Minimum Time for Action:
For betting purposes, winners and losers are determined by the final score (including overtime), provided the sport has gone at least 55 minutes.
If a match is suspended after 55 minutes and not exactly the same day, then no matter if the game is completed at a later date, the score once the game is halted will determine the betting results.
If play is suspended until the conclusion of 55 minutes and not resumed the exact same day, all bets on the full game will be considered”no activity” and all monies refunded. If part of the match has ended (i.e. first quarter, first half, next quarter, or next quarter) those stakes will be graded as action providing the entire period has ended.
Example 1: An American football match is postponed with 12:00 minutes remaining in the 2nd quarter. The only bets which would be rated as finished would be the 1st quarter.
Example 2: An American football game is known as and considered closing with 14:12 remaining in the 4th quarter. All stakes on the 1st quarter, 2nd quarter, 1st half, and 3rd quarter will have actions. All sport bets are void.
All bets on the game and all stakes on the next half includes overtime scoring.
Bets on fourth quarters won’t include overtime scoring.
Until mentioned before the contest, as long as the event is played on the schedule day, all bets have action. In addition, if inclement weather (or similar delay) pushes the start time past midnight local time, but the game is still played, then all bets have action. In the event the game is rescheduled, all bets are cancelled.
At NFL and College Football, a two-team teaser resulting in Tie/Win, Tie/Loss or Tie/Tie is considered a push and all money is refunded.
The NFL”Off Points/Home Points” betting proposition involves all games played in a given NFL week which includes all games played from Thursday to Monday.
NFL and NCAA Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.espn.com.
In Canadian Football, a”solitary” is defined as any one-point scoring drama, excluding PATs (Points After Touchdown).
For betting purposes, defensive factors don’t include PATs (Points After Touchdowns).
Las Vegas gambling rules will apply to any situations not covered herein.
If an event venue is changed all wagers on the event is going to have no action.