User Ganesh wins our US Open Fantasy Pool

User Ganesh ran away with CoinRoster’s golf fantasy contest on Sunday without even having eventual winner Gary Woodland on their roster. Sleeper pick Alex Prugh was the difference maker, who only cost $98 at the draft, but who finished -2. Users can view the final leaderboard here or by navigating to the fantasy golf category, then choosing the “settled” tab. Congrats to user Ganesh for winning 11x for 0.0114 BTC.

RBC Canadian Open Fantasy Golf

This week is the Canadian Open, and some of the world’s best golfers are in the great white north. Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Rory McIlroy are the favorites. CoinRoster fantasy golf drafting prices are top loaded on the best players, so the strategy to win might be focused on who can draft a cheap player who might contend.

Click here to view our fantasy contests this week.

The First Look: RBC Canadian Open

The RBC Canadian Open embraces a new early summer date while returning to a classic course, and Dustin Johnson returns to defend the title he won by three strokes last year. FedExCup leader Matt Kuchar and second-ranked Brooks Koepka will both be seeking their third wins of the season.

Fantasy Golf is Back

After missing the PGA Championship, CoinRoster fantasy golf is back for the Charles Schwab Challenge. Some big names in the field this week including Justin Rose, DeChambeau, Rahm, and Rickie Fowler.

The First Look: Charles Schwab Challenge

Reigning FedExCup champion Justin Rose defends a title that came rather unexpectedly last year as the PGA TOUR returns to Texas to finish up this year’s “DFW Double” with its 74th arrival at esteemed Colonial Country Club. Current FedExCup No.2 Xander Schauffele and Open Championship titleholder …

RBC Heritage Preview

FedExCup leader Matt Kuchar is joined by recent World Golf Championships winners Dustin Johnson and Kevin Kisner – both South Carolina natives – as the PGA TOUR transfers from Augusta National to unwind on Hilton Head Island.

Jordan Spieth, who in 2015 was the last Masters winner to tee it up at Harbour Town, returns for the first time since placing 11th that year. Bryson DeChambeau and British Open titleholder Francesco Molinari add to a strong marquee to challenge Satoshi Kodaira’s title defense in the week after the Masters.

The First Look: RBC Heritage

FedExCup leader Matt Kuchar is joined by recent World Golf Championships winners Dustin Johnson and Kevin Kisner – both South Carolina natives – as the PGA TOUR transfers from Augusta National to unwind on Hilton Head Island. Jordan Spieth, who in 2015 was the last Masters winner to tee it up at …

The Masters 2019

This week is the Masters and Tiger Woods has a realistic chance of winning. Although not the favorite, Tiger Woods has odds of around 16 at most books. Check out our fantasy tournaments this week by clicking here.

Masters 2019: Jordan Spieth’s Masters odds drop, but not because of his play – Golf Digest

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Like most of his maligned season, Jordan Spieth’s week at the Valero Texas Open was a bit of a mixed bag. There were signs of promise, with back-to-back 68s leaving the three-time major winner just a shot out of the lead heading into the weekend, and there was a five-under 31 on Saturday’s back nine.

Masters rankings: From potential winners to just happy to be here

9:57 AM ET Mark SchlabachESPN Senior Writer Close Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia AUGUSTA, Ga. — What is required to win a green jacket as the Masters Tournament champion?

Benefits of Posting Your Own Odds

One of the unique features of CoinRoster is users can post their own odds for other users to bet on (you become the house). Its a way for users to build their own bankroll as the house instead of taking the odds bookmakers provide. CoinRoster does not take a fee from users who post fixed odds bets. We offer this feature because we hope it will encourage more users to make a deposit to our site and provide more liquidity and make more bets available to our users.

To create your own odds, the first thing you’ll need to decide is what kind of data will be used to settle your bet. CoinRoster can automatically settle bets from the data we use for our fantasy pools. You can check which fantasy data we have available by going to a fantasy contest of the sport you’re examining and reviewing the data we use in that fantasy contest.

Below is a summary for your reference:

Hockey: goals, assists, plus-minus, shots on goal, and blocked shots

Basketball: points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, turnovers, field goals made, field goals attempted, 3-pointers made

Golf: eagles, birdies, pars, bogeys, doubles or worse

Baseball: RBIs, hits, runs, strikeouts, walks

Bitcoins: any price

So if you’d like to create a bet on whether a certain player will hit a number of 3-pointers in a night, you can use the PROP category of the CREATE CONTEST form and make an over/under bet on the number of 3-pointers. If you’re posting a bet on where the price of bitcoin will be in a period of time, you can do this with the CREATE CONTEST form as well, just create a PROP bet with Bitcoin as the category and use the form to fill in your details. Using the PROP bet category of the CREATE CONTEST form will allow us to settle the bet automatically on your behalf using the data we already have in our system.

But let’s say you want to post a bet on whether a certain team will win tonight’s game? We don’t have this data, but you can still post this bet. Use the CREATE CONTEST form and choose MISC as the Contest Type. The MISC category is the free form category where users are free to post any bet they can dream up. The contest still needs to be approved by an Admin before it goes live on the site, but we encourage users to get creative. Feel free to post bets on politics, sports, financial topics, and current events.

When posting a bet in the MISC category, you also have the option on whether to settle the bet yourself or whether to leave settlement up to the crowd. In certain situations, you might want to settle your own bets, if the outcome is only known to you (say a bet on a private event), but otherwise, you can leave settlement up to the votes of CoinRoster users. Crowd settled bets become available for a voting round once the betting registration has concluded. After the betting registration deadline is reached, users vote with Roster Coins which are earned by users who have affiliates on the outcome that occured. After the voting round of a crowd settled contest concludes, the outcome with the most money votes becomes the settlement outcome used to settle the betting proposition. It might sound like you could game this settlement system, but keep in mind that admins can override any outcome and any voting round that receives votes on more than a single outcome must be approved by an admin. We’ve never had a failure of our crowd settled system, and we invite users to try and break it.

In order to post your own bets on CoinRoster, you must make a deposit. Good luck.