Saturday, June 14, 2008

Don't Mess with Texas

If the Big Buck Hunter Pro - National Tournament is any indication, there are some serious Big Buck players down in the lone star state. In the last 5 National Tournaments (Jan 2008 - May 2008) two-thirds have been won by someone from Texas.

In fact if you look at the top five places in the the same tournaments, Texan players took in over 68% of the cash prizes. The next closest state was perennial powerhouse Minnesota with only 21% of the prizes from the top five spots.

Texas is unmistakably the current hot-spot for Big Buck mastery. In fact, not only are the Texan players owning the national tournament scores, they will go to great lengths to play the national tournament. A recent article at reports that some Texan players drove over 400 miles roundtrip just to play in the national tournament. Ten-gallon hats off to you.

However, there may be a change in the air. Perhaps a stirring from the great white north of Minnesota. According to the latest leaderboard of the current national tournament (Caribounga) the top 3 spots belong to Minnesotans. Who knows how it will end up.

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