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World Series of Handicapping-6 Pro Football Contest

By ATS Staff

August 24th, 2017

The World Series of Handicapping NFL Pro Football Contest is right around the corner and registration is now open to the public. WSOH-6 contest players who want to join the contest, now is the time to sign up and get ready to compete for the WSOH-6 Ring from Baron Rings and win the $1000 grand prize!

Last years World Series of Handicapping champion was Ryan Bryon from Akron, Ohio, who finished the contest with a 75-43-1 record for +139.20 units.

WSOH-6 Contest players are asked to make 7 picks each week, sides or totals and they must rank each pick from 1 to 7 units. At the end of the year, the player with the most number of units won, wins the contest. Furthermore, any player who runs the table and goes 7-0 with their picks on any given week, will win $50 in cash.

Players must make their 7 picks each week and cannot skip any week, or else they will be given a 0-7 record and -30.80 units to their total. Every player selection will be displayed for the public to view, every Sunday at 1pm EST.

The WSOH-6 contest is free to enter and play; however, only members will be able to claim a prize. World Series of Handicapping memberships are only $25.

Sign up today here: www.worldseriesofhandicapping.com

Here are the past 5 winners of the World Series of Handicapping:

Past Winners

The winner of the 2012 World Series of Handicapping Contest was Atlanta native, Petro Giannakopoulos. “Petro” record was an amazing 70-45-4 record for +99.10 unitsPetro Giannakopoulos
The winner of the 2013 World Series of Handicapping Contest was John Ulman AKA the “NFL King”, who finished the contest with a 61-51-7 record for +41.60 units.John Ulman AKA The NFL King
The winner of the 2014 World Series of Handicapping Contest was “Nate Jacobson”, who finished the contest with a 74-43-2 record for +129.90 units.WSOH Ring 2
The winner of the 2015 World Series of Handicapping Contest was “Faolchu” – Kevin Dolan, who finished the contest with a 69-45-5 record for +127.10 units.kevindolan
The winner of the 2016 World Series of Handicapping Contest was “RyanBreon” from Akron, Ohio, who finished the contest with a 75-43-1 record for +139.20 units.WSOH Picture