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Football   back

On straight bets, player lays $11 for every $10 player wishes to win.

Example :

Date Game Teams Side Total
8/22/96 17 Chargers +3.5 45
04:30PM 18 Dolphins -3.5  

The Dolphins are a 3.5 point favorite. Player would lay $110 to win $100 or $550 to win $500, etc., on either team or the total.

The point spread is always given on the favorite. If player wagers on the favorite, that team must win by more than the amount of the point spread. If player wagers on the underdog, that team can win the game or lose by any amount less than the point spread. On all straight bets (except Parlays), if the favorite wins by the exact point spread the wager is a Push or "No Action".

The number to the right of the Chargers (in the example above) is the over/under (Total) number. Players can wager that the combined score of both teams will be either over or under this number. Overtime scores are counted in the score. When wagering on over/under (Total) and the score falls on the Total it will constitute a "No Action" wager, and all money will be credited accordingly.

On parlay bets you may combine two to five teams or totals in a single wager. All teams included in a parlay must win by more than the point spread. Over/Under (Total) must be as wagered. In the case of "No Action" or tie, parlay is reduced to the next lower number of selections. A two-team parlay would be reduced to straight bet.

Odds for Parlay and Teaser "Cards" can be viewed when making Parlay or Teaser card wagers.

On teaser bets you may combine two to ten teams in a single wager. A teaser bet allows you to adjust the point spread in your favor by 6, 6.5 ,7, (College) 7.5 or 10 points in football. All teams selected must win by more than the adjusted point spread.

Buying points is allowed except for spreads of '+/-3'

Canadian, Pro and College Football Teaser Payoffs:

College 6 Pt 6.5 Pt 7 Pt 7.5 Pt 10 Pt
2 Team Even 10/11 10/12 10/13 5/11
3 Team 9/5 8/5 3/2 6/5 10/12
4 Team 3/1 5/2 2/1 9/5 N/A
5 Team 9/2 4/1 7/2 3/1 N/A
6 Team 7/1 6/1 5/1 4/1 N/A
7 Team 9/1 17/2 8/1 7/1 N/A
8 Team 14/1 13/1 12/1 10/1 N/A
9 Team 19/1 18/1 17/1 15/1 N/A
10 Team 25/1 24/1 23/1 20/1 N/A
 
Pro 6 Pt 6.5 Pt 7 Pt 10 Pt
2 Team 10/11 10/12 10/13 10/25
3 Team 17/10 8/5 3/2 10/13
4 Team 13/5 12/5 2/1 N/A
5 Team 9/2 4/1 7/2 N/A
6 Team 7/1 11/2 5/1 N/A
7 Team 9/1 17/2 8/1 N/A
8 Team 13/1 12/1 10/1 N/A
9 Team 18/1 16/1 15/1 N/A
10 Team 25/1 23/1 20/1 N/A
 
Canadian 6 Pt
2 Team 10/12
3 Team 3/2
4 Team 5/2
5 Team 4/1
6 Team 11/2
7 Team 7/1
8 Team 10/1
9 Team 15/1
10 Team 20/1

*TIES REDUCE except for TWO (2) TEAMERS where a tie and a win, would be considered a "PUSH (No-Action)".

Basketball   back

On straight bets, player lays $11 for every $10 player wishes to win.

Example :

Date Game# Teams Side Total
11/22/96 17 Bulls +3 202
07:30PM 18 Heat -3  

The Heat is a 3-point favorite. Player would lay $110 to win $100 or $550 to win $500 etc, on either team or the total.

The point spread is always given on the favorite. If a player wagers on the favorite, that team must win by more than the amount of the point spread. If a player wagers on the underdog, that team can win the game or lose by any amount less than the point spread. On all straight bets (except Parlays), if the favorite wins by the exact point spread the wager is a Push or "No Action".

The number to the far right of the Bulls (in the example above) is the over/under (Total) number. Players can wager that the combined score of both teams will be either over OR under this number. Overtime scores are counted in the score. When wagering on over/under (Total) and the score falls on the (Total), it will constitute a "No Action" wager, and all money will be credited accordingly.

On parlay bets, you may combine two to five teams or totals in a single wager. All teams included in a parlay must win by more than the point spread. Over/Under (Total) must be as wagered. In the case of "No Action" or tie, parlay is reduced to the next lower number of selections. A two team parlay would be reduced to straight bet.

Odds for Parlay and Teaser "Cards" can be viewed when making Parlay or Teaser card wagers.

On teaser bets you may combine two to ten teams in a single wager. A teaser bet allows you to adjust the point spread in your favor by 4.5, 5, 5.5, or 8 points in Basketball.

BASKETBALL TEASER PAYOFFS :

  4.5 Pt 5 Pt 5.5 Pt 8 Pt
2 Team 1/1 10/11 10/12 5/12
3 Team 9/5 8/5 3/2 10/13
4 Team 3/1 5/2 2/1 N/A
5 Team 9/2 4/1 7/2 N/A
6 Team 7/1 6/1 5/1 N/A
7 Team 10/1 9/1 8/1 N/A
8 Team 15/1 13/1 11/1 N/A
9 Team 19/1 17/1 15/1 N/A
10 Team 25/1 23/1 20/1 N/A

*TIES REDUCE except for TWO (2) TEAMERS where a tie and a win, would be considered a "PUSH (No-Action)".

Baseball   back

Wagering on baseball is done by laying or taking money odds using a 20 cent line for straight bets, therefore if a team is -120, the opposing team would be even money another example would be one team -130 the opposition would be +110, 20 cents is the differential up to 195 where a 25 cent line will be employed and higher when the price is over 200. Over/Under (Total) bets area 20-cent line.

Example :

Date Game# Teams Side Total
11/22/96 13 Astros(Williams) +115 11o20
04:30PM 14 Braves(Davies) -135  

Atlanta is the favorite and Davies is the scheduled pitcher. The -135 to the right of the pitcher names the odds on the game. A player would lay $135 to win $100 on Davies/Atlanta or $100 to win $115 on Williams/Houston. In the event of a pitching change prior to the game, the price may change. An "Action Wager" on a team without regard to the starting pitcher is subject to an odds adjustment. Any wager marked "Listed Pitcher" is subject to both starting pitchers actually starting the game. If pitchers are not exactly as named, it will constitute a "No Action" wager, and all money will be credited accordingly. A pitcher is deemed a starting pitcher after delivering the first pitch for his team.

The number to the right of Houston is the over/under (Total) with a corresponding money line. A player would lay $120 to win $100 on the total for over 11 or $100 to win $100 for under 11. If there is not a money line indicated the over/under (Total) is pick and the player would lay $110 to win $100. If the score falls 11, it will also constitute a "No Action" wager, and all money will be credited accordingly.

Rules for wagers on the Run Line are the same as those for Baseball Totals. If there is a pitching change prior to a game, all wagers will be graded as "No Action". All run line wagers are automatically Listed Pitchers. When wagering on "Grand Total Runs", all games must finish with a decision, other wise the wager will constitute "No Action" and be graded accordingly.

NOTE : For Baseball future wagers, all bets are action regardless of team relocation or name changes.

Rules for Baseball 3 Games Series Prices.
  1. All games must be played within the stated three (3) days.
  2. At least two games must be played for wagers to have action.
  3. Wagers will be graded as soon as one team wins two games.
  4. If only two games are played and one team wins both games then all wagers on that team will be paid as winners.
  5. All 3 Game Series is Action Goes even though the option for listed pitchers is offered.

On baseball parlays you may combine two to ten teams into a single wager. In the case of a push, ALL parlays are reduced to the next level. For example, a two-team parlay would be reduced to a straight bet. Parlay odds are calculated by taking the amount of the wager plus win on one game and applying it all on each successive game.

Hockey   back

For wagering purposes all NHL games will be based on the NHL Complete Game format where the game must be played to completion. For grading purposes, all goals scored during regulation and overtime are counted, including the one goal for the winner of a shootout if it occurs.

Wagering on hockey is done by laying or taking goals and money odds using a 20 cent line for straight bets, therefore a -110 on each side is a pick game, -115, and -105, -120 and +100 etc.

Example :

Date Game# Teams Puck Money Total
11/22/96 7 Bruins +1.5 -140 7o30
04:30PM 8 Kings +1.5 + 120  

The Kings are the favorite. A player could lay -1.5 goals and $100 to win $120 on the Kings. The Kings must win by two or more goals. A player could wager $140 and take +1.5 goals to win $100 on the Bruins. The Bruins must win or lose by less than two goals.

The number to the right is the total and is used for an over/under bet with a corresponding money line. A player would lay $130 to win $100 on the total for over 7 or lay $100 to win $110 for under 7. If there is not a money line indicated the total is pick and for an over or under bet the player would lay $110 to win $100. When wagering on total pucks and the score falls 7, it will constitute a "No Action" wager, and all money will be credited accordingly.

On hockey parlays you may combine two to five teams into a single wager. Parlay odds are calculated by taking the amount of the wager plus win on one game and applying it all on each successive game.

Horse Races   back

Horse races will be track odds up to a maximum, check Bet-Types on the Horse Racing Menu for maximum payouts. Horse Racing wagers are considered TIME BETS and if wager is placed after the true off-time of the race the wager will be cancelled.

Horse wagers have action once the horse starts the race.

Boxing   back

Boxing fights are official for betting purposes once the bout is started. The winner of the fight whether through KO, decision or other would determine the winning bet. A draw in the match would deem bets on both fighters a push with stakes refunded. UNLESS a DRAW option was offered; In this case, bets on both fighters would lose and only bets on the DRAW would win. When a round total (over/under) is offered, a 1/2 round indicates an exact half round. For example, a bet on over 4 1/2 rounds means that the bout must go past 1 minute and 30 seconds in the 5th round to cover.

PICK The ROUND : Betting means just that, you pick which round the boxer will win the fight. If the fight ends in a 12 round decision or draw the bettor loses. If one or both fighters fail to answer the bell for a round, the fight is judged to have finished in the previous round. If the scheduled number of rounds is changed all bets on "Pick the Round" are void.

Soccer   back

In soccer the home team is usually on top. Wagering on Soccer consists of "Straight" and "Parlay" betting.

Straight betting : simply involves betting on the outcome of a match in 90 minutes (i.e. 1st Half and 2nd Half injury and stop time included), choosing whether the game will end in a HOME win, an AWAY win, or the DRAW. This is known as 3 way betting, which means that there can only be one outcome. So if the scores are tied at the end of the regulation 90 minutes (injury time and stop time), then the DRAW is the winner and all bets on both teams will be losers. Extra time (overtime-30 mins) does not count in this instance v as in many Cup matches, when goals are scored in extra-time, they do not count for betting purposes. When totals are made available with a draw line the over/under will be the score after 90 minutes (injury time and stop time) of play only. For Two (2) Way Betting on Soccer games, Extra Time will be counted towards the final score.

Parlay betting : is simply a string of single bets. All three selections must win, in order for the entire parlay to win. A loss within the parlay means that the entire parlay will be graded as a loss.

Tennis   back

When wagering on tennis matchups, both players must start the match for your wager to have action. Once the match begins, at least one set must be completed to have action. This means that If a player retires, or is disqualified, after one full set has been completed, the bet stands. However, if a player retires, or is disqualified, before one full set has been completed, your bet is void (cancelled) and your stake will be refunded. Regardless of who is leading after one full set has been completed, it is the player who advances that is deemed the winner. If a tennis match that is in progress or has not yet started is postponed to the next day due to rain, bad light or any other reason, then all wagers on that match will remain active until the completion of the match.

Auto Racing   back

The official NASCAR winner of the race shall be the winner of the race for wagering purposes.

In Match-Ups, all drivers MUST start the race or the wager will be deemed No Action. A driver is considered starting the race after completing one (1) lap.

Golf   back

In the event that a tournament does not go the specified number of completed holes (usually 72), and PGA officials shorten the tournament, the leader at the end of number of holes determined to be official by PGA officials shall be the winner.

In the event that two (or more) golfers are tied for the lead at the end of regulation play, sudden death playoff occurs to determine the winner of the tournament. In some cases PGA officials may also have the individuals play a specified number of holes to determine the tournament winner.

In the event PGA officials order a specified number of holes to be played to determine a winner, the golfer with the lowest score after the specified number of holes have been completed shall be declared the winner, and 2nd, 3rd, etc would be determined by the scores of the remaining golfers.

Both golfers in a Match-up must tee off to start the tournament or that match-up is "No Action". The Golfer with the better (lower score) wins the match-up (with equal rounds played). If one golfer continues play after his opponent has missed cut, withdrawn, or has been disqualified, the golfer who continues wins the match-up. The tournament must be completed within one week or "No Action". Future odds to win, place or show, if more than one golfer ties, then the fixed odds on wager will be adjusted to share the payout among the tied players.

Special: Futures+Props   back

All bets confirmed after a determining announcement will be deemed NO ACTION.