There is no minimum to pay per bet up to the first $250,000.
Can I bet on both bets at once?
Yes, up to $10,000.
Can I bet more than one bet?
Yes, as high as $10,000.
What are the chances that 2 different bets will win?
A win of 2% – $5000 (1 x $50) = $5000
A lost of 3% – $250,000 (i.e. $250+2 x $50) = $250,000
A win of 4% – $1 million (i.e. $1-2 x $50) = $1 million.
Can I increase the length of this bet?
Yes, up to $3,000.
What has the highest wager history of every bet on the market.
We have a very good history showing how the market has been affected by individual bets during the past 30 days.
Are my bets safe?
All bets with a win or a win+ in the past 28 days. No bets during the previous five years.
Do I have to keep records?
Yes, record the wagers you place in your account during each day and post the results here, in our Daily Wager Reports.
In what can only be seen as an incredible mistake, a British court has upheld an agreement between Saudi Arabian oil giant Saudi Aramco and the government. It was never in question, and has never been legally challenged.
This isn’t quite the end of a saga that began last year, when Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman threatened to pull the plug on the U.S. $750 billion dollar oil deal between his country and U.S. drillers. While Saudi Arabia wanted to renegotiate the deal based on lower prices, the United States decided to pull the rug out from under Saudi Arabia and its partners.
This was the beginning of a long and winding journey that saw Aramco, the country’s biggest private sector oil producer, take on a number of positions, including selling off stakes in other businesses and cutting jobs. The deal was eventually finalized over many months of discussions, with the most contentious period coming in 2017, when the U.S. asked for billions of dollars from Saudi Arabia to fight terrorism. The Saudi foreign minister, Adel al-Jubeir, responded by insisting that