Following a tough first week, Hall has once again struggled in round two.
The former Sydney star full forward and premiership captain was beaten by the majority of players in most of games on the weekend.
His finishing position in the free game was a measly 2802nd with everyone above him taking home $3.57.
Barry’s worst position in a paid game was 1316th when Geelong beat North Melbourne. Meanwhile, his best position in a paid game was 275th, which was in the Demons’ narrow win over cellar dwellers Carlton at the M.C.G on Sunday afternoon.
Geelong’s match this week against Melbourne and the Roos’ clash with GWS could be good options to earn some cash with Hall clearly not well versed when it comes to those teams.
Week three is once again free for the first game of the round (Sydney v Collingwood) and a small fee to enter the other eight games.
As per the first two weeks, all you have to do to enter is pick six players in Friday’s Swans vs Magpies game and if your six players outscore Hall’s six players, then you share in a $10,000 prize pool. And remember the scoring system is the same as AFL Fantasy.
For the opening game of the round, Hall has picked Tom Phillips (Collingwood), Jeremy Howe (Collingwood), Lance Franklin (Sydney), Sam Naismith (Sydney), Josh Kennedy (Sydney) and George Hewett (Sydney).
You would think Hall may know a few things and have some inside knowledge of the Swans, however, previous weeks suggest perhaps not.
This week you have another chance to earn some cash and share in the $10,000 prize pool.
Due to state regulations, residents of NSW and SA are ineligible to enter free $10,000 Beat Barry contests.
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