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9.1. AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL
The bookmaker accepts bets:
on regular time of 80 minutes (four quarters of 20 minutes each or two halves of 40 minutes each)
on regular time including overtime (labeled “Including Overtime”).
The bookmaker bears no responsibility for any inaccurate declaration of the duration of a match. Details shown in the “Sports” and “Live” sections are indicative only. The Customer should check the rules against official sources.
Should a match be interrupted before the expiration of 80 minutes, all bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted.
If a match venue is changed then bets already placed will stand providing the home team is still designated as such.
To Score First Goal. If the player has not participated in a match or is introduced as a substitute after the first goal has been scored, all bets on this player will be deemed void. Bets on players who had been substituted or sent off before the first goal was scored will lose. If the first goal is scored by a player on whom no price has been offered, all bets on other players will lose, except for the “Any Other Player” market. If a match has been interrupted before the first goal is scored, all bets will be canceled.
A goal (6 points) is when the ball is kicked between the narrower inner goal posts without touching another player, and the scoring team gets 6 points.
A behind (1 point) is when the ball is kicked between an inner goal post and an outer behind post, or the ball hits the goal post, or passes over the gate line or the behind line.
Bets on “HT-FT” markets are accepted on the half-time and the entire match.
9.2. AMERICAN FOOTBALL
The bookmaker accepts bets:
on regular time (60 minutes of play consisting of four quarters of 15 minutes each);
on regular time including overtime (labeled “Including Overtime”).
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been determined at the time the match was interrupted.
At least 55 minutes of play must elapse for bets to stand. In this event, all bets will be settled based on the results at the time the match was stopped.
For bets on “Higher At The End Of The Tournament” markets, if the teams fail to qualify from the group, bets will be settled based on their respective places within the group. If teams take equal places, bets will be settled based on their score.
Highest (Lowest) Scoring Quarter - Total. Should there be two or more highest (lowest) scoring quarters with the same total, no stakes shall be refunded. In this event, bets will be settled based on the total.
Highest Scoring Quarter. If it is impossible to determine the highest scoring quarter unconditionally (i.e. if two or more quarters end with the same score), bets on such quarters will be settled at odds of 1. Bets on other quarters will be deemed lost.
Highest Scoring Half. Should both halves end with the same score, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
If a match including overtime ends in a draw, W1 and W2 bets will be settled at odds of 1 (stakes will be refunded), while bets on total and handicap markets will be settled based on the match result.
9.3. BADMINTON, TABLE TENNIS, BEACH VOLLEYBALL
If the start of a match is delayed or postponed for any reason, all bets will stand until the match or the tournament in which the match features has concluded or until the withdrawal of one of the participants.
Should a match be interrupted due to the withdrawal or disqualification of either team in the first game/set, all bets will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted. Bets on the match winner will be settled at odds of 1 in this case.
Should a match be interrupted due to the withdrawal or disqualification of either team, the first game/set must have been completed for bets on the winner of the match to stand, otherwise all bets on this outcome will be settled at odds of 1. In the event of the withdrawal or disqualification of a player, a forfeit will be declared.
If a match starts, but is not completed for any reason (for example, if one of the opponents refuses to continue or is disqualified) and more than two games/sets have been played, the outcomes which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted (for example, the outcome of the first game/set, total of the first game/set, etc.) will count towards the bet settlement. Payouts on other bets will be made at odds of 1 except for bets on the winner of the match. The team which has advanced to the next round or the winner of the tournament will be regarded as the winner of the match.
No bet will be canceled because of a misprint in the initials of a sportsman/sportswoman (for example, B. Smith instead of A. Smith). In this event, bets will stand.
"Win The Match". If any of the players named in the outcome is substituted before the start of the match, all bets shall be deemed void.
Handicaps and totals for the aforementioned sports must be specified in points except for “Handicap By Sets” and “Total Sets” markets.
"Winner". The sportsman/sportswoman (the team) who takes first place in the tournament will be considered the winner. If the sportsman/sportswoman withdraws from the tournament before it begins, bets on that sportsman/sportswoman will be settled at odds of 1.
"To Qualify". The Customer should predict which player of the two listed will advance further in the tournament bracket. If both players are eliminated from the tournament, the one who has advanced further in the bracket will be deemed the winner. If both players are eliminated from the same round, bets will be settled at odds of 1. If the player withdraws from the tournament before it starts, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
9.4. BASKETBALL
The bookmaker accepts bets:
on regular time (the time of play may be 48 minutes consisting of four quarters of 12 minutes each or 40 minutes consisting of four quarters of 10 minutes each; NCAA – two halves of 20 minutes each);
on regular time including overtime (labeled “Including Overtime”). Bets on Stats include OT unless stated otherwise. Other betting terms may be specified in the betting section.
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets on the match will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been determined at the time the match was interrupted.
If the duration of a match is 40 minutes, at least 35 minutes must be played for bets to stand. If the duration of a match is 48 minutes, at least 40 minutes must be played for bets to stand. In these cases, all bets will be settled based on the results at the time the match was interrupted.
In basketball matches (for events labeled “Including Overtime”) bets on handicap and total markets in the fourth quarter and the second half are settled excluding overtime.
NBA teams may be shown in a direct order (home-away), as well as in a reversed order. If the latter is the case, no stakes are refunded.
"Higher At The End Of The Tournament". Should the teams fail to qualify from their group, bets will be settled based on the place they finish within the group. Should the teams take equal places within the group, then bets will be settled based on their score.
The Customer should check the rules of basketball friendlies (whether cup or club friendlies) through official sources. If a friendly ends in a draw (the rules of the match have been changed), bets on the winner will be settled at odds of 1. However, bets on total and handicap markets will be settled on the result.
If overtime is played in cup ties due to the aggregate result of a two-legged match, overtime will be taken into account to settle bets on the second match. Likewise, overtime played due to the aggregate result of a two-legged match is also included in “To Qualify”, “To Be Promoted/Relegated”, “Tournament Winner” and other similar bets.
Should a basketball match end in a draw, the “Will There Be Overtime? - Yes” bet wins and the “Will There Be Overtime? - No” bet loses.
"Half-Time/Full-Time". In the “Sports” section “W” stands for win and “X” stands for draw. The outcome of the first half is specified first and is followed by the outcome after regular time. For example, W1W2 means that the first team (W1) will win the first half and the second team (W2) will win the match in regular time.
"Highest (Lowest) Scoring Quarter – Total". If two or more highest (lowest) scoring quarters have the same total, no stakes will be refunded. In this event bets will be settled based on the total (when the total of the fourth quarter is settled, no points scored in overtime will count).
"Highest Scoring Quarter". If the highest scoring quarter is impossible to determine unconditionally (i.e. when two or more quarters have ended with the same result), bets on such quarters will be settled at odds of 1. Bets on оther quarters will lose (when the total of the fourth quarter is settled, no points scored in overtime will count).
"Highest Scoring Half". If both halves have ended with the same result, bets will be settled at odds of 1 (when the total of the second half is settled, no points scored in overtime will count).
"Team… To Win Both Halves – Yes". When the total of the second half is settled, no points scored in overtime will count. "Team… To Win Both Halves – No". The bet will win if the team specified has drawn or lost at least one half.
"Each Team Will Score Over 72.5 – Yes". The bet will win if the total scored by each team during the match amounts to 73 or more.
"Each Team Will Score Over 72.5 – No". The bet will win if at least one of the teams has not reached the quoted total.
"Total For Each Quarter Over 32.5 – Yes". The bet will win if the total number of points scored in each quarter is 33 or more.
"First Foul". Predict which team will be the first to commit a foul (an infraction of the rules as a result of illegal personal contact or unsportsmanlike behavior).
"First Rebound". Predict which team will be the first to have a rebound.
Bets on “Turnovers” markets are only settled based on the individual statistics of players rather than on team statistics.
Bets on "Rebounds" markets are settled based on the individual statistics of players and the team statistics. For NBA, WNBA, French league (men) matches only personal rebounds are considered.
Bets on the “Race To … Points” markets in the “Sports” section may be available with:
two outcomes (W1, W2). For such bets, if neither team scores the specified number of points, bets on a winner will be void (for example, if the score is 19-19, “Race to 20 Points W1” bets will be void).
three outcomes (W1, W2, Neither), in which case, bets will be settled according to the results.
The “Score By Quarters 2-0” bet will win if Team 1 has won two quarters out of four and the remaining two quarters have ended in a draw. The “Score By Quarters 1-1” bet will win if one team has won one quarter, the other team has won another quarter, and the remaining two quarters have ended in a draw.
"Handicap By Quarters". For example, “2 Handicap By Quarters -2.5”. The final score is 81:102 (17:22, 26:25, 18:20, 20:35), the score by quarters is therefore 1:3 (0:1, 1:0, 0:1, 0:1 respectively). The bet loses as when the handicap to Team 2 is applied, the score by quarters is 1:0.5.
The “Total Drawn Quarters”, “Handicap By Quarters”, “Score By Quarters” and “Win By Quarters” markets are only settled on the result at the end of regular time.
The “1 Winning Margin In Points Interval From -1 to 9” bet wins if the difference in the number of points scored by Team 1 and Team 2 falls within the interval of -1 to 9 points. For example, the score is (85:90) so the winning margin of Team 1 is -5 and thus the bet loses.
Bets on the “2-Point Field Goal Percentage”, “3-Point Field Goal Percentage” and “Free Throw Percentage” markets are settled based on the statistics from the official website whereby the percentage values are rounded to the nearest whole number.
Bets on the “Total Play Time” market should be specified in minutes. If the total has been named exactly, bets will be settled at odds of 1. For example, in respect to the bet “Total Kyrie Irving Over 39.5”, if the player’s total play time amounts to 39 minutes 30 seconds, the bet will be settled at odds of 1.
Netball is a type of women’s basketball (with four quarters of 15 minutes each). Bets are made and settled on regular time and regular time including overtime (labeled “Including Overtime”).
Basketball. Results. Team To Be Higher At The End Of The Tournament (NBA). The teams will be ranked based on the following successive criteria: elimination stage; place taken in the conference; percentage of matches won in the regular season; points margin in the regular season; points scored in the regular season.
Basketball. Results. Team To Be Higher At The End Of The Tournament (Euroleague). The teams will be ranked based on the following successive criteria: elimination stage; place taken at the Top-16 stage; number of matches won at the Top-16 stage; points margin at the Top-16 stage; points scored at the Top-16 stage.
"SuperTotal () Over/Under". The Customer should predict whether the teams will score more or fewer points than the quoted total. For example, "SuperTotal: (166-167 Refund) 167.5 Over". The bet will win if the teams score more than 167.5 points in total. If the teams score 166 or 167 points in total, stakes will be refunded.
"SuperHandicap 1/2 ()". The Customer should predict whether the team will win taking into account the quoted handicap. For example, "SuperHandicap 2: (-4; -3 Refund) -4.5". The bet will win if the score difference amounts to 5 points or more in favor of Team 2. If there is a draw after the handicap values (-4) or (-3) have been applied, stakes will be refunded.
Bets on the average player statistics during the regular NBA season (points, rebounds, assists, block shots). For bet settlement purposes players must have taken part in 58 games, in accordance with the NBA rules.
Double-double (triple-double) in the match. For this bet it is necessary to predict whether or not the player will have a double-digit performance in two (double-double), three (triple-double) categories in the match. Statistical categories: points, rebounds, assists, block shots. If the sportsman had a triple-double, then the double-double bet on this player will be settled as a loss.
Score in the interval. For this market it is suggested to guess whether the quarter score will be in the selected interval. In the left part, the range for the first team score is pointed out, in the right part - the range for the second team score. Example. "Score in the interval 3rd quarter. 22-33: 8-19 - Yes." The bet wins if the 3rd quarter ends with the score of 24-15.
Basketball 3x3. Teams play until one of them wins 21 points, although regulation time cannot exceed 10 minutes. If a game ends in a tie, overtime will be played until one team is leading by a margin of 2 points.
9.5. BASEBALL, SOFTBALL
Bets on baseball matches are accepted with extra innings included.
The names of the starting pitchers will be taken into consideration at the time of bet acceptance should the names be specified in relation to the event. Both listed pitchers must start and each pitch at least once for bets to stand. Should any of the listed pitchers fail to start for any reason, all bets on this game will be deemed void. If the starting pitchers are not listed, bets will be accepted regardless of who those starting pitchers are.
The team which bats at the bottom of an inning shall be treated as the home team notwithstanding the venue of the game.
All bets are settled on the official match results including all extra innings (except bets made on the parts of the match).
All bets stand if at least five full innings or 4.5 innings have been played. If fewer than 4.5 innings have been played, the bookmaker will settle bets on the “Team To Win” and “To Qualify For The Next Stage” markets and other markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was stopped. Other bets on this match will be settled at odds of 1.
Pre-match Markets. If a baseball match does not start at the specified time and the official website confirms that the match has been postponed, all bets on this match will be settled at odds of 1.
In-Play Markets. If a match is stopped (interrupted) and proceeds within 72 hours, all bets will stand until the conclusion of the match. If the match is not concluded within 72 hours, all bets will be deemed void, except for those markets which had already been determined.
If the score is tied in baseball matches (in the NPB or in the preseasons of the MLB and KBO), W1 and W2 bets will be settled at odds of 1 (stakes will be refunded).
"Players, Match-Ups". The Customer must predict which player of two will perform better. Should the players tie, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
In MLB preseason games, when the teams are tied at the end of the 9th inning, an extra 10th inning is played. However, if neither team wins in the 10th inning, the game ends in a draw. In this event W1 and W2 bets are settled at odds of 1 (stakes are refunded).
Should at least one game be canceled, postponed, interrupted and abandoned on the day of the match (fewer than five full innings have been played), bets on the event “Home-Away” will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been determined.
Softball is a team ball game and a variant of baseball played with a larger ball on a smaller field. Teams play seven innings in an official match. If the score is tied, extra innings are awarded.
9.6. BIATHLON
"To Be Higher". Predict which of the two named biathletes (or teams in the relay) will finish higher in the final ranking. Should both contenders fall out of the race or should one contender fail to start, bets will be settled at odds of 1. Should any contender fail to cross the finish line, all bets on them will be deemed lost.
"Misses". Comparing the total number of missed targets by participants. Predict which of the named biathletes will miss the most targets. If the number of misses equates to the handicap value, the winning odds will amount to 1. If the contender falls out of a race without having shot in all shooting rounds, the winning odds will amount to 1.
"Misses in Relays". The number of misses in a relay is calculated by adding up the number of penalty loops and the used extra cartridges for all members of the team.
"Top Athlete Of Which Country To Be Higher". Predict which top biathlete from the two countries listed will finish higher in the final ranking of a race.
"Winner of The Race". The contender who heads the final ranking will be considered the winner of the race. If two or more contenders are declared winners, the "Simultaneous Finish" rule will be applied.
"Leader After 1st (2nd etc) Round". The winner of the round is determined on final ranking. If there are two or more winners in one round, the "Simultaneous Finish" rule will be applied.
“Biathlon. Winner. Men. Pursuit. 12.5 km. Hochfilzen. Top 1-10 (08.12.2013 | 16:30) – “Will Daniel Mesotitsch Win - Yes”. The bet will win if Daniel Mesotitsch ranks among the top 10 biathletes in the race.
"Extra Cartridges. Sweden (13.12.2013 | 17:25) Total Under 7.5". The bet will win if the Swedish biathletes use 7 or fewer extra cartridges.
"Sportsman’s Winning Margin Over Second Place 0-20 Sec. – Yes". The bet will win if the winner beats the runner-up by 20 or fewer seconds.
"Misses. More Standing Than Prone – Yes/No". If the number of missed targets in the prone position equates to that in the standing position (or if there are no misses), then the bet “Misses. More Standing Than Prone – No” will win and the bet “Misses. More Standing Than Prone – Yes” will lose.
"Shooting Time". Predict what the shooting time will be (in seconds).
"Time At Shooting Range". Predict how much time the biathlete will spend at the shooting range (in seconds). Time at the range includes entering and exiting the shooting area, as well as shooting itself.
"IBU Cup markets". Overall standings will be determined based on the results across the season.
9.7. BOXING, MARTIAL ARTS
The start of a bout is signified by the sounding of a bell before the first round.
If a bout is declared a no contest or if a bout is stopped for any reason before a winner has been determined, all bets will be deemed void. If the result of a bout has already been determined, bets will be settled based on the declared results.
Should the number of rounds be changed, bets on the outcome of the bout will stand, but bets on the number of rounds will be settled at odds of 1.
“Total Rounds”. The Customer should predict the number of rounds in the bout. Only completed rounds will be taken into account for bet settlement purposes.
If an athlete does not enter the ring after the sounding of the bell at the start of a round, the bout is deemed to have ended in the previous round.
"1 (2) Will Win". In the “Sports” section, bets on this market are labeled “1” and “2” respectively and include the following:
"Points Victory";
"Win By Knockout";
"Win By Technical Knockout";
"Win By Technical Decision";
"Win By Disqualification or Refusal".
"Draw". Bets on this market are labeled “X”. A bout ends in a draw when the judges rule that the athletes have scored equally at the end of the last round.
"Points Victory". This means that the winner will be declared by the decision of the judges at the end of the last round.
"Win Inside The Distance". This includes a win through knockout, technical knockout, disqualification of the opponent, or the opponent withdrawing during the bout.
“Win (2way)”. Should a match ends in a draw, W1 and W2 bets will be settled at odds of 1.
"W2 In Round 3 – Yes". This bet will win if the second athlete wins inside the distance by knockout or by a technical decision in the third round.
"Bout Will End In Round 10-12". This bet will win if an athlete wins inside the distance by knockout or by a technical decision within the period from the tenth to the twelfth round.Win By TD. The fight is stopped because of injury or for any other reason, and the result is subsequently decided by the judges' scorecards before the scheduled number of rounds is completed.
"Win By TD". It is fight stoppage because of injury or another reason with consequent scoring by judges' notes and assessment of the result for not complete number of rounds.
"Prospective Fights". This market implies a fight for a championship belt which is expected to take place prior to the end of the current year. Only one bout from the list of prospective fights that actually takes place will count for betting purposes. Bets on the bouts which have not taken place will be settled at odds of 1. Bets will be settled based on the date of the match according to the results from the official source.
9.8. BICYCLE RACING
The start of the first qualifying round will be regarded as the start of the tournament.
"Match-Up" markets (sportsmen or teams). Both opponents must cross the official starting line for bets to stand.
Should any contender drop out of a competition for any reason, their opponent will be declared the winner.
Should one or both riders fail to cross the official starting line, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
Should both riders retire from a race, the rider who has completed the most laps will be deemed the winner.
Should both riders drop out on the same lap, the winning odds will amount to 1.
"To Be Higher". The Customer should predict which of the two riders (or teams) will finish higher in the final ranking.
If several riders have an equal time in the final ranking, the one who takes the higher position will be declared the winner.
9.9. WATER POLO
All bets are settled on the final result at the end of regular time (32 minutes consisting of four quarters of 8 minutes each).
The bookmaker bears no responsibility for any inaccurate declaration of the duration of a game. Details shown in the “Sports” and “Live” sections are indicative only. The Customer should check the water polo rules against official sources.
Extra periods and penalty shootouts will only count for the “Qualify”, “Win” and similar markets.
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted.
At least 30 minutes of play must elapse for bets to stand. In this event, all bets will be settled based on the results declared at the time the match was interrupted.
9.10. VOLLEYBALL
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets on this match will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted.
If a set is not played to the end, those outcomes which had already been unconditionally determined at the time of interruption will count for betting purposes. All other bets will be settled at odds of 1. If a set is played to the end, but the match is not concluded, bets on this set will stand.
Bets on European Volleyball Championship and CEV Challenge Cup will be settled including golden set should there be such an option (the golden set (up to 15 points) is awarded if the teams have equal scores at any stage of the European championships).
Volleyball handicap and total markets are specified in points, except for Sets Handicap and Total Sets.
"Score by Sets". In the “Sports” section the relevant columns are titled 3:0, 3:1, etc.
"Higher At The End Of The Tournament". If the teams do not qualify for the next stage, bets will be settled based on their places within the group. If the teams finish in the same place within the group, bets will be settled based on their scores.
"How Long The Match Will Last". The Customer should predict whether the match will last more or less time than the quoted length in minutes. The total duration is calculated by adding up the lengths of all sets within the match according to the official match record.
"Race To 3 (5 etc.) Points". The Customer should predict which team will be the first to score the specified number of points in a set. Should any participant refuse to continue for any reason before they or their opponent scores the quoted number of points, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
"Leader After Total Points Scored". The Customer should predict the situation between the teams after the specified number of points has been scored.
Example. Bet “Team 1 To Win After 10 Points”.
Let’s consider several options:
The score of the match is (6:4), 10 points have been scored, Team 1 leads, the bet wins.
The score of the match is (3:7), 10 points have been scored, Team 2 leads, the bet loses.
The score of the match is (5:5), 10 points have been scored, there is a tie, the bet loses.
"Extra Points". The Customer should predict whether there will be extra points in the set. The bet “Extra Points In Set - Yes” will win if either team wins the set after the score is 24:24.
"Tie-Break – Yes/No". The Customer should predict whether there will be a fifth set. The bet “Tie-Break - Yes” will win if there is a fifth set.
"Highest Scoring Period Total (excluding the fifth set)". For example, the bet “Highest Scoring Period Total Under 47.5” will lose if the score is (25:23, 26:24, 23:25, 23:25, 18:16).
"Lowest Scoring Period Total (including the fifth set)". For example, the bet “Lowest Scoring Period Total Under 40.5” will win if the score is (25:23, 26:24, 23:25, 23:25, 18:16).
9.11. HANDBALL
Bets are settled on the result at the end of regular time (60 minutes of play consisting of two periods of 30 minutes each).
Overtimes and penalty shootouts will only count for the following markets: “To Qualify For The Next Round”, “To Qualify For Another League”, “Win” and similar.
In-Play Betting. If a match is not concluded, all bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted.
Bets on the “Top Goalscorer” market are settled including overtimes, but excluding penalty shootouts.
Under the rules of the China Championship, the match ends if the score difference amounts to 15 points and at least 30 minutes of play have elapsed (the Mercy rule applies).
In bets on yellow cards, the Customer should predict the number of yellow cards given to the players.
In bets on seven-meter penalty shots, the Customer should predict the number of scored penalty shots (goals).
"Alternative matches". This includes bets on the match-ups of teams whose matches are being broadcast live. If a match is forfeited, bets on alternative matches will be settled at odds of 1 (stakes will be refunded).
"Handball. Statistics". Bets are settled including overtimes, but excluding penalty shootouts.
9.12. GOLF
Major golf tournaments may last for three or four days and the total number of holes is usually 72.
The player must tee off in order to be considered an active participant. If the golfer refuses to continue, all bets on them will be deemed lost.
"To Win The Tournament". The golfer who takes first place in the tournament will be considered the winner. The winner is determined after a play-off, should such a stage be stipulated by the rules of the tournament.
If two (or more) leading contenders are tied at the end of regular time – 72 holes, sudden death rules are usually applied in the play-off. In this event, the winner of the play-off will be declared the winner of the tournament and the winner for betting purposes. Other golfers will be treated as runners-up.
"Match-Ups". The player with the highest placing at the end of the tournament, including any play-off, will be the winner. If one player has missed the cut, the other player is considered the winner. If both players miss the cut, bets are settled based on the lowest score after the cut has been made. If a player is disqualified before the conclusion of two rounds, or after both golfers have made the cut, the remaining player is deemed the winner. If a player is disqualified in the third or fourth round after their opponent has missed the cut, such disqualified player will be deemed the winner. If no odds on a tie have been offered, bets on players who share the same place will be settled at odds of 1.
"Handicap Win". A player starts with a handicap, which must be applied to their final score. Bets on players who have missed the cut, withdrawn or have been disqualified are deemed to have lost. If both players miss the cut, the handicap applies to their scores at the time the cut was made. Bets on the game will be canceled should both contenders withdraw or be disqualified, or should any player fail to tee off. If not all rounds are played, bets on the handicap market will be settled at odds of 1 unless the outcome of the match has already been determined.
"Group Betting"/"Top UK players", etc. The player with the highest placing at the end of the tournament shall be deemed the winner. Any player who has missed the cut will be deemed to have lost. If all players miss the cut, the lowest score after the cut has been made will determine settlement. Players are grouped together for betting purposes only. If the player does not tee off, bets on this player will be canceled; Rule 4 is applied to bets on the other players. Dead heat rules apply at the bet settlement except when the winner is determined by a play-off.
"Handicap Group Betting". Players within a group will be allocated handicaps. The winner of the group will be determined based on the final score once handicaps have been applied. Golfers who have missed the cut will be deemed to have lost. However, if an insufficient number of players make the cut for the place markets, the remaining places will be allocated among those players who have missed the cut based on their final scores once handicaps have been applied.
In certain tournaments officials may suggest that contenders should play extra holes. In such events, the player with the lowest score after they have played the specified number of holes will be declared the winner and other contenders will be treated as runners-up.
"18 Hole Betting". The player with the lowest score over 18 holes is deemed the winner. In the event of a 2 or 3 ball being rearranged or displayed differently by us, accepted bets will stand on the groupings displayed when the bet was placed. Should any player fail to tee off, then bets on that 2 or 3 ball will be void. In 2 ball betting, if both golfers achieve equal scores and no price for a tie has been offered, all bets will be settled at odds of 1. In 3 ball betting, if all players have equal scores, bets will be settled at odds of 1. In 3 ball betting, if two players achieve equal scores, dead heat rules will apply. When special bets are offered grouping more than three players over one round, dead heat rules will apply. Bets on non-starters will be canceled.
"To Make/Miss the Cut". If a golfer withdraws or is disqualified before the cut is made, bets on them will lose. If a player withdraws or is disqualified after the cut is made, bets on them will win. If the player does not participate in the tournament, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
"To Be Higher". The Customer should predict which player of the two listed will perform better. The player who has completed 18 holes with the lowest score will be deemed the winner. In 2 ball betting, if both players have equal scores and no price for a tie has been offered, all bets will be settled at odds of 1. In 3 ball betting, if all players have equal scores, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
If a player withdraws after teeing off without having played all 18 holes, they will lose regardless of the score. A game starts with the first shot towards a hole. If a player withdraws before teeing off, bets on all other players within this group will be settled at odds of 1.
If a tournament has been affected by adverse weather conditions, bets will be settled on the current results, however at least 36 holes must be played. This does not apply when the tournament takes place across several courses.
Bets on the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup. Points will be scored as follows: win – 1 point; draw – 0.5 points.
9.13. DARTS
"Match Betting". If a match starts but is not completed, the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner. However, bets on a specific set, leg and handicap as well as special bets will be void unless the specific outcome of a particular bet has already been determined.
Handicaps and totals in a darts match are specified in sets, unless otherwise stated in the “Sports” section. 180 is the highest possible score from three darts thrown per visit to the board.
"Last Checkout Total 40 Or Less/(41 Or More)". A checkout is the number of points a player needs to score in order to finish the game. This term applies to a game of darts when players start with a fixed score (301 or 501) and the goal is to play down to zero. In theory, when the player’s score is 170, they can end the game should they score 170 points on their turn.
"To Be Higher At The End Of The Tournament". The winner is determined subject to the following successive criteria: elimination stage, number of sets won, number of legs won, number of 180s, highest checkout.
9.14. CURLING
Bets on curling matches are accepted including extra ends unless otherwise stated. A game consists of 10 ends. If the teams are tied after 10 ends, an extra end is played. The winner of the extra end is declared the winner of the match.
When no stone reaches the house or when two stones of the opposing teams being the closest to the center of the house rest at the same distance from the center of the house, the score of the end will be 0:0.
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets on the match will be settled at odds of 1 except for those markets which had already been determined at the time the match was interrupted.
All bets stand providing there have been at least five full ends played. In this event all bets will be settled on the result at the time the match was stopped.
The team loses regardless of the score should they fail to take all their shots in time (teams alternate to deliver eight stones during one end).
All bets are settled on the official results, including extra ends (except bets made on the parts of the match).
9.15. CRICKET
Bets are settled based on the official result declared by the governing body of the match or tournament in question.
If a match is interrupted and is not completed, bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1.
There are several types of cricket tournament:
A Twenty20 International is a form of cricket where the game lasts three and a half hours on average;
A One Day International (ODI) is a form of cricket where the game lasts over eight hours;
A Test Match is a form of cricket that can last up to five days with a minimum 90 overs per day where each side gets the opportunity to bat twice.
If the official result of the match is a draw and no prices have been offered for this outcome, any tiebreaker will count, for example, bowl-out, super over, etc. (Bowl-outs and super overs do not count for the settlement of other bets).
Should a Test Match be shortened by 1 to 20 overs, all bets on the match will stand and be settled based on the result of the match. Should a Test Match be shortened by 21 overs and more, bets will be refunded, except for those markets which have already been determined.
Should a Twenty20 International be shortened by 1 to 5 overs, all bets on the match will stand and will be settled based on the result of the match. Should a match be shortened by 6 overs and more, bets will be refunded, except for those markets which have already been determined.
"Top Batsman Of The Team". Bets on Test Matches and County Championships will stand regardless of the number of overs. In One Day Internationals at least 20 overs must be played for bets to stand. In Twenty20 matches at least 10 overs must be played for bets to stand.
Bets on a player who is not listed in the starting 11 will be deemed void. Bets on players who have been selected for the starting line-up, but do not bat, will be settled at odds of 1.
Certain markets may only be settled after all the statistics have been published by the official source, which may take 10-12 hours.
"Top Batsman". Should two or more batsmen score an equal number of runs, bets on such players will be settled at odds of 1. If the player has been listed in the starting 11, but has not entered the field of play, the “Top Batsman” bet will lose.
These markets use a points based scoring system to determine their outcome. The point schedule is as follows: 1 point per run, 20 points per wicket, 10 points per catch, 25 points per stumping.
Stakes refunded on non-selected players.
In One Day matches both teams must face at least 40 overs each, otherwise bets void, unless settlement of bets is already determined.
In Test and First Class matches, the whole match counts. In drawn games a minimum of 200 overs must be bowled, otherwise bets void, unless settlement of bets is already determined. In Twenty20 matches the match must be scheduled for the full 20 overs and there must be an official result unless settlement of bets is already determined.
9.16. BEACH HANDBALL
All bets will be settled based on the result at the end of regular time (20 minutes of play consisting of two periods of 10 minutes each).
Penalty shootouts will only count for bets on the “Win In The Match”, “To Qualify For The Next Round”, “Win In The Tournament” and similar markets.
If a match is interrupted and postponed, all bets will stand until either the match has been played, any of the participants withdraw or the tournament within which the match features is completed.
A match will be declared completed for betting purposes if at least 18 minutes of play have elapsed. In this event, all bets will be settled on the result at the time when the match was stopped.
If at the end of a period the score is even, the Golden Goal is used to determine the winner, i. e. the team which scores the first goal will be declared the winner. Should both periods be won by the same team, this team will be declared the winner with the score 2:0.
If both teams win a period, there will be a draw. A game is then decided by a “shoot-out”, where a field player goes up against the opposition goalkeeper.
9.17. BEACH FOOTBALL
All bets will be settled on the result at the end of regular time (36 minutes of play consisting of three periods of 12 minutes each). 
The bookmaker bears no responsibility for any inaccurate declaration of the duration of a match. Details shown in the “Live” or “Sports” sections are indicative only. The Customer should check the rules against official sources.
An extra period and penalty shootouts will only count for bets on the “Win”, “To Qualify For The Next Round”, “Win In The Tournament” and similar markets.
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been determined at the time the match was stopped.
A match must be played for at least 30 minutes for bets to stand. In this event, all bets will be settled on the result at the time the match was stopped.
9.18. RUGBY
All bets will be settled on the result at the end of regular time (an 80-minute match consisting of two halves of 40 minutes each). 
The bookmaker bears no responsibility for any inaccurate declaration of the duration of a match. Details shown in the “Live” or “Sports” sections are indicative only. The Customer should check the rules against official sources.
Overtimes and penalty shootouts will only count for bets on the “To Qualify For The Next Round” and “Win In The Tournament” markets.
A match must be played completely for bets to stand, unless the market had already been determined at the time the match was stopped.
9.19. HORSE RACING
If a race is postponed to another day and it is stated in the official sources, all bets will stand. However, single bets will be deemed void and the respective leg will be excluded from an accumulator bet, if:
a race is terminated;
a race is officially declared void;
the conditions of a race are changed after bets have been made (subject to the rules);
the track is changed;
the track surface is changed (for example, turf is replaced by dirt or a synthetic surface, or vice versa).
If a race is canceled, all bets on this race will be deemed void. If a race is postponed to a later time on the same day, all bets will stand.
"Participant Will Be In Top 3". Bets on this market will win if the horse finishes among the first three place-getters.
"Win (Refund If Placed)". For example, the bet “Win (Refund If Placed 2)” will win if the horse finishes first, but if the horse finishes second, the stake will be refunded (the bet will be settled at odds of 1).
"Win Without Leader". The bet “No. 1 Brice Canyon To Win Without No. 3 Clonusker” will win if No. 3 Clonusker finishes first in the race and No. 1 Brice Canyon finishes second.
Ante-Post Betting. The updated list of runners is declared one or two days prior to the race depending on its class. Once day-of-race markets become available, ante-post markets are closed. Horses which have been withdrawn from the race and non-runners will be treated as losers in ante-post markets. If a race is postponed until the next day due to adverse weather conditions, ante-post bets will stand until the start of the race. If the race has been canceled, stakes on ante-post markets will be refunded. First, bets on the racing day will be settled and then ante-post bets on this competition will be settled.
SP (Starting Price) is the final starting odds on a horse. The starting price is calculated based on the average odds offered by racecourse bookmakers at the time of the off. If a horse is withdrawn before the start of a race, or is declared a non-runner (according to official records), and a new SP market has not been formed, bets on the withdrawn horse will be settled at odds of "1".
9.20. SQUASH
If a match starts, but is not completed for any reason (for example if a player retires or is disqualified), the outcomes which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted (for example, the outcome of the first game, first game total, etc.) will count for settlement purposes. All other bets will be settled at odds of 1.
By the decision of the body which organizes the event, the number of games in a match may vary from three to five and the match continues until three games are won.
Each game continues up to 11 points. The player who is the first to score 11 points will be declared the winner unless the score is 10:10. In this event the game will continue until the score difference amounts to two points. The player who beats their opponent by a two point margin will be deemed the winner.
9.21. SNOOKER
Match Betting. If a match is interrupted, a player who has qualified for the next round shall be considered the winner as long as at least one frame has been completed.
Frame Betting, Handicap Betting, Specials. All frames required to determine the winner of a match must be completed for bets to be settled. Should the winner be determined before the completion of the match on any grounds, all bets on frames and handicaps and also special bets will be settled at odds of 1, except for those bets which have already been unconditionally determined.
Should any player forfeit in any frame, handicap and total bets in this frame will be settled at odds of 1.
"To Qualify". The Customer should predict which player of the two listed will advance further in the tournament bracket. Should both players retire from the tournament, the one who has advanced furthest in the tournament bracket will be deemed the winner. Should both players retire in the same round, bets will be settled at odds of 1. Should a player withdraw from the tournament before it starts, the winning odds will amount to 1.
"Total Centuries". The Customer should predict whether a player will score 100 or more points in one single visit to the table.
"First Potted Ball – Blue". The bet will win if the blue ball is the first colored ball legally potted (the colors are yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, black).
"Shoot-Out". "Higher At The End Of The Tournament". Bets are settled based on the following successive criteria: elimination stage; number of frames won; total score.
9.22. TENNIS
If a player withdraws (or has been disqualified) before the match starts, stakes will be refunded.
Should the start of a match be delayed or should a match be postponed for any reason, all bets will stand until the conclusion of the match or the conclusion of the tournament in which it is a part.
Bets will stand in the following cases:
a change in playing surface;
a change of venue;
a change from an indoor venue to an outdoor venue.
Should a match be interrupted due to the withdrawal or disqualification of a player in the first set, all bets will be settled at odds of 1, except for bets on games which have already been completed and bets on outcomes which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted.
Should a tennis match be interrupted due to the withdrawal or disqualification of a player, bets on the winner of the match will stand provided that the first set has been completed. Otherwise all such bets will be settled at odds of 1. Bets on other outcomes will be canceled (settled at odds of 1) except on outcomes which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted. 
In the event of withdrawal or disqualification, the player in question forfeits.
Example 1. The match Rodriguez vs. Herbert is interrupted with the score at 1:0 (6:2, 0:3) due to the withdrawal of Rodriguez. The following bets will be settled at odds of 1: Handicap 1 (-2.5) Games, Handicap 2 (+2.5) Games, Total Games (21.5), Sets Score 2:0, 2:1 and 1:2. All bets on the first set will be settled. The bet “W2” on the match will win. The bets “W1” on the match and “Sets Score 0:2” will lose.
Example 2. The match Benneteau vs. Klein is interrupted with the score at 1:1 (6:4, 0:6, 0:1) due to the withdrawal of Benneteau. The bet “Total Games Over 21.5” will win, while the bet “Total Games Under 21.5” will lose as the minimum number of games possible to determine a winner is now 22: 1:2 (6:4, 0:6, 0:6). All bets on the first and second sets will be settled. The bet “W2” on the match will win, while the bets “W1” on the match and “Sets Score 0:2 and 2:0” will lose. The following bets will be settled at odds of 1: Games Handicap, Sets Score 2:1, 1:2.
In the event of a change in format (a change in the number of sets), bets on the following outcomes will stand and be settled on the result of the match:
the winner of the match;
victory in the first set;
games handicap in the first set;
first set total;
first to serve in the match;
to win the first game of the match.
Bets on other outcomes will be settled at odds of 1.
Handicaps and totals in a tennis match are specified in games.
If a game is not completed for any reason (for example, when the match is interrupted and not completed, a player refuses to continue or is disqualified, etc.), bets on this game will be settled at odds of 1.
In the deciding set of a tennis match, handicaps and totals are settled based on the score, while for bets on match handicaps and totals the deciding set is considered as one game. 
For example, Grönefeld/Peschke – Niculescu/Zakopalová. Total Under 21.5. The score is (6:3, 3:6, 4:10 points). The third set will be considered as one game. The total will be 6+3+3+6+1=19. The bet wins.
In respect to tennis matches labeled “champ. tie-break” or “super tie-break”, handicaps and totals in the match will be settled including the score in any super tie-break.
For example, Grönefeld/Peschke vs. Niculescu/Zakopalová (champ. tie-break). Total Under 21.5. The score of the match is (6:3; 3:6; 4:10 points).
The total here amounts to 6+3+3+6+4+10=32. The bet loses.
In certain tournaments a super tie-break (champion's tie-break) is played instead of a final deciding set. The player (pair) who first scores 10 points will be declared the winner of the match provided that they beat their opponent by at least a two point margin.
"Correct Score" (score based on sets). The respective bets in the “Sports” section are 2:0, 2:1, etc.
"To Qualify". The Customer should predict which of two named players will advance further in the tournament bracket. Should both players retire from the tournament, the one who has progressed furthest in the tournament bracket will be deemed the winner. Should both players retire from the same round, the winning odds will amount to 1. If a player withdraws from the tournament before its start, the winning odds will amount to 1.
"Winner". The player (team) who takes first place in the tournament will be deemed the winner. Should a player withdraw before the start of the tournament, bets on that player will be settled at odds of 1.
"Win In The Game". The Customer should determine who will win the specified game. Games within each set are numbered consecutively. For example, should the 2nd set end with a score of 6:1, bets on the “8th Game 2nd Set” will be settled at odds of 1 as there has been no eighth game. 
A tie-break will be regarded as a single separate game.
"Points". A point is a result of a serve (each serve ultimately leads to one of the players winning a point – through a rally or a double fault).
For example, “Point 4 (8th Game) W2” (The second player wins the 4th point (the fourth time the ball is served) in the 8th game). So if the 8th game goes as follows:
 1st point: 0-15 (player 2 won);
 2nd point: 15-15 (player 1 won);
 3rd point: 15-30 (player 2 won);
 4th point: 15-40 (player 2 won) – the bet wins.
"Score In Set 1". For this bet the correct score of the first set should be predicted. If the first set is not completed, bets on this outcome will be settled at odds of 1.
"Match Tie-Break". The Customer should predict whether a tie-break will be in the match. If a match is not completed for any reason and a tie-break has already taken place, the bet “Match Tie-Break - Yes” will win, while the bet “Match Tie-Break - No” will lose. If a match is not completed for any reason and there has been no tie-break, bets on the “Match Tie-Break” market will be settled at odds of 1.
"Player First To Challenge A Line Call". The Customer should predict which player will be the first to exercise their right to challenge a line call. If neither player exercises their right to challenge a line call, bets will be settled at odds of 1.
No bet will be canceled due to a misprint in the initials of a sportsman/sportswoman (for example, D. Muller instead of G. Muller). In this event, bets will stand.
“Tie-Break Score In Set”. The Customer should predict the correct score of a tie-break.
A tie-break is played in order to determine the winner of a set when the score in the set reaches 6:6. A tie-break must be played up to 7 points (the tie-break score can be 7:5, 7:4 etc.).
“W 1/2 With Any Other Score”. This bet implies that a player will win a tie-break after a score of 6:6 (or a super tie-break after a score of 9:9).
Example 1. Klein (Australia) vs. Klec (Slovakia). W1 With Any Other Score.
 The tie-break ends with the score (7:3) – the bet loses.
 The tie-break ends with the score (8:6) – the bet wins (as Player 1 won after a score of 6:6).
“Match Tie-Break Score”. The Customer should predict the correct score of the tie-break.
A match super tie-break is played up to 10 points (the score may be 10:8, 10:6 etc.).
“Tie-Break Score. Any Other W1/W2”. Which player will win the tie-break with a score different to those offered?
Bets on the “Tie-Break Score” markets will be settled at odds of 1 if there has been no tie-break in the match or in the set, or if the match has not been completed for any reason.
“Set To Finish 6:0 (0:6) In The Match – Yes”. The bet will win if the score of any set in the match will be either (6:0) or (0:6).
“Player To Lose 1st Set But Come Back To Win”. The bet will win if a player loses the first set but goes on to win the match.
“Sets Scoring”. For example, the bet “1st Set > 2nd” will win if there are more games in the first set than in the second set.
Bets on a game which was played as a tie-break in the set will be settled at odds of 1 (stakes will be refunded). Games within each set are numbered consecutively for betting purposes.
Statistics (number of aces, number of double faults, first serve percentage, etc.) are quoted subject to information on the respective official websites of the specific tournaments.
Bets on specific statistics (number of aces, number of double faults, first serve percentage, etc.) are settled in the following manner when a match is not completed for whatever reason. Outcomes which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted will count towards the bet settlement. Payouts on other bets will be made at odds of 1.
A match point is a point which if won by one of the players will also win them the match.
“Break Number 1 – Player 1”. The bet will win if Player 1 is the first to win a game when receiving serve (a break point is a point that, if won by the receiving player, will win them the game. This is called a break of serve.).
“Total Points In First Game Over (5.5)”. This is a bet on the number of points in the first game. For example, if the game is won after the score (40:30), there have been 6 points and the bet wins.
In the “Highest Scoring Period” markets only the first and second sets are taken into account. The bet “Highest Scoring Period – Draw” will win if, for example, the score is (6:3, 3:6, 6:4). The bets “Highest Scoring Period – 1” and “Highest Scoring Period – 2” will lose if the number of games in the first set is equal to the number of games in the second set.
“Highest (Lowest) Scoring Set – Total”. Bets on the Total markets will be settled subject to the rules of the respective tennis tournament (i.e. if players have to play until they have won 2 sets or 3 sets).
“Who Will Make More Breaks”. There are three outcomes in this market: Player 1, Player 2 and Draw. Should players have an equal number of breaks in the match, the selection “Draw” will win.  
“Player To Win Their Serve After Score 0:40 – Yes”. The bet will win if a player is losing their service game with a score of 0:40 but then goes on to win the game.
"Tie-Break or extra games in the final set". The last 3rd set (“Best of 3” match) or 5th set (“Best of 5” match) are taken into account to settle bets.
“First Line Call Challenge To Be Successful – Yes/No”. If both players have not exercised their right to challenge a line call, the winning odds will amount to 1.
FAST4 tennis matches are either best-of-three sets (two sets must be won) or best-of-five sets (three sets must be won). A set lasts until four games have been won. If the score is 3:3, a tie-break is awarded. The tie-break is won when a player reaches 5 points but there is no need for a two-point margin, meaning that the tie-break can end with a score of 5:4. If the score in the tie-break is 4:4, the receiving player or team selects which side (right or left) the ball will be served. In a tie-break players will change ends after the first 4 points have been played.
9.23. FLOORBALL
Floorball is a type of floor hockey which is played indoors on a hard rink using a plastic ball with holes in it.
All bets are settled on the result at the end of regular time (60 minutes of play consisting of three periods of 20 minutes each). 
The bookmaker bears no responsibility for any inaccurate declaration of the duration of a match. Details shown in the “Sports” and “Live” sections are indicative only. The Customer should check the rules against official sources.
Extra time and penalty shootouts will only count for the following markets: “To Qualify (For The Next Round)”, “Winner Of The Tournament” and similar.
If a match starts but is not completed, all bets thereon will be settled at odds of 1, except for those markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was interrupted.
At least 50 minutes of play must elapse for the match to be declared official. In this event all bets will be settled on the result at the time the match was stopped.
Subject to the authorization of the bodies who organize the event, the duration of a match may be shortened to at least two periods of 15 minutes each with an intermission to be determined by the organizers. The Customer should check the rules of the relevant tournament against independent sources.
9.24. FOOTBALL
Bets on football matches (including cup matches) are accepted on regular time specified in the rules (90 minutes of play consisting of two halves of 45 minutes each plus injury time), unless otherwise stated in the “Sports” section (“extra time”).
Extra time and penalty shootouts will only count for the markets “To Qualify (For The Next Round)”, “League Promotion/Relegation”, “Winner Of The Tournament” and similar.
At least 80 minutes of play must elapse for bets to stand except for markets which had already been unconditionally determined at the time the match was stopped.
Format of friendly matches.
FIFA rules in respect to the duration of friendly youth matches:
for U18, U17, U16, U15 teams – 80 minutes (two halves of 40 minutes each);
U14 teams – 70 minutes (two halves of 35 minutes each), all 70 minutes of play must elapse for bets to stand; 
U13 and U12 teams – 60 minutes (two halves of 30 minutes each), all 60 minutes of play must elapse for bets to stand.
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