Las Vegas is a team game in which players combine their scores on each hole in an unusual fashion. Instead of adding the scores or choosing the better score, each team’s scores are combined into a two digit number, with the lowest score in the ten’s place. For example, if Player A shoots a 6 and Player B a 3, the team’s score is 36. A 4 and a 4 would naturally be a 44. The scores are added up at the end and the lowest (naturally) wins.
If bets are placed on the match, the payoff is based on the differential. The value of each point should be pretty low. If two players make bogey on a five, and the other two make birds, the difference is twenty two points.
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