## How much do I win each way bet?

\$5 (1/5 of your first win) + \$5 bonus (\$5 if you win the final to \$10 if you win the finals), to be split 50/50

How much do I lose each way bet? \$10 (1/5 of your first loss) + \$10 bonus (\$10 if you win the final to \$15 if you win the finals), to be split 50/50

How much do I win each way bet? \$5 (1/5 of your first loss) + \$10 bonus (\$5 if you win the final to \$15 if you win the finals), to be split 50/50

How much do I lose each way bet? \$10 (1/5 of your first loss) + \$10 bonus (\$10 if you win the final to \$15 if you win the finals), to be split 50/50

Where should I put my money? A \$1 or \$2 bet will do.

How about making trades? You can bet on a game that might be “cheap” in terms of odds. However, that does NOT mean that you should trade. Buy low and sell high in order to make as much money as possible.

If you believe there’s a good chance that your game isn’t worth betting on, you might consider trading. However, it’s not necessary to make a trade, as you’ll often have the best odds on the board anyway. Remember that odds are in the hands of nature, meaning your games come down to the last few seconds, and you don’t have to worry about betting on something that “could” happen.

What if I made a typo? This doesn’t have to mean that you are out of luck! If you misspell an opponent’s name, or misspell their last name, it doesn’t matter. Just make sure that you take their name right off your bet and put another \$1 or \$2 bet on a game that’s “cheap” in terms of odds. If you’re playing a game that you think is “worth more”, then just stick with it. However, if you get matched against a really good player you’re willing to bet on, try to get the odds as similar as possible to his or her odds. This will result in higher winnings at the end of the game.

I won a \$100+ entry on this site. How should I payout? If it seems to you that you could have done better by