In Italy, when a sporting outcome is fixed without money because it suits both sides of the contest, they call it a biscotto
This may most likely happen in group elimination tournaments like Champions league. For example, if a simple draw is enough to qualify and loosing side is unqualified, they do not force the game, take the risk to loose and prefer to have draws so they both qualify.. This is called biscotto, like a game theory or prisoners dilemma.
by PhDLondon December 05, 2012

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