|Country||Total Points||Largest Party||2nd Largest||3rd Largest||4th Largest||5th Largest|
Look for the country's line, determine rankings (i.e. largest party, second largest, etc.), and look up each party's number. For example, the largest party in France wins 5 VPs, the second largest 3, the third 2, and so on.
If two parties are tied at any level, then add the contested seats together and divide in half. For example, if two parties in France are tied for the lead, each would receive 4 VPs. Drop fractions.
If not all parties are present in a country, divide the unallocated VPs evenly among the parties that are present. Leftover VPs go to the largest party. For example, if there are only 3 parties in Germany, the remaining 4 VPs need to be allocated. One point would go to each party present, and the remaining 1 VP to the largest party.
Do this for each country. Record the total VPs won on the Scoresheet. The moderator will do this for the nonplaying parties. Then total them and subtract the Equalizer Points (EPs) from that. The player with the highest total is the winner. The EPs are intended to negate the inherent Socialist and Conservative advantages and give all players an equal shot at winning the game.
To get VPs for the EFTA, at least one party must have more PSFs there than the Eurosceptics.
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