‘Game of Thrones’ writer gets paid for ‘Game’ win

It was a tough night for a writer for HBO’s Game of Thrones: He won $10,000 on a bet that his HBO character won the Battle of the Bastards.

The writer, who is best known for writing for “Game of Sex” and “The Vampire Diaries,” was a contestant on the HBO show in January.

His winning bet was the first for the season, and he said he felt lucky.

He said the episode “The Prince of Winterfell” was his favorite, and it was a “bunch of really fun, clever and creative” fights between his character, Tywin Lannister, and Jon Snow.

But when he was asked what he thought about his winnings, he was less than enthusiastic.

The actor said he thinks he’s just a lucky guy and that the whole thing was a little bit surreal.

He said he was just really excited.

I just don’t know if I’m going to win.