June 13, 2006

Excel sheet simulating the football World Cup.: With this simulation sheet even the USA could end up as winners. Anyway, you can easily simulate all possible turnouts of the World Cup in football (European style).

posted by jolle to soccer at 01:11 PM - 7 comments

Thanks to whoever deleted that guys post. Betting isn't my bag, but it's at least interesting.

posted by igottheblues at 08:58 PM on June 13, 2006

That's cool..but I'm glad I don't bet on futbol; I would've lost money with Brazil beating Croatia "only" 1-0 and France tying Switzerland 0-0. (I thought Brazil would win 3-0 and France would win 1-0 or 2-0.)

posted by curtangle at 09:11 PM on June 13, 2006

I had France at 2-1 over Switzerland in my prediction league, but nailed the Brazil game at 1-0.

posted by Mr Bismarck at 09:18 PM on June 13, 2006

Hmmm, new user, first post points to a blog that has only one posting - and that is basically a shill for a betting website?

posted by gspm at 07:23 AM on June 14, 2006

France: Will they ever score again in a World Cup Finals?

posted by billsaysthis at 12:30 PM on June 14, 2006

France: probably not...but hey, that's why we watch...to see them do the impossible... SCORE!

posted by chemwizBsquared at 01:11 PM on June 14, 2006

To bet or not to bet ... that is the question. Well, not really. I won't bet on the World Cup at all, but this is a good way to get all of the results in a one-stop shop. I like how this is put together.

posted by Spitztengle at 11:30 PM on June 14, 2006

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