#### Doug Drinen

##### Moderator

Entry form

Here are the full rules, but I'll post the gist of it right here:

The object of the contest is to answer 35 yes-or-no questions. You get points for each correct answer, but the number of points you get for a given correct answer depends on how much of a longshot it is. In particular, each question comes with a prize pool of one million points, which will be divided equally among all contestants who guess the correct answer on that question.

**EXAMPLE**: Will Peyton Manning have more total postseason passing yards than Eli Manning?

Suppose that there are 10,000 entries, and that 6,000 of them say YES and 4,000 say NO. Then if the correct answer turns out to be YES, the yes-answerers get 1,000,000 / 6,000 = 166.67 points (while the no-answerers get zero). If the correct answer turns out to be NO, then the no-answerers get 1,000,000 / 4,000 = 250.00 points

As you will see, the entry form will tell you how many YES and NO answers are currently in the system,

**but note that the payoffs are determined by the FINAL number of yes and no answers after all the entries are in. This means that the actual eventual payoff for each question will almost certainly be different from what was shown on your entry form when you submitted.**You can, however, continue to check the odds and re-submit your answers as many times as you like up until the deadline.