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Terms and Conditions

1. General provisions
2. Accepting bets
3. Main types of bets
4. Settlement & Markets
5. The concept of a held event
6. Financial limitations
7. Payment of winnings
8. Sports Rules

Appendix 1 - official results sources
Appendix 2 - bet types explained

Main terms and definitions

  • Betting Company - Media Entertainment N.V., registered address Emancipatie Boulvard 29 New Haven e-Zone, Willemstad, Curacao
  • Client (Player) — A person, who registers and reserves a valid account with LSbet.com and makes a wager with the Betting Company.
  • Wager— Agreement made in between the Client and the Betting Company where the Client must fulfill his obligations. This agreement is made by taking bets from clients according to the rules set by the Betting Company.
  • Line – List of events and odds made for betting and offered by the Betting Company for wagering purposes.
  • Stake – The amount used to secure the fulfillment of player’s obligations, which players pay to the Betting Company for their bet.
  • Outcome – The result on which the wager has been placed.
  • Odds to win – The quotation of the Betting Company for outcomes of different events.

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1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1. The Betting Company accepts bets on sports and other events (referred to events as from now on). The Betting Company has the right to void any bets placed by players who have broken these Terms and Conditions.

1.2. OPENING AN ACCOUNT:

1.2.1 Registration, opening of deposit account and wagering is allowed only for persons that have the minimum age of 18. The clients are responsible for checking that Internet wagering is allowed in the countries where they live. The clients are responsible for giving information about winnings and losses to their local authorities, if necessary. When opening an Account the Player warrants that;

1.2.1.1. He/she understands and accepts the risk that, by using the Services may, as well as win money, lose money;

1.2.1.2. He/she is over 18 years of age and (b) above the age at which gambling or gaming activities are legal under the law or jurisdiction that applies to him/her;

1.2.1.3. He/she is legally able to enter into contracts;

1.2.2 The Betting Company trusts completely the information given by the Client during registration. The Betting Company is not responsible if the Client provides wrong information;

1.2.3 The following may not be players:

  • state and municipal institutions and enterprises and non-commercial organizations;
  • athletes, trainers, judges, members of Sports agencies providing professional consulting services to football clubs, sportsmen, sports managers and coaches, persons who are participants in the event on which bets are being placed, and others;
  • persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs and also those incompetent;
  • customers resident in or placing bets from the following countries: Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Iran, Israel, The Republic of Moldova, The Netherlands, Romania, United Kingdom and USA.

1.2.4 The Player’s Account must be registered in his/her own, correct, name and personal details and it shall only be issued once for the Player and not duplicated through any other person, family, household, address (postal or IP), email address, or any environment where computers are shared (e.g. schools, workplaces, public libraries etc), computer (or other access device), and/or account in respect of the Services. Any other accounts which the Player opens with the Company, or which are beneficially owned by the Player in relation to the Services shall be "Duplicate Accounts". The Company has the right to close any Duplicate Account (but shall not be obliged to do so). If the Company closes a Duplicate Account:

1.2.4.1 All winnings, bonuses, Free Bet bonuses and winnings accrued from such bonuses and Free Bet bonuses using that Duplicate Account will be voided and forfeited;

1.2.4.2 The Company may, at its entire discretion, void all winnings and refund all deposits (less amounts in respect of void winnings) made in respect of that Duplicate Account and, to the extent not recovered by the Company from the relevant Duplicate Account, any amounts to be refunded to the Company by the Player in respect of a Duplicate Account may be recovered by the Company directly from any other of the Player’s Accounts (including any other Duplicate Account); or

1.2.4.3 The Company may, at its entire discretion, allow usage of the Duplicate Account to be deemed valid in which case all losses and stakes placed by or for the Player through the Duplicate Account shall be retained by the Betting Company.

1.3. LSbet.com reserves the right, at its own discretion, at any time, to void bets, to refuse to grant bonuses or promotions of any kind, to exclude any customer from any LSbet.com bonuses, rewards or Promotions on an ongoing basis or decline to open or to close any existing customer's Account without any prior notice or any explanation whatsoever.

1.4. VERIFICATION OF IDENTITY AND MONEY LAUNDRING REQUIREMENTS. The Player warrants that i) the name and address provided when opening his/her Account are correct; and ii) he/she is the rightful owner of the money which he/she at any time deposit in his/her Account.

1.4.1 By agreeing to the Terms and Conditions the Player authorizes the Betting Company to undertake any such verification checks from time to time as the Betting Company may require or may be required by third parties (including, but not limited to, regulatory bodies) to confirm these facts (the "Checks"). The Player agrees that from time to time, upon the Betting Company request, the he/she may be required to provide additional details in respect of any of such information that the Player has provided us, including in relation to any deposits which the Player have made into his/her Account.

1.4.2 Whilst the Betting Company is undertaking any Checks from time to time, it may restrict the Player from withdrawing funds from his/her Account and/or prevent access to all or certain parts of the Website. Please, note that the Betting Company may from time to time re-perform the Checks for regulatory, security or other business reasons. If any such restrictions cause the Player a problem, please contact Customer Services.

1.4.3 In certain circumstances the Betting Company may have to contact the Player and ask him/her to provide further information to the Betting Company directly in order to complete the Checks. For this purpose, the Betting Company will be entitled, at its sole discretion, to require that the Player provides the Betting Company picture with ID, proof of address, utility bills, bank details, bank statements and bank references, etc, as well as Skype conference. Until such information has been provided to the Betting Company, it may prevent any activity to be undertaken by the Player in relation to the Account or the Betting Company may, where the Betting Company reasonably believe that deliberately incorrect information has been provided by the Player, keep any amount deposited on the Account following the closure of the Account by the Betting Company.

1.4.4 It may be an offence for persons under the tage 18 to make use of the Website. If the Betting Company is unable to confirm that the Player is under Age 18 then it may suspend his/her Account. If the Player is subsequently proven to have been under the Age 18 at the time he/she made any gambling or gaming transactions with the Company, then: i) The Player Account will be closed; ii) all transactions made whilst the Player was underage will be made void, and all related funds deposited by the Player will be returned by the payment method used for the deposit of such funds, wherever practicable; iii) any deposits made whilst the Player was under the Age 18 will be returned to him/her; and iv) any winnings which the Player has accrued during such time when he/she was under the Relevant Age will be forfeited (and may be deducted from the amount of any deposit returned under clause 1.7 and the Player will return to the Betting Company on demand any such funds which have been withdrawn from the Player Account.

1.5. USERNAME, PASSWORD AND CUSTOMER INFORMATION: The Player is responsible to keep his/her personal information (e-mail, postal address, telephone numbers etc.) up to date; any changes should be reported to the Betting Company in a good time.

1.5.1 After opening an Account, the Player must take all reasonable steps to avoid disclosing (whether deliberately or accidentally) his/her username, password and/or account number to anyone else, including ensuring that up-to-date security software is downloaded onto his/her computer.

1.5.2 All transactions made where the Player’s username and password and/or account number have been entered correctly will be regarded as valid, whether or not authorized by the Player, and the Betting Company shall not be liable for any claims in the event that the Player discloses his/her username, password or account number to anyone else (whether deliberately or accidentally).

1.6. CHANGES TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The Company may need to change the Terms and Conditions from time to time for a number of reasons, including (without limitation) for commercial reasons, to comply with the law or regulations, instructions, guidance or recommendations from a regulatory body, or for customer service reasons. The Betting company has the right, without preliminary personal written notification, to make any changes to Terms and Conditions. However, the Terms of earlier placed bets remain unchanged and bets being accepted with the arrival of this date are subject to the changed rules. Where the Betting Company makes changes to the Terms and Conditions which the Betting company wish to notify the Player of, it will do so by such method of notification as the Betting Company may, on its discretion, deem to be appropriate, which may comprise:

1.6.1 email (to the email address the Player has previously provided us, if any);

1.6.2 notice on the Website; If any change is unacceptable to the Player, he/she may either cease using the Services and/or close his/her Account.

1.7. THE PLAYER’S ACCOUNT

1.7.1 The Player’s Account is not a bank account and is therefore not insured, guaranteed, sponsored or otherwise protected by any deposit or banking insurance system or by any other similar insurance system. Any money deposited with the Betting Company in the Player’s Account shall not attract any interest.

1.7.2 The Betting Company may any time set off any positive balance on the Player Account against any amount owed by the Player (including under a Duplicate Account) to the Betting Company, including (without limitation) where the Betting Company re-settles any bets or wagers pursuant to this Terms and Conditions

1.8. The Betting Company reserves the right to cancel any bet placed on an obviously "incorrect" "line" or after the start of an event. The Betting Company reserves the right to deny or cancel any bet or to place any sort of limitation on it.

1.9. The Betting Company does not accept any responsibility on damage or losses caused by use of the site or by the contents of the site. A connection failure and other technical mistakes in communication are no reasons to change or cancel a bet if the wager has been registered in the server. The same applies to the use or misuse of the site content by any person, inability to be connected to the site, inability to use the site, delays in site functioning or data transmitting, failures in communication lines or to any mistakes, typing errors or misses in the maintenance of the site.

1.10. It is recommended that the Player may only participate in any gambling events if it is legal for him/her to do so according to the laws that apply in the jurisdiction from where the player is connecting. The Player must understand and accept that the Betting Company is unable to provide him/her any legal advice or assurances.

1.11. These rules enter into force on the 1st of March 2012 and apply to all bets made from this date on, regardless of whether or not the players know that this version had taken effect. All previous rules are considered invalid.

1.12. In the event of discrepancy between the English-language version of these Terms and Conditions and any other language version of any translation on Betting Company’s websites, the English-language version will prevail.

1.13. All bets are accepted only in accordance with these rules and are confirmation that the participant in the wager knows these rules and agrees with them completely. If the Player suspected in fraud or manipulation, as well as in case of any breach of this Terms and Conditions the Betting Company reserves the right to block the Player’s account and withheld any balance.

1.14. By making a deposit on LSbet.com, the Player agrees to use at least once the full amount of the deposit on sport or Casino betting.* In case when players ignore this rule, LSbet.com reserves the right to impose a fee on the player's account to cover all the deposit and withdrawal costs. If necessary, the amount requested for withdrawal will be reduced depending on the costs incurred by LSbet.com.
* Odds and bet types are irrelevant for this regulation.

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2. ACCEPTING BETS

2.1. Bets are accepted based on the daily "odds line" - a list of upcoming matches with odds and handicaps offered by the Betting Company on outcomes of events.

2.2. The odds and handicaps take into account the correlation of strengths of the competing teams or players and determine the value of the expected winnings of the person placing the bet.

2.3. The Betting Company has the right to change the odds and handicaps at any time. The terms of the bets placed earlier remain the same. The Betting Company has the right to remove any event from the offered "line".

2.4. The player places a bet according to the "line" operating at the time of the bet.

2.5. Neutral Venue:

2.5.1. The team indicated first is usually considered as the home team, playing at their designated home stadium which could be altered if the team are required to play their home matches away from their favoured home stadium. It is the client’s responsibility to check if the team written first are using their home venue.

2.5.2. Bets will always stand when matches are played at neutral venues, regardless of which team is listed as the home team. The team written first will usually be the designated home team in accordance with the tournament governing body.

2.6. The player chooses the number of the event and outcomes of the competition from the predictions offered by the Betting Company.

2.7. The Player must state the amount of each bet and receive a bet confirmation when the bet is placed.

2.8. After placing a bet with the Betting Company it cannot be cancelled or changed.

2.9. Several identical bets may be considered as one in case the Player made a number of mirror bets.

2.10. Information displayed during "live" events (including the update of this information) is informative only. A wrong result is no reason to refund the wager. The Betting Company accepts no responsibility for incorrect results during “live” event.

2.11. The Betting Company bears no responsibility for incorrect spelling of surnames, team names and names of places for the event.

2.12. Calculation of the bets is done by the Betting Company. The event results, announced by the Betting Company, are the basis for calculating the wagers and determining the winnings. The results of sporting events announced in the periodical press may not be grounds for submitting players' claims against the Betting Company.

2.13. The Betting Company is using official sources of the events results according to Apendix A of this document, however is not obliged to follow the official result if there is suspicion of palpable or typing error, proved by the real action of the event.

2.14. In a number of types of sports, changes in the parameters of the "line" are possible by decreasing the winning coefficient ("buy points"). All numerical ratios are indicated in the line.

2.15. If a player placed a bet on an event, the result of which was known to him in advance, in this case the decision is made after a special investigation by internal affairs (or judicial) bodies, for the time of which the amount of the wager is blocked.

2.16. In disputed situations not having a precedent, the final decision is made by the Betting Company, taking into account practice of the bookmaking business and players' interests.

2.17. The amounts of the minimum and maximum bets are indicated in the section “Financial limitations”.

2.18. The Betting Company has the right to limit the maximum bet for individual events and also to limit or raise the maximum bet for specific persons without explanation.

2.19. Each client is allowed to have only one betting account in one currency. Exceptions are granted by the administrator of the Betting Company depending on the individual client.

2.20. The Client cannot give permission to anybody else to use his/her betting account. A lost password cannot be used as grounds for cancelling a placed bet, or a withdrawal request, in case the player has not informed the Betting Company on time.

2.21. The Betting Company reserves the right to refuse and cancel bets caused by mistakes by employees or by the computer software (mistakes in odds and others) and other reasons causing incorrect bets. The Betting Company reserves the right to refuse and cancel all bets placed with incorrect odds or placed after the event has started. The Players are responsible for any damages caused to the Betting Company by deliberately taken advantage of technical or administrative errors in money transactions.

2.22. CASH OUT TERMS AND CONDITIONS

2.22.1. The Cash Out feature in football allows you to take a return on your bet before the market for your chosen selection(s) closes. This allows you to take a profit if your selection is doing well, or minimise any potential loss should you think the bet is unlikely to result in a win. At this time the feature applies only to certain football and tennis bets, however this can be increased to other sports or limited at our discretion.

2.22.2. Subject to acceptance by us, you can Cash Out your bet for the return amount offered on the Cash Out button in your “My Bets” section. This is based upon the most recent market price which may be greater than or less than your original stake.

2.22.3. All you have to do is monitor the Cash Out return amount and the performance of your bet and when you are happy with the amount offered, click on the Cash Out button and value.

2.22.4. If your Cash Out request is successful, your bet will be settled immediately and any funds returned to your account will be equal to the amount shown on the Cash Out button in the “My Bets” section. The bet is settled and the final result relating to your bet will have no impact on the amount returned to your account.

2.22.5. The displayed Cash Out amounts are not guaranteed. Cash Out requests may be unsuccessful if, during the acceptance process, the market has been suspended or the odds used to calculate the Cash Out amount have changed. You will be offered a new amount and asked to accept or decline it.

2.22.6. Not all markets are available for Cash Out. The market types which are available are:
Football
Win/draw/win
Total goals under/over
Both teams to score
Double chance
Draw no bet
HT/FT
Handicap
3 way handicap
Odd/even
Number of goals (bands)
Tennis
Match winner
Set winner
Game winner
Total games
Game handicap
Volleyball
Match Winner
Set Winner
Basketball - Winner Markets
Baseball - Winner Markets
Handball - Win/Draw/Win Markets
Ice Hockey - Win/Draw/Win Markets
Snooker - Winner Markets
Darts - Winner Markets

2.22.7. The bets which you place that are available for Cash Out will have a value attached to them in “My Bets” section. If there is no value underneath your the bet then it is not available to be Cashed Out. These markets are made available at our discretion and we can add and remove them at any time.

2.22.8. Once a bet has been cashed out, the transaction is closed unless a palpable error has occurred.

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3. MAIN TYPES OF BETS

3.1. The following types of bets differ: "single", "multibet" and "system".

3.1.1. Single bet - a bet in which it is required to guess the outcome of just one event. Single bets are accepted for any event in a line. The winnings on single bets are equal to the amount of the bet multiplied by the winning coefficient.

3.1.2. Multibet - a bet in which it is required to guess the outcome of more than one event. Several independent events may be combined into a multibet. The multibet bet loses when any of the combined matches loses. Interrelated events are not included in the "Multibet". Incorrect combining of such events into a multibet bet results in such events being excluded from the multibet. In particular, bets on a match (odds or total) and bets on the list of this match (periods, corners, points scored by players and so forth) are considered interrelated events. It is not allowed to include different events and markets from the same match in “multibets” and “systems” even if they are not interconnected directly. If any events pertaining to a given match were included in a "multibet" or "system" bet, this bet will be refunded even if the computer program for accepting bets did not block this bet. The winning coefficient is equal to the product of the winning coefficients of the events combined into the multibet.

3.1.3. System - this is all possible combinations of "multibet" events equal in number, chosen from several events named by the player. “System” winnings are counted as a sum of “multibet” winnings, which are in the system bet. Final odds for winnings on all classified betting forms are defined by taking into account specialities (hitting the spread on the handicap of total etc.), postponement of the event or the transfer of the event to another date. In these events the odds for winnings are "1".

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4. SETTLEMENT & MARKETS

4.1. The Betting Company is doing its best to provide clear description of each Market, so the client has no confusion on the offer. However it is on client’s responsibility to make sure that he knows on what he is wagering into. The Betting Company will not accept any complain based on acknowledgment of the market and how the result is calculated from.

4.2. Events result should be determined according to the time of game specified in this rules unless otherwise specified in a line.The bet is winning if the outcome is predicted correctly.

4.3. The Betting Company will do its utmost to attain itself to information obtained first hand (during or exactly after the event has been concluded), through TV transmissions, streaming (web-based and through other sources) as well as official sites. Should this information be omitted from first hand viewing and/or official sources and/or there is an obvious Error in the information included in the sources above, the settlement of the bet offer will be based on other public sources.

4.4. Push: In a market with only 2 possible alternatives (“2-way” or “Head to Head”) ending with equal means of result, bets will be void and the market is called as a “push”.

Dead Heat: In a market with 3 or more participants or alternatives (“3-way”, “Triple Head”, or “Outright Winner”), where 2 or more participants or alternatives ending with equal means of result, bets will be paid with the offered odds divided by the number of participants or alternatives ended equally.

4.6. Main Markets

4.6.1. 1X2 or W/D/W - The 1X2 or Win/Draw/Win refers to the possible final result of an event, football or other sport, which have three possible betting options for the final result in the normal duration of the match including injury time (if not otherwise stated). In case the market has no draw option this is indicated as 12 or W/W.

4.6.2. Double Chance - A 'Double Chance' pick contains two of three possible outcomes such as 1X,X2 and 12 combining two alternatives and increases your chances of winning.

4.6.3. Handicap – is indicated by “1” for a first competitor and “2” for the second competitor in an event. A “TIE” alternative maybe offered if the market is 3-way. The outcome of a handicap event takes into account the handicap line and is determined by adding the handicap line to the actual result. If the result obtained is in favor of the chosen alternative, the bet is considered to have won.

4.6.4. Totals or Over/Under. To win, it is necessary to guess if the number scored will be more or less than the total given in the line or equal to this number. Only the goals hit into the opponent's net are counted when determining an individual total. In case when bet is placed on markets like "Total” or “Over/Under" it means total goals, points, games, runs, sets, wherever the score is goals, points, games, runs, sets, etc.

4.6.5. Outrights. In this wager, it is necessary to guess if the participant will win or reach a certain stage of a competition (Winner, Finalist, Quarter Finalist, or any Place) and is determined according to what place the participant will occupy or what stage (round) will reach in the competition. If the participant's reaching the next stage (round) is later cancelled for any reason, the cancellation is not taken into account, and payment will be made based on the results of the matches that have taken place. In a wager to reach the next stage (round), when participants are met several times in the event of a change in the sequence of teams (participants) on the fields, the bets remain valid. If one of the matches did not take place or was suspended, and also if the result of the first match has been changed, the outcome is determined by a team (participant) actually reaching the next round. If none of the matches took place, the winning coefficient is considered to be "1" for such bets. If the participant announced in the competition cannot complete his participation in it for some reason (injury, malfunction and so forth), the bets on the result of this participant are considered valid: they win if the result is achieved, and they lose when the result is not achieved (unless otherwise indicated in the line). If the participant did not play a single match, the winning coefficient is considered equal to "1").

4.6.6. Correct Score - You predict the exact result or score of the game

4.6.7. First (Next) team to score - A bet on which team will be the first (next) to score in a particular game.

4.6.8. Teams to score - A bet on which you must predict whether one or both teams will score goals or not.

4.6.9. Total Odd/Even - A bet on whether the total number of goals at the end of a game will be an odd number or an even number.

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5. THE CONCEPT OF A HELD EVENT

5.1. An event is considered held if it is conducted completely. When an event has begun, but was interrupted or abandoned for any reason at any point;

5.1.1. All determined markets in both pre-match and live betting are paid with the determined outcome to be the winning one.

5.1.2. All non-determined markets in both pre-match and live betting are kept pending till the end of next calendar date (23:59 GMT) in case the event is resumed, from the point and the score of the interruption and in the same venue, and if not, all bets on it are to be refunded, inclusive of qualification markets.

5.1.3 If an event is postponed before the start, all bets will be voided unless the event starts before 23:59 local time on the same calendar day and at the same venue. Local time is taken to be the time at the venue. This does not apply to tournaments where the order of play has been rescheduled. For example, if a tennis match is scheduled for the 17th of July, but is not started until the 18th of July because the previous scheduled games have been delayed, bets on this event will stand.

5.2. If the actual result of an event is paid following an official announcement, then any change due to protest, doping etc. is not taken in consideration.

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6. FINANCIAL LIMITATIONS

6.1. Minimum stake for wagering is the equivalent to 0.5 USD in the betting account currency for all events.

6.2. The maximum wagering stake for each event depends on the event and the sport. The maximum stake will be defined by the Betting Company individually for each event and wagering form and it can be changed without giving written notice. The Betting Company reserves the right to limit the maximum stake for certain events like changing the betting limits for individual clients without notice.

6.3. Maximum payout for one client per day is equivalent to 100,000 USD or equivalent in the betting account currency. The day is defined in between 00:00 GMT to 23:59 GMT.

6.4. Any payouts beyond this amount will be deducted accordingly. Events that produced a payout of 100,000 USD will be paid with odds equal to 1.00 for any pending stake of the same client including such events and concluded in the future. Example: The Client made a wager on Teams A, B, and paid 100,000 USD. If the same client made another wager on Teams A, B, C, (C team is playing the following day), then Teams A, B will be paid with odds 1.00.

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7. PAYMENT OF WINNINGS

7.1. The Betting Company makes calculations according to the initially recognized result. Subsequent disqualifications and cancellations do not affect the calculation.

7.2. The amount of payout is equal to the bet, multiplied by the established odds.

7.3. Winnings are transferred to a player’s gaming account after bets are settled. Payments will be credited to the customer’s accounts in 1 to 3 days, depending on payment method being used.

7.4. Please, note that payouts are made to the same payment system that the player used to deposit money, where applicable.

7.5. Customers should immediately notify the Betting Company, if they notice any amounts incorrectly credited to their accounts. Otherwise all subsequent winnings directly or indirectly derived from that error will be considered invalid and should be returned to the Betting Company.

7.6. If the player’s account balance becomes negative as a result of the recalculation of incorrectly settled bets, the account will be blocked up to the time when player makes a deposit; equal or greater to the negative account balance. Otherwise the Betting Company reserves the right to suspend this account.

7.7. The Players using e-payments systems have to make sure that they are using e-wallet registered to their own name. Withdrawal requests to the e-wallets registered to other names will be declined.

7.8. All transaction fees are to be paid by a recipient and will be deducted from the amount transferred unless otherwise specified.

7.9. The Player further agrees not to make any charge-backs, reversals or otherwise cancel any deposits into his/her Account, and in any such event to refund and compensate the Betting Company for such unpaid deposits including any expenses incurred by the Betting Company in the process of collecting his/her deposit. For the avoidance of doubt the Player’s Account shall not be used by the player as a bank account and, should we become aware of deposits into and withdrawals from his/her Account without commensurate betting or gaming activity, the Betting Company reserve the right to deduct an administration charge (whether or not the Betting Company closes or suspends the account).

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8. SPORTS RULES

SPORT A – Z

8.1. OTHER

8.1.1. Any sports or markets that are not listed will be settled in accordance with the official competition procedures and results.

8.2 OUTRIGHT BETTING

Bets placed on competitors who go on to withdraw prior to the start of a tournament will stand.

8.3. AMERICAN FOOTBALL

8.3.1. General

8.3.1.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result including overtime.

8.3.2. Level Scores

8.3.2.1. If the scores are level at the end of normal time and overtime is not played and no draw option was offered then all bets on the winner of the game will be refunded. Bets on other markets will be settled in accordance with the match result.

8.4. BASEBALL

8.4.1. General

8.4.1.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result including overtime.

8.4.2. Pitcher

8.4.2.2. In the event of a change of pitcher (or any other member of the playing staff), all bets will stand unless the name of the pitcher (or player) has been included in the team name.

8.5. BASKETBALL

8.5.1. General

8.5.1.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result including overtime.

8.5.2. Best Finishing Position / Stage of Elimination

8.5.2.1. When teams are eliminated at the same stage of a tournament, the highest official ranking (provided by the tournament governing body) will be used for settlement. Bets will be refunded when teams are eliminated at the same stage and no ranking is available to distinguish settlement.

8.5.3. Level Scores

8.5.3.1. If the scores are level at the end of normal time and overtime is not played and no draw option was offered then all bets on the winner of the game will be refunded. Bets on other markets will be settled in accordance with the match result.

8.5.4. Overtime

8.5.4.1. Fourth quarter and second half markets do not include overtime.

8.5.5. Play-Offs

8.5.5.1. In a two-legged play off event, the first match can end in a draw with no overtime played. In this case the two way match winner market will be refunded and markets that are determined will be settled in accordance with the result. If the aggregate scores are level after normal time in the second leg then overtime will be played. Bets on the second leg will then be settled in accordance with the result of the match after overtime. It is possible for this to then end in a draw and in this case the two way match winner market will be refunded and markets that are determined will be settled in accordance with the result.

8.5.6. Player Specials

8.5.6.1. Unless otherwise stated, player specials will be refunded if the player doesn’t take any active part in the match.

8.5.7. Basketball Specials

8.5.7.1. Assists

A pass from one teammate to another that directly leads to a basket (field-goal) whether it is a 2-pointer or 3-pointer. This includes lay-ups but does not include passes that lead to free-throws.


8.5.7.2. Blocks

A block is when a player successfully defends a basket attempt (field-goal attempt) from an opposition player without making contact and causing a foul.


8.5.7.3. Steals

A situation where an action by a player causes the opposing player to suffer a turnover. This is either done by intercepting a pass or taking the ball from the player without contact.


8.5.7.4. Turnovers

Turnovers occur when a player loses possession either by committing a personal error, losing a pass through an interception or having the ball taken from an opposition player.


8.5.7.5. Defensive Rebounds

When a player successfully regains possession directly resulting from an opposing teammates failed (missed) field-goal attempt as it rebounds from either the backboard or the basket’s rim.


8.5.7.6. Offensive Rebounds

When a player successfully makes a basket (field-goal) or regains possession directly resulting from a teammates failed (missed) field-goal attempt as it rebounds from either the backboard or the basket’s rim.


8.5.7.7. Total Rebounds

A combination of Defensive Rebounds & Offensive Rebounds.


8.5.7.8. Field-Goals Scored

Field-Goals refer to baskets (goals) made which results in either 2 points (inside the area) or 3 points (outside the area) and does not include Free-Throws.


8.5.7.9. Field-Goal Attempts

The amount of times a player attempts to score a basket. Field-goal attempts included successful and missed shots other than Free-Throws.


8.5.7.10. Field-Goal Shooting %

The successful percentage ratio of a player’s shooting (field-goals) throughout the match.


8.5.7.11. Free-Throws Scored

The unrestricted and successful scoring of points from a specified area on the court (free-throw line) caused by a foul from an opposition player. Free-throws are worth 1 point each and fouls may result in 1 free-throw, 2-free-throws or 3-free throws at once.


8.5.7.12. Free-Throw Attempts

The unrestricted attempts​ ​ at scoring points from a specified area on the court (free-throw line) caused by a foul from an opposition player. The attempts may either be successful or missed


8.5.7.13. Free-Throw Shooting %

The successful percentage ratio of a player’s Free-Throw shooting throughout the match.


8.5.7.14. 3 Point Field-Goals Scored

3 Point Field-Goals refer to baskets (goals) scored from outside a designated are (3 point line) which are worth 3 points.


8.5.7.15. 3 Point Field Goal Attempts

The amount of times a player attempts to score a 3-point field goal (basket). 3 Point Field-goal attempts including successful and missed shots.


8.5.7.16. 3 Point Field-Goal Shooting %

The successful percentage ratio of a player’s 3 point shooting (3 point field-goals) throughout the match.


8.5.7.17. Combined Player Specials

The combination of 2 or several players’ statistics into one line. The lines offered reflect a fair interpretation of the combined player’s performance and expectation for a particular match and not the performance of one single player alone. Bet will be refunded if one of the players does not participate in the game.

8.5.7.18. Combined Team Specials

The combination of 2 or several Teams’ statistics into one line. The lines offered reflect a fair interpretation of the combined Team’s performances and expectations for a particular match and not the performance of one single team alone.

8.5.7.19. Player specials 

If a player doesn’t attempt a free-throw, field-goal or 3 point field goal attempt during the match then bets will be refunded on all shooting percentage markets and attempts markets.

8.6.
BOXING, MMA/UFC

8.6.1. General

8.6.1.1. Bets will be refunded of one of the competitors does not take part.

8.6.2. No contest / draw

8.6.2.1. Bets will be refunded if the fight ends in a draw and no draw option was offered.

8.6.3. Rounds

8.6.3.1. Bets will be refunded if the number of scheduled rounds is changed for any reason. If any competitor retires or is disqualified between rounds then the fight will be determined to have ended at the end of the previous round. Bets on total round, which include .5 rounds in the bet description, will be defined by whether half of the round was completed. For example, a bet on over 4.5 rounds (in a three minute round event) will be a winning bet if one minute and thirty seconds or more of the fifth round is completed.

8.6.4. Additional - UFC

8.6.5. Method of victory

8.6.5.1. A ‘knock-out’ / ‘technical knock-out’ includes the following scenarios – -
8.6.5.2. Referee stoppage while fighter is standing -
8.6.5.3. Referee stoppage while fighter is on the canvas -
8.6.5.4. Stoppage by doctor -
8.6.5.5. Stoppage by corner -
8.6.5.6. Fighter retires due to injury A ‘submission’ includes the following scenarios - -
8.6.5.7. Referee stoppage due to tap out -
8.6.5.8. Referee stoppage due to technical submission -
8.6.5.9. Fighter verbal submission (includes verbal submission due to strikes)

8.6.6. Stats of betting

8.6.6.1. Stats betting will always be settled according to www.fightmetric.com, the official statistics provider for UFC.

8.6.7. ENHANCED SPECIALS

8.6.7.1. Bets on multiple selections that are all stated in the bet description.

8.6.7.2. The bet description shows the competition name and the selections. This refers to the next match that each selection is involved in, in the named competition.

Enhanced specials will be settled according to the specific rule for each selection in the bet. For example, if an enhanced special consists of three matches and one of those matches is postponed and will not be played within the required time scale stated then the bet will be settled as a two team enhanced special with the third selection voided in accordance with the rule for that specific league. The bet will be recalculated as an enhanced special.

8.7. E-SPORTS

8.7.1. Walkovers

8.7.1.1. If a player/team is given a walkover on at least one map before the match starts, all bets on the match will be refunded.

8.7.2. Changes in number of maps/rounds

8.7.2.1. If the announced number of maps/rounds is changed, all bets on the match will be refunded. In the event of a fixture starting but not being completed, bets will be refunded unless the outcome is already determined.

8.7.3. Replayed matches

8.7.3.1. If a match or map is replayed due to a draw, the replayed match or map will be treated as a separate entity. In the event of a match or map starting but not being completed, then all bets will be void unless after the start of the match a player is disqualified, in which case the player/team progressing to the next round or being awarded the victory by the governing body of the specified competition will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes.

8.7.4. Unplayed / postponed Matches

8.7.4.1. An unplayed or postponed match will be treated as a non-runner for settlement purposes unless it is played within 48 hours of the originally scheduled start time.


8.8 FANTASY FOOTBALL


8.8.1 DUELLO

The winner will be the team who scores the most goals in the fixture listed in brackets. If both teams score the same number of goals, the winning selection will be 'Draw'. For example, Barcelona (v Levante) V Galatasaray (v Besiktas): If Barcelona beat Levante 3-0 and Galatasaray beat Besiktas 4-3, the result of the fantasy game is Barcelona 3-4 Galatasaray and the winning selection is 'Galatasaray'.

8.8.2 If either team has their match postponed or abandoned for any reason, all bets on the fantasy market will be declared void.

8.8.3 Duello markets relate to regulation time only. Any goals scored in extra time or penalty shootouts do not count for the settlement of these markets.

8.8.4 Tri bet
The winner will be the team with the best goal difference on that match day. If two or three teams have the same goal difference, all bets will be settled according to dead heat rules.

Example one - Besiktas v Fenerbahce v Galatasaray.

Results:
Besiktas 2 - 0 Kasimpasa (Goal difference = +2)
Fenerbahce 3 - 0 Tranzonspor (Goal difference = +3)
Galatasarasy 1 - 1 Bursaspor (Goal difference = 0)

Fenerbahce win.

Example two - Barcelona v Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid.

Results:
Valencia 2 – 1 Barcelona (Goal difference = -1)
Sevilla 2 – 0 Real Madrid (Goal difference = -2)
Atletico Madrid 2 – 3 Villareal (Goal difference = -1)

Barcelona and Atletico Madrid both win, bets are settled with dead heat rules applying.

If one of the three teams have their match postponed or abandoned for any reason, all bets on the fantasy market will be declared void.

Tri bet markets relate to regulation time only. Any goals scored in extra time or penalty shootouts do not count for the settlement of these markets.


8.9. FOOTBALL


8.9.1. General

8.9.1.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result for the scheduled 90 minutes of play inclusive of added time unless otherwise stated. This does not include time allocated for extra-time or a penalty shootout.

8.9.2. Cards

8.9.2.1. Cards (yellow and red) are counted for any player participating in the match. Cards are not counted for players, backroom staff and other team members who are not participating in the match at the time of the incident.  Cards shown at half-time to players who are participating at the time of the incident count. Cards issued after the final whistle do not count. If two yellow cards are shown to a player resulting in a red card, then two yellow and one red card counts. If more than one player is shown a card after the same incident then the first player to be shown a card will be deemed as the first player to be shown a card in that incident. Both yellow and red cards count in the first and last card markets.

8.9.2.2 Player to receive a card - Any player to receive a yellow or red card during the match. All bets are in play for the regular 90 mins: extra time and penalties do not count. All bets on players who did not take part in the match at anytime will be voided. If the match is abandoned, all undetermined bets will be voided.

8.9.2.3. First Player to receive a card - The first player on the pitch to receive a card will be settled as the winner. Bets will be refunded if the selected player does not take part in the match or enters the pitch after the first card has been issued. If a match is abandoned and no card has been shown all bets will be voided. All bets are in play for the regular 90 mins: extra time and penalties do not count.

8.9.2.4. Player to be sent off - Any player to receive a red card during the match. All bets are in play for the regular 90 mins: extra time and penalties do not count. All bets on players who did not take part in the match at anytime will be voided. If the match is abandoned, all undetermined bets will be voided.

8.9.3. Corners

Bets will be settled on corners that are officially awarded by the referee. Corners awarded but not taken do not count. Bets will be settled on the actual time that the corner is taken and not when it is awarded. In the event of a corner having to be retaken then only one corner will be counted.

8.9.4. Correct Score

8.9.4.1. A bet on the score at the end of normal time.

8.9.5. Extra Time

8.9.5.1. Bets placed on extra-time and penalty shootout markets will be settled upon the official statistics of those periods.

8.9.6. Goalscorers

8.9.6.1. First and last goalscorer – Bets will be refunded if the selected player does not take part in the match or enters the pitch after the first goal has been scored. Anytime goalscorer - Bets will be refunded if the selected player does not take part in the match. Scorecast – A bet on the first goalscorer and the correct score in the match. Bets will be refunded if the selected player does not take part in the match or enters the pitch after the first goal has been scored. To score 2 or more goals / to score a hat-trick – Bets will be refunded if the selected player does not take part in the match. Goalscorer match bets – Bets will be refunded if either one or both players don’t start the match. Top goalscorer (tournament) - Goals scored in extra time count. Goals scored in a penalty shootout do not count. Own goals do not count in any goalscorer market, therefore first goalscorer bets will still be applicable if the first goal is an own goal. This also applies to the last goalscorer market. Subsequent amendments to goalscorers by official bodies do not count.

8.9.7. Handicaps

8.9.7.1. Bets will be settled by adding the handicap to the final match score. Bets will be refunded on two way handicaps if the scores are equal after the calculation.

8.9.8. Next permanent manager

8.9.8.1. A bet on the next permanent manager to be appointed to the club. Managers who are appointed on a temporary or interim basis do not count for this market unless the manager is then appointed on a full-time basis.

8.9.9. Player Specials

8.9.9.1. Unless otherwise stated, player match specials will be refunded if the player doesn’t start the match. If there is any dispute where the outcome of a player special is unclear the bets will be resulted in accordance with www.whoscored.com.

8.9.10. Qualification

8.9.10.1. Bets on teams to qualify to the next stage of a competition will be settled as the team who wins qualification through the match or matches played. Bets will be refunded if either team are disqualified before or during the event. Any subsequent disqualification or a decision by the authorities to reply a match or matches does not count.

8.9.11. Season specials

8.9.11.1. Bets will be settled on the final positions at the conclusion of the season. Subsequent amendments to league positions do not count. Bets will be refunded if a team is disqualified or removed from the league prior to the start of the season. If two teams are level at the end of the season the official tournament rules will be used to deem the winner.

8.9.12. Tournament awards

8.9.12.1. Bets on awards that are created by the organisers of specific tournaments will be settled with the result from the official organising authority.

8.9.13. Other match markets

8.9.13.1. To win from behind – A bet on the selected team to come back from a losing position and win the match.
8.9.13.2. Winning margin – A bet on the margin of goals by which the winning team win the match.
8.9.13.3. To win both halves – A bet on the selected team to win both the first half and the second half of the match.
8.9.13.4. Ball possession - A bet on the amount of time each team has with the ball in their possession. Bets will be refunded in the case of equal possession.
8.9.13.5. Offsides - A bet referring to each time a team are judged to be offside. This is counted as such only when the match official stops play and awards a free-kick for an offside. Bets will be refunded in head to head markets when the offside count is equal.
8.9.13.6. Free kicks - A bet referring to each time the referee awards a direct or indirect free-kick to a team because of an infringement. In the case that a free kick must be retaken then only one will count. Bets will be refunded in head to head markets when the free kick count is equal.
8.9.13.7. Total passes per player - A bet referring to the amount of times a player passes the ball to a team mate. Only completed passes apply.
8.9.13.8. Additional time - A bet on the amount of additional time that is scheduled at the end of the standard 90 minute period as displayed by the fourth official. The extra time period does not count.
8.9.13.9. Shots on target - A bet on the amount of shots on target by the said team. Shots on target are attempts at goal that are either scored or that would have entered the goal had they not been blocked by another player, official or object.
8.9.13.10. Most scoring half – A bet on whether the designated first half or second half of the match will produce the most goals.
8.9.13.11. Man of the match – A bet on the player to be awarded the man of the match award from the official organising authority.
8.9.13.12. Team goals – A bet on the number of goals that the team score in the match.
8.9.13.13. Odd/Even – A bet on the final number of the bet subject being odd or even.


8.10. FUTSAL

8.10.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result of regular time.

8.11. GOLF

8.11.1. General

8.11.1.1. Dead heat rules apply in a two way market.

8.11.2. Head to Head

8.11.2.1.Bets will stand provided both participants play at least one shot in that round (for round head to heads) or that tournament (for tournament head to heads). If either golfer fails to complete all rounds, the winning golfer is the one who has the higher finishing position.

8.11.2.2. Outrights: If the length of the event is changed, all outright bets will stand according to the official result. Bets will be refunded if there is no official result.

8.12. HANDBALL

8.12.1. General

8.12.1.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result of regular time.

8.13. ICE HOCKEY

8.13.1 General

8.13.1.1. Bets will be settled on the official final result of regular time.

8.14. LOTTERY

8.14.1. Turkey 6/49

8.14.1.1 1x2

8.14.1.2. A bet on the biggest majority of odd or even numbers in the draw result. For example, if the winning numbers were 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7, then the winning outcome would be ‘odd’ as an odd number (in this example 1, 3, 5 and 7) would appear four times in the draw and an even number (in this example 2 and 4) would only appear twice. A draw would occur when there are three odd numbers and three even numbers drawn.

8.14.2. Correct Score

8.14.2.1. A bet on how many odd or even numbers appear over themselves. For example, if the winning numbers were 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7, the correct score would be ‘4-2 odd’ as four odd numbers (1, 3, 5 and 7) and two even numbers (2 and 4), were drawn.

8.14.3. First number to be drawn, over / under

8.14.3.1. A bet on the first number drawn to be over or under the amount in the bet description.

8.14.4. First number to be drawn, odd or even

8.14.4.1. A bet on the first number drawn to be either an odd or even numbered ball.

8.14.5. Number to be drawn, yes or no

8.14.5.1. A bet on whether the selected number will be drawn within the six drawn balls.

8.15. MOTORSPORTS

8.15.1. General

8.15.1.1. Bets will be settled according to the official result after the race. Subsequent disqualifications or appeals do not count. Participation in any warm up lap is considered as participation in the actual race.

8.15.2. Head to Head

8.15.2.1. Bets will be refunded if both competitors exit the race on the same lap. If one or both competitors fail to participate in the race, bets will be refunded.

8.15.3. Retirement (First to Retire from race)

8.15.3.1. Bets will be refunded if all of the competitors complete the race without retirement.

8.16. NON SPORTS – POLITICS/SPECIAL BETTING/TV

8.16.1. General

8.16.1.1. Bets will stand on competitors who fail to participate in the competition. Dead heat rules apply when there are two or more winners in a competition. Bets will be settled according to the initial official result. Subsequent disqualifications or appeals do not count.

8.17. OLYMPICS

8.17.1. General

8.17.1.1. All Olympic events will be settled on the official podium positions. Participants awarded gold, silver and bronze will be settled as first, second and third respectively. Subsequent disqualifications or appeals do not count.

8.18. TENNIS

8.18.1. Doubles

8.18.1.1. If a competitor withdraws before the start of the match and is replaced by another player, all bets will be refunded.

8.18.2. Held Event

8.18.2.1. A tennis match is considered a held event unless the match is interrupted and is scheduled to be resumed. Determined markets include where the outcome of the market can only be one selection, for example: If a match is abandoned at score 4-4 bets on over/under 9.5 games or fewer in the set are settled as winners/losers, as the set would have at least 10 games. If a match is abandoned at the score of 6-4, 4-4, bets on Over/Under 19.5 games or fewer in the match are settled as winners/losers, as the match would have had at least 20 games. The only exception to this rule is the Tennis Match winner market that is paid to the officially announced winner if at least one set has been completed.

8.18.3. Team Events

8.18.3.1. In team competitions where one or several participants of any team are replaced for any reason bets stand.

8.18.4. Tie-break

8.18.4.1. Tie-break games will be counted as one game for the purposes of total games bets. If the set has reached 6-6 but the tie-break is not played, bets on a tie break to be played will be settled as winning bets unless there is no tie-break schedules for that set. This also applies to super tiebreaks in the third set of a doubles match. The super tie-break is counted as one game for the purposes of total games and handicap games markets.

8.19. VOLLEYBALL

8.19.1. Golden Set

8.19.1.1. When a match is decided by a Golden set, bets will be settled on the official final result of regular time.

8.19.2. Player Specials

8.19.2.1. Unless otherwise stated, player specials will be refunded if the player doesn’t take any active part in the match.

8.20. HORSE BETTING

8.
20.1. General

8.20.1.1. An each way bet consists of 2 bets on the same selection, one for the winner of the race, and the other for the selection to place. Place terms vary depending on the sporting event and number of runners, and we will display these terms on the betslip for your information at the time of placing a bet.

For example: You have backed a horse for $10.00 each way at 13.00, total stake $20.00.  
The each way terms of the race are 4 places at a quarter of the odds (1/4  1, 2 ,3, 4).
If your horse finishes 2nd, 3rd or 4th the profit on the place part of your bet will be your stake multiplied by 3 (13 - 1 = 12. 12/4 = 3). Your returns will be:
$30.00 profit + $10.00 stake = $40.00.
If your horse wins the event, both win part and place part are successful. You will receive the $40.00 for your place bet and (10 x 12) $120.00 profit + $10.00 stake = $130.00 for the win part.
Total return = $170.00.
Number of horses                                            (Each Way terms)
4 horses or less                                                (No Each Way terms)
5 to 7 horses                                                    (1/4 odds 1, 2)
8 or more horses in a non-handicap race          (1/5 odds 1, 2, 3)
8 to 11 horses in a handicap race                     (1/5 odds 1, 2, 3)
12 to 15 horses in a handicap race                   (1/4 odds 1, 2, 3)
16 or more horses in a handicap race               (1/4 odds 1, 2, 3, 4)

8.20.1.2 How do I place an each way bet?
If you want to place an each way bet click the button marked Each Way (E/W), place terms will be shown. Enter your stake, check your total stake and click place bet.

8.20.1.3 Each way multiples
Each way multiple bets such as doubles, trebles, etc. are settled as two distinct bets. This means that the win parts of each selection are multiplied together and the place parts of each selection are multiplied together.

8.20.1.4 What is a non-runner?
A non-runner is the term used when a runner is withdrawn from a particular race prior to start. If you place a bet on a horse which does not run, your bet on that selection will be voided, this applies to all bets placed on the race day and any bets that are stated. Note: Place terms of a race can change if there are non-runners


8.20.1.5 What is a dead-heat?
A dead heat is when two or more runners cannot be separated by the Judge, even after consulting the photo finish. When calculating your bets, simply divide the stake by the number of selections involved in the dead heat.

For example:
You bet $10.00 on a selection at 11.00 (potential winnings of $110.00).
Your selection is in a dead-heat with another selection, both finishing in joint 1st place.
You receive half of your stake at the original price. Therefore $5.00 at 11.00 = $55.00 total winnings.


8.20.1.6 What is the Rule 4?
If a horse is withdrawn after the final declaration stage and before coming under starter's orders, or is officially deemed by the starter to have taken no part in the race, stakes will be returned on the withdrawn horse and winning bets will be subject to deductions in accordance with Rule 4.

The size of the deduction is dependent on the odds of the withdrawn runner(s) at its time of withdrawal, the shorter the odds the larger the Rule 4 deduction:

Price of non-runner at time of withdrawal

Deduction from winnings

1.30 or lower

0.75

1.31 to 1.40

0.70

1.41 to 1.53

0.65

1.54 to 1.61

0.60

1.62 to 1.80

0.55

1.81 to 1.95

0.50

1.96 to 2.20

0.45

2.21 to 2.50

0.40

2.51 to 2.75

0.35

2.76 to 3.25

0.30

3.26 to 4.00

0.25

4.01 to 5.00

0.20

5.01 to 6.50

0.15

6.51 to 10.00

0.10

10.01 to 15.00

0.05

Over 15.00

No deduction

All bets will be settled according to that source: https://www.sportinglife.com/racing/results

8.21 GREYHOUND RACES

8.21.1 What is a non-runner?
A non-runner is the term used when a runner is withdrawn from a particular race prior to start.
 
Bets on greyhound racing are accepted on named greyhounds. If a greyhound is withdrawn from a race and replaced by a reserve, bets placed on the named greyhound that is withdrawn will be voided, this applies to all bets placed on the race day and any bets that are stated.
 
Example: if Joshua Tree is withdrawn from trap 1 and is replaced by the reserve greyhound Achtung Baby:
a) Bets placed on trap 1 and the named greyhound Achtung Baby will stand. 
b) Bets placed on the named greyhound Joshua Tree will be voided.
 
8.21.2 What is an each way bet?
An each way bet consists of 2 bets on the same selection, one for the winner of the race, and the other for the selection to place. The place terms are available for a race having 6 runners, and we will display these terms on the betslip for your information at the time of placing a bet.

For example:
You have backed a greyhound for $10.00 each way at 13.00, total stake $20.00. 
The each way terms of the race are 2 places at a quarter of the odds (1/4  1, 2).
If your greyhound finishes 2nd the profit on the place part of your bet will be your stake multiplied by 3 (13 - 1 = 12. 12/4 = 3). Your returns will be:
$30.00 profit + $10.00 stake = $40.00.
If your greyhound wins the race, both win part and place part are successful. You will receive the $40.00 for your place bet and (10 x 12) $120.00 profit + $10.00 stake = $130.00 for the win part.
Total return = $170.00.

Number of greyhounds

(Each Way terms)

4 runners or less

(No Each Way terms)

5 or 6 runners

(1/4 odds 1, 2)


8.21.3 How do I place an each way bet?
If you want to place an each way bet click the button marked Each Way (E/W), place terms will be shown. Enter your stake, check your total stake and click place bet.

8.21.4 Each way multiples
Each way multiple bets such as doubles, trebles, etc. are settled as two distinct bets. This means that the win parts of each selection are multiplied together and the place parts of each selection are multiplied together.
 
8.21.5 What is a dead-heat?
A dead heat is when 2 or more runners cannot be separated by the Judge, even after consulting the photo finish. When calculating your bets, simply divide the stake by the number of selections involved in the dead heat.
 
For example:
You bet $10.00 on a selection at 11.00 (potential winnings of $110.00).
Your selection is in a dead-heat with another selection, both finishing in joint 1st place.
You receive half of your stake at the original price. Therefore $5.00 at 11.00 = $55.00 total winnings.




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APPENDIX 1

When gathering results, LSbet.com takes into account the information obtained from the web sites listed below. However, where a result on these sites is contradicted by up to 3 or more credible internet sites, LSbet.com reserves the right to overrule the result displayed on any listed advertised information sites.
American football
Basketball, Euroleague
Basketball. ULEB Cup
Basketball. NBA
Basketball. Championship of Greece
Basketball. Championship of Spain
Basketball. Championship of Italy
Basketball. Championship of Russia
Basketball. Championship of France
Baseball
Biathlon
Volleyball
Handball
Light athletics
Tennis Tournament, ATP and Challengers series
Tennis. WTA tournament
Formula 1
Soccer. Championship of Europe and Eurocup
Soccer. Championship of England
Soccer. Championship of Germany
Soccer. Championship of Spain
Soccer. Championship of Italy
Soccer. Championship of the World
Soccer. Championship of Russia
Hockey. NHL
Hockey. Championship of Germany
Hockey. Championship of the World
Hockey. Championship of Russia
Hockey. Championship of Finland
Hockey. Championship of Czech Republic
Hockey. Championship of Switzerland
Hockey. Championship of Sweden
Ball Hockey. Russia

APPENDIX 2

Single betis a bet in which it is required to predict the outcome of only one event. The winnings of the single bet are equal to the stake of the bet multiplied by the odds on the event. You can make the single bet on any event. The winning amount is calculated by multiplication of the odd with a bet amount.

Example for Single Bets

Win1/Draw/Win2

90 minutes
Home
Draw
Away
Chelsea – Liverpool
1.6
3.5
5.7

Let’s say a bet of $100 is placed for DRAW in the game above. Odd for DRAW is 3.5. So if a player wins he will get $350 (100x3.5)

Net win is $250.

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A multiple, or a combo bet is a bet in which it is required to predict the outcomes of more than one event simultaneously (the maximum number of the events in a combo bet is 21). If even one event in the combo bet is predicted incorrectly, the whole bet is considered to be lost. It is possible to combine in one combo bet events from various sports. Combo bets are not accepted when the outcome of one part of the bet contributes to the outcome of another (in such case the event with the biggest odd will be used for calculations, and the rest of depending events will be considered to be with odds 1.0). The odds of a combo bet are calculated as the product of the odds of all of the events included in the bet. The winnings of the combo bet are equal to the stake of the bet multiplied by the odds of the combo bet. The overall odd (coefficient) for a Combo bet is not limited.

Example for multiple bets

Win1/Draw/Win2

90 minutes
Home
Draw
Away
Chelsea – Liverpool
1.6
3.5
5.7
Man U – Real Madrid
1.2
2.5
1.5
Inter – Barcelona
1.7
3.0
1.6

Let’s say a bet of $100 is places for Chelsea – Liverpool to DRAW, Man U – Real Madrid, Man U to WIN, Inter – Barcelona, Inter to WIN. Odds will be multiplied 3.5x1.2x1.7 = 7.14

If this bet wins then money will be $100x7.14 = $714

Net win is $614.

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A system bet is a full combination of combo bets of the given size with events from a predefined number of events. Each combination in the system is calculated as a separate combo bet.

Example of 2/3 system bet

Win1/Draw/Win2

90 minutes
Home
Draw
Away
Chelsea – Liverpool
1.6
3.5
5.7
Man U – Real Madrid
1.2
2.5
1.5
Inter – Barcelona
1.7
3.0
1.6

Let’s say a bet of $90 is places for Chelsea – Liverpool to DRAW, Man U – Real Madrid Man U to WIN, Inter – Barcelona, Inter to WIN.

It means player is placing 3 multiple bet with 2 possible outcomes in each:

No
A system bet
Coefficient
Win
1
Chelsea – Liverpool
Man U – Real Madrid
3.5x1.2 = 4.2
4.2x$30 = $126
2
Chelsea – Liverpool
Inter – Barcelona
3.5x1.7 = 5.95
5.95x$30 = $178.5
3
Man U – Real Madrid
Inter – Barcelona
1.2x1.7 = 2.04
2.04x$30 = $61.2

If these bets will win, then player will get $126 + $178.5 + $61.2 = $365.7

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Example of 2/4 system bet

Win1/Draw/Win2

90 minutes
Home
Draw
Away
Chelsea – Liverpool
1.6
3.5
5.7
Man U – Real Madrid
1.2
2.5
1.5

Handicap

90 minutes
Home
Away
Inter – Barcelona
(-2.0) 1.5
(-2.0) 2.3

To Win

To Win
Winner 1
Winner 2
R. Nadal – R.Federer
1.6
2.6

Let’s say a bet of $120 is placed for: Chelsea – Liverpool to DRAW, Man U – Real Madrid Man U to WIN, Inter to Win with handicap, and R.Nadal to WIN

It means player is placing 6 multiple bet with 2 possible outcomes in each:

No
A system bet
Coefficient
Win
1
Chelsea – Liverpool
Man U – Real Madrid
3.5x1.2 = 4.2
4.2x$20 = $84
2
Chelsea – Liverpool
Inter – Barcelona
3.5x1.5 = 5.25
5.25x$20 = $105
3
Chelsea – Liverpool
R. Nadal – R.Federer
3.5x1.6 = 5.6
5.6x$20 = $112
4
Man U – Real Madrid
Inter – Barcelona
1.2x1.5 = 1.8
1.8x$20 = $36
5
Man U – Real Madrid
R. Nadal – R.Federer
1.2x1.6 = 1.92
1.92x$20 = $38.4
6
Inter – Barcelona
R. Nadal – R.Federer
1.5x1.6 = 2.4
2.4x$20 = $48

If these bets will win, player will get $84 + $105 + $112 + $36 + $38.4 + $48 = $423.4

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Example of 3/4 system bet

Win1/Draw/Win2

90 minutes
Home
Draw
Away
Chelsea – Liverpool
1.6
3.5
5.7
Man U – Real Madrid
1.2
2.5
1.5

Handicap

90 minutes
Home
Away
Inter – Barcelona
(-2.0) 1.5
(+2.0) 2.3

To Win

To Win
Winner 1
Winner 2
R. Nadal – R.Federer
1.6
2.6

Let’s say a bet of $120 is placed for: Chelsea – Liverpool to DRAW, Man U – Real Madrid Man U to WIN, Inter to Win with handicap, and R.Nadal to WIN

It means player is placing 4 multiple bet with 3 possible outcomes in each.

Bet will be divided to 4 = $30:

No
A system bet
Coefficient
Win
1
Chelsea – Liverpool
Man U – Real Madrid
Inter – Barcelona
3.5x1.2x1.5 = 6.3
6.3x30ea = 189ea
2
Chelsea – Liverpool
Man U – Real Madrid
R. Nadal – R.Federer
3.5x1.2x1.6 = 6.72
6.72x30ea = 201.6ea
3
Man U – Real Madrid
Inter – Barcelona
R. Nadal – R.Federer
1.2x1.5x1.6 = 2.88
2.88x30ea = 86.4ea
4
Chelsea – Liverpool
Inter – Barcelona
R. Nadal – R.Federer
3.5x1.5x1.6 = 8.4
8.4x30ea = 252ea

If these bets will win, player will get $189 + $201.6 + $86.4 + $252 = $729

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Handicap For the determination of the result of a bet with a handicap, it is necessary to add (if the handicap is positive) or to subtract (if the handicap is negative) the handicap to/from the goals scored by a selected team (a handicap on the second team does not count). If after that the result is a win for the selected team, the bet is considered to be won. If the calculated result is a draw, the bet is returned.

Example of Handicap

90 minutes
Home
Away
Inter – Barcelona
(0.0)1.5
(0.0)2.3

Let’s say a bet is placed on Barcelona to WIN with a (0.0) handicap. For that Barcelona has to win with any possible result. If the Teams will DRAW then money will be returned.

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Total Goals. Bet is placed on how many goals will be scored in a game in total.

Example for Total Goals

Chelsea – Liverpool
Over
(3.0) 1.7
Under
(3.0) 2.0

If the amount of scored goals is less than 3, the winners are those who placed on Under (3.0), and Over (3.0) will lose, and vice versa if more than 3 goals will be scored.

If exactly 3 Goals will be scored, placed bets will be returned.

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