A Duck for All Seasons: Tournament of Shame 2, The Slowening

Due to the amazing success of Tournament of Shame 1: The Kiefering recently (I really appreciate the live coverage that ESPN 8 gave the event), I decided to sneak in one more Tournament of Shame before football season. Why? Why not?

Last TOS was a thrilling affair, with rcoach winning the event. My own brother, rubble44, finished at the bottom, and since Kiefer Sutherland’s album came out late last week, I am POSITIVE that we will be getting his video review of the event any day now. Any time. Seriously. Coming very soon. Right around the corner.

(He’s hating me right now. The “I HAVE CHILDREN” card will be played any moment now. Trust me, I get it, but shaming is shaming)

For those of you who don’t know about the TOS (and have you been…well), it’s very simple. It’s a normal 40-entry tournament on FanDuel, with one exception: last place must perform a shame decided before the event. This time? Last place will be watching two hours of this on Netflix and do a running diary for RotoGrinders. Supposedly, this show got amazing ratings in Denmark. Seriously. They’re kinda freaky there. I do hear, however, that people who watch this show become slowly (SLOWLY) transfixed by it, so maybe it will be good for you. Seriously. Maybe you need to slow down a bit and appreciate new things. At least I’m not making you watch the entire thing, but if you choose to do so, more power to you.

Try something different. Take a chance. I have been told that people who enter this tournament become more focused on this than their big-money tournaments, and for that, you should be intrigued. At least it’s not like riding the snake.

Later note: might be good to have the link for the tournament. So there you go.

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  • Shawn Hugus (@duckiesuccumbs) has never written an e-mail in Comic Sans font. Also, he is a DFBC Finalist and a co-host of Night Sweats on GrindersLive. He also wears the nicest sportcoats when he’s at DFS events.

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