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Betting Rules: General

Each individual sport has its own betting rules that are detailed in the section that relates to that sport. The following however, are general rules that apply to all sports bets:

1) You are deemed to have read, understood and accepted the rules of our site by opening an account.

2) Winner Sports reserves the right to refuse the whole, or any part, of a bet requested for any reason.

3) Winner Sports reserves the right to close any account it wishes without any obligation on its own part to state a reason.

4) Winner Sports reserves the right to change any of our published rules at any time without any prior notification.

5) Prior to placing a wager, it is the account holder's responsibility to be fully aware of all rules that relate to that wager.

6) Regardless if the account holder has read the rules or not, the placement of a wager signifies acceptance of all rules that relate to that wager.

7) i) All prices are subject to change and are available up to and including the official start time of the event in question.

ii) If situations where the official start time is not advertised, bets are accepted up to the advertised start time.

iii) With the exception of live markets, bets that are inadvertently accepted after the official or advertised start time will be made void.

8) If you reside in a jurisdiction that states Internet Gambling is illegal, you are not authorized to place a bet with Winner Sports. It is your responsibility to check and comply with all relevant laws of your own jurisdiction prior to placing a bet with Winner Sports.

Any action that results from the use of the Winner Sports website in territories where gambling is illegal, Winner Sports cannot be held responsible for.

9) i) Irrespective of where it may be physically situated, Winner Sports cannot be held responsible for failure of any equipment that prevents the placement of any bet or contact with any of our offices.

ii) Any bet that is requested online is confirmed by the ‘bet accepted' message being returned, and the subsequent bet is then displayed immediately in the ‘My Account' section of the Winner Sports website.

iii) Winner Sports accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any bets that are submitted but not confirmed by our software in the above, or any other manner.

10) Should any error occur on your account, either from a bet or any other form of transaction, it is your responsibility to inform us immediately of such an error. Any funds or winnings that are credited to account due to such an error are not available for use and Winner Sports reserves the right to void any transactions that involve such funds.

11) Only bets made with available funds in a player's account will be accepted.

12) i) Where a dispute arises which cannot be resolved by our customer service staff, it will be passed to senior management for a decision. Any disputes, which cannot be mutually resolved, will be referred to the Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC).

ii) Where there is evidence of price or match rigging, we reserve the right to make bets void or withhold payment pending the outcome of any investigation.

iii) No claims or disputes will be considered more than 90 days after the settlement date of the original transaction.

13) Whilst Winner Sports always endeavours to ensure complete accuracy in relation to the announcing, publishing and issuing of prices or any betting information. Therefore Winner Sports cannot accept any responsibility for any errors and reserve the right to correct said errors. If a bet is accepted in error and it is a pre-event bet it will either stand at the correct price, terms or market conditions or be cancelled and funds returned to a players account. If a bet in accepted in error and it is placed on a live event, all such bets will be made void.

14) For the purposes of settlement, for any multiple bet that is placed, the individual bets are calculated as distinct bets.

15) If a dead heat should occur in any sporting event, the player's stake will be divided by the total number of selections that are involved in the dead heat. The reduced stake will then be used to calculate the players bet at the full odds. The remainder of the stake will be lost.

16) If the same selection is backed to win two or more events in an accumulative bet, irrespective of any individual odds quoted a special combined price will apply. If no special combined price is available than settlement will be based on the first available offs after each leg has been completed.

17) For a variety of different sports, enhanced multiples can be offered. The combined odds will be increased from what they would normally return and be presented as one price.

i) For betting purposes, if any number of the selections that are involved in an enhanced multiple is either void or a push, the bet will stand on the remaining selections and bets will be settled at the respective prices that were available at the time of the bet placement.

ii) Winner Sports does not accept multiple bets if the outcome of one part of a bet can contribute to the outcome of the other, unless special odds are quoted. If such a bet is taken in error, the stake will be divided equally between the separate single related bets.

iii) If you place a bet online and your bet slip contains related selections or markets, only the unrelated multiples will be placed. This will reflect in the total stake of your bets. Only no valid, unrelated bets are returns allowed to be claimed. If you hold any doubt as to the selections you have selected being related or not, please contact the Winner Sports customer service team for a full explanation. Any bets placed in error will not have the stakes refunded.

18) Unless otherwise stated, all bets accepted will be settled on the official result.

19) On some events special related prices may be available. These will be displayed on our website. Any such special bet will be settled in accordance with the unique rules that are set for the bet in question.

20) If any errors are brought to our attention more than 6 months after the official result of the last selection that ran on a bet, we cannot guarantee to pay or correct any such errors.

21) Winner Sports will only accept bets that are made through our website. Any bets that are requested by phone, email, post or any other method will not be accepted.

22) Winner Sports reserve the right to withhold payment, pending the outcome of any subsequent investigation and ultimately to declare bets on an event to be void after such an investigation, if any evidence of price, race or match fixing is found.

23) Winner Sports reserve the right for any payment claims to be submitted in writing to our customer service department if evidence of rigging exists or if there is evidence of a series of bets each containing the same selection(s) have been placed by or for the same individual or a syndicate of individuals.

24) Winner Sports reserves all rights to void any transaction(s) if an individual or individuals are suspected of acting either in conspiracy or concert: An example would be organisations, clubs or employees/agents or other bookmaking companies.

25) Winner Sports reserve the right to disclose any relevant confidential information to a sport's governing body or their representatives, in relation to an official enquiry that takes place regarding suspicious betting activity on an account, on the condition they consent to keeping such information confidential.

26) For any markets that are odd/even, zero will always be considered an even number.

27) Payout Limits

The maximum that will be paid out on any one bet daily is €50,000. This excludes the original stake. This limit applies to any one customer, or a group of customers who act together by backing the same combination of selections. This will also apply even if bets have been placed over a number of days at a range of prices using different betting accounts and a series of bets. If Winner Sports suspect a number of bets have been placed this way, the total combined profit of said bets will be limited to one single maximum payout. Winner Sports are not liable in any way to any perceived loss of profits.

 

28) Change of Venue

Unless our sports rules specifically state otherwise, if, for any listed match the venue is changed to the original away team's ground, bets placed on the original listing will be declared void. If the venue is changed to anywhere other than the away team's ground, bets will stand provided the home team is still designated as such.

 

29) Postponement

Unless our sports rules specifically state otherwise, if an event is postponed and does not start at its scheduled start time, bets will be void unless the event is rescheduled within 24 hours at the same venue. If an event is rescheduled to a different venue than all bets will be made void.

 

30) Enhanced Multiple

If any selection is either abandoned, cancelled, postponed or otherwise declared void, the full bet will be deemed to be void and the stake will be refunded.

 

31) Live Betting (In-Running)

In-play selections are subject to fluctuation and therefore prices are displayed as a guide only for In-play bets and may differ from the price at the time of bet placement.

 

 

American Football

1) For all pre-game bets the overtime periods count, unless otherwise stated.

2) At least 55 minutes of play must have elapsed for bets to stand.

3) In relation to Handicap betting, if the final score is tied after the handicap has been deducted, al stakes on sides and totals betting will be returned.

4) Specials

i) Unless settlement of a bet is already determined, the event must finish for bets to stand.

ii) All bets on a player will be made void if he plays no part in a game. Players must be listed as active as per the official NFL gamebook.

iii) Half-time/Full-time – Predict the result at both er half and the end of regulation play (over time does not count).

iv) 1st Touchdown Scorer – As per the official NFL gamebook, players must be listed as active.

v) For the purposes of settlement, quarterback passing yards are based on gross yards.

vi) Regular Season Wins – All 16 regular season games must be completed by teams for bets to stand.

5) For bets to stand, all events and matches must be played on the scheduled date. If an event does not play on the scheduled date, but on a different date, then bets will be void.

6) For any other instances or rules that are not covered here, Las Vegas Rules will apply.

Athletics

1. Diamond League/Grand Prix/Indoor Meetings

Prices will be offered on selected events. Where prices are offered for a given event then selected athletes will be quoted. Only the quoted athletes count for settlement purposes. In the event of one or more of the quoted athletes being declared a non-runner then the entire market will be void. All quoted athletes must start for bets to have action. I.A.A.F official results are used for settlement purposes - the winner being deemed as the highest placed of the four athletes quoted upon completion of an event.

2. Olympics/European and World Championships - Outright/Group/Heat/Round/Tournament Betting

All bets stand except for those placed on participants not competing in first round heats/qualification. Participants awarded gold, silver and bronze medals at the medal ceremony will be deemed 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively for betting purposes. We reserve the right to apply a Rule 4 (Deductions) in the event of a withdrawn participant prior to the start of an event.

Australian Rules Football

1. For settlement purposes all bets are based on the official result however conditions may be applicable to specific bet types.

2. When the draw option is offered, the bet is settled based on the result at the end of normal time (i.e. extra time is not included).

3. If a match is abandoned, or postponed, and not played within 7 days of the originally advertised start time, bets will be void.

4. For match winners and goal kicking options, all players must be in the starting line-up for bets to stand unless otherwise specified. The statistics used by the official AFL website (www.afl.com.au) will be the statistics used for payout purposes.

5. For Brownlow and Coleman Medal markets, win and place will be paid on first, second and third. All-in betting only. In the event of a tie between two or more players, dead heat rules apply.

6. For the Premier State market, payouts will be determined by the home state of the team that wins the Grand Final.

Baseball

1. 5 innings of play, or 4.5 innings if the home team is leading, must occur for moneyline winners to be deemed official.

2. 9 innings of play, or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading, must occur for all bets on total runs over/under or run lines to stand.

3. Unless it is specified otherwise, all bets will be regarded as ‘listed pitchers'. All wagers will be made void if the starting pitchers are not exactly as listed or quoted.

4. Outrights

Teams must complete at least 160 regular season games for regular season wins/match-up bets to have action.

5. Player Specials

i) Pitching Specials – At least one pitch must be thrown by the pitcher, for bets to stand.

ii) Player Specials – for bets to stand on betting related specials, the player in question must have at least one bat.

iii) Most Strikeouts – For bets to stand, 1 pitch from both of the pitchers must take place.

iv) Most RBI's – Dead heat rules may apply. The player must be in the starting lineup for bets to have action.

6. For bets to stand, all events and matches must be played on the scheduled date. If an event does not play on the scheduled date, but on a different date, then bets will be void.

7. For any other instances or rules that are not covered here, Las Vegas Rules will apply.

Basketball

1. For NB bets to stand at least 43 minutes must have been played for bets to have action. WNBA and College basketball 35 minutes of play must have elapsed for bets to have action. For bets to stand on any other type of game, 40 minutes of play must have elapsed.

2. Game handicap, money line, or total points (over/under) include any overtime scoring unless otherwise stated.

3. In European Basketball, overtime will only count to determine the game handicap, money line and total points (over/under) and not a two game series result.

4. Overtime does not count to 4th quarter wagering.

5. Unless specified otherwise, all events must be played on the scheduled date and at the scheduled venue for bets to stand.

6. An NBA basketball team must play all 82 games for wagers on Season wins to have action.

7. For any occurrences not covered here, Las Vegas Rules will apply.

8. All players must take the court and play for action. Results are based on the official stats from the game. Team rebounds do not count towards total rebounds. Unless otherwise specified, overtime counts.

9. Half-Time/Full-Time

Overtime will not count towards the result.

 

Beach Volleyball

1. Unless the outcome has already been decided, all bets will be void if a match fails to start for any reason. Postponed matches will be void with the exception of Olympic and World Championship events.

Set Winner

1. The set in question must be completed for bets to stand.

Bowling

Non-runner no-bet. The event must start within one week of the scheduled start for bets to stand. Outright markets may be subject to a Rule 4 (Deduction).

Match Betting

A match must be played within 48 hours of the original scheduled start time for bets to stand. If a match does not take place for any reason (e.g. a player withdraws injured) all pre-match bets will be void and stakes returned. In the event of a match starting but not completed then the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner.

With the exception of Premier League Bowls in the event of a tie, then the result at the end of the tie-breaker will be used for settlement purposes. In Premier League Bowls, a tie price is offered.

Set Betting

Will be void if the match is not completed.

Nationality of the Winner

The winner is determined by the country that he/she represents. See www.worldbowlstour.com.

In-Play - Next End Winner

 

In the event of an end finishing in a tie then all bets will be void and stakes returned.

 

Boxing/MMA

1.All bets will be void if a fight ends in a draw and no odds have been quoted for a draw.

2.Regardless of any changes in rounds or titles, all bets on fight winner will stand.

3.Knockouts (KO) include technical knockouts (TKO) and disqualification for the purposes of settlement.

4.If the full number of rounds have been not completed yet decided by a points decision, or a boxer is disqualified, for settlement purposes bets will be settled on the round in which the fight ended.

5.In order for ‘To Win on Points' bets to have action, the full number of rounds must be completed.

6.Bets will stand for 30 days if a fight is postponed.

7.Regardless of any official decision, the fight will be deemed to of ended in the last completed round if a fighter fails to answer the bell for the next round, for round to round betting.

8.All round by round bets will be made void if the scheduled number of rounds change in a fight.

9.Any future appeals will not affect the settlement of a bet/market as all bets will be based on the immediate official result following a fight.

10.The Over/Under rounds bet type is a bet on the total number of completed rounds in a particular fight. For the purpose of this bet, the halfway point is deemed to be 1 minute and 30 second for a 3 minute round, 1 minute for a 2 minute round and 2 minutes and 30 seconds for a 5 minute round.

Cricket


General

1.Single bets and upwards are accepted for cricket matches.

2.If a match is postponed, all bets will be made void.

3.If a venue is changed then all bets will still stand provided the team that was already designated as the home team is still classified as such. If the two teams home and away, are reversed, then all bets placed prior to our website being updated will be made void.

4.For bets to stand, at least one ball must be bowled in play after a bet is made.

5.An innings is deemed to of naturally ended when the batting team is all out, has declared, or has won the match.

Match Betting

6.For settling purposes, a match is considered to be tied when both sides have the same score. For the result to be deemed a tie the side batting last must have completed its innings. For settlement purposes the term completed its innings means if all innings are completed, play is terminally stopped by weather or bad light, or, in limited-overs cricket the set number of overs has been played.

7.If a match is tied and the outcome is then decided by any other form (with the exception of a coin toss) then all bets will be settled on that outcome. If the match remains tied then dead heat rules will apply and all bets on the draw will be losing bets.

8.An innings is deemed to of naturally ended when the batting team is all out, has declared, or has won the match.

9.If a match is cut short and does not run for its intended length including matches affected by weather conditions, bets will be settled according to the official competition rules.

10.If no official result is declared, all bets that have not already had a winning market established will be made void. Winner Sports reserve the right to void any bet when a match is affected by outside interference. Outside interference does not include any weather related events.

11.If, for some reason the scheduled number of games is not played, bets will stand on those games that are played. However, correct score bets will be deemed void if the scheduled games are not all played.

Top Batsman/Batsman Match Bets

12.Unless otherwise stated, all bets struck on Top Batsman/Batsman Match Bets will be for the 1st innings only.

13.For the purposes of settlement, players that are in the starting 11 will be deemed to be active participants in the match, regardless if they bat or not.

14.Any bets placed on a player not in the starting 11 will be made void.

15.At least 50% of the scheduled of the overs must be played after a bet has been placed for bets to stand, unless All Out.

16.For match bets both players selected must face at least 1 ball for bets to stand. If both players do not face at least 1 ball, bets will be made void.

17.Unless otherwise stated, dead heat rules will apply in the event of a tie.

Top Bowler/Bowler Match Bets

18. Top Bowler/Bowler Match Bets will be based on the whole match, unless otherwise stated.

19.For the purposes of settlement, players that are selected in the starting 11 will be deemed to be active participants in the match for Top bowler bets, regardless if they bowl or not.

20.Any bets placed on a player not in the starting 11 will be made void.

21.At least 50% of the scheduled of the overs must be played after a bet has been placed for bets to stand, unless the innings have finished in a natural way.

22.If two or more bowlers finish the match on an equal number of wickets, then the winner will be deemed the bowler who has conceded the least amount of runs. In the event that 2 or more players are still tied, dead heat rules will apply.

23.For the purposes of settlement, in Bowler Match Bets both players must bowl at least one ball for bets to stand, otherwise all bets will be made void.

Total Runs

24.Unless a winning market has been established, or a match/innings has ended naturally, at least 90% of the full number of scheduled overs must be bowled for bets to stand.

Runs Scored in a Specified Period

25.Extras and penalty runs will be included.

26.The full number of specified overs must take place for bets to stand, unless the innings/match has reached its natural conclusion or further play cannot affect the result.

27.Any change in fielding restrictions due to a reduction in scheduled innings overs will not affect the settlement of this market.

Batsman Total Runs

28.The batsman must reach the crease for bets to stand, otherwise bets will be void.

29.The batsman's total will determine the settlement of the bet regardless of whether he retired injured, weather stopped play or if he left the playing field for another reason.

Wickets Taken In a Specified Period

30.The full number of specified overs must take place for bets to stand, unless the innings/match has reached its natural conclusion or further play cannot affect the result.

31.Any change in fielding restrictions due to a reduction in scheduled innings overs will not affect the settlement of this market. 1st 15 Over Handicap Markets

32.The full number of specified overs must take place for bets to stand, unless the innings/match has reached its natural conclusion or further play cannot affect the result.

33.Any change in fielding restrictions due to a reduction in scheduled innings overs will not affect the settlement of this market.

Next Man Out 34.Unless a price is offered on a "neither" market, bets on the next man out will be deemed void if neither player is out. If either player retires, bets will be void.

 

Total Number of Fours or Sixes

35.One ball must be bowled in both innings for bets to stand, otherwise bets are void.

36.Fours or Sixes must come off the bat to be counted towards the total.

Highest Opening Partnership

37.One ball must be played in each team's innings for bets to stand, otherwise bets are void.

Handicaps

38.The handicap will be given in the form of runs or wickets if one team is perceived to be weaker than the other team.

39.The handicap is added at the end of the match.

40.Match Betting rules apply for Match Handicap betting.

Score at Fall of Specified Wicket

41.Bets are settled on the batting team's score at the time which said wicket falls.

42.Retirements are not taken into consideration for purposes of settling.

43.If the specified wicket does not fall before the end of the batting teams innings, bets will be made void.

Specialty Bets

44.Specialty markets may be offered from time to time on this site. If stated, the playing rules here will not govern these bets and additional betting rules will be displayed and applied for these bets.

Curling

1.Regardless of how many ends have been played, all markets will be settled on the final score. This is inclusive of any extra ends. This rule applies to total, handicap and match betting.

2.If a blank end occurs, all bets on end winner or that end will be void.

Cycling


Outright Race Markets

1. All cyclists will be considered as runners whether they compete or not up to the start of the first stage.

2. In the event that outright markets are updated between stages, any riders will be considered void for bets if the bet is placed after the previous stage.

Outright Race Match Bets

3. For bets to stand both riders must start the race.

4. The official finishing position in the competition will determine the winner.

5. If one of the riders does not complete the race, whichever rider started the most stages will be deemed the winner for the purpose of settlement.

6. If both riders fail to finish the race and both have completed the same number of stages then the result is a dead-heat.

Stage Markets

7. Any non starters will be considered void.

Stage Match Bets

8. Both riders must start the stage for bets to stand.

9. Official finishing positions within the stage will determine the winner for the purpose of settlement.

10. If one of the riders fails to complete a stage, the other rider will be deemed the winner, regardless of their finishing position.

Darts

1.Regardless of a player competing or not, all outright bets will stand.

2.Whichever player progresses through to the next round will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes should a match start but not be completed.

3.The full number of sets/legs required to win the match must be obtained for bets to stand in any set/leg markets.

4.Provided one leg has been played, match bets will stand on the official result.

5.For settlement purposes, in Premier League darts events, if a match is offered three way than a tie option will be available. If a match is offered two way and the match ends in a tie, than all bets will be void.

6.If the full number of sets/legs are not completed, than bets will be void on any match market, with the exception of markets where the outcome has already been determined at the time of abandonment.

Floorball

1. Overtime does not count, all bets will be settled at the end of regulation time.

Football


General

1. Bets are void unless a winning market has been established if a match has been abandoned and not replayed.

2. For the purpose of settlement, ‘full time', '90 minute play' and ‘normal time' denotes the scheduled 90 minutes of play inclusive of injury time or unless otherwise stated. If a match is abandoned prior to the completion of normal play then all bets where a winning market has not already been established will be made void.

3. Bets will be accepted up to the kick off time of the game in question with the exception of in-play bets, where available.

4. Winner Sports strives to provide accurate information, it is still the customers responsibility to ensure all information is accurate and up to date, prior to bet placement.

Time Of Bets

1. Time of bets are bets in which you have to predict the time from a range of options of a specified event to happen.

2. Bets will be settled according to the times that are displayed of the major TV broadcasting the relevant game.

3. Time of first booking will be when the first card was shown and time of first corner will be when it was taken, not awarded.

4. OPTA Index will be used and considered as final for any decision event that may be in dispute.

Time Definition

1. 45 minutes denotes the period off play from the start of a match, to the start of half time, inclusive of any stoppage play. 90 minutes refers to all period of play up to and including the whistle at the end of normal play, inclusive of any stoppage or injury time but not including any additional extra time.

2. For settlement purposes, the moment a game is started the first minute has started so if an event occurred at 33:36, it would be settled as the 34th minute.

3. At the time of abandonment, all markets that have winning selections or the time period has elapsed can be settled in accordance with Winner Sports advertised rules, and any other bets will be void in accordance with the previously stated rules in the General Betting Rules of our help section. Any bets that involve a time period at the time of abandonment will be made void and settled a non-runners for settlement purposes.

First Goalscorer Scorecasts

1. This is a combined bet in which you are predicting who the first goalscorer will be and the correct score at full time. As the two parts of the bet are related, special odds are offered for this bet and therefore would differ from the two individual bets combined as a standard double.

2. If a player enters the field of play after the first goal has been scored, or does not take part in the game then the bet is automatically settled as a correct score bet at the relevant odds.

3. If an own goal is scored first, then the next goal scorer will be classified as the first goalscorer for settlement purposes. If there are no further goals, then the bet will be automatically settled as a correct score bet at the relevant odds.

4. If a match is abandoned and not resumed within 24 hours of the original kick off time, the bet will be void if no goals have been scored at the point of play being stopped. If a goal has been scored the bet will be settled as a first goalscorer bet at the relevant odds.

Last Goalscorer Scorecasts

1. This is a combined bet in which you are predicting who the last goalscorer will be and the correct score at full time. As the two parts of the bet are related, special odds are offered for this bet and therefore would differ from the two individual bets combined as a standard double.

2. If a player enters the field of play after it is not possible for the correct score part of the bet to be achieved, or does not take part in the game then the bet is automatically settled as a correct score bet at the relevant odds.

3. If an own goal is scored last, then the second to last goal scorer will be classified as the last goalscorer for settlement purposes. If all the goals in a game are own goals, than the bet will be automatically settled as a correct score bet at the relevant odds.

4. If a match is abandoned and not resumed within 24 hours of the original kick off time, the bet will be void if no goals have been scored at the point of play being stopped. If a goal has been scored the bet will be settled as a first goalscorer bet at the relevant odds.

Wincast

1. This is a combined bet in which you are predicting if a player will score at any time and what the final score of a game will be. . As the two parts of the bet are related, special odds are offered for this bet and therefore would differ from the two individual bets combined as a standard double.

2. The chosen player must start the match otherwise bets on that player are void and the stake is transferred to a single correct score bet.

3. In the event that a match is abandoned after the named player has scored the bet will be settled at the anytime goalscorer price.

4. In the event that a match is abandoned and the named player has not scored the bet will be void.

First Goalscorer

1. This is a prediction on who the first goal scorer will be during a game. Unless otherwise stated, bets will be for normal time only.

2. Any bets on players that take no part during a game, or players that enter the field of play after the first goal (provided it is not an own goal) has been scored will be made void.

3. Own goals do not count for settlement purposes so the next goal will be classified as the first goal should the first goal be an own goal.

4. A price will be offered for No Goalscorer.

Last Goalscorer

1. This is a prediction on who the last goal scorer will be during a game. Unless otherwise stated, bets will be for normal time only.

2. Bets on players that take no part in the game, will be made void.

3. Own goals do not count for settlement purposes so should the last goal be an own goal, the second to last goal will be classified as the last goal for settlement purposes.

4. A price will be offered for No Goalscorer.

Anytime Goalscorer

1. This is a prediction on a player to score at any point during a game. Unless otherwise stated, bets will be for normal time only.

2. Bets on players that do not take part in the game, will be made void.

3. A price will be offered for No Goalscorer.

Total Goals – Odd or Even

1. For settlement purposes, 0 is considered an even number.

2. If a match is abandoned, all bets are made void, if it is not replayed within 24 hours of the original kick off time.

3. Own goals are included, along with goals scored in 90 minute play only.

Half Time Correct Score

1. This is the score at the start of half time.

2. Half time denotes play up to and including the end of the first half, inclusive of any stoppage time.

3. If the match is abandoned prior to half time being achieved, all bets will be made void.

1st Half Goals

1. To predict the total number of goals in the first half, inclusive of any stoppage time or injury time.

2nd Half Goals

1. To predict the total number of goals in the second half, inclusive of any stoppage or injury time. The second half is from the start of the second half, to full time.

To Keep a Clean Sheet

1. This is a bet in which you predict one team will prevent the opposing team from scoring a goal.

First Team to Score

1. Predict which of the two teams in action will score the first goal.

2. Own goals do not count.

3. If no goals are scored, bets are void.

Last Team To Score

1. Predict which of the two teams in action will score the last goal.

2. Own goals do not count.

3. If no goals are scored, bets are void.

4. If the match ends with a single goal, then the team that scored the goal will be settled as the first and last goalscorers.

1st Team Scorer

1. Predict which player will score a goal first for the team that they are playing for.

2. Own goals do not count.

3. Selection does not need to be 1st goalscorer in the game, rather first for their team.

Goal Scorer Match Bets

1. Both designated players must start in the match for bets to stand. If both players do not start, bets are void.

Player To Score Two or More Goals

1. Predict if a selection will score two or more goals in the specified game.

2. Own goals do not count.

Player To Score a Hatrick

1. Predict if a selection will score three or more goals in the specified game.

2. Own goals do not count.

Postponed Matches

1. If a match is postponed bets will stand if the game is replayed with 24 hours of the scheduled kick off time.

Football Fixed Spreads

1. All results are taken from 90 minute play only.

2. Unless a winning market has been established, bets will be void if a match is not completed.

3. For an explanation of the booking points please see our booking points section.

4. Own goals count.

5. Final results are based on OPTA statistics.

Asian Handicaps

1. An Asian Handicap is a special type of handicap bet.

2. Bets will be void if an error is made.

Goal Line Market – Over/Under Goals

1. Regardless of the time of the goal in a match, for settlement purposes all goals are included.

2. Split line bets when a goal total is equal to one of the lines sees the stake split between two, one half on each selection.

Combination Bets

1. If a match is abandoned or postponed and not replayed within 24 hours of the kick off for the match in question, the bet will be settled on the remaining selections at the prevailing odds.

2. If a player plays no part whatsoever in the game then the bet will be settled on the remaining selections.

In-Play

1. In-play selections are subject to fluctuation and therefore prices are displayed as a guide only for In-play bets and may differ from the price at the time of bet placement.

2. Prices/markets may not be available In-play at important moments in a game.

3. Markets that relate to the second half only are displayed during half time.

4. Own goals count and are settled on the team that was awarded the goal for the Team To Score The Next Goal live market.

Next Goal Scorer

i) Settlement is based on the player classified by the Press Association at the match. Any subsequent changes will not count for settlement purposes. Any further enquiries will not count for settlement purposes.

ii) While every effort is to provide prices for all available players, if a goal is scored by a player that was not originally listed, they still count as the next goalscorer for settlement purposes and all other selections will be deemed to be losers.

iii) Any bets on players that take no part during a game, or players that enter the field of play after the first goal (provided it is not an own goal) has been scored will be made void.

iv) If a result is not available from the Press Association, then the National Newspaper of the country where the game is played will be used for settlement purposes.

v) Own goals do not count.

6. All bets are settled, for Asian Handicap In-play markets are settled according to the score for the game time after a bet has been struck only.

Total Corners

1. All time up to and including the full time whistle, exclusive of extra time, counts.

2. A corner must be taken to count for settlement purposes.

3. If a corner is re-taken, than for settlement purposes only 1 corner will be counted.

4. Unless a winning market has been established, bets will be void if the match is abandoned.

1st Half Corners

1. All time up to and including the half time whistle counts.

2. A corner must be taken to count for settlement purposes.

3. If a corner is re-taken, than for settlement purposes only 1 corner will be counted.

4. Unless a winning market has been established, bets will be void if the match is abandoned.

Multi Corners

1. Predict which range the number of corners in the 1st half multiplied by the number in the 2nd, will occur.

2. A corner must be taken to count for settlement purposes.

3. If a corner is re-taken, than for settlement purposes only 1 corner will be counted.

4. Unless a winning market has been established, bets will be void if the match is abandoned.

First Corner

1. If no corner is taken, bets will be void.

Total Goal Scorer Shirts

1. Predict the overall total of shirt numbers of the goalscorers in one or multiple matches.

2. If any goal is an own goal, the shirt number of the scorer of the own goal will count. It will count towards the side which is credited with the goal.

3. In the event of uncertainty about who scored the goal, settlement will be determined by the OPTA.

4. For the purposes of any bet on shirt numbers, a player will be deemed to wear throughout the game the shirt worn at the start of play (or in case of a substitute, when he comes on to the pitch).

5. Any player whose shirt bears no number on his first joining the field of play will be allocated number 12.

Bookings

1. Predict if the total number of booking points are under, within or over a specified points range.

2. Points are given based on the following criteria: 10 points for a yellow card, 25 points for a red card.

3. The maximum total that any player can reach within a match is 35 points (one yellow and one red – a second yellow is automatically counted as a red card).

4. Players must be on the field and during normal play when receiving their booking for it to count towards the final total.

Next Card Betting

1. Predict which team will receive the next card in a game.

2. If two players are shown a cad for the first incident, it is the player who is physically shown the card first will count as the winner for settlement purposes.

Goals x Corners

1. In this bet, customers predict whether they think the total number of goals in a match multiplied by the total number of corners taken will be higher than, lower than or within a particular range.

Match Handicap

1. A handicap will be given to the team which is deemed by Winner Sports based on their perceived strengths or weaknesses.

2. At the end of the match the handicap figure is added to the final score.

3. A tie market will be offered, where available.

4. If a tie market is not offered, then bets will be void.

Total Goals

1. Predict if a group of matches will produce either under, within or over a specified range.

2. If a match is abandoned, for settlement purposes there will be deemed to be 2.5 goals in that fixture.

3. Bets will be void if over a third of matches are abandoned from the selected games.

Team To Win By Most

1. Predict which team will have the largest winning margin from a group of selected games.

Team To Win Both Halves

1. Predict which team will win both halves.

2. Each half will be treated individually for settlement purposes.

An example would be if Hull won their game 1-0 and scored in the 1st half, they would of deemed to of won the 1st half, but not the second as the score from the individual second half would be 0-0.

How Will the Match Be Won

1. Predict in what period the winning team will be declared afterwards. The option include 90 minute play, extra time, and penalties.

Divisional Betting

1. Playoffs are not included however any points deductions or other penalties imposed prior to the end of the season will count.

2. Any deductions or penalties imposed after the end of the regular season will not count.

Divisional Relegation

1. Any points deductions imposed prior to the regular season being completed count.

2. Any deductions or penalties imposed after the end of the regular season will not count.

3. Any team relegated for any other reason than league position, will be deemed losers for settlement purposes.

Season Match Bets

1. Playoffs are not taken into consideration.

2. Any points deductions prior to the end of the season will be taken into consideration when settlement occurs.

Season Group Bets

1. Playoffs are not taken into consideration.

2. Any points deductions prior to the end of the season will be taken into consideration when settlement occurs. Finishing Positions

1. Multiple bets are not accepted if the selections are in the same division.

2. Playoffs are not taken into consideration.

3. Any points deductions prior to the end of the season will be taken into consideration when settlement occurs.

Expected Points

1. Multiple bets are not accepted if the selections are in the same division.

2. Playoffs are not taken into consideration.

3. Any points deductions prior to the end of the season will be taken into consideration when settlement occurs.

Managerial Sack Market

1. The end of the season is denoted to be the end of the regular fixture list, playoffs are not included.

Related Bets

1. Related multiple bets, unless a special price is offered, are not permitted and any such bets that are accepted in error will have the stake split equally between the selections for settling purposes.

Transfer Specials

1. If an official announcement is made by the clubs announcing that a fee/deal has been agreed before the time that the bet is placed, Winner reserves the right to void bets.

Golf

1. If a player does not start a tournament, then all bets on that player will be made void. For the purposes of settlement, a player is deemed to of started the tournament of they have teed off.

2. Playoffs will be used to determine win bets in the event of a tie.

3. If a tournament is cut short for any reason, the official result will be used for the purposes of settlement. If a bet has been placed and there is either no further play or the further play does not affect the official result, than that bet would be made void.

4. Dead-heat rules will apply if two or more players finish with the same score in three ball betting.

5. Bets will be settled on the original players relative scores should a two ball or three ball round is rearranged with different players after the bet is struck.

6. For settlement purposes, the player that has completed the most holes in '72 Match Hole' betting will be deemed the winner. If both players have completed the same number of holes than the player with the lowest score will be deemed the winner.

7. Play offs will count for ‘Top Player Group' bets. In the event of a tie, dead-heat rules will apply.

8. For the purposes of settlement the winning player for ‘Tournament Group' bets will be the one with the lowest score. In the event of a tie, dead-heat rules will apply.

Greyhounds

1. Unless a Show or Early price is either offered or requested all bets placed on Greyhound races will be settled at SP.

2. Each Way Terms are shown below are determined by the number of runners at the start of a race, not when the bet was struck.

2-4 Runners – Win Only

5-6 Runners - ¼ Odds 1-2

3. If a race has Early prices available, and a greyhound is withdrawn, than all bets on the withdrawn selection will be made void and all bets on the other still active selections that have been struck with a price, will be settled at SP.

4. Bets are only accepted on unnamed first favourites only in greyhound racing. Any bets inadvertently struck on unnamed second or third favorites will be made void. In the event of joint or co favourites being returned stakes will be divided equally between the number of joint or co favourites.

5. Forecast bets are accepted for greyhound races that contain 3 or more runners. Unnamed favourites are not accepted in forecast bets.

6. Whilst forecast doubles are accepted, forecast trebles and accumulators are not accepted.

7. If a tricast bet is accepted on a race where no tricast dividend has been declared, than bets will be settled as a forecast on the first two nominated selections.

8. Bets will not be void for any Ante-post greyhound selections that are wagered on, but subsequently do not race in the stated ante-post race. All prices on such events are classed as ante-post up to and including either the semi-final or penultimate race of the event. All bets placed after that time are classed as ‘non-runner, money back' and therefore may be subject to a rule 4 deduction.

Handball

1. Bets will be void unless a game is played within 48 hours of the original advertised start date.

2. Unless otherwise stated, overtime does not count and all bets will be settled at the end of regulation time.

3. For the purposes of settlement only goals scored in regular and overtime count for Top Tournament Goalscorer.

4. For bets to stand, players must play in a tournament.

5. A player must have a minimum of one minutes overtime for play special bets to stand.

Horse Racing

1. Horse racing data is licensed from the British Horse Racing Authority.

2. Any queries regarding errors should be made through the Winner Sports customer service department within 14 days of settlement of the disputed bet.

3. Selected races, dependent on the number of runners, may be win-only races.

4. If place bets are accepted for a particular race, the place part must be of an equal amount to the win part. Any funds accepted for a place part in excess of a win part in error, will be deemed void and returned to the client.

5. If overnight declarations stand when a race has been postponed for another day, then bets will stand.

6. Selections will be made void and treated as a non-runner for multiple bets in the following circumstances.

i) If a race is abandoned.

ii) If the race is officially declared void.

iii) If the venue is altered.

iv) If the running surface is altered.

v) If conditions of a race are altered after a bet has been struck.

7. Dead-heat rules will apply where applicable.

Starting Prices

1. The starting price (SP) is the price that is available for a selection at the time the race starts.

2. All bets will be settled on the SP unless a show or early bird price is available and requested. If no official SP is returned, the last industry show price that was passed will be used for settlement purposes of bets that have been struck at SP. If no industry show is given, the last Winner Sports available price will be used for settlement purposes.

Each Way

1.Unless each way is selected, all bets are settled to win.

2.Unless specified otherwise, each way bets are settled according to the following place terms:

Number of Runners Handicap Races Non-Handicap Races
At Starters Orders    
2-4 'To win' only offered 'To win' only offered
5-7 1st 2 places at 1/4 odds 1st 2 places at 1/4 odds
8-11 1st 3 places at 1/5 odds 1st 3 places at 1/5 odds
12-15 1st 3 places at 1/4 odds 1st 3 places at 1/5 odds
16+ 1st 4 places at 1/4 odds 1st 3 places at 1/5 odds

3. The table shown above is applicable to bets struck at the starting price, show price or early price.

4. If a race is completed and there are insufficient number of finishes for the place terms stated above, only runners that are officially placed will be classified as successful selections. Bets that have been struck on non-runners will be classed as losing selections.

5. Each way bets are settled on a win-to-win, place-to-place basis.

6. If an each way bet is placed for a win only race or event, than for settlement purposes the total stake will be placed on the ‘to win' section of the bet.

Forecast Betting

1. Forecast bets are accepted for races with 3 or more actual runners.

2. Bets are settled in accordance with the computer straight forecast dividend. If no dividend is declared, than forecasts will be settled in relation to the NSL straight forecast chart as long as there are 3 or more runners in the race.

3. Early or show prices may be taken in straight forecasts, this is known as a fixed price forecast. If any withdrawals total a Rule 4 deduction of 10p in the pound or greater than the forecast will be settled in accordance with the straight forecasts struck without a price.

4. Unnamed favourites are not accepted for forecast betting.

5. If a race is completed with only 1 official finisher, than forecasts will be settled as a single win bet at SP on the horse that completed the race for forecasts that selected that horse to come first in their forecast. All other forecasts will be losing bets.

6. If a forecast contains a non-runner, than the entire stake will be placed as a win only bet on the other selection.

7. In the event of a dead heat, separate dividends will be declared for all the horses involved in the dead heat and forecast.

8. In the event of a dead heat in a fixed price forecast, dead-heat rules will apply.

Tricast Betting

1. Fixed price tricasts are accepted at Winner Sports, when available

2. If a fixed price tricast is placed, and there are then subsequent non-runners which cause a Rule 4 of 10p in the pound or greater, than the tricast will be settled as a dividend tricast. In the event that no tricast dividend is returned, the bet will be accepted as a computer straight forecast dividend on the first two selections, irrespective of where the 3rd selection finishes.

3. In the event of a dead heat for any of the 3 placed selections, separate dividends will be declared.

4. In the event of a dead heat for a fixed price dividend, dead-heat rules will apply.

Favourites

1. Unnamed Favourites are Win Bets only.

2. If you place a bet on the unnamed favourite/s, and two or more selections start at the shortest odds, than your stake will be divided equally between the selections involved.

3. If, regardless of a result, the return on a favourite bet is equal to or less than the original stake, than the stake will be returned. If the selection is part of a multiple bet, for settlement purposes it will be deemed to be a non-runner.

4. All bets on the favourite will be declared void if the favourite is withdrawn before ti came under starters orders and there is insufficient time to form a new market.

5. If a joint, or co favourite, is withdrawn prior to coming under starters orders and there is insufficient time to form a new market, than the part of your stake that would go on that selection would be voided.

Late Withdrawals

1. If a horse is deemed by the starter to of taken no official part in a race, or it is withdrawn before coming under starters orders, than it will be deemed to be void with stakes refunded and the remaining selections would be subject to deductions in accordance with Tattersalls' Rule 4(c).

2. The deduction will be based on the following scale:

Price of withdrawn horse at time of withdrawal Amount deducted from winnings
1/9 or longer odds on 90p in the £
2/11 to 2/17 85p in the £
1/4 to 1/5 80p in the £
3/10 to 2/7 75p in the £
2/5 to 1/3 70p in the £
8/15 to 4/9 65p in the £
8/13 to 4/7 60p in the £
4/5 to 4/6 55p in the £
20/21 to 5/6 50p in the £
Evens to 6/5 45p in the £
5/4 to 6/4 40p in the £
13/8 to 7/4 35p in the £
15/8 to 9/4 30p in the £
5/2 to 3/1 25p in the £
10/3 to 4/1 20p in the £
9/2 to 11/2 15p in the £
6/1 to 9/1 10p in the £
10/1 to 14/1 5p in the £
Over 14/1 No deduction

3. If two or more horses are withdrawn before coming under starters orders total deductions will not exceed 90p in the £.

4. If further withdrawals are made after a new market has been formed, than the newly formed prices may also be subject to a rule 4 deduction.

Show Prices and Early Prices

1. Prices for all events, markets and races are never fixed and can always be subject to fluctuation.

2. The show price is the price on offer at a race course immediately prior to a race starting.

3. All prices displayed on site for a race up to and including approximately 15 minutes before a race are unique prices compiled by, and for, Winner Sports.

4. If your preference is to bet at show or early prices Winner Sports advices you that you would have to select the appropriate drop down box located within your betslip.

5. Should a horse be withdrawn and the associated deduction is made under Tattersalls' Rule 4(c), no show price can be displayed or wagered on, if no new market is reformed.

6. If a horse is withdrawn, provided it has not come under starters orders, than all stakes will be refunded on that selection but the remaining selections may be subject to a Tattersalls' Rule 4(c) deduction. The deductions will be based on the first advertised price available. If a new market is reformed however, deductions will be based on the first available price after the original deduction. Had been made and the market reformed.

7. Bets will be settled on the result that excludes any reserve runners, unless early prices had been offered for the reserve runners, then they would be settled on the official result.

Void Races and Walkovers

1. Any horse involved in a void race or a walkover will be considered a non-runner for the purpose of settling, however the races will still count.

Postponements and Abandonments

1. With the exception of ante-post races, and exceptional situations, all bets will be made void, if a race course is abandoned or postponed to a different day.

2. If weather conditions force times to be set back for races, the settling of all bets will be governed by the original advertised off time.

Re Run

1. If a race is re run for any occurrence, selections that take no part in the re run will be made void. A Tattersalls' Rule 4(c) could be applicable to any returns from the remaining selections.

2. The number of selections in the re run, will determine the place terms.

Reserves

1.  Some races contain reserves, who may or may not be priced in our early prices lists. The finishing positions of any of these reserves will count whether they are priced or not.

 

2.  The price of any reserves which run, will be offset against any  Rule 4 deduction applicable from the non-runner(s).

3.  If a reserve is priced in our Early Prices Lists and subsequently becomes a Non Runner there shall be no Rule 4 deduction as a result of the withdrawal. However if a reserve takes the place of a withdrawn horse and therefore becomes an official runner after the racecourse declaration stage (ie 45 minutes before the first race) then there will be a  Rule 4 deduction applicable from that time onwards if it subsequently is withdrawn.

 

 

 

Ante Post

1. No Tattersalls' Rule 4(c) deductions are made from ante post bets; stakes are lost however if the selection does not start the race, for any reason whatsoever.

2. In accordance with the Tattersalls Rules of Racing ante-post bets will stand, with the exception of the following conditions:

i) If the venue is postponed to a later date at a different track

ii) The selections take part in void races or the races are abandoned

iii) New entries are added to the race, after entries have been reopened, because the race was postponed to a later date at the same track. However if there are no additional entries and the race is just postponed to a later date at the same track, all bets stand.

iv) Any horse that is balloted out or under Jockey Club Rules has been eliminated, will have stakes refunded and be treated as non-runners for settlement purposes.

3. The price and terms at the actual time of bet placement will be used for settlement of ante post bets.

4. Special odds are applicable for selections selected to succeed in multiple races or events. If special odds are not applicable or available then the odds will be determined at the time of bet placement for the first select, then the odds at the time of the first leg being settled, and so on for all related selections.

5. Ante-Post betting ceases on the day of the overnight declaration stage and all bets placed after that stage will be 'non-runner no bet' where a Tattersalls Rule 4 may apply.

Overseas Racing

1. Any horse race that is ran outside of the UK or Ireland, are settled on a Rules of Racing basis only.

2. If a bookmaker operates in a country and a Starting Price can be returned, then bets are settled in accordance with our standard rules in addition to any rules that may be applicable to the country concerned, which will be advertised by Winner Sports. If no Starting Price is returned in a country then the following is the what bets can be accepted on:

i) SIS Industry Shows or Winner Sports early prices

ii) For the settlement purposes all bets, with the exception of ones with early and show prices, will be settled at the SIS/Industry SP where available.

iii) Pari-mutuel bets are only accepted if displayed on the Winner Sports website.

iv) If no SIS/Industry SP available, and no early or show price was taken, than bets will be settled at Pari-mutuel returns.

v) For any one client on any one calendar day there is a maximum payout limit of £25,000 for racing based outside of the UK & Ireland.

Guaranteed Odds

1. If guaranteed odds are offered this means if an early price is taken for a selection and that selections Starting Price returns higher than the price taken, winners will be paid out at the Starting Price.

2. This does not apply to show prices.

Bonuses & Consolations

1. Bonuses & Consolations are paid for Lucky 15, Lucky 31 and Lucky 63 bets according to the following table:

Bet type No. of selections No. of bets Lines (x2 for E/W bets) Consolation Bonus
Lucky 15 4 15 (30 E/W) 4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles, 1 4-fold multiple Double the odds if only one selection is a winner 10% added to total winnings if all 4 selections are winners
Lucky 31 5 31 (62 E/W) 5 singles, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 4-fold multiples, 1 5-fold Double the odds if only one selection is a winner 20% added to total winnings if all 5 selections are winners
Lucky 63 6 63 (126 E/W) 6 singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 4-fold multiples, 6 5-fold multiples, 1 6-fold multiple Double the odds if only one selection is a winner. 10% added to the returns if five selections are winners. 25% added to total winnings if all 6 selections are winners

2. In order to qualify for bonuses and consolations all selections must run.

3. For each-way bets the consolation applies only to the win part of the bet.

4. Bonuses or consolations are only applicable if all selections are Horse Racing Selections.

Horse Specials


Aggregate Distance Betting

1. The maximum distance for a single race is 12 for a Flat race and 30 lengths for a National hunt race.

2. If all of the horses either fail to complete the race or a walkover occurs, for settlement purposes the distances for those individual races will be 5 for a Flat race and 12 for a National Hunt race.

3. If a meeting has 1 or 2 races that are declared void or abandoned, for settlement purposes, the distances used will be 2 for a Flat race and 10 lengths for a National Hunt race

4. All bets will be void if 3 or more races from a meeting are abandoned or declared void.

5. The distance will be the official distance that is declared at weigh in, any subsequent enquires or changes will not be considered.

6. Below is the table used to convert the racing distance terms into numerical figures:

Nose > 0.05 Lengths

Short Head > 0.10 Lengths

Head > 0.20

¼ length > 0.25

Neck > 0.30

½ length > 0.50

¾ length > 0.75

Fixed Odds Favourite Betting

1. This bet type is based on a points system for the finishing positions of favourites for each race in a specified number of meetings.

2. If a favourite is withdrawn, 10 points are awarded for that race.

3. If a dead heat occurs, than the points for each placing will be added and then divided by the number of selections involved in the dead heat.

4. If one race is abandoned or declared void, than 10 points are awarded for that race. If more than one race is abandoned or declared void then all bets will be void, unless a winning market has already been established.

5. The following list is the points awarded for the particular placing of a favourite in a race:

First place 25 Points

Second Place 10 Points

Third Place 5 Points

Jockey Challenge

1. Below is the list used for the awarding of points for the place a particular mount finishes in a race:

First place - 25 Points

Second Place - 10 Points

Third Place - 5 Points

2. For settlement purposes, a walkover is classed as 25 points.

3. The mounts published by the Racing Post on the day of the meeting are used for settlement purposes.

4. If an alternate mount is used then the horse will still count as being ridden by the advertised jockey and count for settlement purposes.

5. If a jockey rides a horse that is not publicized in the Racing Post on the day in question then that horse will no count towards the final settlement.

6. If a horse is a non-runner, the following table will be used for settlement purposes, based on the price of the horse at the time of the withdrawal:

Odds-on - 15 Points

Evens to - 5/1 inclusive 10 Points

Over 5/1 - 5 Points

 

7. If a dead heat occurs then the total points will be equally divided by the number of selections involved in the dead heat.

 

 

8. Unless a winning market has been determined, all bets will be void if more than one race of a jockeys mounts is abandoned or declared void, or if a meeting is abandoned prior to the specified jockey completing his published rides.

 

Ice Hockey

1. Provided 55 minutes of play has elapsed, bets will stand.

2. Unless otherwise stated, overtime counts on all markets with the exception of 3rd period bets.

3. Shootouts count for all markets with the exception of 3rd period bets. For settlement purposes for goals markets, the shootout winner will be awarded one goal.

4. Period specific bets must have the period in question completed for the bets to stand.

5. For bets to stand, all quoted players must take part in the game for Player Match Bets.

6. For all international, European and friendly games the same rules as US ice hockey applies, with the following exceptions:

Overtime and shootouts do not count, with the exception of 2-way moneyline markets, unless otherwise stated.

 

7. Bets on three way totals, three way handicap and three way match markets are settled on the score at the end of regulation time only.

Motor Racing


General

1. Team/Driver Championship Betting

Settlement will be based on the number of points immediately accumulated following the official result of the final race of the championship in question. Any subsequent enquiries, penalties or any other event will not affect settlement.

2. Race Betting

All bets stand irrespective of a driver starting a race or not.

3. The start of the race is determined to be the signal to start the warm up lap.

The podium presentation will determine the settlement of bets.

4. Match Bets

i) The driver who finishes the race in the best position, will determine the settlement of the bet.

ii) If neither driver finishes the race, the driver who has completed the most laps will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes. Bets will be void if both drivers fail to finish the race and complete the same number of laps.

5. Qualifying Match Bets

Time penalties and/or grid demotions do not count for the purposes of settlement of Qualifying Match bets. Settlement will be based on the times of the drivers in question. Bets will only be void if a driver takes no part in qualifying, if they take part but fail to set a time, then that player will of deemed to of taken part in qualifying.

6. To Qualify In Pole Position

i) Regardless of a driver competing or not, all bets will stand.

ii) Settlement will be based on the driver who is announced as holding pole position immediately following the end of the qualifying session.

7. Fastest Lap

The driver that is officially declared as having made the fastest lap will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes.

 

8. Podium/Points Finish

For settlement purposes bets will be settled on the official standings at the time of the podium presentation regardless of any subsequent enquiries.

Formula 1

1. For settlement purposes, results will be based on the official FIA classification at the time of the podium presentation.

Speedway

1. 12 heats must be completed for bets to stand, if 12 heats are not completed, all bets will be made void.

2. If a match is postponed, bets will be made void if it is not rescheduled within 24 hours of the original scheduled start time.

3. If riders are quoted for individual heat winners, all riders must participate for bets to stand.

4. Tactical rides do not count for correct score and team heat winner.

5. For correct score and team heat winners, 3 points will be awarded for the winner, 2 for 2nd place and 1 point for the 3rd placed rider, irrespective of any bonus points.

6. Each rider must complete at least one race for bets to stand on ‘Head to Head' and ‘Total' markets.

Motorbike Racing

For the purposes of settlement, any rider that withdraws from race two after race one has been completed will be de

Other Events

1. On occasion non-sporting related markets may be offered. These markets will be subject to special rules and applied to those markets that appear on the Winner Sports website. It is the players responsibility to familiarise themselves these rules prior to any bet placement as all special bets will be settled on these advertised rules.

Rugby League & Union

1. Extra time does not count, unless otherwise stated.

2. ‘Winning Margin' bets are from scratch.

3. If the draw option is included in handicap betting and the result is determined to be a draw after the handicap is applied, bets will be settled on the handicap draw. If no handicap draw selection is offered and the game ends in a draw after the handicap has been applied, all handicap bets will be made void.

4. Only bets that have a winning market already established, will be settled if a match is abandoned, with the exception of Anytime Try Scorer bets. Anytime Try Scorer and all other bets will be made void.

5. Penalty tries do not count for the purposes of settlement of any try scorer bets.

6. Specialty bets may be included from time to time. These bets have special rules that apply to them, which will be advertised on our website at the time the bets are available. It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with these rules prior to placement of any bet.

7. For all Divisional and Title betting settlement will include any points deductions applied prior to the end of the competition in question. Points deductions, penalties or play offs after the end of the season will not count.

Snooker

1. Outright bets will stand regardless if a player competes or not.

2. If the full number of frames have not been completed, yet the match is awarded to a player anyway, bets will stand on the official winner, provided one frame has been completed.

3. In order for Handicap, Frame and Highest Break Special bets to stand, the full number of frames required to win the match must be completed.

4. In the event of a re-rack, First Legal Red and First Legal Colour markets will be settled immediately, irrespective of any re-rack.

5. In the event of a re-rack, Frame Winner (both pre event and in running) and Total Points markets will be settled at the end of the re-racked frame. Only play after the re-rack will count for the purposes of settling these markets.

Table Tennis

1. Unless the outcome is already decided, all bets will be void in the event of a match starting but not being completed.

2. For settlement purposes, the respective set must be completed for ‘Set Winner' markets.

Tennis

1. Outright bets will stand, regardless if a player competes or not.

2. All match and set betting will be made void if a match is not completed.

3. If the required number of sets needed for a victory are not completed for any reason, all ‘Set Betting' markets will be made void.

4. If a set is awarded to a player with the required number of games being completed to win the set in question, then all Total Games in A Set bets will be made void.

5. All bets will be made void for player list changes in competitions that involve countries.

6. Unless settlement of bets has already been determined, ‘In-Play Set winner' bets will be made void if a set starts, but is not completed.

Volleyball

1. Unless the outcome is already decided, all bets will be void in the event of a match starting but not being completed.

2. For settlement purposes, the respective set must be completed for ‘Set Winner' markets.

Winter Sports

1. Dead-heat rules will apply where applicable.

2. Settlement will be based on the official results.

3. With the exception of ‘Match Bets' where both players must start, bets will stand regardless of an individual competing or not.

4. If an event is abandoned, all bets will be made void, unless a winning market has already been established. In the event of an event being postponed, all bets will stand until the rescheduled event takes place, whenever that may be.

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