Congratulations to our User GvrnGle for an excellent score of 73.33% when predicting the 2020 Grammy Awards nominees on Wednesday. He is tied with ginnala at that score but has a a better point score total of 26,675 by using the 500 super bets wisely.
Over 2,600 people worldwide predicted these Grammys nominations in the top four categories. Our top scorer got 22 out of the 32 slots correct. That included some tough ones like Lil Nas X (Album of the Year), Ariana Grande (Record of the Year), Khalid (Record of the Year), H.E.R. (Song of the Year) and Yola (New Artist).
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For our six Editors predicting, Tom O’Neil and Paul Sheehan are out front with 60.00% accuracy. There is then a three-way tie at 56.67% for Marcus Dixon, Rob Licuria and Daniel Montgomery. I am in the lost spot with 53.33%. See Editors’ scores.
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