Prediction Scoring Rules: Lowest score wins (earning points is not good). The absolute value difference between where you predicted a runner to finish verses where they actually finished is how many points that runner scored for you. For instance, if Runner X was predicted to finish 5th but they actually finished 3rd, then they would give you 2 points. No runner can score more than 9 points. If you correctly predict the winner you earn -3 points.