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The Sports

NFL NBA NHL MLB College Football College Basketball
Golf Boxing Canadian Football Soccer Tennis Nascar

The following table tells you when a game becomes official for betting purposes

Pro Football 55 minutes of play
College Football 55 minutes of play
Pro Basketball 43 minutes of play
College Basketball 35 minutes of play
Hockey 55 minutes of play
Baseball Sides 5 innings (4 ½ if the home team is winning)
Baseball Totals 9 innings (8 ½ if the home team is winning)
Run Lines 9 innings (8 ½ if the home team is winning)
Tennis ONE ball served
Soccer If a match is suspended before full time is reached, and not completed the same day, wagers on the outcome of the match are considered void and all wagers will be refunded. Includes Goal Lines, Money lines and Totals.

Related to Sporting Events

  • All sporting events must be played on date and site scheduled unless otherwise specified. Exceptions: Auto Racing, Golf and Tennis.
  • Auto Racing, Golf, and Tennis are not subject to this rule. The wagers will remain valid subject to the Ruling Body of each sport cancelling the event.
  • If any event is postponed and/or rescheduled, the event will automatically constitute "no action".
  • We do not recognize suspended games, protests or overturned decisions for wagering purposes.
  • Las Vegas rules apply to any wager not covered by rules and regulations in here.
  • For Cycling events riders might be issued the same time but they will be issued an order of finish that is decided by photo finish. Results will be taken from the official finishing position in the events main web site.
  • For all props on players or teams we will use the official website of the sporting event to declare the winner. Examples: WWW.NFL.COM, WWW.NBA.COM etc. For events that do not have an associated website we will use WWW.ESPN.COM for results.

FOR ALL SPORTS AND EVENTS:

We reserve the right to cancel any wager accepted when the line was obviously posted incorrectly. (BAD LINE RULE)

Wagers will also be cancelled when there is proof of cheating, attempted hacking or knowledgeable deceit. (CHEATING RULE)

We also reserve the right to cancel wagers placed after a game is final or an outcome can be deduced from the score. (BAD TIME RULE)

Matchups that are posted incorrectly will be automatically cancelled. These include wrong participants and matchup incorrectly entered into the system. (WRONG MATCHUP RULE)


Football

In the event that the Super Bowl date and/or venue is changed due to severe weather conditions, all existing open bets on the game and on the game's related bets (props) will be considered action and stand until the game is played.

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Baseball

  • Games are official after 5 innings of play unless the home team is winning after 4 and a half innings.
  • After 5 innings of play, if the game is called or suspended, the final score (for wagering purposes) is determined by the last full inning of play unless the home team scores to tie or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning. In which case, the winner is determined by the score when the game is called.
  • Regular Season Games that are suspended do not carry over to the following day. However, for MLB Post Season Games, Semi Finals and Final of the World Baseball Classic (WBC) that are suspended (not cancelled), bets will carry over until the game is ruled final.
  • College World Series games that are suspended are considered to be in a long rain delay and will be graded when the game reaches its official ending.

Baseball lines

Baseball games can be wagered three different ways: Money Line, Run Line and Totals. For the Totals and Run Lines we use a 20 cent line. The favorite has the negative number next to it showing the price you have to lay to play that side and the underdog almost always has a positive number next to it showing the price you would win by playing it. Below is an example of a typical baseball game.

Mets - Hampton -134 9ov -105
Marlins - Dempster +124 9un -115
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on the Mets, you would be risking $134 to win $100.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on the Marlins, you would risk $100 to win $124.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on over 9 runs, you would risk $105 to win $100.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on under 9 runs, you would risk $115 to win $100.

When betting Baseball Money Lines you can chose the following options for your wagers: ACTION, LISTED PITCHERS (LP), YOUR TEAM'S PITCHER (PT) or OPPOSING PITCHER (TP).

NOTE: The starting pitchers are determined after the first pitch. In the event of a pitching change prior to the game, the money price may be adjusted and your bet may change if you play with action.

Action:
Your wager is team against team regardless of who the starting pitchers are. In case of a pitching change, your price will be adjusted to the opening number of the actual starting pitcher.
Listed Pitchers (LP):
Your wager is predicated on both listed pitchers throwing at least one pitch for you to have action. Both pitchers must start in order for you to have action on your wager, otherwise the bet will be declared NO ACTION after the game is final.
Your team's Pitcher (PT):
You are only taking the listed pitcher of the team you are wagering on. The pitcher selected must start the game for your wager to count. Any pitcher can start for the opposing team. In case of a pitching change on the opposing team, the price will still adjust to the opening price of the actual starters.
Opposing Pitcher (TP):
You are listing the opposing team's pitcher. Any starter can pitch for the team you selected. The opposing team's pitcher has to start. In the case of a pitching change on your team, the price will be adjusted to the opening price of the actual pitchers.

The other way to wager on a baseball game is to bet the run-line. Every favorite will be - 1 ½ runs and could either be plus or minus money.

Below is an example of what a run-line looks like.

Mets - Hampton +1 ½ +115
Marlins - Dempster -1 ½ -135

If you wager $100 on the Mets, you have the Mets minus 1 ½ runs risking $100 to win $115. If you wager $100 on the Marlins, you have the Marlins plus 1 ½ runs risking $135 to win $100.

When wagering on Total Runs (over/under) and Run Lines (run spread) the game must go 9 innings (8 ½ if the home team is winning). If the game is suspended after 9 innings, the final score (for wagering purposes) is determined by the last full inning of play unless the home team scores to tie or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning. In which case, the winner is determined by the score when the game is called. If with this rules the game is a TIE, Run Lines and Totals count. All wagers on Total Runs and Run Lines are ALWAYS with Listed Pitchers (LP). If both pitchers scheduled to pitch at the time of the wager do not throw at least one pitch then the wager will be cancelled. Wagers on Total Runs and Run Lines are refunded in the event of a pitching change when the game is final.

We do NOT accept Parlays, If Bets or Round Robins with the same game's Total and Run Line. Any wager of such type can be cancelled by us without prior notice.

RAIN or SHINE Rule: Baseball Props including 1st Score, Yes/No Score in 1st inning, 1st 5 inning line are graded as soon as that event occurs. For 1st 5 inning line the game must go into the 6th inning of play for action. Bets are final even if the game gets rained out or suspended.

2ND HALF LINES: 2nd half baseball score includes from the top of the 6th inning till the end of the game including extra innings. The game must be completed for action (9 full innings or 8.5 innings if the home team is winning). All wagers on the 2nd half lines are action regardless of the pitcher. If Games are suspended and MORE than 9 innings have been played the score will revert back to the last COMPLETE inning.

For baseball props and Alternate Runlines and Halves, ALL listed pitchers must go. On the player to get most total bases, the following scoring system is used: Single = 1 base, Double = 2 bases, Triple = 3 bases, HR = 4 bases. Both players + starting pitchers must start for action. On Pool events ALL PLAYERS ARE ACTION unless otherwise specified. Baseball props can be used for Straight bets, Parlays, If Bets and/or Round Robins (NO TEASERS) as long as the other Team in such wagers does not belong to the same Family. Any wagers within the same Family (OR PROPS USED IN TEASERS) will be cancelled by us without prior notice.

Baseball Series: Baseball Series are games played between two teams (Regular Season Only). Neither team can play any other opponent between the scheduled games in the series. The following are the main rules used to grade the Baseball Series:

  • All games in a series count towards wager. In a four game series 2-2 is a tie.
  • A series is considered action if one game has been played.
  • If a game during the series is called, this game will be considered good for the series as long as one of the teams is officially declared the winner of the game.
  • All wagers are based on ACTION in regard to the pitchers in each games.
  • A suspended game from a previous series that is completed is not considered part of the current series.
  • These rules may differ from other sportsbooks.

So if a series starts on Friday and ends on Monday, it will be graded out on Monday, with all games counting towards the result.

College World Series games (all college baseball games) that are suspended are considered to be in a long rain delay and will be graded when the game reaches its official ending.

For the World Baseball Classic (WBC), during the first two rounds of play, both sides and totals have action regardless of the Mercy Rule. For the Semi Finals and Final of the WBC, the Mercy Rule is not in effect therefore games will follow normal playoff rules. In case of discrepancy or items not covered, Las Vegas gaming rules will apply.

Totals, Runs, Hits and Errors: A game must go 8 and a half innings if home team is winning, or 9 if the road team is winning for action.

** Exception: Playoff baseball games do not fall under the suspended game rule in accordance to Major League Baseball guidelines to finish all games. If a game is suspended due to weather or darkness all bets will remain pending until the game is declared final.


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Hockey

  • Games are official after 55 minutes of play.
  • Wagering will be accepted using the Goal line, (Puck line) or Money line as well as Total Goals Scored (over/under) in the game by both teams.
  • 2 lines will be offered for Hockey games:
    1. COMPLETE GAME RESULT = MONEY LINE & TOTAL: The game must play to completion. For grading purposes, all goals scored during regulation time and over time are counted, plus one goal for the winner of a shootout if it occurs.
    2. 60 MINUTE RESULT = MONEY LINE, PUCK LINE or GOAL LINE plus TOTAL: This wager will be graded after regulation time and does not include OT or Shootout goals. Any GOALS scored in overtime or in the shootouts DO NOT count towards any wager in the 60 MINUTE RESULT.

Below is an example of a typical Hockey game.

Penguins -145 5.5 -150
Sharks +125 5.4 +130
GL Penguins -1 ½ +130
GL Sharks +1 ½ -150
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on the Penguins, you would be risking $145 to win $100.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on the Sharks, you would risk $100 to win $125.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on over 5.5 goals, you would risk $150 to win $100.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on under 5.5 goals, you would risk $100 to win $130.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on GL Penguins -1 ½ goals, you would risk $100 to win $130.
  • If you want to place a $100 wager on GL Sharks +1 ½ goals, you would risk $150 to win $100.

Example of a Shootout game: A game goes into overtime with a score of TeamA 3 and TeamB 3 (tied 3-3) and no team scores in the Overtime period. The winner of the shootouts will be awarded a goal making the final score TeamA 4 and TeamB 3. With this result the total for both teams combined will be 7 and the winner of the game (Money Line wagers/Complete Game result) will be TeamA. Any 60 MINUTE RESULT wagers and the Goal line wagers will be decided with the 60 minute result of 3-3 tie.

  • Hockey Props including 1st Score, 1 Period line are graded as soon as that event occurs. Bets are final even if the game gets suspended.
  • On player props, both players must play in the game for action. On Pool events ALL PLAYERS ARE ACTION unless otherwise specified. On Pool events ALL PLAYERS ARE ACTION unless otherwise specified. Hockey props can be used for Straight bets, Parlays, If Bets and/or Round Robins (NO TEASERS) as long as the other Team in such wagers does not belong to the same Family. Any wagers within the same Family (OR PROPS USED IN TEASERS) will be cancelled by us without prior notice.

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Soccer

For soccer games there can be four different types of lines:

1. Spread Wagering (90 Minutes: 1st and 2nd Halves plus injury time):
Only includes 1st and 2nd halves plus injury time to decide the winner of the bet. Does not include any shootouts if any or overtime (Extra Periods). The possible results in the game include a home win, an away win or a draw.
2. Final Result Wagering:
Includes 1st and 2nd halves, injury and overtime periods. You bet on the team that will advance or will be declared the winner of the match, therefore any shootouts goals help determine the winner. One team must win the match.
3. Three Way Result (90 Minutes:1st and 2nd Halves plus injury time):
Includes 1st and 2nd halves and any injury time, does not include overtime or shootouts. You can bet on Team A, Team B or a Tie.
4. Total Wagering (90 Minutes: 1st and 2nd Halves plus injury time):
Includes 1st and 2nd halves plus injury time. Does not include shootouts of any or overtime unless specified otherwise.
5. Correct Score (90 Minutes: 1st and 2nd Halves Plus Injury Time):
Includes 1st and 2nd Halves plus injury time. Does not include shootouts of any or overtime unless specified otherwise.
6. Double Result (1st half + game result)
Includes 1st and 2nd Halves plus injury time. Does not include shootouts of any or overtime unless specified otherwise.

We do not accept Parlays, If Bets, Reverses or Round Robins with the same game's Three Way Line or Goal Line to the Game Total. . Any such wagers will be cancelled by us without prior notice.

World Cup, Eurocup, Copa America, African Cup Of Nations, Gold Cup

  • 1st Round: Spread Wagering, Total Wagering and Three Way Result.
  • All Next Rounds: Spread Wagering, Three Way Result and Final Result Wagering. Total in the game does not include any overtime or Shootout goals.

English Premier League, Italian Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga, Dutch League, Costa Rican League, French league, Mexican League (or any other country league)

  • Regular Season: Spread Wagering and Total Wagering.

UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup

  • 1st Round: Spread Wagering. Total Wagering and Three Way Result.
  • All Next Rounds: Home and Home games (2 games matches).
    • 1st Game: Spread Wagering, Total Wagering and Three Way Result.
    • 2nd Game: Spread Wagering, Total Wagering and Three Way Result. Does not include Overtime or Shootouts, NO Tie Breaker Formula is applied. Total in the game does not include any overtime or Shootout goals.
    • Final Round: One Game: Spread Wagering, Total Wagering, Three Way Result and Final Result Wagering. Total in the game does not include any overtime or Shootout goals.

Major League Soccer

Regular season includes:

  • 90-minute result only for side and total.
  • There are no shootouts at the end of the game; teams can end up in a tie.

Asian Handicap Lines

Asian Handicap line ¼ (0.25) goal.
Team giving -¼ (-0.25) goals:
Win by any score: All bets are winners.
Draw: Half the stakes are refunded. The other half of the stake is declared a loser.
Lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +¼ (+0.25) goals:
Win by any score: All bets are winners.
Draw: Half the stake is settled at the price of the chosen selection. The other half is refunded.
Lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Handicap line ½ (0.5) goal.
Team giving -½ (-0.5) goals:
Win by any score: All bets are winners.
Draw: All bets are losers.
Lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +½ (+0.5) goals:
Win by any score: All bets are winners.
Draw: All bets are winners.
Lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Handicap line ¾ (0.75) goal.
Team giving -¾ (-0.75) goals:
Win by 2 or more: All bets are winners.
Win by exactly 1: Half the stake is settled at the price of the chosen selection. The other half is refunded.
Draw or lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +¾ (+0.75) goals:
Draw or win by any score: All bets are winners.
Lose by exactly 1: Half the stake is refunded. The other half is declared a loser.
Lose by 2 or more: All bets are losers.
Handicap line 1 goal.
Team giving -1 goals:
Win by 2 or more: All bets are winners.
Win by exactly 1: All bets are void and refunded.
Draw or lose: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +1 goals:
Win by any score or draw: All bets are winners.
Lose by exactly 1: All bets are void and refunded.
Lose by 2 or more: All bets are losers.
Handicap line 1 ¼ (1.25) goals.
Team giving -1 ¼ (-1.25) goals:
Win by 2 or more: All bets are winners. Win by exactly 1: Half the stake is refunded. The other half is declared a loser. Draw or lose by any score - All bets are losers.
Team receiving +1 ¼ (+1.25) goals:
Win by any score or draw: All bets are winners. Lose by exactly 1: Half the stake is settled at the price of the chosen selection. The other half is refunded. Lose by 2 or more: All bets are losers.
Handicap line 1 ½ (1.5) goals.
Team giving -1 ½ (-1.5) goals:
Win by 2 or more: All bets are winners.
Win by exactly 1, draw or lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +1 ½ (+1.5) goals:
Lose by exactly 1, draw or win by any score: All bets are winners.
Lose by 2 or more: All bets are losers.
Handicap line 1 ¾ (1.75) goals.
Team giving -1 ¾ (-1.75) goals:
Win by 3 or more: All bets are winners.
Win by exactly 2: Half the stake is settled at the price of the selection. The other half is refunded.
Win by 1, draw or lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +1 ¾ (+1.75) goals:
Lose by 1, draw or win by any score: All bets are winners.
Lose by exactly 2: Half the stake is refunded. The other half is a loser.
Lose by 3 or more: All bets are losers.
Handicap line 2 (2) goals.
Team giving -2 goals:
Win by 3 or more: All bets are winners.
Win by exactly 2: All bets are void and refunded.
Win by 1, draw or lose by any score: All bets are losers.
Team receiving +2 goals:
Lose by 1, draw or win by any score: All bets are winners. Lose by exactly 2: All bets are void and refunded. Lose by 3 or more: All bets are losers.
  • The same rules apply for any higher Asian handicap lines such as -2 ¼, -3 ¾ etc.
  • Soccer totals that use Asian Handicap lines also follow the same principles of ¼ goals towards grading.

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Golf

These are the ways that we offer for Golf Betting:

  1. To Win the Tournament: Customers bet on one of the players to be the champion of the Tournament.
  2. To Finish in the Top 5: The Top 5 finishers and anybody who tied with the fifth finisher.
  3. To Finish in the Top 10: The Top 10 finishers and anybody who tied with the tenth finisher.
  4. Match-ups: We pair up players and the customer picks one of them to have a better record than the other. We offer Match-ups for the entire tournament and on major events we also offer Round Match-ups betting.
  5. 3 Ball Betting: In 3 Ball Betting 3 golfers are matched up and the golfer with the best score wins the pool. 3 Ball Betting can be offered for the entire tournament or for a specific round. If two players are tied for the win in the pool then prices will be split between the number of winning players (2). If the 3 players are all tied in their scores then the 3 Ball Betting is considered NO ACTION and all wagers will be refunded.
  6. 6 Ball Shooter: In 6 Ball Shooters 6 golfers are matched up and the golfer with the best score wins the pool. 6 Ball Shooter can be offered for the entire tournament or for the specific round. If two players are tied for the win in the pool then prices will be split between the number of winning players. If the 6 players are all tied in their scores then the 3 Ball Betting is considered NO ACTION and all wagers will be refunded.
  7. Top Player in a group: On major tournaments we offer pools such as TOP AMERICAN player in the tournament. In such pools if ties for the best position occur, the prices will be split between the number of winning players.
  8. Round Leader: On major tournaments we offer a pool for the best score in a specific round of play. In such pools if ties for the best score occur, the prices will be split between the number of winning players.

For Matchups, To win Tournament, Top 5 or Top 10, the player must tee off in order to be considered action. If a player does not tee off, then any wager involving him would be considered no action and will be cancelled. The exception to this is when the wager is made in a future book pool when all players have action.

If a players tees off, he is in action regardless of the number of holes played.

Example of a Tournament Matchup:

Fred Funk - 125
Joe Durant +105

In this tournament match-If a customer picks Fred Funk, the wager is on Fred Funk to have a better record than Joe Durant. Not necessarily that Funk must win the championship but that he will end up in a better position than Durant. Both players must Tee Off in the tournament for the matchup to have action. In a two-player match-up wager, the player completing the most holes is declared the winner. If both players complete the same number of holes then the lowest score wins.

Specific Rounds: Aside the odds to win the whole Tournament, we may also offer odds to win a specific round. So a customer can bet on a player to win the 3rd round only. If this is the case we will specify that the bet is for the round only and not for the whole tournament. Both players must tee off in the specified round for action.

When a point scoring method is used such as Stableford, then the highest number of point wins. The only exception to this rule is when a tournament is rain shortened and the final scores are determined by the PGA usually by reverting back to the last completed round.

On Top Player betting or Group betting if two or more players tie for the best place in the pool, the prices of the wagers will be divided by the number of the winning players.

We ONLY accept Straight Bets when wagering on Golf regardless if it is a wager on To Win Tournament, Top 5, Top 10, Tournament Matchups, Round Matchups or Top Player Betting. Any other type of wager that is not a straight wager (Example: Parlays, If Bets, Reverses and/or Round Robins) will be cancelled by us without prior notice.


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Boxing | Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) | UFC

For boxing there are three types of wagers:

  1. To Win the Fight: Picking the fighter that the customer thinks will win the fight. Draws will cancel these wagers.
  2. Total of Rounds: Customer will either go over or under a number of rounds in which the fight will be finished.
  3. Correct Result Wagering: Players can wager on which boxer will win the fight and the manner in which the fight is won. A KNOCKOUT includes Technical Knockouts (TKO) and Disqualifications (DQ). A DECISION is determined to be anytime the judge's scorecards are used to determine the winner of the bout regardless of the round in which this occurs. DRAW is a wagering option and if a DRAW occurs the other Correct Result Wagers will be losers.

Lets say the line on the rounds in a fight is 4.5. If a player takes the over, he's saying that the fight will last more than 4.5 rounds. That would be 4 full rounds and the first 1.5 minutes into the 5th round (1 minute and 30 seconds).


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Tennis

There are three ways that we offer for Tennis Betting:

  1. To Win the Tournament: Customers bet on one of the players to be the champion of the Tournament.
  2. To Win the Match: Picking the player that the customer thinks will win the match. The match is official if a ball gets served. After that, if a player withdraws he will be declared the loser no matter the score at the time.
  3. Props: Player to win the 1st set, Total Number of games or sets, etc.

1st set wagering (to win set, 1st set props, etc): 1st set must be completed for all wagers in the 1st set to have action. If after the 1st set is completed the match gets cancelled for any reason, all 1st set wagers are still considered good.

Match props (games or sets spread betting, exact result betting, etc): the match must be completed for wagers to have action, if one of the players retires or by other causes the match is not finished then all wagers will be considered NO ACTION.

All tennis wagers are good even if the matchup date and time changes due to weather or any other cause.

We ONLY accept Straight Bet Wagering on Tennis matchups, props and futures. Any Other wagers such as Parlays, If Bets, Reverses and/or Round Robins will be cancelled by us.


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Autoracing

We will offer FUTURE POOLS for NASCAR, NATIONWIDE, INDY and F1 racing. This FUTURE POOLS all wagers are considered ACTION even if the driver does not qualify to the main race.

After the qualifying rounds we will offer odds to Win the Race, Finish in the Top 3, Top 5 or Top 10, YES/NO on this finishing positions, Race Matchups and Group Betting. For all this type of wagers the driver MUST start in the main race for action.

On Group betting if two or more players tie for the best place in the pool, the prices of the wagers will be divided by the number of the winning players.

We ONLY accept Straight Bet Wagering on Auto Racing matchups, props and futures. Any Other wagers such as Parlays, If Bets, Reverses and/or Round Robins will be cancelled by us.


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General Props Rules

Football, Basketball, Hockey and ALL other sports team and player props:

  1. Head to head player props both players must play in the game to have action.
  2. In props involving multiple players from each team all player are action unless otherwise specified on the wager.
  3. In Pool events all players are action, if two or more players tie for the best place in the pool, the prices of the wagers will be divided by the number of the winning players.
  4. Team and Player props can be used for Straight bets, Parlays, If Bets and/or Round Robins (NO TEASERS) as long as the other Team in such wagers does not belong to the same Family. Any wagers within the same Family (OR PROPS USED IN TEASERS) will be cancelled by us without prior notice.

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Live In-Game Lines Wagering

Live In-Game Lines are available for Straight Wagers and internet wagering only. All bets for such wagers take into consideration the score of the full match, event or game (unless otherwise specified).

Line In-Games Lines will be offered on important events and regular rules for the sport apply to such lines. We reserve the right to take down the Live In-Game Lines at any moment of the game.

In-Game Lines wagers cannot be cancelled by the player.

We reserve the right to cancel any In-Game Line wager by any reason including obvious bad lines.

For more information Please contact our wagering or customer service department.


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Parlay Cards Rules

In the event of a suspended or canceled game, the Parlay Card will have action and the game in questions will be taken out of the Card (Example: a 5 team Parlay Card will become a 4 team Parlay Card.) In 3 team Parlay Cards if one of the games is suspended or cancelled the Parlay Card will have no action and the funds will be reimbursed to the client.


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Horseracing

Horse wagers are accepted on major stakes races only. These races are determined to be any Graded Stakes Race and includes the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, Belmont Stakes and Breeder Cup races.

Max Payouts

Win / Place / Show 15 / 6 / 3
Exactas 50
Quinellas 50
Daily Doubles 50

Thoroughbred / Quarter Horses / Harness

Limits
Major Tracks $400 WPS and $40 Exactas, Quinellas, Daily Doubles, Parlays
Minor Tracks $200 WPS and $20 Exactas, Quinellas, Daily Doubles, Parlays
Other Tracks $40 WPS and $10 Exactas, Quinellas, Daily Doubles, Parlays
WE DO NOT OFFER:
  • House Quinellas
  • Pick 3's
  • Pick 6's
  • Trifectas

Post Times & Grading Procedure

Every bet has a time label which will be compared to the system's time in which the race started. The bet's time must be the same or earlier than the system time of the race for the bet to be good.

Off-Times For Harness Tracks

  1. Major Harness tracks: Tracks that post OFF TIMES on their websites are graded from that site. When a track does not offer POST TIMES on their site, we will verify the race at the time the wager is made using a website offering live odds. We do not accept any bets when it is POST TIME.
  2. Smaller or obscure harness tracks: Wagers will be accepted until the scheduled POST TIME of the first race. This information is available at the track's official website.
  3. THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION ON POST TIMES AND THE DECISION AT THE TIME OF WAGER IS FINAL.

4.When a ticket is changed or cancelled by the customer, a new Post Time will be issued by the clerk. Any changes made AFTER the Off Time of the race are null and void.

Horse Racing Props

We offer 2 types of "Props" for major horse races:

  1. POOL: for example Odds to Win the Kentucky Derby. This type of wager is taken on an ACTION basis. Action means you have action on the wager regardless if the horse actually starts the race.
  2. MATCHUPS: for example A vs. B, or will A WIN or NOT WIN a particular race. These wagers are taken on a MUST GO basis. MUST GO means the horse must be a declared starter for wagering purposes.

Horse Match-ups Rules

The winner of a match-up will be determined by the highest placed finisher involved in the match-up. At least one horse must finish for the match-up to be graded.

In any horses match-up, all horses must go for wagers to have action.

Match-ups are determined by horse name. Any track coupling or entry is irrelevant towards determining the winner of a match-up.

In a match-up between one named horse and the Field, wagers will have action if and only if the named horse starts. Scratches of horses in the Field will not affect the standing of the wager.

No rebate will be paid for Horses Match-ups.


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