And here is the policy from a other casino stating that wager would be scored based on the official results provided by the governing body of the sport. AKA NASCAR.
You really think stating MGM's policy is a strong argument for why DGG should do the same? How about providing am actual argument...
So dawg, you're just gonna plead the 5th about the whole Ty Gibbs/Ku Busch made up rule on the spot?
Is that because your arguments don't work anymore for that one? Still got that DGG boot in your mouth?
So are you done whining about the people whining about the DQ scoring rule?
Or do you want to offer a legitimate argument relating to the specific validity of why Ty Gibbs scored points for Ku Busch and why DGG doesn't listen to the OFFICIAL results of the race besides "the rule was...
Again, the DQ scoring rule is absolutely absurd. Just because it was there before the season doesn't make it better. How far down your throat is their boot? You aren't even arguing in favor of the rule. You are just trying to poke little holes in what I'm saying. Lol
I could go Copy and paste hard rocks policy where they wait until AFTER post race inspection to score wagers. But I'm not going to bring in some 3rd party's rule as justification for DGG making stuff up as they go along. Using a 3rd party's terms of service is a really bad argument. Bro.
DGG is total clown show. Who knew following the NASCAR rule book was such a hard concept to figure out.
This is a bona-fide gambling website and the fact that the creator won't follow Black and White NASCAR rules is all I need to be 100% OUT for next year.
It ain't free when you drop in the...
I can't believe I actually wagered money on this website when the admin/creator can just make scoring rules based off of "feelings" and his "interpretation" rather than you know, the actual NASCAR rule book.
The decision to award DQ'd drivers points is absolutely absurd on its face. Why is DGG doing this? Because of "feelings" or some BS about Jimmie Johnson's DQ who hasn't been racing in cup for 5 years? It's called the NASCAR rule book. That is what should decide how many point drivers get.