We’ve been putting every ounce of our creativity into finding a new competition for this week. That didn’t go especially well, so we’re doing what we always do – stealing an idea from a BBC show and presenting it as our own. So, without further ado, allow me to introduce our ‘Look at the pictures and identify the person in said picture’ game and it’s great because (a) it doesn’t infringe copyright and (b) it should reward people who know their sport and don’t just go straight to Wikipedia.
Simply identify as many of the 12 people in the mass of images below as you can:
Because the information is sensitive and you don’t want to be helping out a rival, we WILL NOT BE USING THE COMMENTS SECTION FOR RECEIPT OF ANSWERS. Instead, send your answers to email@example.com with the subject line “I know the answers to your legally different game”. Feel free to use the comments section to distribute red herrings and wild geese aplenty or engage in some ill-founded bragging, but anything entered in the comments section WILL NOT COUNT as an entry into the competition.
The winner will be whoever gets the most correct answers. If a few people get the same number of correct answers, the winner will be drawn at random. If there are two people tied on the same number of correct answers, we can explore possibility of splitting the eventual prize, but we’ll cross that bridge if and when we come to it.
This bit is important:
Although you are allowed more than one guess, please note that only your most recent guess will be counted. So if you have a guess today and get 9 right and then have a rethink, make some changes and guess again on – let’s say – Saturday only to get 8 right, then it’s the 8 that will count. Sorry, it’s tough, but otherwise we could potentially have an infinite amount of combinations of answers.
The prize will start off as a €/£50 Free Bet, but if you want to increase that, simply pimp it around the various social networks. For every retweet of this tweet or share on Facebook, Google+ or LinkedIn, we’ll add €/£1 to the size of the free bet, which should increase it’s size substantially.
Good luck and I’ll be available for competition related queries (not clues) on this blog or via Twitter @AidanWaffles_PP
Get your answers in before midnight on Sunday 25th September.
– Paddy Power decision is final in the event there’s some loophole I haven’t thought of.
– Maximum prize is a €/£150 Free Bet.
– Entrants must be over the age of 18, have a paddypower.com account and remember two Question of Sport captains who aren’t Matt ‘cheeky geezer’ Dawson and Phil ‘cheekier geezer’ Tufnell.