With the game now playing on a TV screen and a camera on the court, it is difficult to remember exactly what happened.
There was an argument, a brawl, and then the game ended.
What happened on the other side of the table was not immediately known.
CSL’s buddy bonus system rewards players for sticking together when the game ends.
For every player who plays through the whole game on their team’s home floor, the player gets an additional £1.10.
But that bonus can be spent elsewhere, with a team’s £2.40 bonus added to a player’s team-level bonus.
There are two different ways to earn the extra money, and each team can add as much as £100 to the total.
The first, the buddy bonus, is for winning a game and for sticking with the team during a difficult period of the match.
If a team scores a point, they get the bonus.
For example, if the team score seven points during the first half, a bonus of £2 is added to their team-line bonus.
But if the score falls to zero, a player on the losing team gets the bonus too.
The bonus can also be used for extra money.
If the team are winning the first-half penalty shoot-out, the bonus is added.
The second, the team bonus, awards extra money for winning two or more games.
This can be done in a number of ways.
For the third and final team bonus of a season, the winning team gets £20.
That can be paid to their captain, who is also given a bonus.
The winning team can then spend it on other team-mates.
If all the teams are winning at the same time, the bonuses are added to the winning side’s total.
A team’s bonus can increase when a team score a point or when they score more than a certain number of points.
There is a third type of bonus, which is awarded when a player wins a free kick or goal.
If two or three of their teammates score goals in the same game, they are awarded an extra £1 for each goal scored.
A player who scores a goal gets a bonus when they are a member of the winning or losing side.
So if a team are on the winning end, the kicker gets £1 extra.
But when the score is tied, the penalty kicks are awarded to the team on the opposite side of their net.
The bonuses are doubled when a penalty kicks from the penalty spot.
If there is no penalty, the final bonus is awarded after the final round of matches have been played.
There were four rounds of games played this season, with the final one taking place at Wembley on Saturday.
Each team played a maximum of 16 games, which could be longer than 16.
There will be no more bonus points for winning games.
Instead, the top six teams in each group will each earn a total of £1,000 for each game played.
The top four teams will get £500, while the bottom four will get nothing.
In the Championship, which starts next season, teams will only get a total bonus if they score at least two goals in a game.
There would also be no bonus points if teams score two or fewer goals in any game, even if the teams score the same number of goals as the top two teams.
The league will also be playing on artificial turf.
The new pitch will be the same as the one played in last season’s Champions League final.
The home and away matches will be played at Wembley Stadium, which will be a new stadium with a capacity of 18,000.
The pitch will also feature the new artificial turf surface, which was created by British company Adonis.
“The pitch has been created with the highest standards in order to ensure that the pitch meets the high standards required for an EPL match,” said Paul Clements, chairman of the Football Association of Great Britain (FAG).
The new turf will also include new technology, including a new system to prevent balls from flying around the pitch, which the FAG says will prevent some “very unpleasant incidents”.
The FAG added that this new technology will not affect the “unique” feeling the pitch has when playing on the pitch at Wembley.