Sports Rules

BETTING RULES

  • We reserve the right to limit or refuse any wager prior to its acceptance.
  • BAD LINE RULE. We will not accept wagers on events posted with obvious or gross line errors. Management also reserves the right to cancel any wager made on an obvious "bad" line due to software or human error.
  • Members should check their account balance at least on a weekly basis.
  • Members must state their PIN and password to the customer service representative prior to obtaining your balance, any sports betting information or placing a wager.
  • Account balances are verified by the customer service representative. Any discrepancies or irregularities will be noted and corrected by the customer service department.
  • We keep track of all wagers by telephone. Any discrepancies with regard to wagers will be resolved by the audio voice recording of the transaction and that record shall serve as the final determination of the dispute and all wagers will be adjusted accordingly.
  • "READ BACK IS FINAL" is vital at the end of the phone call, this is when the customer service representative reads back your wager(s) and states that "If all of the plays just stated are correct, please state your PIN and Password". It is the customer's responsibility to correct any errors during the read back. Once the plays are confirmed they are final. In the event that the customer does not hear the read back due to technical difficulties, it is the customer's responsibility to call back immediately to confirm the plays. Otherwise the wagers may be voided. Upon confirmation of the read back, all plays read back are final and official.
  • All disputes will be settled by management in a timely manner.
  • We reserve the right to add, delete or change house wagering rules or payoff odds at any time.
  • The placing of wagers by anyone under 18 is prohibited.
  • All sporting events must be played on the schedule date. Exceptions to this rule are on a game by game basis and will be ruled action or not depending upon the decision made in Las Vegas. If an event is postponed and/or rescheduled or there is a change of venue, that event may constitute "no action", which means all money for that event would be refunded (Unless Vegas determines otherwise).
  • Las Vegas Rules apply to any wager or discrepancy not covered by the rules and regulations here specified.
  • In order to have action, the game must go:
    • Football (Pro/College) 55 minutes of play
    • Basketball (Pro) 43 minutes of play
    • Basketball (College) 35 minutes of play
    • Hockey (Pro) 55 minutes of play
    • Boxing (Pro - amateur) 1st round bell
    • Baseball (Home Team Winning) 4 1/2 innings complete
    • Baseball (Visitor Winning) 5 innings complete
    • Baseball (Total Runs-Home team winning) 8 1/2 innings complete
    • Baseball (Total Runs-visitor winning) 9 innings complete
    • Other sports: All other contests that involve a scheduled length of play time or time limit must be played to their conclusion or have five minutes or less of scheduled playing time remaining, when the contest concludes to be considered official for wagering purposes.
  • Overtime periods, quarters or extra innings are counted in the final score when wagering on totals, money lines and spreads, unless otherwise specified and with the exception of soccer lines including a quote for a draw (3-way line).
  • On half time wagers, overtime periods are included as part of the second half.
  • On over/under wagers, overtime periods are included in the final score (except in soccer matches with a draw, 3-way line).
  • The home team is always listed as the bottom team unless otherwise specified.
  • Dead Heat Rule: when you have a multi-outcome prop or event where two or more winners tie
    • In the event of a dead heat (a tie) in a Future wager, stakes will be divided between the number of winners.
    • If the tie was a betting option, then the dead heat rule does not apply. The Dead Heat Rule only applies to Future Wagers that didn't have a tie listed as a betting option.

    Examples:

    • In a two-way Dead Heat (2 winners) for example, your return will be half of what it could have been. This can be referred to as half-face value of the bet or a bet for half the original stake.
    • If there is a 3 way tie, then your winnings are calculated by taking your stake, dividing it by 3, and multiplying that amount by the odds on your betting ticket.
  • Buying points: You may purchase 1/2 points in football and basketball, at a cost of 10% juice, up to two points.
    Points lay/get
    1/2 120/100
    1 130/100
    1 1/2 140/100
    2 150/100
    • When buying on or off 3 in football (NFL) there is an additional 20% juice.
    • When buying on or off 7 in football (NFL) there is an additional 15% juice.

CIRCLED GAMES

  • CIRCLED games are not allowed in hook-ups. This means you may only place straight wagers only and wagering limits are restricted and lower.
  • You cannot buy points on a CIRCLED game.
  • The reason a game is put into a CIRCLE is due to an unknown status of a key player, players or weather/unrelated sports conditions. Once the information about the player(s) or the external conditions of the game is released, we will release the CIRCLE allowing normal wagering to resume.

IF BETS AND REVERSES

  • Single Action: only if the first pick wins, you have action on the next pick and so on.
  • Double Action: if the first pick wins, ties, cancels, or is suspended, you have action on the second pick and so on.
  • For reverses it works exactly the same as regular if bets except it includes every possible combination of if bets of those same teams.

TEASERS

• NFL Teasers:

 

6 POINT

6 ½ POINT

7 POINT

2 TEAMS

120/100

130/100

140/100

3 TEAMS

100/155

100/135

100/120

4 TEAMS

100/250

100/225

100/200

5 TEAMS

100/400

100/375

100/325

6 TEAMS

100/550

100/500

100/450

• COLLEGE Teasers:

 

6 POINT

6 ½ POINT

7 POINT

2 TEAMS

100/100

110/100

120/100

3 TEAMS

100/180

100/160

100/140

4 TEAMS

100/300

100/250

100/200

5 TEAMS

100/450

100/400

100/350

6 TEAMS

100/700

100/600

100/500

  • Note: You can mix college and pro teams when playing teasers, however NFL odds for teasers will be used.
  • A tie on a three or more team teaser reduces the teaser to the next lower payoff. Example: A four teamer becomes a three teamer, etc. A tie and a winner on a two team teaser is no action, a tie and a loser on a two team teaser is a loser.
  • 2 Team Teaser: TIE + WIN = NO ACTION
  • 2 Team Teaser: TIE + LOSER = LOSER

• Special Football Teasers:

10 Point Special Teasers  : 125/100

  • Always 3 teams
  • Always 10 points (NFL, NCAA FB)
  • Ties lose
  • Sides and totals (Max 2 totals)

13 Point Special Teasers : 140/100

  • Always 4 teams
  • Always 13 points (NFL, NCAA FB)
  • Ties lose
  • Sides and totals(Max 2 totals)

Official game pertaining to NFL/ STANDARD teasers:

• In the case of a postponed/ canceled / or change of venue game included in a NFL or STANDARD teaser, that game will be graded as "no action" within that teaser and the NFL or STANDARD teaser will revert to the next level payoff teaser, (ie: a four team NFL/ STANDARD teaser will revert to a three team teaser as the postponed game will be no action). Two team teasers will follow tie/ win "no action" tie / loss "Loser" rule.

Official Game pertaining to SPECIAL TEASERS:

SPECIAL TEASERS official game policy with a postponed game:
- with winners is a “no action”
- with losers is a loss.

• BASKETBALL Teasers:

 

4 POINT

4½ POINT

5 POINT

2 TEAMS

110/100

120/100

130/100

3 TEAMS

100/180

100/160

100/150

4 TEAMS

100/300

100/250

100/200

5 TEAMS

100/450

100/400

100/350

6 TEAMS

100/700

100/600

100/500

  • Note: You can mix college and pro teams when playing teasers.
  • A tie on a three or more team teaser reduces the teaser to the next lower payoff. Example: A four teamer becomes a three teamer, etc. A tie and a winner on a two team teaser is no action, a tie and a loser on a two team teaser is a loser.
  • 2 Team Teaser: TIE + WIN = NO ACTION
  • 2 Team Teaser: TIE + LOSER = LOSER
  • Note: You can tease a basketball game to a football game, however it will be taking the highest risk amount.
  • Ex: 2 Team Teaser: NBA Team + NCAAFB Team -110/100

• Special Basketball Teasers:

8 Point Special Teasers  : 120/100

  • Always 3 teams
  • Always 8 points (NBA, NCAA BK)
  • Ties lose
  • Sides and totals (Max 2 totals)

10 Point Special Teasers : 140/100

  • Always 4 teams
  • Always 10 points (NBA, NCAA BK)
  • Ties lose
  • Sides and totals (Max 2 totals)

FOOTBALL

  • Bets are considered official after 55 minutes of play. If 55 minutes of play have not being completed, a bet on the team is treated as no action, and a parlay or teaser bet will be reduced accordingly.
  • Bets on 1st, 2nd half's and all quarters will be considered action and will be graded upon completion of the period in question.
  • Bets on spread, money line, totals for the whole game and all bets on second halves always include overtime scoring.
  • Bets for 4th quarter do not include overtime scoring.

FOOTBALL PROPOSITION

  • NFL Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.NFL.com
  • NCAA Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.ESPN.com
  • For player propositions:
    • The quarterback must have at least one passing attempt.
    • The running back must have at least one rushing attempt for the wager to be action.
    • In wagers involving total receptions and total receiving yards the player must play for action, if he doesn't have a catch the wager stands and it is considered as zero yards (the under wins).
  • For wagering purposes, defensive points do not include PATs (Points after Touchdowns).
  • Involving multiple players from each team, such as “Player to score the 1st TD”, all players are action unless otherwise specified on the wager. In pool events all players are action.
  • Overtime counts on football propositions. The 4th Quarter, however, does NOT include Overtime. Only the actual points scored in the 4th quarter count towards a 4th Quarter wager.
  • Football propositions will be graded as soon as they occur, these are some examples:
    • Team to score first
    • Team to receive the opening kickoff
    • Team to get the first 1st down
    • Team to punt first
    • YES/NO score in 7min 30sec or 2, 4 or 5 minutes of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, quarter
    • First score of the game: Touchdown/Field goal or Safety
    • Teams first score of the game: Touchdown/Field goal or Safety
    • Team to make the 1st successful FG
    • Team to miss the first FG
    • Team to record the 1st QB sack
    • First turnover of the game
    • YES/NO special teams or defensive TD score
    • Player to score a TD 1st
    • QB to throw a TD 1st
    • To happen 1st for QBs
  • For some other football propositions the game must go 55 minutes for action, these are some examples:
    • Team to score last
    • Last score of the game: TD / FG or Safety
    • Teams last score of the game: TD / FG or Safety
    • First turnover of the game
    • YES/NO special teams or defensive TD score
    • Team to Have MOST 1st DOWNS
    • Team to Have the LONGEST FIELD GOAL
    • Team to Have the LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
    • Team to Have the LONGEST PUNT RETURN
    • Team to Have the LONGEST TOUCHDOWN
    • Total FIELD GOALS made in the game by BOTH TEAMS
    • Teams Total points scored in the game
    • Total PUNTS in the Game
    • Total QB SACKS Made by BOTH Teams
    • Total TOUCHDOWNS Made in the game by BOTH TEAMS
    • Total Player Propositions
  • Special rules on football propositions:
    • The First Turnover of the game: On fumble, it has to be a lost fumble recovered by an opposing team, not recovered by the same team.
    • Will either team score 3 unanswered times in game: Extra point and 2 point conversions do not count as a score.
    • Team to have the longest FG, longest kickoff return, longest punt return, longest touchdown: If yardage is tied for both teams, wagers have no action.
    • Team to have longest touchdown: Offensive, Defensive or Special teams TD count.
    • FIRST Team Offense to cross 50 Yards Line: Punt Return, Kickoff Return, Fumble Recovery or Interception. Kickoff return doesn't count towards the wager, teams offense has to cross the 50 yard line for wager to be official.
    • Team to make a 3rd Down Conversion FIRST: If the 1st Down happens via Penalty, wager is a winner.
    • Team to USE a TIMEOUT 1st in the game: If Team loses a Coaches Challenge and is charged a Timeout and this is the 1st Timeout in the game, wager is graded a winner.
    • FIRST Team to be Penalized for PASS INTERFERENCE: Wager is made on which team will be called for Defensive or Offensive Pass Interference (penalty) first in the game. If penalty happens on the same play, wager becomes 2nd Defensive or Offensive Interference penalty.
    • FIRST Team to get called for a HOLDING PENALTY: Team to have Defensive or Offensive Holding Penalty called on them first. If both teams have offsetting holding penalties on the same play, 1st holding penalty is a winning wager.
    • FIRST Punt of the game: Player catches ball & ball hits the ground or fumbles ball = Ball Hits Ground is winner. Ball has to go out of bounds in air & land out of bounds, if not, Ball Hits Ground is a winner. Touchback, ball must be placed on Opponents 20 yard line for winning wager.
    • Total number of different players to score: Wager is on how many team players will score in game. Any score by a player counts towards wager. FG, TD, Safety count as a score. Extra Point and 2 Pt Conversion don't count towards wager.

REGULAR SEASON PROPS

  • In NFL Regular Season wins and Team vs team regular season wins: teams must play all 16 Regular season games for action. Wager is for Regular Season Only.
  • In Odds to win the NFL MVP: All wagers have action. If a player withdraws (due to injury, illness, etc.), prior or during the football season all bets still have action.
  • In NFL Season player propositions (Most passing yards, most rushing yards and most receiving yards): Wager is for Regular Season ONLY. All wagers have action.
  • In NFL Regular season player vs player proposition: Most Touchdown passes thrown: Both players MUST play in teams opening game for action. Wager is for Touchdown Passes ONLY. Wager is for Regular Season Only.
  • In NFL Regular season player vs player proposition: Most Touchdowns Scored: Both players MUST play in teams opening game for action. All Touchdowns count towards wager. Wager is for Regular Season Only.
  • In NCAA Football Regular Season wins: Wager is for Regular Season Games Only. Conference Championship games and Bowl games are NOT included. Team must play every scheduled regular season game for action.
  • In NCAA Conference championships: If Ties, winner is team selected 1st by BCS.
  • In NCAA Divisional: The team participating in the conference championship game will be considered to have won that division.

BASEBALL

  • Games are official after 5 innings of play unless the home team is winning after 4 1/2 innings.
  • After 4 innings of play, if the game is called or suspended, the final score is determined after the last full inning of play unless the home team scores to tie or take the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the winner is determined by the score when the game is called.
  • When wagering on Total Runs (over/under) or Run Lines the game must go 9 innings (8 1/2 if the home team is winning).
  • A wager on a Run Line or a Total will always be with Listed Pitchers (those pitchers must throw the first pitch of the game), therefore if there is a Pitching change, the wager will be NO ACTION.
  • Parlays or if bets with a Runline to a total on the same game are NOT allowed.
  • Suspended games do not carry over to the following day.

    *** Rules Exception ***

    • MLB Post Season Games that are suspended (not cancelled), bets will carry over until the game is ruled final. This Rule Exception only applies to MLB Post Season Games and not regular season games.
    • Example: The Texas and Tampa score is 1-2 in the top of the 8th and Texas scores a run to tie the game 2-2. Now the game is suspended due to rain and scheduled to resume 2 days later. In this case all bets pending will remain pending until the game is completed and ruled final.
  • Pitcher Selection: Baseball wagers will be accepted in the following manner:
    • Action: Team against team, regardless of the starting pitcher. "Action" wagers will be computed by the opening price with the new pitcher. A pitcher is deemed a starting pitcher after throwing one pitch.
    • One specified pitcher: A wager where you pick only 1 pitcher and do not care who the other starting pitcher is. The pitcher you list MUST throw the first pitch of the game in order for your wager to have "Action".
    • Both specified pitchers (listed): If starting pitchers are not exactly as listed on wagering display board and/or your ticket, your wager will be deemed "no action".
  • Note: If there is a pitching change prior to the game, money odds may be adjusted. If one scheduled pitcher starts against any unscheduled pitcher, "action" wagers will be computed by the opening price with the new pitcher. A pitcher is deemed a starting pitcher after throwing one pitch.
  • If a game is called or suspended after 4 1/2 innings of play the score is determined after the last full inning of play, unless the home team scores to tie or win in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the winner is determined by the score when the game is called. When betting listed pitchers, both pitchers must start in order to have action.

BASEBALL PROPS

  • MLB Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.mlb.com
  • First 5 full Innings:
    • When wagering on the "First 5 full innings" lines, both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change all wagers will be no action. If both teams are tied, wagers on sides will be considered a “no action” and the wagers on the total will have action. Both teams must bat 5 full innings for action.
  • Player Props:
    • All players must start for action (unless otherwise specified). All players must have at least 1 at bat (note walks count), and the game must go 8½ innings with the home team winning. When wagering on player props both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change all wagers will be no action.
    • Involving multiple players from each team, such as Player to score the 1st run or record the 1st RBI, all players are action unless otherwise specified on the wager. In pool events all players are action.
  • On Total Bases Propositions:
    • Listed pitchers and both players must start. A batter is only credited for bases if he hits a single (1), a double (2), a triple (3) or a home run (4). A walk, hit by pitch, error, balk, sacrifices, fielder’s choice or passed ball do not count. The batter must hit the ball and make it to first base without an error being committed. If he hits a single, for example, and makes it further than first on an error, he is only credited with a single (1 base).
  • Team to score first:
    • When wagering on "Team to score first", both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change, all wagers will be no action. The "Team to score first" prop has action as soon as a team scores.
  • Will there be a score in the first inning:
    • Prop will be graded as soon as the first inning ends, and bets are action regardless of game suspension or postponement.
  • Team total Runs:
    • When wagering on "Team total runs", both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change, all wagers will be no action. The game must go a minimum of 8½ innings with the home team winning.
  • Hits and Home Runs props:
    • When wagering on Hits and/or Home Runs, both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change all wagers will be no action. The game must go a minimum of 8½ innings if the home team is winning.
  • Alternative Run Lines:
    • When wagering on "Alternative Run Lines", both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change all wagers will be no action. The game must go a minimum of 8½ innings with the home team winning.
  • Total Runs, Hits, and Errors:
    • When wagering on Total Runs, Hits, and Errors both listed pitchers must start. In case of a pitching change all wagers will be no action. The game must go a minimum of 8½ innings with the home team winning.
  • MLB Grand Salami:
    • The Baseball Grand Salami will be decided by the total runs scored in all major-league games scheduled for that day.
    • All games must go a minimum of 8½ innings for this prop to have action. If any scheduled game is canceled or stopped before the completion of 8 1/2 innings, all wagers on the Baseball Grand Salami will be cancelled.
    • No pitchers will be listed for the Grand Salami; all wagers will have action regardless of the starting pitchers.

BASKETBALL

  • Quarter Wagers:
    • Wagers are official once each quarter is completed, whether or not the game is played completely.
  • NBA Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.NBA.com
  • NCAA Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.ESPN.com
  • For Player Propositions: The player MUST PLAY in game for the wager to have action.
  • Overtime counts on basketball propositions.

HOCKEY

  • Regarding totals: If the game ends in overtime tied and goes to a shootout, the winner of the shootout will be credited with one extra goal. Penalty Shootouts are expressly considered part of overtime. If a Penalty Shootout is contested, the winner will be credited with an extra goal.
  • NHL Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.NHL.com
  • Player Propositions:
    • For Total Player Points, both goals and assists are included. For grading purposes, Penalty Shootouts are NOT included.
    • Goals and Assists, each goal and each assists count as one point
  • “Team to score first” and “yes/no score in 10 minutes” are graded as soon as they occur.
  • Overtime counts on hockey propositions.

REGULAR SEASON WINS

  • NFL: Team must play 16 regular season games for action.
  • NCAA FB: Team must play every scheduled regular season game for action. Playoff and Conference championship and Bowl games are not included.
  • MLB: Team must play at least 160 regular season games for action. Any Playoff game does not count towards wagers.
  • NBA: Team must play 82 regular season games for action.

SOCCER RULES

  • If a match is suspended before full time is reached, and not completed the same day, wagers on the outcome of the match are considered void and all wagers will be refunded.
  • Money line wagering on soccer offers a draw line as well as sides. In the event of a draw example: (1-1), all bets on either of the sides will be graded as losers. Again, in the event of a draw, only wagers placed on the draw line will be graded as a win. This rule does not apply to bets placed on the spread (goal line).
  • The result of the game is decided after 90 minutes of play plus injury time. Extra time / overtime / golden goal is not taken into consideration for soccer bets unless otherwise stipulated.
  • If any match is abandoned or postponed all bets will be void unless the relevant marked result has already happened. For example, "first goal scorer" betting will stand if a goal has already been scored.
  • Where a venue is changed, bets will stand unless the game is to be played at the original away team's field in which case all bets will be void.

GOLF

  • If the start of a round is delayed, or if play during a round is suspended, all pending wagers will remain valid for 48 hours. If the postponement lasts more than 48 hours, all pending wagers will be canceled and the money refunded.
  • Wagers on a golfer who does not play in the tournament are graded as No Action.
  • A golfer is deemed to have played once he or she has teed off. In the event of a player withdrawing after having teed off, wagers on that player will be consider a loss.
  • Wagers will be settled using the official tournament and match results (including final match correct score and individual match betting). This includes a match which finishes early, either by agreement of the players or because of injury.

Golf Matchups:

  • In head-to-head matchups, both golfers must tee off in order to have action.
  • Players are paired for betting purposes only. The player with the lower score over the entire tournament is the matchup winner.
  • In 1st Round matchups, the player with the lower score in the 1st round ONLY (usually 18 holes) is the matchup winner
  • Settlement will be on the player achieving the highest placing at the end of the tournament. If the number of rounds played is reduced, as in the case of bad weather, bets stand providing that an official tournament winner is declared.
  • If one player misses the cut, the other player is deemed the winner. If both players miss the cut, the lowest score after the cut has been made will determine the winner.
  • If a player is disqualified or withdraws after starting, either prior to the completion of two rounds or after both players have made the cut, the other player is deemed the winner.
  • If a player is disqualified during either the 3rd or 4th rounds, when the other player in the match bet has already missed the cut, the disqualified player will be considered the winner.

Outright Betting (Tournament Winner):

  • The "Field" includes all players not offered by name.
  • All outright bets are settled on the player winning the trophy. The result of play-offs is taken into account.
  • If a tournament does not go the specified number of completed holes (usually 72) and is shortened by the tournament officials, the leader at the end of the number of holes specified by the officials will be the winner, unless there is no further play or only part of a round completed after a bet has been placed, in which case that bet will be canceled.
  • In the event that two or more golfers are tied for the lead at the end of regulation play, a sudden death playoff is normally used to determine the winner of the tournament. In this case, the winner of the playoff is the winner for betting purposes. All other golfers in the playoff will be graded as second-place finishers.
  • In the event of a tie for a finishing position, the tied position will count; for example, if five players tie for eighth place, all five will be considered to have finished eighth.
  • In some tournaments, tournament officials may have the individuals play a specified number of playoff holes to determine the tournament winner. In this case, the golfer with the lowest score after completing the specified number of holes will be declared the winner, and all other golfers in the playoff will be graded as second-place finishers.

To Miss/Make The Cut:

  • For some tournaments we may offer prices for players to make the cut (take part in the final rounds), or miss the cut (fail to qualify for the final rounds).

Finishing Position of a Named Player:

  • In the event of a tie for a finishing position, the tied position will count, eg. a tie with 5 other players for 8th place will count as a finishing position of 8.

Group Betting:

  • The winner will be the player with the lowest score at the end of the tournament (or after the cut if all players miss the cut), playoff included.
  • In the event of a tie, the winner will be the player with the lowest score for the final round.
  • If a player does not tee off all bets on that group will be void and monies refunded.

AUTORACING

  • To win the race: 60% of the starting field must start the race for action.
  • Top 3 (podium) finishes: 80% of the starting field must start for action.
  • Drivers Matchups: Both drivers must start the race for action.
  • THE FORMATION LAP IS NOT CONSIDERED PART OF THE RACE FOR WAGERING PURPOSES.
  • Postponements:
    • If a race or qualifier is postponed for any reason, all wagers will remain valid for 48 hours. If the postponement lasts more than 48 hours, all wagers will be canceled and the money refunded.

NASCAR RACES:

  • The Official NASCAR winner of the race shall be the winner of the race for wagering purposes; this includes all races which are halted prematurely for any reason.
  • In head-to-head matchups, both drivers must start the race in order for the wager to be considered "action".
  • If a starting driver who has completed at least one lap is replaced during the race by another driver for any reason, the starting driver will be awarded the finishing driver's position at the end of the race.
    • Example: Driver JONES starts the race, completes 8 laps, but leaves the race due to injury, and then replacement driver SMITH finishes the race and places 10th. In the race standings, driver JONES would be credited with a 10th place finish.
  • Disqualifications that occur more than 30 minutes after the race has ended are not recognized for wagering purposes.

Formula 1:

  • Wagers on a driver will be in effect if, and only if, the driver lines up on the official starting grid after the warm-up lap.
  • The podium positions will be used to determine 1st, 2nd and 3rd for betting purposes.
  • In head-to-head matchups, both drivers must start the race in order for the wager to be considered "action".
  • In two-way matchups, if both drivers fail to complete the race, the driver completing the most laps will be deemed the winner. If both drivers retire on the same lap, wagers will be settled on the official FIA classification at the time of the podium presentation.
  • If a driver fails to take part in the qualifying session then all bets on that driver will be void. This event will be settled on official times as recorded by the FIA and will not be affected by any subsequent penalties or demotions.

BOXING

  • When the bell sounds to begin the first round, the bout will be considered official for betting purposes, regardless of the scheduled length or title.
  • If the scheduled length of the match is changed, all prior wagers on the number of rounds the bout will last will be graded as 'No Action'.
  • Each round is three minutes in duration; a half-round is defined as ninety seconds.
  • For wagering purposes, the disqualification of a boxer during a match will be counted as a knockout by his opponent.
  • Total of Rounds:
    • Customer will either go over or under a number of rounds in which the fight will be finished.
    • For example; on the total of rounds the line is 4.5. If a player takes the over, he's saying that the fight will last more than 4.5 rounds. That would be 4 full rounds and the first 90 seconds into the 5th round.
  • Correct Result Wagering:
    • Players can wager on which boxer will win the fight and the manner in which the fight is won. A KNOCKOUT includes Technical Knockouts (TKO) and Disqualifications (DQ). A DECISION is determined to be anytime the judge's scorecards are used to determine the winner of the bout regardless of the round in which this occurs. If the fight ends in a Tie, wagers on the draw will be paid, while wagers on “no draw” and on both fighters will be lost. If any of both fighters wins, wagers on “no draw” plus the fighter (that wins the fight) will be considered winners, the rest losers.
  • Las Vegas wagering rules will be used for any situation not covered here.

TENNIS (ATP-WTA)

  • For wagering purposes, a tennis match:
    • Must go at least 2 FULL SETS or 3 FULL SETS for Grand Slams (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open, MENS ONLY), there will be action.
    • In the event of a retirement after 2 full sets (or 3 full sets for a grand slam, MENS ONLY) the winner will be determined by who advances.
  • First Set Betting
    • First set must be completed for wagers to stand. If the first set is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all wagers will be considered no action.
  • Sets Betting
    • The tennis match must be completed for wagers to stand. If a tennis match is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all set wagers will be considered no action.
  • Delay or suspension:
    • If a tennis match is completed, all wagers stand as written. A delay in the start of a match will not affect the standing of wagers, nor will a suspension, as long as play is resumed and the match completed.
  • In the event of a change of playing surface, venue, or outside to indoor court and vice versa, all bets will stand.
  • In the case of a walkover situation, the outcome will be graded "no action".

OLYMPICS

  • For multi-way futures betting, all events are ALL-IN betting - no refunds on nonstarters.
  • If a particular athlete/team has a yes/no (2-way) price to win the gold medal, then that athlete/team must start competition for action.
  • For Match-Up betting between two athletes / 2 Countries in any event, both athletes /countries must start event for action.
  • For over/under on a countries total medals within a sport, the total is for both the men's and women's competitions within that area - *Example:* If USA wins 10 medals in men's athletics and 9 in womens athletics, the total medals won by the USA is 19 in Athletics.
  • Events are official after the original medal ceremony. Any subsequent changes to those results do not count.
  • For props on individual athletes, competitor must start the first event they are scheduled to participate for action.

ENTERTAINMENT

  • Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as no action.
  • No refunds, all wagers are action.
  • All wagers will be graded based on the results posted on the official website for each TV Show/Event.
  • If none or more than one of the listed contestants wins, all wagers will be graded as No-action.

POLITICS:

  • Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as no-action.
  • No refunds, all wagers are action regardless of whether or not they run for each specific category.

LIVE IN-GAME WAGERING RULES:

  • When you bet on the live line for a game, you are betting on the result of the entire game (The final score including overtime). NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, CFB, CBB.
  • Lines will be offered at the office’s discretion. We do not guarantee that there will be a line at any point during the game.
  • We reserve the right to cancel any wager made on any obvious error in any line. (Please refer to rule #2).
  • Live Baseball
    • The lines normally will be posted between innings, and in between middle of the inning.
    • The live line is for the entire game.
    • Live line on baseball is always action. (All wagers remain regardless of the pitchers).

Horses Rules

Schedule

 

We are open 7 days a week from 8am to 8 pm Pacific Time (Closing time may vary due to Racing location and conditions)


Please take a moment to review the rules, tracks, and limits. If there is a racetrack that we don’t offer, just ask! Many tracks not available on our website can be wagered over the phone. Call customer service for the direct toll free number to our dedicated horse department. We’ll always do our best to accommodate your needs.

Rules

  • We take Thoroughbred racing only. No Harness, Quarter horses, Arabian or Steeplechase.
  • All wagers must be posted 1 minute prior to post. A clerk will give you a post time at the end of your call. If the race starts before the time you are given on the call your bet will be NO ACTION, win or lose.
  • If a wager is made after the race has started it will not be paid. We reserve the right to cancel any wager due to a ticket being past post or any computer malfunction in the closing time of any race.
  • We do not assume responsibility for wagers that are unsuccessfully entered before post time.
  • Horses are identified by saddlecloth number not by name.
  • Customers are responsible for their selection of both horse and race numbers.
  • Any attempt to play negative pool hedges will result in account suspension.
  • When you wager on a horse that is coupled with other horses, your wager includes all horses running under that number. If a horse is coupled with others, you receive all horses running as a part of the entry. If part of the entry is scratched and the other part of the entry runs, all wagers have action. Online, there is no “must go” action as part of the entry. If one of the entry horses run, all wagers have action.
  • Exotic wagers will only have action if the track offers payouts for that type of wager.
  • There are no house odds. If there are no track payoffs for certain type of wager, all wagers will be refunded.
  • If a horse is scratched, all Win/Place/Show wagers will be refunded and the portion of Exacta/Trifecta/Superfecta/Quinella combos that contain the scratched horse will be refunded. (Please see rule regarding entries)
  • For Daily Doubles and Pick 3’s, if a horse is scratched in any leg, you will receive refunds on all the combinations with the scratched horse unless the track pays a consolation prize, in that case you will receive the consolation payoff.
  • If a track is on our betting menu, but not listed on the horse track categories, the track defaults to the “D tracks” category with that track’s scheduled payoffs.
  • Horse wagers will be graded within 15 minutes of the race being made official. We will not be liable for any loss alleged to result from a delay in grading.

Types of wagers offered

  • We offer wagers on Win, Place, Show, Daily Doubles, Exactas, Quinellas, Trifectas, Superfectas, Pick 3’s, Parlays and Round Robin Parlays.
  • We do not offer House Quinellas or If bets on horse races.
  • On selected races such as Triple Crown races and Breeders Cup, we offer two horse matchups.
  • In matchups between two or more named horses, all horses must go for wagers to have action.
  • Matchups are determined by horse name. Any track coupling is irrelevant toward determining the winner of a matchup.
  • In matchups between one named horse and the field, wagers will have action if and only if the named horse starts. Scratches of horses on the field will not affect the standing of the wager.
  • The highest place finisher involved in the matchup will determine the winner of the matchup. If no horse finishes, the matchup will be graded no action.
  • For Triple Crown races, such as Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes, Preakness, also the Breeders Cup Classic and the Dubai World cup we offer “A” track limits for wagering and payouts.

Toll Free: 800-414-2203

A TRACKS
LImits

  • $1000 ACROSS (WIN, PLACE, SHOW)
  • $200 PROPOSITIONS (DOUBLES, EXACTAS, QUINELLAS, PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS)

MAXIMUM PAYOUTS

  • WIN 25-1 PLACE 12-1 SHOW 8-1
  • DOUBLES, QUINELLAS, EXACTAS 200 -1
  • PICK3, TRIFECTA, SUPERFECTA 400-1
  • PARLAYS WIN 200-1 PLACE 100-1 SHOW 50-1
  • MAXIMUM NET PROFIT OF $20,000

 

TRACK LIST

Max Net Profit $30,000
Belmont Park Gulfstream Santa Anita
Churchill Downs Hollywood park Saratoga
Del Mar Keenland

 

b TRACKS
LImits

  • $500 ACROSS (WIN, PLACE, SHOW)
  • $100 PROPOSITIONS (DOUBLES, EXACTAS, QUINELLAS, PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS)

MAXIMUM PAYOUTS

  • WIN 20-1 PLACE 8-1 SHOW 4-1
  • DOUBLES, QUINELLAS, EXACTAS 100-1
  • PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS 250-1
  • PARLAYS WIN 100-1 PLACE 50-1 SHOW 25-1
  • MAXIMUM NET PROFIT OF $15,000

 

TRACK LIST

 

Max Net Profit $15,000
Aqueduct Fairplex Louisiana Downs
Arlington Golden gate fields Meadowlands
Ellis Park Hawthorne Monmouth
Lon Star Park Oaklawn Park Pimlico

 

c TRACKS
LImits

  • 200 ACROSS (WIN, PLACE, SHOW)
  • $50 PROPOSITIONS (DOUBLES, EXACTAS, QUINELLAS, PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS)

MAXIMUM PAYOUTS

  • WIN 15-1 PLACE 6-1 SHOW 3-1
  • DOUBLES, QUINELLAS, EXACTAS 50-1
  • PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS 100-1
  • PARLAYS WIN 50-1 PLACE 25-1 SHOW 10-1
  • MAXIMUM NET PROFIT OF $10,000

 

TRACK LIST

 

Max Net Profit $10,000
Calder Race Course Laurel Park Tampa bay downs
Emerald downs Los Alamitos Turf paradise
Sam Houston Woodbine Turfway Park
Hoosier Park

 

d TRACKS
LImits

  • $200 ACROSS (WIN, PLACE, SHOW)
  • $50 PROPOSITIONS (DOUBLES, EXACTAS, QUINELLAS, PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS)

MAXIMUM PAYOUTS

  • WIN 15-1 PLACE 6-1 SHOW 3-1
  • DOUBLES, QUINELLAS, EXACTAS 50-1
  • PICK3, TRIFECTAS, SUPERFECTAS 100-1
  • PARLAYS WIN 50-1 PLACE 25-1 SHOW 10-1
  • MAXIMUM NET PROFIT OF $5,000

 

TRACK LIST

 

Max Net Profit $5,000
Bay meadows fair Fresno River downs
Beulah Fairmount Park Remington
Canterbury downs Mountaineer (change) Sacramento
Charles town Penn national (change) Solano (Vallejo)
Colonial downs Philadelphia Park Suffolk downs (change)
Delaware Park Pleasanton Sunland Park
Evangeline downs Prairie meadows Thistledown
Fairgrounds Presque Isle Downs Timonium
Finger lakes Retama