Can anyone explain to me just how this "credits" thing really works? I have placed a few bets, but don't always see the ISU mens game until after its too late to bet on them. Also, what the heck does (check) mean, after my credit amount? And lastly, how did I go from 40,000 some credits to over 1,000,000 in just a couple days? I haven't put my two cents worth in for the past couple days. Maybe the longer I keep my opies to myself, the more credits I get. Thanks in advance for your input.
"Just remember, what you choose to do with each day is very important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it" -ET
"I'm trying not to sweat the small stuff in my life, but there is a definite learning curve." -CE
Can't answer most of those, but Chris and the gang gave us a million credit "stimulus" for people who didn't have any credits left and wanted to bet on Olympics...
Which is why I'm so ******. The deflationary value of credits is evident when someone decides to just print them out of nowhere. I hope everyone realizes that our children will one day have to sign up on CF just to clean up our mess. For shame.
I understand, however, that coupons will not cause a negative affect on the CF economy. They will, in actuality, help to truly stimulate CF. Can I get a witness?
You know what, Stewie, if you don't like it, go on the internet and complain. -Brian Griffin
Somebody's gotta go back and get a ----load of dimes. -Taggart
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