Wagering calculator

Enter three post-DJ! Round scores below to see wagering suggestions for each player.

First and a half equals second plus third

Bonnie: Wagering $1,700 ties Jack's $0 wager and beats Jack's standard shutout bet of $3,401 by $1 on the Triple Stumper.

Chris: You have a choice of wagering $0 (to win on a Triple Stumper), between $1,801 and $2,799 (to win if Jack is wrong and you are right while still winning on a Triple Stumper if Bonnie wagers as recommended or higher), or going all-in with a wager of $4,000 for the win or tie if you give the correct response (and provided Jack is wrong or doesn't wager to cover or wagers less for some obscure reason). Since winning on a Triple Stumper is probably the likeliest of these outcomes, a wager in the $1,801-$2,799 range is best.

Jack: Wager $3,400--wagering any more risks falling behind Bonnie's wager of $1,700.

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