Me and my friends were playing pool one night with 1$ buy ins and one of my dumb friends did not have any money so he wrote an I.O.U. for 1$. I beat him and took the I.O.U and then another friend beat me a couple games later and I used the I.O.U to buy in so he took it. After this game we went off to play Black Jack. By the end of the night I won $35.50 and I received $17.50 because the Garrett did not have any money and Austin lost all of his money and was playing with change. Austin paid me the $5 he owed me and Garrett still owed me $13. But Garrett is trying to say that he only owes me $12 because I lost the $1 I.O.U to Josh, but Josh did not even play Black Jack.
No sir, you mislead what I was getting at, I won $35.50 by the end of the night. Garrett and Austin did not have any money. Austin lost $5 to me, and Garrett, lost $13 to me. Since they did not have their money, I received only $17.50. 17.50 + 5= $22.50. 22.50 + 12= $34.50. And there is no "tax". We are a bunch of teenagers. But what I ask you, sir, is where does that last dollar go? But if he gives me $13. 22.50 + 13+ $35.50. Then I get my full amount.
My opponent twists the truth once again. Look at the equation he posted in round one. He knows he had earned 34.5$ in total that he knows he got, and he already recieved $17.5. $34.5 minus $17.5 equals 17. Therefore 13+5 does not work out, as you earn the unfair amount of dollars, and you contradict your own story. Only with 12 dollars owed does your story make sense.
In round two my opponent came up with the math last round and said himself 22.5+1=34.5. Only with the I.O.U. from the other friend did he obtain 35.5$. But that friend is not Garret . Note he said "ONE of my friends had an I.O.U.", never specifying which friend. So we can only suppose that Garret only has 12 dollars on himself because although he seemed to first owe 13 dollars, he already paid that one dollar, unlike the I.O.U. (which my opponent admits he owed in round one). Thus, I win. Garret only owes 12 dollars. Vote for 12 dollars.