"no buds chill"
This is why I stated that I thought the only fair thing to do is give the player who had made the spread the option of it being nullified or continued until the match is over. However, Thinking about it now, I would take it one step further. I would say, the person who had bet on Shane in this case should NOT get to win any money but that if Chang does cover the spread, the Shane bettor loses and has to pay. It would've been a different story had they extended the match prior to Chang making the 112th game.When you relate it to sports the flawed logic is apparent. During a football game, regulation ends in a tie, one team is getting 3 points on the spread....the bet isn't settled until an end result is settled right. The only time the spread of a game matters is when the exact result is reached...which is to say the game is finished being played. I don't know tho
I don't think that the Chang bettor automatically wins because he hit 112.