Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
Shahvari will receive $1,000 in prize money for correctly picking 10 consecutive football games against the spread in the 2011 NFL and NCAA college football season. Shahvari actually picked 11 games in a row, with all games occurring on Nov. 5 and 6.
WagerMinds.com is a sports handicapping site where users can prove their handicapping skills by making hypothetical picks. Users’ results are automatically tracked, allowing them to prove their ability as a skilled handicapper.
WagerMinds user shavz77’s winning picks:
1. Kansas State vs. Oklahoma State: Kansas State +20.5
2. Oregon vs. Washington: Oregon -14.5
3. Louisiana Tech vs. Fresno State: Louisiana Tech +3
4. Boise State vs. UNLV: UNLV +42.5
5. Utah State vs. Hawaii: Utah State +3.5
6. Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Texans: Houston Texans -11
7. Atlanta Falcons vs. Indianapolis Colts: Atlanta Falcons -7
8. Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys: Seattle Seahawks +12
9. Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Miami Dolphins +4
10. New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills: New York Jets +1
11. San Francisco 49ers vs. Washington Redskins: San Francisco 49ers -3.5
Shahvari is the first winner, but not the last. There’s still plenty of time for users to test their skill in the 2011 Pick 10 Football contest. It’s completely free to enter.
Read more about Shahvari’s big win and what he plans to do with his $1,000 prize in an interview on the WagerMinds blog.
Sign up for an account by visiting http://www.wagerminds.com.
For full contest details, visit: http://www.wagerminds.com/Contest/2011-Pick-10-Football-Pick-Em-Contest
WagerMinds.com is a free sports handicapping site where users can prove their sports betting skills by making hypothetical picks using real Vegas consensus data. The site tracks statistics for every major sports event and allows user to keep certified records of their picks. WagerMinds serves as a community for sports handicappers, not a gambling site, and does not participate in any touting, betting or transactions of any kind.