This isn't the usual issue about questions from contest competitions being posted here for assistance, but rather about the use of Math.SE as a venue for hosting a "contest" using a future bounty as prize.
This recent Question asks for participation according to rules (the post lists seven of them) that restrict the normal conduct of the Community, and I voted to close it on that account.
By normal conduct I mean such things as posting Answers as soon as one wishes, making Comments and Editing the Question for improved clarity, etc.
While it is possible that some Readers may enjoy participating in such a competition, accomodating the wishes of the contest "judge" seems to mean abandoning the Community guidelines for participation in creating useful content.
The Comment I left on the post itself is this:
To the extent that this OP wishes to impose indicated conditions on answering a Question, it is incompatible with the Community rules for answering. Of course hiding the problem statement, with the presumption that one will not even read the problem until conditions are agreed to, smacks of drive-by EULA tactics.
I considered flagging for Moderation, but perhaps it is better to have Meta discussion and vote on this post accordingly. To that end I'm proposing that "contests" on Math.SE should not impose any restrictions beyond the Community guidelines (as they may be revised and updated).