**"Golden Line"****Vote and win!****1. Room Choice****1.**The number of participants who can take part in voting.(The maximum number of participants who can participate in a particular room depends on the number of combinations. For example, from**6**figures**720**combinations, in which numbers are not repeated, can be made, from**7**figures -**5040**combinations, from**8**-**5040**, from**9**-**362880**, from**10**-**3628800**).**2.**The number of participants who are already voting in this particular room.**3.**The main time when the voting ends and the winner is determined.**4.**The amount of money (in Euros) that a participant will have to pay for participation in voting in this room. (the contributions of the participants minus 25% for the use of the platform form the fund, for which the participants compete by voting)**5.**Current Total fund, which will be assigned to the winner of the vote at the end of the main voting time.**6.**A button that duplicates information**(4)**. By clicking on it, you proceed to select your combination.**2. Combination Choice****1.**A randomly suggested computer combination out of the remaining available combinations**(2)**.**2.**The number of remaining available combinations.**3.**A button, after clicking on which the computer will offer random combinations of the remaining available combinations. The participant can select combinations any (unlimited) number of times as long as there remain available combinations.**4.**Duplicate information**1.3.****5.**A button to press after you have decided on the combination for which you will vote. After pressing the button you move on directly to the voting process itself. If participation in this particular room requires money contribution, then you will be offered to make a payment, and only after completing the payment you will be allowed to participate in the voting.**3. How to Vote****1.**The combination you chose. The figures in the yellow circles are the ones that match with the figures in the leading combination**(2)**. The figures in the red circles are the ones that do not match the figures in the leading combination**(2)**.**2.**The leading combination is calculated from the number of points with which the participants vote. The explanation is in paragraphs**8**and**9**.**3.**Yellow figures are an informational cue – they show how many points you need on each number, so Your combination would fully coincide. The cue is for informational purposes only.**4.**Blue figures are the points that you enter on the figure or figures from your combination for which you want to vote.**5.**Points. All participants are given the same number of points with which they vote for a figure or figures in combination. Points can be used in parts, dividing them equally among all figures of a combination, or as a whole, voting for just one selected figure. The number of points resumes every two minutes, regardless of how many you have spent during the preceding two minutes.**6.**Every two minutes you can vote for your combination (for just one selected figure or for all figures - at your discretion).**7.**After you have entered the number of points with which you wish to vote for the figure or figures from your combination, press the**“VOTE”**button - only after that your voting points will be accepted.**8.**Information: all points with which the participants have voted for a particular figure are summed together every two minutes. The figure that collected the biggest number of points becomes the first while all subsequent figures are arranged in descending order (based on the number of points they have collected). If two digits have collected the same number of points, they are arranged according to their ordinal number.**9.**Information: the number of points collected by the last digit (the last is the one that collected the least number of points), is subtracted from all figures. Therefore, in the last digit the number of points is always 0. This is done so that only the difference in the number of points typed in figures would be reflected.**10.**Information: the figure represents the largest number of matching figures in the combination among the participants (how many participants had the same number of figures in the combination match).**11.**Information**1.3.**is repeated.**12.**Information: how many participants are currently online on the platform in the particular room.**13.**Information: how many participants are taking part in the voting in this particular room.**14.**Information: the size of the cumulative monetary fund, which will be received by the winner or the winners of the voting in this room, that is those, who will have the biggest number of matching figures in combination.**4.Voting results****1.**Information: a combination that won the vote in the given room after the end of main time.**2.**Information: Your combination. In the red circles are the figures that did not match with the winning combination; in the yellow circles - the figures that have coincided with the winning combination.**3.**Information: resulting advantage of the winning combination in the given room.**4.**Information: how many participants in the given room had a match with the winning combination in the maximum number of figures.**5.**Information: the fund you have won at the end of the voting in this room.