Question about points

BGnight

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I understand your points are squared, thus 0 points you get 1 number drawn and 2 points you should bet 4 numbers drawn, but what about 1 point?? Do you get 1 or 2 numbers drawn??
 

mlycrzy

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I believe with 1 point you would go in with 2 draw numbers. One for the previous point and one for the current year applying? That's the way I understand it anyways.
Basically square your points and add 1 for the current application year.

This is from the NDOW website.
Bonus points are squared by species category to determine how many random numbers from 1 to 99 million will be drawn from the random number generator. The lowest of the random numbers for each species category will be assigned as the “draw” number for that species category application. For example, if an applicant has 10 bonus points for antlered elk, you square 10 to get 100 and add 1 (applicant with zero bonus points is assigned 1 random number) for a total of 101 random numbers with the lowest being the draw number assigned to the antlered elk application. Those applying as a "party hunt" will have their bonus points averaged (total points of all hunters in the party, divided by the number of hunters) and rounded to the closest whole number. All applications for all species categories are sorted in ascending order and tags are awarded to applications with the lowest draw numbers.
 
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Killcarp2

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I understand your points are squared, thus 0 points you get 1 number drawn and 2 points you should bet 4 numbers drawn, but what about 1 point?? Do you get 1 or 2 numbers drawn??
With two points you actually get 5 numbers, they square your points and add one for the current year. With one point you would get two numbers.
 

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