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More than 800 iron-stomached contestants have signed up to compete for the cash reward, bragging rights and maybe some heartburn. Care to join them?

Could you use an extra $3,300? You may want to try your hand — and test your stomach — with Wayback Burgers’ ninth annual Triple Triple Challenge.

The eating competition, which takes place on Sept. 18, rewards the winner of the challenge – crowned the “Triple Triple ‘Chompion'” — with $3,300.

So, what do you have to do (or eat) to win? Wayback Burgers explains:

All you have to do is eat the Triple Triple Burger, 9 patties of beefy goodness topped with 9 slices of gooey cheese, lettuce and tomato, in the shortest amount of time nationwide.

Nine burgers? Good luck. That sounds like instant heartburn.

But it’s an eating feat that’s been done before. CNBC reports that  last year’s winner and defending ‘chompion,’ Molly Schuyler, ate the burger in a little more than 40 seconds.

Click here to register for the challenge and fill out the waiver form. You can also participate by simply going to a Wayback Burger location on Sept. 18 between 9 a.m. (EST) and 11:59 p.m. (EST). Click here to check out the contest rules and regulations.

According to CNBC, more than 800 people have signed up for the contest so far.

Would you consider joining this competition? Share your comments below or on Facebook.

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