Congratulations to our User Lucasso for having the only perfect score when predicting the 2021 Directors Guild Awards winners on Saturday. He is just ahead of Luca and Davidpres at 85.71% and has a great score of 6,580 by using his 500 point bets wisely.
Almost 1,800 people worldwide predicted these DGA champs announced on a virtual ceremony from Los Angeles. Top film winners were “Nomadland,” “Sound of Metal” and “The Truffle Hunters.” Among the TV champs were “Homeland,” “The Flight Attendant” and “The Queen’s Gambit.”
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For our 10 Gold Derby Editors predicting, we have a five-way tie for first place at 71.43% for Riley Chow, Joyce Eng, Zach Laws, Daniel Montgomery and myself. Up next at 57.14% are Marcus Dixon, Christopher Rosen and Paul Sheehan. Rob Licuria is at 42.86% and then Tom O’Neil at 14.29%. See Editors’ scores.
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