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Play the Who Was a Better President Faceoff to Win $5,000!

With 43 men to choose from and a chance to pocket $5,000, deciding who what the best US president could be more fun than a stay in the Lincoln bedroom. Let history be your guide and decide once and for all — who was the Commander in Chiefiest of them all?

We're giving away a gift card worth $200 every day to a randomly selected player. The higher your score, the better your chances are at winning, but you only need to play one game for a chance to win. Still not convinced? At the end of the month, we'll be giving away a cool $5,000! To be eligible to win, all you have to do is Who Was a Better President game (or any other faceoff game on the network). Check out the official rules here.

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RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 7 years
For some reason, someone who served just one year, apparently did better then someone who served 9. Who knew...
Jackie-ww7 Jackie-ww7 7 years
Really man????? Bushento??????? Come on !!!!! No comment man!!! The busher has destroyed all the good things that are in this planet... I really dont know how that guy sleeps at night!!! Frankly!!! Opsssss...I hope this comment appears and i really hope u dont cut me out dears!! Besitos mil!!!
Cassandra57 Cassandra57 7 years
Absolutely, BB, it's more a matter of second-guessing the players. Which is sometimes enlightening and interesting, in itself. Who would have thought that so many people would rank Carter ahead of as many others as they did? I would personally put him about fourth from the bottom.
BeachBarbie BeachBarbie 7 years
Hint: The reason I got as high as I did...I had to pick, who I thought would win...not who I actually thought was the better President.
Cassandra57 Cassandra57 7 years
Yes, this is tough to play because the answers always change. So, Citizen, what does the top scorer get? :innocent:
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 7 years
And for the record I always choose Teddy as the better president unless he's up against Abe. He was just that great!
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 7 years
Fun game! Cracks me up, too. George W. Bush is never the favorite and neither is his dad! And I haven't run into any where Nixon is the better President either. But so far I have not run into the match up of George W against Nixon. I'm thinking the crowd is going to say Nixon was better. :ponder:
CitizenSugar CitizenSugar 7 years
A president's "betterness" is cumulative and based on the opinions of those who've played before you. It's consensus building and fun for the whole family. :) And though yes, Teddy wasn't elected in the first go-round as he did get the job from the Veep slot, Jackson lost in his first time at bat too (in 1824--and I know, it was complicated...) Also interestingly--in the first elections that both Jackson (1828) and Roosevelt (1904) won the office from, they both got 56 percent of the popular vote. So maybe they're not so different? Plus, it's a fun game. Really.
raciccarone raciccarone 7 years
By what criteria are you using? I mean, I lost because I thought Andrew Jackson was a better president than Theodore Roosevelt, yet Jackson did more to shape this nation and even has an entire era named after him? Not to mention he was actually elected president. I think this would be a more fun game if there was some guideline.
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