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Is there a format to challenge the belt holder for the belt

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Meet the House Robots

Hypno Disc is a 23 year old centre back at aston villa

Chaos 2 is a 20 year old Goalkeeper at Real Madrid

Razor is a 16 year old CM at Lyon

Behemoth is a 26 year old centre back at Werder Breman

Tornado is a 27 year old striker at Rangers

Panic Attack is an 18 year old Striker at TNS

Firestorm is a 28 year old Goalkeeper at AC Milan

Pussycat is a 27 year old ST/MC/AMC at derry city

Now who will you be facing

World Wars - Chaos 2, Behemoth

English Regional Wars - Hypno Disc

Gauntlet - PussyCat

Goal Frenzy - Panic Attack

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Is there a format to challenge the belt holder for the belt

Yeah same as the grudge match, you send me your bid and the person who has the highest bid gets to face him, maximum of one challenge per month, (So October is the next challenge as there were none for september) prize money is shown in the opening post. Winner gets the belt

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Are you going to be putting up screenshots?

not regularly no, winners of tournaments, grudge matches and challenge belt title matches will get Screen Shots, as well as both finalists in the world wars. You will however get very detailed updates on how your player is doing, You will see the level of detail tomorrow

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Just realised i completely forgot to mention something, We are still accepting new vaccancies, this also applies to people who run out of money as they can re-enter this way. New Entries will be asked to choose a club, and from this club they will have to choose a young player to be there robot, once chosen they will face on of the regulars in a wild card warrior challenge. If they win they will be granted entry from the next month and will have £50,000 to spend, if they lose they can repeat the process the next in game month, and the victorious regular will be given an extra £5,000

Also a few of you should be very greatful for squad rotation in the league cup giving you a game

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Money Left (After Refunds)

1. ggrive £55,000

2. sense3 £15,000

3. RoryS08 £35,000

4. joetheref £35,000

5. sloppyderek £0,000

6. Dami £5,000

7. Greenwhitearmy £10,000

8. Almondo £10,000

9) Stonini90 £25,000

10) kcar_92 £25,000

11) Ishu £10,000

12) 5ergio £10,000

13) fergieSAFC £0,000

14) m1234566778 £0,000

15) cookie15 £5,000

16) romanista1994 £25,000

17) hatton90 £0,000

18) Coldkohmew £25,000

19) Adam C £40,000

20) Greasy chip butty £0,000

21) Moonshine £13,000

22) ash261091 £30,000

23) toonbalmy £30,000

24) Fearthainn £30,000

Just finished the world wars heat, it goes down to a judges decision

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Gotta say Jim I love the fact that the house Robots are Robot Wars Legends. Panic attack was my favourite robot to compete

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Gotta say Jim I love the fact that the house Robots are Robot Wars Legends. Panic attack was my favourite robot to compete

Razor was also a tough competitor :p

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Razor was also a tough competitor :p

not when faced with tornado's adjustable weaponry

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Welcome to the September show, coming up for you today we have the rirst heat from the world wars, two heats of the english regional wars as well as a heat of the dreading gauntlet and plenty of action in the first heat of Goal Frenzy, the judges have seen plenty of action this week with a few controversial decisions. One Robot even managed to pick up four MOM awards in a row. Anyhow onto the Show

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World Wars Heat A

Joe Tompkins will be extremely gutted this month, after a good August where he scored 8 goals in five appearances averaging 8.32 for Chelmsford and picking up 3 MOM he was rewarded with a call up to the U19 England Squad for the match on the 5th September, not only that he started the game. This is where the bad luck started; he was injured after just 6 minutes picking up a sprained ankle keeping him out for four weeks meaning he misses every qualifying game. The more bad news is that the injury he has picked up is that the physio seems to have underestimated his injury and he is not expected to be back for between 11days and 3 weeks.

Score 0.00

Chris Hatton took a surprising decision in August retiring from international football, presumably this is to stop the same thing as happened to Joe Tompkins happening to him. Unfortunately despite being included amongst the first team at Carrarese he is yet to make even a substitute appearance.

Score 0.00

Alesi Shotronne took on too much of a challenge starting at Palermo he has yet to break out of the U20 squad and make an appearance for the first team. He has however been given a new contract of £100 per week although it still runs out at the end of the season.

Score 0.00

Chip Butty has done the sensible thing after realising he wasn’t going to get a game at Sheffield United, he has moved on loan for 6months to Wrexham. He started off the month scoring a 7.0 in the 2-1 loss to Crawley, playing in this game to one of our other robots, dami. Before the next game he picked up a virus keeping him out for two weeks meaning he missed the games against Tamworth, Fleetwood and Altringham. On his return he had a terrible last game of the month against Hayes and Yeading scoring a 5.8 in the 1-1 draw. If he wants to progress far he may have to move sides as it must be hard to show your true talents in a relegation scrap in which Wrexham are appearing.

Score 6.40

Armadou Traore-Mcnamee had a terrible start to his oxford career getting injured in his very first friendly against Tamworth, keeping him out for two months. This meant he missed the entire month, although should be back in time for all next month’s games.

Score 0.00

Chaos 2 is the second choice keeper at real Madrid and so despite spending a lot of time on the bench he has yet to make an appearance for the Spanish giants.

Score 0.00

Judges

Well Chip Butty did clearly enough to progress from the heats as champions, as for the rest well the judges have had a hard time deciding on this, at this point it should be pointed out the judges cannot put a house robot through. In second place due to his excellent form in August and the call up to the England u19’s Joe Tompkins. Due to being very unlucky through injury but looking good enough to play for the first team Armadou Traore-Mcnamee is given third. Fourth Place and the final qualifying place for the quarter finals is handed to Chris Hatton as he has at least made the first team squad. Unfortunately that means Alesi Shotronne joins Chaos 2 in dropping out at the heats stage.

1 Chip Butty

2 Joe Tompkins

3 Armadou Traore-Mcnamee

4 Chris Hatton

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English Regional Wars Heat A

Dami is another who took the surprise decision in august to retire from international football. He has however made a great run of games at Wrexham unlike many of the other robots competing. He started off the month scoring a 6.9 in the 2-1 defeat against Crawley. This was followed up with a 6.2 in the loss to Tamworth, a 7.1 in the win against Fleetwood and a 6.5 in the defeat against Altrincham, before finishing up the month with a 6.3 in the draw with Hayes and Yeading.

Score 6.6

Alex Seddon started out the month sitting out the defeat to Aldershot, he was however brought into the side to face Gillingham, he scored a goal in the 14th minute giving chesterfield a 1-1 draw and himself a 1-1 draw. This wasn’t enough to keep him in the side and he was left completely out of the side which lost to Rotherham. He was restored to the side in the defeat against Bradford but had to come off with a knock on the 61st minute, he still scored a 6.8 though. He kept up his run of alternate games by being left out of the 4-0 defeat against Port Vale.

Score 6.95

Maz Armley scored 2 goals to give York a win over barrow and himself a 7.3 rating, he again led the attack against Crawley but unfortunately could not break through as they lost 1-0 and he was given a 6.5. A 6.6 in the defeat to Tamworth and a goal in the win against Fleetwood gave him a 6.9. He ended the month with a disappointing 6.2 against Altrincham.

Score 6.7

1 Alex Seddon

2 Maz Armley

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English Regional Wars Heat B

Marcus Van Der Cook has unfortunately not managed to break out of the u18’s at Coventry, his progress has not been helped by a couple of facial injuries and he is now left hoping that our house robot really messes up in this round

Score 0.00

Chip Butty has done the sensible thing after realising he wasn’t going to get a game at Sheffield United, he has moved on loan for 6months to Wrexham. He started off the month scoring a 7.0 in the 2-1 loss to Crawley, playing in this game to one of our other robots, dami. Before the next game he picked up a virus keeping him out for two weeks meaning he missed the games against Tamworth, Fleetwood and Altringham. On his return he had a terrible last game of the month against Hayes and Yeading scoring a 5.8 in the 1-1 draw. If he wants to progress far he may have to move sides as it must be hard to show your true talents in a relegation scrap in which Wrexham are appearing.

Score 6.40

Hypno Disc has not managed to break out of the reserves at Aston Villa and make an appearance for the first team

Score 0.00

Judges

Not much of a choice here for the judges, they have to go for Marcus Van Der Cook

1) Chip Butty

2) Marcus Van Der Cook

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Gauntlet heat A

Well the random number generator has again been used and the judging criteria is Goals conceded by team when the player is in the side, this will be done on an averaging system to not disadvantage people who play a lot of games.

Adam Alonso has yet to break out of the Barcelona U19’s and so has yet to play for the first team, although he has been putting some good performances in for the youth side.

Score N/A

Sir Killalot missed most of the month due to picking up a calf strain at the end of August keeping him out for three weeks and meaning he missed the qualifying games against Swindon, Yeovil, Tranmere and Exeter, he was however back for the final game of the month against Huddersfield however his manager didn’t want to rush him back and so left him on the subs bench for the entire game.

Score N/A

Alesi Shotronne took on too much of a challenge starting at Palermo he has yet to break out of the U20 squad and make an appearance for the first team. He has however been given a new contract of £100 per week although it still runs out at the end of the season.

Score N/A

George Tugby took on a huge challenge at Everton, however despite being only included in the u18 squad he did make an appearance in the league cup off the bench, unfortunately for him this was in August and he made no appearances in September.

Score N/A

Andreas Stonini has yet to break out of the u20 squad at Napoli making no first team appearances.

Score N/A

The Judges

Well that was a very boring bout, and that made it extremely hard for us to choose someone to go through as we believe none of them deserve it, however we have to choose three so in first place is Sir Killalot as he made a number of first team appearances throughout August. In second place is George Tugby thanks to his substitute appearance in the league cup in August, third place was very hard and ended up being chosen purely on being awarded a new contract, it goes to Alesi Shotronne

1) Sir Killalot

2) George Tugby

3) Alesi Shotronne

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Goal Frenzy Heat A

Dami has made a lot of appearances for Wrexham, however he is yet to break his goal drought scoring 0 goals.

Score 0

Chris Hatton took a surprising decision in August retiring from international football, presumably this is to stop the same thing as happened to Joe Tompkins happening to him. Unfortunately despite being included amongst the first team at Carrarese he is yet to make even a substitute appearance.

Score 0

Chris Owen has had a fantastic time at the start of his career, including receiving 3 full caps for Wales scoring 1 goal in the friendly game against Hong Kong. He started off the month poorly being left out of the squad for the 3-0 win against Altrincham. He received a man of the match award in the 1-1 draw with Hayes and Yeading but didn’t score a goal. Against Darlington he again got a MOM award however this time he also picked up a goal in the 3-3 draw. His third MOM in a row came in the 2-2 draw with Rushden but again he didn’t score, before completing the month claiming MOM and scoring in the 2-1 win over Cambridge. His run of form has seen Newport leading the BSP.

Score 2

Panic Attack got injured at the start of September keeping him out for 11 days meaning he missed the match against Prestatyn. He was back for the draw with Llanelli coming on off the bench for the last 8 minutes, he played the entire of the 2-0 win against Newtown scoring 1 goal despite picking up a knock.

Score 1

1)Chris Owen

2)Panic Attack

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Well that concludes the September show, the deadline for any challenges for the Belt or Grudge matches to make it into the October Show as well as any Wild card challenges is 27th December at 9pm, any received after then will go into the November Show

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Haha...Retirement from International football...

Same. Stupid players! Hopefully the national team managers try to convince us otherwise!

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Through to the next round in World Wars despite being injured :D, was on good form though :(

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won't be till the 27th at the earliest to give people chance to submit any grude matches or challenges for the belt

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just working on the next update, someones going to be very gutted they've moved onloan to a unplayable league for the entire season, remember only 9 hours to submit any grudge matches and or challenges for the challenge belt in the october update. I can confirm this time we will definitely have a challenge belt match

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Yay, Super Chip is top of the World War heat and the Regional War heat!

I'd better win summat as I've spent all my money. All or nothing!

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Yay, Super Chip is top of the World War heat and the Regional War heat!

I'd better win summat as I've spent all my money. All or nothing!

Well you could always reenter with our wild card warrior battle, but that does mean a year of just single battles in the grudge match and challenge belt battles or and this goes for everyone tune in tomorrow for the update to find out how you can all earn yourself some extra cash, its not a huge amount but it could end up being enough to enter yourself into tournaments if your very good, upto £8000 will be available but its highly unlikely anyone could get all the money. Just to let you all know it pays to be quick on the response, so the sooner you respond the more money you can win

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ah whoops, ddin't quite realise I had to think hard about game time, could be a big blow. Maybe Ill just spend low till Adam Alonso hopefully progresses in football

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ah whoops, ddin't quite realise I had to think hard about game time, could be a big blow. Maybe Ill just spend low till Adam Alonso hopefully progresses in football

no one has a contract for next season yet so you may be at a club where you can appear more.

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no one has a contract for next season yet so you may be at a club where you can appear more.

ah i can hope then

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Pundit

Welcome everyone to the October show, we have some great battles coming up for you today, with the second heat of the World wars and the second and third heats in the gauntlet, both of these events will see the draw of the quarter final. Also coming up are a heat of goal crazy and for the first time ever the challenge belt is up for grabs and we will see whether greenwhitearmy was worthy of it. Let battle commence

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The World Wars Heat B

Liam Ferguson has had a tough start to his Hartlepool career and is still with the u18 squad, he has made one start for the first team in a league cup match, unfortunately for him this wasn’t during October. With Hartlepool lying in midtable surely they will take a chance on him soon.

Score 0.00

Sen Siri has made a huge mistake; he wasn’t getting any first team action at Chelsea so he left on loan for the season, unfortunately for him he joined Belgian club Westerloo, which is in a league not being run, unless Chelsea recall him he is out for the season.

Score 0.00

Dead Metal is currently training with Newcastle reserves, he has made one appearance for the first team but that was back at the start of the season in the league cup, and October has been a very dull month for him

Score 0.00

Sam Flynn has not managed to break out of Leeds u18 squad, despite being given a chance as a substitute in there league cup first round defeat to Bury, he has yet to get any more first team action.

Score 0.00

Behemoth is amongst Werder Bremans first team, however his only appearance has been a start in the German cup first round back in August.

Score 0.00

The Judges

Well that was a pathetic round with nobody scoring, with us not being allowed to put a House robot through every player makes it through but we have to work out who was the least pathetic to give first place to. Due to being in the reserve squad Dead Metal has been given first, Sam Flynn second as he is playing in a higher league than Liam Ferguson who is third, while Sen Siri has been given fourth as he seems to have got lost on the way to the studio.

1) Dead Metal

2) Sam Flynn

3) Liam Ferguson

4) Sen Siri

Pundit

Well after a disappointing heat B we look ahead to the rest of the world wars now the heats has ended. Now this should be the one they all want to win, however it doesn’t seem to be this way from their actions. The Draw for the quarter final has been made;

1 Chip Butty vs Sen Siri

2 Joe Tompkins vs Liam Ferguson

3 Armadou Traore-Mcnamee vs Sam Flynn

4 Chris Hatton vs Dead Metal

So who do we believe will make the next round, I think chip butty is a guarantee in the first quarter final, Joe Tompkins should qualify from the second providing he can recover from injury. Armadou Traore-Mcnamee would be my favourite for the third quarter final, the last one is difficult to call but I’ll give it to dead metal. This would leave the semi finals looking as follows,

1) Chip Butty vs Armadou Traore-Mcnamee

2) Joe Tompkins vs Dead Metal

The first one is difficult to call as we haven’t really seen Armadou in action however I’m going to give it to Chip Butty while I believe Joe Tompkins should walk the second semi final. Despite Chip Butty beating Joe Tompkins in the heats I believe that Joe Tompkins will come out on top during the final.

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The Gauntlet Heat B

Well once again time for that random number generator, the result is one, which means for this heat average rating for the month will be used.

Marcus Van Der Cook is still amongst the Coventry u18’s however he was finally given a run out in the final game of the month where he came off the bench in the 66th minute in the home defeat to Millwall, scoring a 6.4.

Score 6.4

GG Donovan has not managed to break out of the u18s at Arsenal, although being tutored by Alumina means they must have hope for him in the future.

Score 0.00

Chris Owen continued his fine run of form picking up two more international caps including a goal against Bulgaria. His form for the month started off slow with him failing to score in the first three games picking up ratings of 7.4, 6.9 and 6.8. After this barren spell though he fully recovered scoring one goal in the 6-3 win over Southport in the league, before getting four goals in the 6-0 win over didcott in the Fa cup fourth qualifying round with a rating of 10.0. He then finished the month failing to score in the 3-3 draw with Wimbledon rating 6.8. Chris has led his side to the top of the league by toping the league scoring charts by five goals, the assists charts by 2, the MOM charts by 6 and the average rating charts by 1.25

Score 7.77

Macemkillah missed the first two matches of the month with an injury however was back in time to face Crawley where he scored a 6.8 in the 3-3 draw. He got a 7.1 in the win against Tamworth before a very disappointing 5.8 in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round defeat to Dartford. In the 3-2 win against Fleetwood he scored a 6.8.

Score 6.63

Ishu finally made his first appearance for the hearts first team in the Scottish cup quarter final against St Mirren scoring a 6.9.

Score 6.9

1) Chris Owen

2) Ishu

3) Macemkillah

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The Gauntlet Heat C

This time the number chosen was 2 this means that the goals scored by player is the judging criteria

Chris Hatton is still amongst the first team at Carrarese but has still yet to make a first team appearance

Score 0

Sen Siri has made a huge mistake; he wasn’t getting any first team action at Chelsea so he left on loan for the season, unfortunately for him he joined Belgian club Westerloo, which is in a league not being run, unless Chelsea recall him he is out for the season.

Score 0

Dead Metal is currently training with Newcastle reserves, he has made one appearance for the first team but that was back at the start of the season in the league cup, and October has been a very dull month for him

Score 0

Sam Flynn has not managed to break out of Leeds u18 squad, despite being given a chance as a substitute in there league cup first round defeat to Bury, he has yet to get any more first team action.

Score 0

Pussycat is currently training with the Derry city reserves but has made five appearances for the first team, though is yet to score a goal.

Score 0

Judges

Well another boring round for us to judge on, in the end we have gone with dead metal, Sam Flynn and Chris Hatton to go through as Sen Siri doesn’t look like he’ll find the studio any time soon

1) Dead Metal

2) Sam Flynn

3)Chris Hatton

Pundit

Well the draw for the quarter finals of the gauntlet has been made

1) Sir Killalot vs Ishu vs Chris Hatton

2) George Tugby vs Mackemkillah vs Dead Metal

3) Alesi Shotronne vs Chris Owen vs Sam Flynn

Now the gauntlet is very difficult to predict as the judging criteria varies every round, however i’ll do my best, In the first quarter final i think Sir Killalot once he has recovered from his injury should start appearing for his club so will probably go through as first with Ishu second, in the second match i think Mackemkillah should win with a tough fight for second, probably dead metal getting that one, while in the third match I think Chris Owen should win easily, with Sam Flynn in second. That would leave the semi final matches as

1) Sir Killalot vs Dead Metal vs Chris Owen

2) Ishu vs Mackemkillah vs Sam Flynn

In these games Chris Owen should easily make it through the First semi with Ishu being my favourite in the second, then Chris Owen should win the final comfortably.

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Goal Crazy Heat B

Joe Tompkins appeared in most of Chelmsford’s games this month but did not score a goal until the fourth game of the month against Cambridge, unfortunately for him in the next game he got an injury which is expected to keep him out for around 3 months, which could end most of his hopes for this season. The good news is though his club is currently sitting in second in the league.

Score 1

Cristiano Fucile has been moved into the sevilla u19s and has made one appearance for the sevilla first team at the end of October as a substitute in the Spanish cup 4th round first leg 4-0 win against Oviedo coming on in the 62nd minute but failing to score.

Score 0

Dead Metal is currently training with Newcastle reserves, he has made one appearance for the first team but that was back at the start of the season in the league cup, and October has been a very dull month for him

Score 0

Armadou Traore-Mcnamee has made his first three appearances for the club this month. In the first game of the month he started the 2-0 defeat to Torquay and then played the 4-1 defeat to Aldershot in the johnstones paint trophy, he then sat out the next three games before coming on as a substitute in the final game of the month against bury which the team lost 4-1.

Score 0

Judges

Well we have to decide who goes through alongside Joe Tompkins, and i believe it is an easy decision to make with Armadou being the only player who made multiple appearances

1) Joe Tompkins

2) Armadou Traore-Mcnamee

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Challenge belt Battle

Dead Metal is the current holder of the challenge belt and has now received his first challenge, Dami won the honour of challenging him, coming first in the bidding wars with a bid of £5,000.

Dead Metal is currently training with Newcastle reserves, he has made one appearance for the first team but that was back at the start of the season in the league cup, and October has been a very dull month for him

Score 0

Dami scored a 6.7 in the win against Darlington before a 5.8 in the 4-0 hammering by Rushden. Following this he was left out of the matches against Cambridge and Forrest Green before making a return for the FA Cup qualifying round against Mansfield where they lost 2-1 but he was rated 6.9, in the final game of the month he came off the bench too late to be given a rating in the win over Kettering.

Score 6.47

Pundit

So we have a new holder of the Challenge belt Dami has won the prize of the challenge belt, £7,500 in cash and a screen shot of himself, who will be brave enough to challenge him for the title to try and win the same prizes.

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Pundit

Well that is the end of the show, i hope you have all enjoyed the fantastic battles, and survived the boring ones now i have given you my opinions on how the battles will go now its your turn. For your chance to win some money all you have to do is predict who will win the tournaments, now i only want you to do this for the tournaments which have reached there quarter finals, so for now that is just the World Wars and the Gauntlet, good luck if the person you predict wins you will receive £1000, if they reach the final you will receive £500, as an added bonus if you were the first person to preduct them to win you will receive £2000. All predictions must be in before the quarter finals start

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Good work Jim.

I should have choosen a higher CA instead of PA. :(

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Here's my predictions: Chip Butty for The World Wars, Chris Owen for The Gauntlet.

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Here's my predictions: Chip Butty for The World Wars, Chris Owen for The Gauntlet.

well done by being the first top predict them to win you have the chance of double money

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sorry just realised the Regional wars ended last time so if you could predict that to that would be great cheers

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Money Left (After October Prize Money)

1. ggrive £55,000

2. sense3 £15,000

3. RoryS08 £35,000

4. joetheref £35,000

5. sloppyderek £0,000

6. Dami £7,500

7. Greenwhitearmy £10,000

8. Almondo £10,000

9) Stonini90 £25,000

10) kcar_92 £25,000

11) Ishu £10,000

12) 5ergio £10,000

13) fergieSAFC £0,000

14) m1234566778 £0,000

15) cookie15 £5,000

16) romanista1994 £25,000

17) hatton90 £0,000

18) Coldkohmew £25,000

19) Adam C £40,000

20) Greasy chip butty £0,000

21) Moonshine £13,000

22) ash261091 £30,000

23) toonbalmy £30,000

24) Fearthainn £30,000

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I think that Chip Butty will win both Regional and World Wars and Sir Killalot to win the Gauntlet.

Great work on this one Jim.

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sorry just realised the Regional wars ended last time so if you could predict that to that would be great cheers

If you mean I should also predict a winner for Regional Wars, Alex Seddon is my pick.

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If you mean I should also predict a winner for Regional Wars, Alex Seddon is my pick.

Yeah well i meant every should

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