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 See if you can win 999 power moons! Using RANDOM.ORG, I'll generate a number from 1-10. Each player starts with 10 moons. If you lose all your moons, you're out! On each spin, you can bet any number of moons for the x2, x3, and x5 categories. The bet gets subtracted from your total. I'll generate a number. The number of moons you bet on the result will be multiplied by the groups multiplier value. All other moons will be lost. Here's the breakdown: x2: 1 2 3 4 5 x3: 6 7 8 x5: 9 10 EXAMPLE Player starts with 10 moons, and puts 2 on x2 and 6 on x3. If the result is a x2, the player loses the 6 bet on x3, but gets 4 from the x2, ending up with 10-6+(2*2)=8. Likewise, x3 will result in a total of 26, and x5 will result in a total of 2. GOOD LUCK!
I bet 2 moons on 3, 3 on 5, and 1 on 9.

Bet 2 each on numbers 6-10
Major thanks to Giga and Erik557 for the layout.

 It's a 5! RPG Hacker: 8 ThePat545: 34 Zekrom PKstarship: 0 (OUT!)
3 on 1-5
2 on 6-8
1 on 9-10
Originally posted by Yoshimaster96
10-6+(2*2)=12

10-6+(2*2) = 10-6+4 = 4+4 = 8, not 12.

The result would actually be a net decrease in moons, keep in mind.

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 Originally posted by natnewOriginally posted by Yoshimaster9610-6+(2*2)=12 10-6+(2*2) = 10-6+4 = 4+4 = 8, not 12. The result would actually be a net decrease in moons, keep in mind. Ah, miscalculated. Edited first post. Gonna wait for another post or two before spinning.
I bet 2 on 2 and 4, 1 on 7.

 It's a 1! RPG Hacker: 8 ThePat545: 31 Ruberjig: 10
2, 5, and 10.

 It's a 7! RPG Hacker: 6 ThePat545: 31 Ruberjig: 10 SMW Hacker 123: 7
3 on 1-5
2 on 6-8
1 on 9-10

 It's a 6! RPG Hacker: 4 ThePat545: 31 Ruberjig: 10 SMW Hacker 123: 7
1 moon on 1 (I assume individual numbers are x10)
3 moons on x2
3 moons on x3
3 moons on x5
Inner voice: Oh no! Lost again! But I gotta stick to the same strategy or else they will notice that I didn't have a strategy at all and was just playing a game of chance.
Everything is going as planned. 1 on 9 and 1 on 10. 😎

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3 on 1-5
2 on 6-8
1 on 9-10

 It's a 1! RPG Hacker: 2 ThePat545: 31 Ruberjig: 10 SMW Hacker 123: 7 Noivern: 16