers win gift certificates from PoolDawg
Top prize is a $100 gift certificate, just in time for the holidays. It just takes a couple of minutes, so give it a shot!
Also, don’t forget that we’ll be presenting the free live stream of matches through the quarterfinals, so stop by and check out some world class live pool and be sure to root our buddy Sarah Rousey on!
If you haven’t set your players yet or you haven’t registered, now’s the time. Make sure your picks are in by midnight tonight, because after that you’re out of luck until the US Open. Just click the link below, fill out the form and you’re good to go. No purchase necessary, just PoolDawg looking to give away some free dough.
Also, don’t forget that we have live streaming of the non-televised matches starting Thursday morning. All you need to do is click the link below on Thursday and you’ll be able to watch hours and hours of WPBA women’s pool for free courtesy of the WPBA and your friendly neighborhood PoolDawg.
The WPBA kicks off the 2009 season this morning in Alpine, CA with the San Diego Classic. Early round matches will be available on a free live stream courtesy of AZ Billiards, the WPBA and of course your pals over at PoolDawg.
Today’s featured matches are as follows:
Belinda Calhoun vs. My-Hanh Lac (10 AM)
Tiffany Nelson vs. Kyoko Sone (11:30 AM)
Ewa Laurance vs. Jennifer Barretta (1 PM)
Monica Webb vs. Rachael Abbink (2:30 PM)
Allison Fisher vs. Brittany Bryant (6 PM)
Just click the “Play” button below or visit http://www.azbilliards.com/azbtv to watch the matches. If you haven’t had a chance to check out live WPBA action, I really encourage you to give it a shot. You get all the action streamed live to your computer plus you can chat with all the other fans and spectators without having to worry about distracting the players on the table.