1 Share = 1 Game of 4 Tickets
Person A - 2 Shares
Person B - 2 Shares
Person C - 2 Shares
Person D - 1 Share
Person E - 1 Share
The draft we did last year was straight up, all 5 peoples names went into a hat (one name per person, not per share) and a draft order was created. We did a snake draft and just omitted the one share people for the second round. ie: C, D, B, E, A, A, B, C. This gave all persons regardless of shares an equal shot at the best 5 games with the side effect of potentially giving the two single share people a crack at the best two games.
What we are considering this year is that all 5 names go into the hat one name per share and draft the complete order from the hat. The benefit here is letting randomness dictate the full draft order therefore giving the two share people a better shot at the best games.
Which method do you all prefer? Is there a better way?
EDIT: I suppose a third way would be to have persons D and E form an alliance and just flip to see who gets first or second pick between them.
Edited by geoffm33, 06 July 2012 - 07:04 AM.