Bet 1721 on Kingston (0.87) over Mississauga. Won
Bet 50 on Guelph (1.04) over Sarnia. Lost Bet 50 on SSM (0.94) over Saginaw. Won
Bet 50 on Kitchener (0.48) over Erie. Losing
Bet 50 on Owen Sound (1.14) over London. Lost Bet 50 on Ottawa (0.87) over Peterborough. Won Bet 50 on Oshawa (0.96) over Belleville. Won
Bet 50 on Plymouth (0.92) over Sudbury. Lost
Bet 50 on Prince Albert (0.50) over Kootenay. Lost Bet 50 on Saskatoon (0.81) over Swift Current. Won Bet 50 on Brandon (0.94) over Moose Jaw. Won
Bet 50 on Kamloops (0.85) over Lethbridge. Tied 2-2
Bet 50 on Kelowna (0.83) over Medicine Hat. Winning 3-1
Bet 50 on Red Deer (0.83) over Victoria. Tied 1-1
Bet 50 on Portland (0.32) over Everett. Winning 2-0
Bet 50 on Spokane (0.57) over Seattle. Losing 2-1
Bet 50 on Vancouver (0.95) over Prince George. Tied 0-0
Total Bet = 2521
Total Won = 3693
Number of Bets = 17
Bets Settled =11
Assuming you only get the dinner (the main) and no drinks, dessert, appetizer, etc, I don't see how it could come to $8. Even assuming this doesn't count tax and tips, I don't think I've ever seen a main course listed as $8. Usually the cheapest will be the burger section, for which I think $10 might've been the cheapest I've seen.
Originally Posted by charliolemieux
Two people: 2 apps, 2 main, 2 drinks, tip = $60-70
Originally Posted by SeenSchenn2
Depends on the occasion really.
If it's just an ordinary night out, like 10-20. I don't do the whole apps-dinner-dessert thing, just dinner,
I don't do apps either cause I simply would not have enough room in my belly for both app and dinner. Sometimes (rarely) I'll have dessert, but that's only if I'm sharing it with someone.
Haha one of the high-school security guards (high-schools have been getting these dumb-ass security guards who just walk around the school all day since this whole teachers conflict strike thing going on) in Clarkson got fired for selling weed to students, and same with one of the security guards at my school. SMH, there's nothing lower than being a "security guard" for a high-school. That's like lower than a mall cop.