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General Rules

These General Rules were last updated on 9th April 2014 and the updates take effect from that date.

Who we are
1. ‘IASbet.com’ is the trading name of IASbet.com Pty Ltd (hereafter ‘IASbet’), ACN 070 479 720, a company incorporated in Australia under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). IASbet is a subsidiary of Sportsbet Pty Ltd (‘Sportsbet’) which trades under the name Sportsbet.com.au and Sportsbet is licensed in the Northern Territory (‘NT’), Australia by the NT Racing Commission (‘NTRC’) to accept bets and wagers (together ‘bets’) by electronic transmission, 24 hours per day. IASbet complies with the NT Code of Practice for Responsible Gambling and the South Australian Responsible Gambling Code of Practice. All references to ‘we’, ‘us’ and ‘our’ in these General Rules (‘Rules’) is a reference to IASbet.com.

General
2. To open a betting account with IASbet (‘Account’) you must be aged 18 years or older. A 'Member' is a person who holds an Account, and any reference to ‘you’ or ‘your’ in these Rules is a reference to a Member.
3.
You agree that the service offered by www.IASbet.com is the ability to place a bet, win or lose.
4.
By opening an Account, you are deemed to have read and accepted these Rules and IASbet’s Privacy Policy. You can view our Privacy Policy on our website located at www.IASbet.com (‘Website’) or by clicking on this link http://www.iasbet.com/help/customer-security/privacy-policy/
5.
IASbet reserves the right to change, amend or add to these Rules and the Privacy Policy at our discretion, and will publish such changes on our Website. You agree that any changes, amendments or additions published on our Website will be taken to be effective immediately. It is the Member’s responsibility to ensure that they are aware of the current Rules and Privacy Policy.

Member obligations

6. Members are responsible for ensuring that their Account details such as their address, telephone number, email address and payment/bank details (including any Credit card expiration details) are kept up to date and to notify us immediately of any incorrect Account details. In the event that a Member has not kept their Account details up to date, we reserve the right to suspend the Account. Members are responsible for complying with their own local, national or state laws concerning betting prior to either applying to become a Member or placing a bet on their Account. In particular, if you are a resident of a country where online or telephone betting is prohibited, you must not register with us, attempt to use our services or use your payment card or other payment method to bet with us. For legal or commercial reasons, we do not permit Accounts to be opened by, or used from, customers who reside in certain jurisdictions, including the United States of America and its territories, Canada, Turkey and the countries listed in this link http://www.iasbet.com/help/customer-security/restricted-territories/ (‘Restricted Jurisdictions’). The list of Restricted Jurisdictions may be changed by us from time to time by updating this link and you will be deemed to be aware of and accept any changes to this list. You agree that you shall not open an Account, nor attempt to use your Account, if you are within a Restricted Jurisdiction.
7.
We periodically monitor transactions on Accounts. You accept that if we detect activity which indicates to us that you are or may be within a Restricted Jurisdiction and are or may be betting on your Account, we may, in our discretion, either suspend or permanently close your Account. You accept that the data available to monitor betting on an Account is not always accurate and IASbet will use its discretion in accepting any bets on your Account while conducting any investigation.
8.
In the event that IASbet discovers that an Account has been opened by someone who resides in a Restricted Jurisdiction, IASbet may in its discretion close the Account and request proof of payment method, personal identification and bank account information prior to permitting a withdrawal of the original funds. Winnings may be forfeited if the Account holder opens the Account contrary to these Rules.
9.
Where a person successfully applies for an Account with IASbet, the Member must then comply with the matters set out in Rules 11-19 (inclusive) to our satisfaction to fully activate their Account and withdraw funds.
10.
A Member must immediately notify IASbet of any matter (including any potential mental impairment) which may lead us to reasonably infer that your ability to make sound judgments about betting or the utilisation of credit (if credit has been provided by IASbet) in respect of your Account may be impaired.

Member identification requirements

11. Members are required to provide IASbet with adequate identification information for the purposes of complying with the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Cth) (‘Act’). The Act provides for Australian Government standards of identification for proof of name, age and residential address, with which IASbet is required to comply for the purposes of considering an application to open an Account.
12. IASbet is required by the Act to verify a Member’s identification information within 90 days of the Member opening an Account. If a Member’s identification information is not verified within 90 days, their Account will be suspended and the Member will be unable to withdraw funds from their Account until it is verified. Click here to view IASbet ID requirements.
13. Member ‘identification information (‘ID’) means your name, residential address (‘address’) and date of birth, as provided to IASbet upon applying for your Account. Members who do not provide full details up front may have their Accounts suspended, without notice, pending an investigation.
14. After a Member places their first bet or deposits funds for the first time after registering with IASbet, a Member accepts that IASbet will supply the Member’s ID to a third party (e.g., Veda Advantage Solutions Group, Edentiti, Dun & Bradstreet) for the purpose of ID verification, which may involve checking the Member's ID against third party databases and/or credit headers. Unfortunately the verification process available is not perfect and we cannot verify 100% of our Members this way. This is not a fault of individual Members. No personal financial information of a Member is passed between Veda (or other third party ID verification providers) and IASbet. IASbet may also use other public information services to confirm a Members’ identity.
15. IASbet also requires proof of a Member’s current address. If the Member’s address is not on the front or back of one of the types of photographic identification referred to in Rule 13, the Member must provide proof of current address acceptable to IASbet. Acceptable proof of current address in such circumstances may include, at IASbet’s discretion, a certified copy (click here for more information) of one or more of the following documents (which must be dated no more than 3 months prior to the date that the Member provides the document to IASbet):
a) a rates notice;
b) a utility bill; or
c) a statement from a financial institution.
16 All certified documents must be produced in the english language or they will be rejected. IASbet reserves the right to carry out checks on the individual certifying documents and to get in touch with them to verify the validity of the document. IASbet may in its discretion reject certified documents for any reason.

17. IASbet may at any time request acceptable photographic identification and proof of a Member’s current address from a Member to ensure that all information supplied by the Member is up to date. This may require official certification of a Member’s ID documents by a permitted certifier upon our request.

18. Should a Member deliberately falsify any ID or any other details for any purpose associated with applying for an Account or transacting on the Account, IASbet reserves the right to suspend the Account and/or close the Account without prior notification to the Member.

19. If a Prepaid/Virtual/Electronic/Travel/Debit/Credit card is to be used by a Member to fund the Account, legible copies of the front of the applicable card may be requested by IASbet for its approval. IASbet reserves the right at its discretion to refuse to accept a Credit card including but not limited to in circumstances where the Credit card is dishonoured. Credit cards used to fund a Member’s Account must match the Member’s Account details. Credit cards with a name other than that which is registered with IASbet for the Account in question will be refused and the Account may be suspended until proof of consent is provided by the third party cardholder. IASbet reserves the right to request a copy of the front of the card registered on the Account at any time. Receipt of a card is no guarantee of Account activation/re-activation

Account security

20. A Member is responsible for ensuring that their user name and security details (including any personal identification number (‘PIN’), password or Account Number) (‘Secure Member Details’) are kept confidential. If a Member suspects that their Secure Member Details may no longer be confidential or that there may have been unauthorised use of their Account, they must notify IASbet immediately, and IASbet may provide the Member with new Secure Member Details. Where IASbet provides the Member with new Secure Member Details, IASbet reserves the right to invalidate any future transactions which attempt to utilise the previous Secure Member Details of that Member.
21. Where a Member wishes for another individual to have access to their Account or any Secure Member Details (including any family member, business or corporate entity or any other person whatsoever), this must first be approved by IASbet and details for that person provided. IASbet may refuse such request for access at its discretion. A Member remains solely responsible for their Account including but not limited to transactions, bets and Account changes made by any authorized individual. IASbet reserves the right to request full certified identification documentation from any proposed nominee.
22. Subject to Rule 72, Members will be responsible for all bets on their Account in which their Secure Member Details are used.
23. Members should check the balance of their Account each time they log on to their Account or at the time they place their bet. In the event of a query, it is the Member’s responsibility to notify IASbet immediately.
24. If minors have access to a laptop or computer that a Member uses to log into their Account, IASbet strongly recommend that a child protection software package is installed onto that equipment. Two such software applications are Cyber Patrol and Net Nanny.
25. IASbet's Website contains adult content and is intended for use by persons over the age of 18.

Deposits and withdrawals
26. Deposits into an Account can be made by means of Credit Card, BPay (for Australian residents only), POLI deposits (for Australian residents only), cheque or money order, Moneybookers, PayPal (for Australian residents only), Neteller, SecurEFT, direct deposit or telegraphic transfer. IASbet reserves the right to remove or restrict payment methods for Members who reside outside Australia.
27. IASbet reserves the right to remove or add payment options from time to time. Current available payment methods can be viewed within the ‘My Account’ section of our Website when you are logged in to your Account.
28. If IASbet determines that funds deposited are not for the purpose of betting, IASbet may in its discretion decline the deposit, return the funds to the bank account used to fund the IASbet Account, and close the Member's Account.
29. If IASbet determines that funds deposited are not from a funding instrument in the Member’s name or are not expressly authorised to be used by them, IASbet reserves the right to decline the deposit and return the funds to the original payment method. If this determination takes place after bets have been placed, IASbet reserves the right to void any resulted or pending bets on the Member’s Account.

30. If IASbet determines that there is not enough information to prove the owner of a particular payment option, we reserve the right to request certified documentation as proof of ownership prior to making any decision.
31. IASbet reserves the right to check directly with the Member’s funding institution that supplied the payment option used to deposit to confirm that the details provided by the Member to IASbet are valid and correct.
32. IASbet requires that any deposits into a Member’s Account be turned over at least once or ‘bet through’ prior to authorising a withdrawal from the Member’s Account.

33. IASbet reserves the right to waive Rule 32 should the Member be restricted in stake while placing a bet; if an error is made during a transaction; or for any other reason, determined at our discretion.
34. By depositing to IASbet you accept that at its discretion, IASbet may require a Member to return the value of their deposit back to the original funding instrument.
35. IASbet must comply with the Act. Should we consider that a deposit or withdrawal may potentially be fraudulent, we reserve the right to request proof of deposit or withdrawal bank account information to verify that the information provided is true and correct prior to permitting funds to be withdrawn from the Account.
36. If IASbet determines that the risk presented from a payment to or from an Account to be undesirable, IASbet reserves the right to cancel the deposit or withdrawal.

37. Subject to Rule 38, IASbet does not charge Members for Credit card deposit or withdrawal fees, although we may, at our discretion, charge a A$15.00 international telegraphic transfer fee for all international transfers. This fee will be deducted from the amount requested by the Member. International Credit card holders may also incur a banking fee by their own banking institution upon depositing funds with IASbet which is your responsibility to pay.
38. IASbet reserves the right to pass on any transaction processing fees to Members who we determine to make deposits into their Account for purposes other than betting.
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IASbet does not allow third party bank account holders or Credit card holders to transact on an Account that has not been registered in their name. Member’s must use their own or joint deposit and withdrawal methods. IASbet reserve the right to suspend any Accounts, without notice, with third party payment details and will request confirmation of permitted use from that third party prior to re-opening the applicable Account and allowing further transactions.
40. If IASbet successfully identifies third party payment transactions on an Account; IASbet reserves the right to remedy the situation. Members accept that any bets placed, or still pending may be voided and funds returned to them. Members accept that IASbet will review each situation on a case by case basis taking into account deposits, withdrawals, bets and any other information available. Members accept that when an Account has not been operated on a good faith basis that IASbet may refuse future transactions and retrospectively void existing ones, at its discretion.

41. IASbet reserves the right to place limits on deposits and restrict or prohibit withdrawals on any Member’s Account if the Member has not fulfilled the ID requirements specified in Rules 11-19 (inclusive) until those requirements have been satisfied.

42. Where customers have successfully opened a supplementary Account with IASbet (i.e. where one Account already exists in any state), IASbet will attempt to ensure restrictions will be applied to the new Account. As supplementary Accounts are breaches of IASbet’s Rules, Members accept that this is on a “best efforts” basis and that they are still responsible for transactions on all Accounts held with their details. This includes transferring self-exclusions and deposit limits to duplicate Accounts.

Charge backs
43. Members agree and warrant that no charge-backs or other cancellation of deposits will be made relating to your Account without our consent. In the event of any of the foregoing occurring, you agree to indemnify us for any costs, claims, damages and expenses relating to or arising in connection with this, including any expense incurred by us in recovering such amounts.
44. If a Member disputes a financial transaction on their Account relating to a third party (e.g. Bank, eWallet), IASbet may temporarily suspend your Account, without notice, pending an investigation by us relating to the transaction. If we incur any loss as a result of that investigation, we reserve our right to recover such losses from you.
45. If you use any of IASbet banking specific options (POLi/BPay/EFT/CASH or Cheque) you accept that IASbet may request a certified or non-certified bank statement to verify where funds have originated from prior to any withdrawal being approved. You also accept that IASbet may decide to return these funds at its discretion and void bets should it deem the funds may be unauthorized.

Provision of credit to Members
46. Notwithstanding anything in these Rules, an Account may go into debit as a result of the normal operation of the Account, even if IASbet has not agreed to extend credit to the Member on their Account. If an Account is in debit, it is the Member’s responsibility to immediately repay IASbet the debit balance without demand from IASbet. The Member agrees that IASbet is entitled to issue the Member with an invoice in respect of the amount in debit, and that the invoice shall be evidence that the amount is immediately due and payable.
47. Credit provided by IASbet to a Member for the purpose of a Member betting on their Account signifies the Member’s acceptance to be bound by the terms and conditions listed under IASbet’s Credit Facility – Terms and Conditions, which can be found by clicking here.

Fraud

48. IASbet reserves the right to withhold deposited funds and/or winnings from resulted bets should we determine that a Credit card has been misused or used fraudulently. Any matters of inappropriate or fraudulent use of any Credit card will be reported to the relevant authority. The Member’s Account may also be permanently closed.

49. IASbet may employ third party technologies to track and store technical information on the device that Members choose to use. Members accept that this data may be used to reach decisions on investigations where Accounts have not been operated in good faith, including but not limited to Account takeover, bonus or betting abuse, multiple Account operations, payment method abuse etc.
50. IASbet reserves the right to close the Accounts of, and void any or all bets made by any person, group of people or corporation in an attempt to defraud IASbet.
51. IASbet may periodically review Accounts to monitor any activity that it might consider unusual. In this instance, IASbet reserves the right to suspend an Account pending a full investigation, without notice.

IASbet’s rights and other matters
52. IASbet reserves the right to cancel, change or restrict the products or bet types at any time with or without notice to Members.
53. IASbet has made considerable efforts to ensure that its sports betting business operates in a fair, efficient and accurate manner. To the extent permitted by law, IASbet excludes all warranties (express or implied) relating to or arising out of the betting services we offer and excludes any liability for direct, indirect or consequential loss, damage, expense or injury suffered by any Member arising out of:
a) the Rules;
b) use by a Member of their Account; or
c) any action taken by IASbet in relation to a Member’s Account.
54. Nothing in these Rules affects our liability:
a) to pay any Member winnings or other amounts properly owing to such Member pursuant to these Rules;
b) for death or personal injury arising from our negligence;
c) for our fraudulent misrepresentation; or
d) for any matter in respect of which our liability cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law.

55. Subject to Rules 53 and 54, and to the extent permitted by law, IASbet’s liability in respect of any claim or loss shall be limited in amount to the relevant bet placed by a Member.
56. A Member may only have one Account. If a Member has additional Account(s), then the Account balances of all associated Accounts shall be transferred into the first Account opened by the Member (‘First Account’). Further:
a) if, after such transfers the First Account has a debit balance, then IASbet shall be entitled to receive payment immediately upon written request to the Member to clear the debit balance; or

b) if, after such transfers there is a credit balance in the First Account, the credit balance will be held by IASbet until such time as a determination has been made by IASbet as to whether or not there has been a breach of these Rules.

57. If, in addition to your Account, you also hold an account with a related body corporate (as defined in the Corporations Act 2001) of IASbet, including Sportsbet (‘other account’), you agree that we may set off any amount in your other account against any amount which is due and payable by you in relation to your Account.

58. If a Member receives a free or bonus bet that requires a deposit to be made to claim the free or bonus bet, the deposit and the free or bonus bet must be turned over (or bet through) at least once. IASbet reserves the right to remove the free or bonus bet and refund the remaining balance should a Member be in breach of these Rules and/or the terms and conditions of the specific promotion. The terms of our Free or Bonus Bet promotions can be accessed by clicking here.

59. IASbet products and bet types are intended for bona fide Members, that is, those Members who act in good faith, sincerely, without fraud, and who place a bet with IASbet for the purpose of recreation and entertainment.

60. For the avoidance of doubt, there is no association between IASbet and the Hong Kong Jockey Club. IASbet is not licensed, endorsed by or associated in any way with the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

61. Where a Member has been referred to IASbet by a third party including by a third party operated website and where that third party is an affiliate or agent of IASbet, you acknowledge that IASbet may make commission payments to that third party. Payments to agents or affiliates are unrelated to the odds or prize money offered to Members by IASbet. Details of IASbet’s affiliate program can be located at http://www.iasbetaffiliates.com/

62. As a responsible bookmaker IASbet offers its Member’s the ability to control the amount they bet by setting a limit on the amount they can deposit to their Account per day, week or month (referred to as a deposit limit). In the event that a Member with a credit facility places such a limit on their Account, IASbet will remove their credit facility by the next settlement of their Account.

63. Any reference to a discretion which may be exercised by IASbet under these Rules means IASbet’s sole and absolute discretion.

Placement and acceptance of bets

64. All bets on an Account are considered to be placed and received in the NT, Australia.

65. IASbet does not represent or warrant that any bet by a Member on their Account or the acceptance of any bet on an Account by IASbet complies with the legal requirements of any state or country other than the NT. Members must satisfy themselves (and assume full responsibility for) the legality of:
a) applying to IASbet for an Account;

b) remitting funds by Credit card or other permitted means to an Account;

c) placing bets with IASbet; and
d) receiving winnings from IASbet.

66. IASbet reserves the right at any time to refuse any bet or part of a bet without providing a reason or advance notification. The circumstances in which we may refuse a Member’s bet include but are not limited to:
a) a Member is or may be less than 18 years of age;

b) a Member is or may be betting on behalf of a person who is less than 18 years of age;

c) a Member is or may be in breach of these Rules;

d) a Member is or may be in breach of any applicable law; or

e) a Member’s proposed bet would present an unacceptable liability risk to our business. Whether there is an unacceptable liability risk to us for the purpose of this Rule is at IASbet’s discretion.

67. IASbet reserves the right to close and/or impose limits on a Member’s Account (including limits on any IASbet products that a Member may wish to bet on) and refund the balance of their Account, without providing reasons. In this event, we will honour any outstanding bets made pursuant to the Account, unless the Member’s Account has been used for any fraudulent transaction or purpose, in which case any such bets will be void.

68. When a Member is making a bet on their Account via the Internet, it is accepted once the Member submits the bet and a ‘betting receipt number’ is issued through the Website.

69. When a Member is making a bet on their Account via the telephone, the Member is responsible for quoting the correct Account details (including Account number and password). When a bet is made by a Member via the telephone, it will be read-back to the Member by the IASbet representative. A bet is accepted when a Member either indicates agreement with a bet after it has been read-back to the Member or, if the Member does not disagree with the bet details, when read-back to the Member before the telephone call ends.

70. In the event a telephone conversation between a IASbet representative and a Member in which a bet is being placed is interrupted for any reason (including a mobile phone dropping out) prior to the conclusion of the conversation, any unconfirmed bet will be deemed not to have been entered into. In such circumstances, it is the responsibility of the Member to contact us promptly to confirm the bet s/he wishes to make.

71. IASbet shall make a voice recording of all telephone calls with Members when Members are placing a bet, making a complaint or making a query regarding their Account. The Member agrees to such recordings being made. Where a Dispute (defined in Rule 89) occurs which cannot be resolved between the Member and IASbet, the Member agrees that the recording(s) and/or any records of a Member’s transactions via the Internet may be made available to the adjudicator of the Dispute to enable the Dispute to be determined in accordance with these Rules. All records of voice recordings will be securely retained by us in accordance with our privacy obligations for regulatory purposes.

72. Members are unable to change or cancel a bet once the bet has been accepted by IASbet unless the Member can demonstrate to IASbet’s satisfaction that the initial bet was made in error; in which case IASbet may, at its discretion, void the initial bet and request the initial bet must be replaced with another bet.

73. The minimum bet on the Internet on an Account is [$0.01c]

74. The minimum bet for a single bet or multiple bets on racing on an Account via the telephone is a total of $50.

75.The minimum bet for a single bet or multiple bets on sport (excluding ‘live’ betting) on an Account via the telephone is a total of $20.

76. The minimum bet for ‘live’ betting or ‘in running’ sporting events on an Account is $5 per bet.

77. Where a Member has opened an Account after 1 September 2006 and made any bet on their Account after that date, IASbet reserves the right to provide an Australian governing sporting body (defined below), upon their request, with:

a) records or documents in the possession or control of IASbet (excluding bank account details, Credit card details and government identifiers) relating to betting transactions of the Member; and

b) the name, contact details and similar identifying information in the possession or control of IASbet relating to that Member.

78. Such information will only be provided to assist in a legitimate inquiry conducted by an Australian governing sporting body to maintain the integrity of the sport. For the avoidance of doubt, the Member consents to IASbet providing the above information to an Australian governing sporting body.

79. For the purposes of this Rule, ‘Australian governing sporting body’ is an Australian sports organisation that has a regulatory or sanctioning function and includes each of the Australian State and Territory Thoroughbred Racing, Harness Racing and Greyhound Racing peak bodies, the Australian Football League, Athletics Australia, the Australian Rugby Union, Cricket Australia, the National Basketball League, the National Rugby League, Swimming Australia and Tennis Australia.

In the run or ‘live’ betting
80. ‘In the run’ or ‘live’ betting (hereafter, together ‘live betting’) in these Rules refers to a continuous form of betting whereby the person placing the bet is able to place bets after an event has begun (e.g. betting on the outcome of an AFL football match at half time). In compliance with the Interactive Gambling Act 2001 (Cth), we do not accept live betting over the Internet but may accept live betting via the telephone.

81. Any live betting offered by IASbet will be displayed on the Website and Members can call our Sports Betting department to place a live bet on any markets offered. All live betting markets are subject to their respective pre-match rules. While reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of live scores and the status of games displayed on our Website in connection with live betting, we accept no liability for the incorrect display of this information.

Errors

82. IASbet makes every effort to ensure that no errors are made in prices offered or bets accepted on an Account. However, we reserve the right to correct any obvious errors and to void any bets where such has occurred. Should this occur, IASbet will endeavour to contact the Member by email or telephone.

83. If the Website erroneously allows a Member to place a bet after a sports or racing event has commenced or been completed , the Member agrees that IASbet may retrospectively void the bet and demand repayment where any winnings from the void bet have been withdrawn from the Member’s Account. In such an instance, a Member agrees that IASbet is entitled to issue the Member with an invoice in respect of the amount of the winnings paid in error, and that the invoice shall be evidence that the amount is immediately due and payable. IASbet may request documents from a Member to assist in investigating such errors.

84. If a Member has been paid winnings in error, the Member agrees that IASbet will issue the Member with an invoice in respect of the winnings paid in error, and that the invoice shall be evidence that the amount is immediately due and payable.

85. IASbet reserves the right to cancel, or recalculate a bet made by a Member at any time without notice where a Member has received funds in error and invested those funds on a bet or multiple bets for an event or multiple events yet to commence. In circumstances where a Member has invested an amount of money on a bet that is greater than the total amount of money owing to IASbet for an event or multiple events yet to commence, IASbet will contact the Member by telephone and/or email to mutually agree the recalculation value and/or bet cancellation arrangements prior to the event(s) commencing. If IASbet cannot contact the Member prior to the commencement of the event(s), IASbet may at its discretion let the bet stand, or cancel the bet and/or recalculate the stake investment of a bet or multiple bets to recover funds paid in error.

Responsible Gambling

86. IASbet: (a) makes every reasonable effort to prevent self-excluded customers from returning and using our service; (b) provides pre-commitment facilities to help you control your spend (you can access these via the “My Account” section of our Website); and (c) provides a self-exclusion facility to help you if you feel that you have developed a gambling problem. At your request, we will prevent you from using your Account indefinitely. To this end, we may retain such personal information as is necessary (and for as long as is necessary) to implement the self-exclusion facility as effectively as possible, including the following information: your name, address and payment details. For information on problem gambling generally, please follow the links at the bottom of this and/or other pages of the Website.
87. If you are a self-excluded customer: (a) you must not attempt to open an Account or place any bets with us (using your Account or otherwise); (b) you are fully liable for your actions, and for all activity and bets placed on your Account; and (c) subject to these Rules, if IASbet considers that you have deliberately circumvented our controls (e.g. by opening a duplicate Account) and placed bets while you are self-excluded: (i) open/pending bets will be voided and the original stake returned to your Account; (ii) resulted bets will stand; and (iii) the balance of your Account (minus any credit owed) will be returned to you.
88. IASbet marketing and communications are aimed at over 18’s only. IASbet does not market to individuals for whom gambling has become a problem.

Dispute Resolution

89. These Rules shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the NT and subject to Rule 88, each Member irrevocably submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the NT Courts in respect of any dispute arising out of or relating to these Rules or the provision by IASbet of goods or services to Members ('Dispute').

90. If any Dispute cannot be resolved between IASbet and the Member, the Dispute must be referred to a representative of the NTRC via email at gamblingdisputes@nt.gov.au or post addressed to Gambling Disputes, GPO Box 1154, Darwin, Northern Territory, for final determination. A Dispute must be lodged with the NTRC within 14 days of the Dispute arising. The decision of the NTRC is final and binding on IASbet and the Member. Nothing in this Rule precludes a party from seeking urgent interlocutory relief from a Court if such relief is reasonably required.

91. No rule of contract interpretation may be applied in the interpretation of these Rules to the disadvantage of a party on the basis that it prepared or put forward these Rules or any document forming part of these Rules.

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Horse Racing - General

Live Racing

Live Racing means betting that takes place while an event is in progress. In addition to the rest of these Terms of Use, the following rules apply to Live Racing:

1. Betting on Live Racing is only available via the IASbet Website.

2. Live Racing markets are strictly win only markets.

3. Bets placed on Live Racing markets will be listed in your account history as the price type ‘Live Fixed Win’.

4. Deductions may apply on Live Racing markets when any individual selection(s) is declared a non-runner. However, if the horse declared a non-runner is not individually listed but included under ‘The Field’ option no deductions will apply to winning bets.

5. We reserve the right to void any part of any, or all, Bets on any Live Racing event that is not completed (i.e. abandoned, postponed.)

6. Where a blatant or palpable error is made in transmission on any event on which we have purported to offer Live Betting, Bets may be settled at the correct price at the time at which the Bet was placed.

7. Where we have reason to believe that a Bet is placed after the outcome of an event is known, we reserve the right to void the Bet.

8. IASbet shall not be liable for any interruptions to televised coverage or connection errors experienced by the customer. Furthermore, IASbet accepts no responsibility for races described as ‘live’ by any broadcasters that may actually be delayed or pre-recorded. In the result of an interruption to the broadcast all Live Racing markets will be suspended but any bets already placed will stand.

9. If a market is not scheduled to offer Live Racing but IASbet fails to suspend the market at the relevant time, then all bets accepted after the official ‘off’ time will be void. The Live Racing market is signified by the yellow ‘BL’ icon visible in the racecard.

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Horse Racing

1. IASbet may cancel wagers where the Member or associates have manipulated the pool, subject to adjudication by the relevant state totalisator operator(s).

2. IASbet may place a limit on the payout (final odds) where there is reasonable suspicion of pool manipulation having occurred (e.g. Payout no greater than 100% higher than the next best Australian tote), subject to adjudication by the relevant totalisator operator(s).

3. Where there are 8 or more runners in a race, a place shall be paid on first, second and third places.

4. Where there are 7, 6 or 5 runners in a race, a place shall be paid on first and second places only.

5. Where there are less than 5 runners in a race, all betting shall be Win only.

6. If the runner is scratched, the stake will be refunded.

7. Top Fluctuation : Wagers are the top bookmakers odds offered on a specified runner. Wagers placed at Top Fluctuation are guaranteed to be paid the top official on-course bookmakers fluctuation.

7.1 Top Fluctuation betting is available on the phone and internet and available for Win Only bets on most Metropolitan race meetings (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide and Perth) and selected country / provincial events.

7.2 Top Fluctuation betting is available up until 45 minutes before the scheduled start time of each race.

7.3 Top Fluctuation bets are to win a maximum of $20,000 for city racing. Where a bet is placed that would result in the Member winning more than $20,000 on a Top Fluctuation bet, then the balance of the stake will be placed at the official bookmakers starting price (SP)

7.3.1 Top Fluctuation bets are to win a maximum of $5,000 for country racing. Where a bet is placed that would result in the Member winning more than $5,000 on a Top Fluctuation bet, then the balance of the will be placed at the official bookmakers starting price (SP).

8. In the event of a horse being withdrawn LATE by order of the stewards, all bets will be paid as stewards direct, including deductions on remaining runners.

9. Abandoned/Postponed and Transferred meetings

9.1 If a meeting is abandoned or postponed to another date, single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected Multi Bets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

9.2 Where a race meeting is transferred from one racecourse to another, all betting rules will apply as if the meeting was not transferred.

9.3 Regardless of whether a ' Futures event (All in betting) ' has been abandoned, postponed or transferred from the original date, all bets stand until the completion of the event.

10. 'Starting Price' (SP) bets are the odds of a specified runner at the end of betting. Bets placed at SP are guaranteed to be paid the official on-course bookmakers' SP.

10.1 Starting Price (SP ) WIN Only wagers are available on the phone and the internet.

11. 'Favourite Versus the Field'

11.1 'Favourite Versus the Field' bets are available on selected races. The designated favourite in the Favourite versus the Field is the favourite nominated by IASbet and may not necessarily be the prevailing favourite.

11.2 If the nominated favourite is scratched then all wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. "The field" comprises all other runners apart from the nominated favourite. If there is a scratching from "The Field", then all bets stand, but are subject to deductions as directed by stewards. In the event of a dead heat, the Dead Heat Rule applies.

12. IASbet reserves the right to cancel any bet where IASbet consider the bet is unfairly advantaged in regards to starting times of events.

13. If a single bet is inadvertently accepted after the official start time of the event, the wager shall be deemed to be invalid and will be refunded to the Member.

14. Any leg of a multibet is deemed void (even if accepted) if the bet is submitted after the official starting time of that leg. In any such instance the remaining leg(s) of the multibet will stand at the original amount wagered.

15. Dead Heat Rule - In the event of a Dead Heat or Draw, where such an option was not offered for betting purposes, the ticket will be paid out at face value divided by the number of Dead Heating winners of the event.

16. Early Market (Pre-Post fixed odds) Betting Conditions.

16.1 All fixed odds bets may be subject to deductions after a placement of a fixed odds bet.

16.2 In the case of scratching's after the declaration of the Final Field, deductions will apply to the face value of winning bets. See Table 17.1. A full refund applies to bets on scratchings which occur after the declaration of the Final Field.

16.3 For scratching's that occur prior to the opening of an official on course market (usually available 25 minutes prior to the official race start time) IASbet will apply a deduction. See Table 17.1. Official deductions (as declared by the Stewards) will only apply for late scratching's that occur after the official on course market is open.

16.4 Early Market Place Betting. In the event of a horse being withdrawn after the posting of fixed odds place prices, all place bets will be paid as directed by the stewards, taking into account any relevant deductions (Table 17.1)

16.5 In the event of a field reducing in size from 8 or more runners to 5, 6 or 7 runners, IASbet will pay three dividends on all fixed odds place bets struck prior to the field being reduced. Relevant deductions will be applied (Table 17.1).

16.6 In the event of a field reducing in size from 8 or more runners to less than 5 runners, IASbet will pay three dividends on all fixed odds place bets struck prior to the field being reduced. Relevant deductions will be applied. (Table 17.1)

16.7 In the event of a field reducing in size from 5, 6 or 7 runners to less than 5 runners, IASbet will pay two dividends on all fixed odds place bets struck prior to the field being reduced. Relevant deductions will be applied. (Table 17.1)

16.8 All fixed odds place bets are set independently of the win odds.

17. How to Calculate Deductions

E.g.; If you have $10 the win on a 7.00 winner – and total win deductions are 13c in the dollar:

• This means you will receive 87c in every dollar of the Face Value of the ticket.

• Face Value: $10 x 7.00 = $70.

• Reduced Face Value: $70 x .87c = $60.90

• Less your $10 outlay leaves a win profit of $50.90.

17.1 Schedule of deductions:

SCHEDULE OF DEDUCTIONS

ODDS

WIN

3 PLACE

2 PLACE

1.05

1.06

1.07

1.08

1.09

1.10

1.12

1.14

1.16

1.18

1.20

1.22

1.24

1.26

1.28

1.30

1.35

1.40

1.45

1.50

1.55

1.60

1.65

1.70

1.75

1.80

1.85

1.90

1.95

2.00

2.05

2.10

2.15

2.20

2.25

2.30

2.35

2.40

2.45

2.50

2.60

2.70

2.80

2.90

3.00

3.10

3.20

3.30

3.40

3.50

3.60

3.70

3.80

3.90

4.00

4.20

4.40

4.60

4.80

5.00

5.50

6.00

6.50

7.00

7.50

8.00

8.50

9.00

9.50

10.00

11.00

12.00

13.00

14.00

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.00

20.00

21.00

26.00

31.00

41.00

51.00

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.80

0.79

0.78

0.77

0.75

0.74

0.73

0.72

0.69

0.67

0.64

0.62

0.60

0.58

0.57

0.55

0.53

0.52

0.51

0.49

0.48

0.47

0.46

0.45

0.43

0.42

0.42

0.41

0.40

0.39

0.38

0.37

0.36

0.35

0.33

0.32

0.31

0.30

0.29

0.28

0.27

0.27

0.26

0.25

0.25

0.24

0.23

0.22

0.21

0.20

0.19

0.19

0.17

0.16

0.14

0.13

0.12

0.12

0.11

0.10

0.10

0.09

0.08

0.08

0.07

0.07

0.06

0.06

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.30

0.29

0.29

0.29

0.29

0.29

0.28

0.28

0.28

0.27

0.27

0.27

0.27

0.26

0.26

0.26

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.24

0.24

0.24

0.24

0.24

0.23

0.23

0.23

0.23

0.22

0.22

0.21

0.21

0.21

0.20

0.20

0.20

0.19

0.19

0.19

0.19

0.18

0.18

0.18

0.17

0.17

0.16

0.16

0.16

0.15

0.14

0.13

0.12

0.12

0.11

0.11

0.10

0.10

0.10

0.09

0.08

0.08

0.07

0.07

0.07

0.06

0.06

0.06

0.05

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.43

0.43

0.43

0.42

0.42

0.41

0.41

0.40

0.39

0.39

0.38

0.38

0.37

0.37

0.36

0.36

0.35

0.35

0.35

0.34

0.34

0.33

0.33

0.33

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.31

0.30

0.30

0.29

0.29

0.28

0.27

0.27

0.26

0.26

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.24

0.24

0.23

0.23

0.22

0.21

0.21

0.20

0.19

0.18

0.16

0.16

0.15

0.14

0.13

0.13

0.12

0.12

0.11

0.10

0.09

0.09

0.08

0.08

0.07

0.07

0.07

0.06

0.06

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.02

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18. Racing MultiBets (All Up Betting)

18.1 Racing MultiBet wagers are selecting a maximum of twenty five runners in twenty five different races. The odds of the runners are multiplied for the final dividend of the MultiBet wager.

18.2 Racing MultiBets include the stake of the original bet plus the winnings from the first race leg, bet All Up on the nominated second leg and so on.

18.3 Racing MultiBets are either Win, Place or Each Way (depending on what bet type is selected) with a maximum of twenty five legs and can only include one runner in the first and subsequent race legs.

18.4 Maximum payout for a Racing MultiBet is AUD$500,000.

18.5 If any multibet contains a combination of sports / racing which includes either a greyhound or harness leg(s), the maximum payout will revert to the greyhound / harness multibet win limit.

18.6 In the event of a runner being withdrawn LATE by order of the stewards, all bets will be paid with that leg excluded from the Racing MultiBet. Other legs will be paid as stewards direct, including deductions on remaining runners if relevant.

19. 'Futures' Bets

Futures Bets are available on selected events.

19.1 All bets struck prior to the Final Field being declared are accepted on an ALL-IN basis (i.e. no refunds for non-runners and no deductions from any other runner). Bets struck after the final field is declared are eligible for a full refund on scratched horses and deductions will apply to remaining runners.

19.2 Regardless of whether a ' Futures event (All in betting) ' has been abandoned, postponed or transferred from the original date, all bets stand until the completion of the event.

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20 Extra Markets

20.1 Protest Payouts do not apply to any 'Extra Market' bets.

20.2 Betting Without: IASbet will offer prices on an event ‘without’ a nominated selection.
For settlement purposes the finishing position on the ‘without’ selection will be ignored.
In the event of the ‘without’ selection being scratched, the ‘Betting Without’ market will be closed.
Please note all existing bets on this market will stand and deductions apply if any other selection is scratched. See rule 17.1 for the relevant deductions. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

20.3 Insure 2: Select a horse to win the race, if your selection runs second as declared by the stewards, all bets on that nominated horse will be refunded. Refunds and deductions apply. See rule 17.1 for the relevant deductions. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

20.4 Insure 3: Select a horse to win the race, if your selection runs second or third as declared by the stewards, all bets on that nominated horse will be refunded. Refunds and deductions apply. See rule 17.1 for the relevant deductions. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

20.5 Head To Head

20.5.1 : Bets are available on selected events. In the event of a protest, bets will be paid out on the official race day placing’s. In the event of a dead heat, the Dead Heat Rule applies (see 15).

20.5.2 Bets are settled on the highest finishing position.

20.5.3 In the event of both runners failing to complete the course – bets are settled on ‘furthest to complete’ according to the official result.

20.5.4 Victorian racing Head to Heads – Bets will be void and all monies refunded if both of the selected runners fail to earn prizemoney.

20.6 : Odds Vs Evens: Select whether the winner of the race will have an ODD or EVEN saddlecloth number. This market is only available when fixed odds betting is available on an event. Please note, if a horse is scratched that is $6.00 or shorter at the time of the scratching, all bets on the Odds Vs Evens market will be refunded. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

20.7 Enhanced Odds Diamonds In The Roughies: Select whether the winner of the race will be one of the four horses listed in this market. IASbet gives an enhanced blended price for any one of these listed ‘roughies’ to win the race. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

20.8 Back The Field: Select whether the field will beat a nominated runner. Deductions do not apply.

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Jockey/Trainer Challenge

21.1 Jockey Challenge Bets are available on selected meetings. Betting is WIN Only and all bets are accepted on an all-in basis (i.e. no refunds for non-riders and no deductions from any other rider).

21.1.1 The winning jockey for the meeting is decided under a 3, 2, 1 points scoring system – The first placed jockey will receive 3 points, second will receive 2 points and third will receive 1 point for each race of the meeting.

21.2 All bets placed must be placed prior to the commencement of Race 1 of the race meeting for wagers to stand.

21.3 The jockey who accumulates the most points throughout the meeting is deemed the winner. In the event of a dead heat, where two or more Jockeys are equal on points at the completion of all races at the meeting, the Dead Heat Rule applies.

21.4 Any Other Individual Jockey counts as one selection ie. If 2 jockeys who fall within the Any Other Individual Jockey category dead heat, only one dividend will be paid.

21.5 If a meeting is abandoned or postponed to another date, single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

21.6 Wagers will not be voided and refunded when:

A jockey has an unassailable lead at the time when the meeting is abandoned or postponed. In this case, all bets stand.

21.7 In the event of horses dead heating for the win and/or place; points are shared equally by the number of competitors that dead heat. See Table Below

 

Dead Heat for First

Dead Heat for Second

Dead Heat for Third

1st

2.5, 2.5

3

3

2nd

0

1.5, 1.5

2

3rd

1

0

0.5, 0.5

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21.8 Trainer Challenge

21.8.1 Points are awarded to the first, second, and third placed runners associated

trainers in each race. First equals 3 points, second equals 2 points, third equals 1

point.

21.9.1 In the case of two or more trainers finishing the day on the same amount of

points the Dead Heat Rule applies. This is regardless of the amount of outright winners trained by any of the Trainers.

22. Runner/s v Field

22.1 'Runner/s v Field' bets are available on selected events. The stand out runner(s) must start the event or all bets are refunded for that market.

22.2 The winner will be paid on which of the runner/s or the any other runner in the field finished higher.

22. Margin Betting

Margin betting is available on selected events and is paid out on the official

margin between the First and Second horses as declared by the Stewards

23. Jockey or Trainer Premiership

Select the Jockey or Trainer with the most wins over the Premiership Period

(August 1 to July 31) for the relevant region (e.g. Sydney Metropolitan Meetings).

All in Rules Apply.

24. Winning Race Time

Select the Official Winning Time of the nominated event, as declared by the

Stewards.

25. 'Favourite Out' Betting

Select which horse will have the highest position in the race, excluding the

favourite, as declared by the Stewards. Dead heat rules apply.

The nominated favourite must start the race or all bets are refunded.

Deductions may apply as per 17.1 Schedule of Deductions.

26. Concession Betting

Select the horse to win the race, if the selection runs Second (2nd) or Third

(3rd) as declared by the Stewards, all bets on the Nominated Horse will be refunded.

Refunds and deductions apply.

The following Dead Heat Rules Apply:

a) Dead Heat for first (1st) – Return is equal to half the win portion of the bet plus all of the stake

b) Dead Heat for second (2nd) – all bets on the Nominated Horses will be

refunded

c) Dead Heat for third (3rd) – All bets on the Nominated Horses will be

refunded, equal to fifty percent (50%) of the stake.

27. Winning Barrier Betting Rules

Select the barrier of the winning horse as declared by Stewards.

All bets are paid on the official Barrier Draw as listed in the race program.

All-In and Dead Heat Betting rules apply

28. Wining Saddlecloth – Odd or Even

28.1 Select whether the winner of the race will have an Odd or Even Saddlecloth

number. All-In and Dead Heat rules apply.

28.2 State of Origin/Winning State Bets – paid out on the state in which the horse is trained at the time of the race.

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29. Box Challenge

29.1 'Box Challenge' bets are available on selected meetings. The "Box" is defined as the dog Box Number from which it jumps in the race. Betting is Win only and all bets are accepted on an all-in basis (i.e. no refunds for non-starters).The winning box for the meeting is decided under a 3, 2, 1 points scoring system. All bets placed must be placed prior to the commencement of Race 1 of the race meeting for wagers to stand.

29.2 In each race of the meeting, the winning Box Number receives 3 points, the second placed Box Number receives 2 points and the third placed Box Number receives 1 point. The Box Number that accumulates the most points throughout the meeting is deemed the winner. In the event of a dead heat, where two or more Box Numbers are equal on points at the completion of all races at the meeting, the Dead Heat Rule applies.

29.3 If a meeting is abandoned or postponed to another date, single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding the Box Challenge event.

Wagers will not be voided and refunded where:

(a) In the event of a Box Challenge event on a single meeting, a Box Number has an unassailable lead in which case all bets stand. (b) in the event of Box Challenge event on a racing carnival, a Box Number has an unassailable lead in which case all bets stand.

29.4 In the event of Dogs dead heating for the win and/or place; points are shared equally by the number of competitors that Dead Heat.

 

Dead Heat for First

Dead Heat for Second

Dead Heat for Third

1st

2.5, 2.5

3

3

2nd

0

1.5, 1.5

2

3rd

1

0

0.5, 0.5

 

30. Error identified PRIOR to the commencement of the event:

If an error is identified prior to the commencement of the event and notified by

IASbet to the most recent contact number or email address supplied by the member, those wagers on that event will be made void and the member refunded.

If the wager is part of a multibet, the wager will then be re-calculated excluding

the event to which the error relates.

31. Error identified AFTER the commencement of the event:

If an error is identified only after the commencement of the event or for any other

reason not notified to the Member's point of contact prior to commencement of the

event, the wager on the event shall stand.

31.1 Exception – The only exception to this is where IASbet can demonstrate that the error was manifest or obvious, or that the Member otherwise should reasonably have been aware of the error when the wager was placed, in which case IASbet reserves the right to void such wagers.

32.Incorrect Betting and General Information

32.1 If IASbet publishes, posts or quotes any incorrect betting information for any thoroughbred, harness or greyhound racing event, such as posting wrong odds or lines, then regardless of the cause of source of such error IASbet has the right to void each members bet subject to rule 32.2 Incorrect Betting and General Information

32.2 Bookmakers must lay such odds if demanded by the taker on fixed odds betting, but so that the bookmaker shall not be compellable, in the normal course of business, to lose on any one bet at any one price.

- on thoroughbreds AUD $1,000.00;

- on harness and greyhounds AUD $500.00

32.3 All Internet betting is subject to a 1 minute cut off before the official start time.

32.4 IASbet reserves the right to close and or restrict a Member's Betting Account and refund the balance of his/her Betting Account, without further explanation.

In this event, outstanding bets will be honoured, unless the Members Betting Account has been used for any fraudulent transaction or purpose – in which case outstanding wagers will be void.

32.5 In the interests of staff and members, all telephone calls will be recorded and the recording used to settle all wagering disputes. If any dispute cannot be settled satisfactorily between IASbet management and the member, the matter shall be referred to a representative of the Northern Territory Racing & Gaming Commission for final determination and all wagers will be adjusted accordingly

When our staff repeat the odds and event to the member, it is the responsibility of the member to make sure that the information given is understood correctly

32.6 While IASbet takes all care in compiling betting information including the publication of form, IASbet cannot accept any reasonability for any errors.

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33. Member Responsibility

A Member is deemed to have accepted these Betting Rules and the remainder of

the Terms and Conditions by opening an Account or by placing a wager with IASbet via the telephone or via the IASbet website.

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34. Lucky Loser

34. Lucky Loser: 'Lucky Loser Bets' are available on the internet only.

34.1 Lucky Loser Bets are based on selecting one horse that does not win or run a place in each of the designated races listed on the Lucky Loser Bet race card.

34.2 For the Lucky Loser to be deemed a winning bet each selection in each race on the designated race card made by the Member in their Lucky Loser Bet must not Win or run a Place in its respective race.

34.3 Odds for the Lucky Loser Bet are determined by multiplying the individual decimal odds of each selection made in each race listed in the designated Lucky Loser Bet race card.

34.4 In fields of Eight (8) or more runners; horses that do not run first or second or third are deemed to be eligible for a winning leg of the Lucky Loser Bet.

34.5 In fields of between Five (5) runners and seven (7) runners; horses that do not run first or second are deemed to be eligible for a winning leg of the Lucky Loser Bet.

34.6 In fields of Four (4) or less runners; horses that do not run first are deemed to be eligible for a winning leg of the Lucky Loser Bet.

34.7 Where there is a late scratching(s) and the field is reduced to between five (5) runners and seven (7) runners, horses that do not run first or second are deemed to be eligible for a winning leg of the Lucky loser bet.

34.8 Where there is a late scratching(s) and the field is reduced to four (4) runners or less, horses that do not run first are deemed to be eligible for a winning leg of the Lucky loser bet.

34.9 Where there is a late scratching(s) of a runner in any race, or for any runner(s) declared a non-runner after the race commencement that is not in the member's Lucky Loser bet selection the original odds for the member's Lucky Loser selection will stand.

34.10 If one or two Member's Lucky Loser Bet selection(s) is scratched and/or in a race(s) that is abandoned or declared a no race, then the selection from these legs are excluded from the bet and the dividend will be recalculated excluding the leg(s) with the scratched selection(s).

34.11 If three or more of a Member's selections are scratched and/or in a race(s) that is abandoned or declared a no race, then the Lucky Loser Bet is cancelled and the wager is void and the stake will be refunded.

34.12 Unless otherwise agreed with IASbet, only one wager per combination of runners on the Lucky Loser bet card is allowed. More than one wager can be placed on the Lucky Loser bet card at any one racing venue using different combinations. The maximum a Member can win on a single Lucky Loser bet is AUD $3,000

34.13 Unless otherwise agreed with IASbet, the maximum that a Member can win per day at any one racing venue on a Lucky Loser Bet is AUD $30,000.

35. Unless otherwise stated, all "$" references within these rules is defined to be Australian Dollars (AUD)

36. Race Horse Owners & Breeders Top Odds - Get the Best of Everything.

36.1 In order to qualify as an owner, your name must appear in the Race Book.

36.2 In order to qualify as a Breeder, you must be the registered breeder.

36.3 You must inform the operator at the time you place the bet (at least 45 minutes prior to the race) that you are the owner or breeder, otherwise you will not be entitled to the best dividend from IASbets betting products on that particular race.

36.4 IASbet best of everything guarantees that you receive the higher of Top Fluctuation or City SuperPrice / SuperPrice on your horse from the time the bet is struck. Top Fluctuation refers to the top official on-course bookmakers fluctuation and does not include early or pre-post markets.

36.5 The place portion for Each Way bets is calculated using SuperPrice Place (higher dividend than at least two of the three TAB prices)

For example:

If your horse runs and wins at Flemington and you outlay $100, your 'Best of Everything' dividend is determined as follows:

Top Fluctuation pays: $5.00

CITY Super Price pays: $3.80

Top Odds - Best of Everything means you receive $5.00

Your $100 "Best Of Everything" bet is calculated like this. $100 @ 5.00 = $500.

37. Race Horse Owners & Breeders 10% Rebate. (Only Available to IASbet )

All rebates are settled per quarter and are paid directly into your IAS account. In order to qualify for the rebate you must have lodged your racehorse/s with Member Services (Call: 133 773), placed 25 individual wagers over a 3 month period, have backed your horse at least once during that period and your net winnings during the 3 month period must not exceed your net losses during that same period. Any rebate will be paid directly into your account by the 7th day following the quarter end.

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38. Place Cards

38.1 'Place Cards' are available on the internet only. Place Cards are selecting the first or subsequent place getters in four races specified. Place Card Odds are determined by adding the four odds together.

38.2 In fields of 8 or more runners, horses that run first, second or third are deemed to be eligible for a winning Place Card.

38.3 In fields of five (5), six (6) or seven (7) runners, only horses that run first and second are deemed to be eligible for a winning Place Card.

38.4 In fields of less than five (5) runners only the horse that runs first is deemed to be eligible for a winning Place Card.

38.5 Where there is a late scratching(s) and the field is reduced to 7 runners or less, the above rules will apply for all wagers taken after the official late scratching(s) time.

38.6 For wagers placed on fields of 8 or more prior to the official late scratching(s) time, first, second and third placings will count towards the Place Card.

38.7 If the Member's selection in one leg is scratched, then it becomes a three race Place Card and will be recalculated excluding that leg.

38.8 If two or more of the Member's selections are scratched then the Place Card is cancelled and the wager is void and will be refunded.

38.9 If one leg is abandoned or declared a no race, then it becomes a three race Place Card and will be recalculated excluding that leg.

38.10 If two or more legs are abandoned or declared no races, then all Place Cards are cancelled and the wager is void and will be refunded.

38.11 If there is a dead-heat for third place in any of the four (4) designated races, the odds are halved for each horse that has dead-heated in that leg and added to the other three legs. In the case of triple dead-heats, one third of the odds will be added to the other three legs.

38.12 Unless otherwise agreed with IASbet, the maximum that a Member can win per day at any one racing venue on a Place Card is AUD$30,000.

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IAS Bet Types

39.1 CITY SuperPrice

Is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that always guarantees to pay better than the 3 totes/TABs. Available for Win bets only on all metropolitan horse racing in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth.

39.2 Australian SuperPrice

Is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that always guarantees to pay higher than at least 2 Australian TABs. In fact SuperPrice often exceeds the payout of all Australian TABs.

39.3 Top Fluctuation (Top Fluc)

Guarantees that bets placed 45 minutes before the advertised start time are guaranteed to be paid the top official fluctuation odds bet by on-course bookmakers as determined by the Bookmakers Pricing Service, with no commissions deducted from your winning bets.

39.4 Superprice Payouts

Quinellas/Trifectas/Exactas: The following exotic wagers (Quinellas, Exactas and Trifectas) are accepted at SuperPrice. In the event that the exact combination is unstruck with the relevant tote operator, resulting in a dividend being declared on a combination other than on the correct official finishing order, IAS will declare a winning dividend based on the correct official finishing order only. Where races or bet types are covered by less than 3 Australian TABs the SuperPrice payout is guaranteed to exceed at least 1 Australian TAB. In the event of a jackpot, the IASbet dividend is calculated by taking the home state TAB jackpot and dividing it by the number of $1 winning units. Where the total number of winning units held by IASbet is less than one, the flexi % held is multiplied over the jackpot amount to determine the dividend.

First Four SuperPrice - Exotic wagers on First Fours are accepted at SuperPrice odds. In the event that the exact combination is unstruck with the relevant tote operator, resulting in a dividend being declared on a combination other than on the correct official finishing order, IAS will declare a winning dividend based on the correct official finishing order only. In the event of a jackpot and there is no dividend declared by Super-TAB and a member of IASbet has successfully nominated the first four place getters in correct order, then the dividend declared by IASbet shall, subject to the limits set out in Rule 53, be equal to: (the total dollar amount of the pool held by Super-TAB on the jackpotted event less statutory deductions). Divided by (the total number of winning units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event).

SuperPrice on Place: On Australian racing, a SuperPrice place dividend will be declared for all placegetters for which a dividend has been declared by at least one Australian TAB. When a place dividend is declared by at least one Australian TAB, losing place wagers will not be refunded.

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40. Doubles

40.1 A Running Double bet type requires nominating the successful first place winning runner of two consecutive races.

40.2 A Daily Double bet type requires nominating the successful first place winning runner of the two nominated races on the Daily Double race card.

40.3 The Flexi Bet option may be selected for Doubles wager subject to the minimum amount that may be invested in a single bet set-out in Rules 44.`

40.4 Running Double and Daily Double wagers on Australian Gallops Races: IASbet pays the dividend declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT. All winning dividends are subject to the limits set-out in Rule 53 for City Gallop races and Rule 53 for Country Gallop races.

40.5 Running Double and Daily Double wagers are not available on International Races.

40.6 Harness and Greyhound Double wagers: IASbet pays the dividend and winning combinations declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. IASbet pays the dividend and winning combinations declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

All winning dividends are subject to the limits set-out in Rule 53 for City Gallop races and Rule 53 for Country Gallop races.

40.7 Australian Races: if the selected runner is scratched or declared a non runner after the wager is confirmed, that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite as declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, or the substitute favourite declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

40.8 Should a Runner selected by a member in an International Race Double wager be scratched, that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite as declared by the NSW TAB, or if the NSW TAB is not hosting the race meeting that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite declared by the S-TAB.

40.9 If a double race leg(s) is declared a no race or abandoned IASbet will pay dividends as declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, or dividends declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

International races affected by a no race declaration in which dividends are paid will receive the NSW TAB dividend only. Should the relevant Home Tote declare wagers are voided due to a no race then wagers will be cancelled and the stake refunded.

40.10 In the event of a jackpot and there is no dividend declared by Home Tote TAB and a member of IASbet has successfully nominated winning Double combinations in correct order then the dividend declared by IASbetshall, subject to the limits in Rule 53 and be equal to: (the total dollar amount of the pool held by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, or the total dollar amount of the pool held by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW, ACT and International races on the jackpotted event less statutory deductions) divided by the number of $1 winning units held by IASbet. Where the total number of winning units held by IASbet is less than one, the flexi % held is multiplied over the jackpot amount to determine the dividend.

40.11 Members who are entitled to claim winnings in respect of jackpotted Running Double bet events may request confirmation from N.T Racing & Gaming as to the number of units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event.

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41. Trebles

41.1 A Treble bet is available on selected races and requires nominating the successful first place winning runner of the three consecutive races listed on the Treble bet race card.

41.2 The Flexi Bet option may be selected for a Treble wager subject to the minimum amount that may be invested in a single bet set-out in Rules 53.

41.3 IASbet pays the Treble dividend and winning combinations declared by the UNiTAB on the winning combinations to a maximum of $100,000 for City Gallop races (Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth) and to a maximum of $20,000 for Provincial and Country Gallop races.

All winning dividends are subject to the limits set-out in Rule 53 racing.

41.4 All Harness and Greyhound Treble wagers: IASbet pays the dividend and winning combinations as declared by UNiTAB subject to the limits set-out in Rule 52 for Harness and Greyhound racing.

All winning dividends are subject to the limits set-out in Rule 53 racing.

41.5 If the selected runner is scratched or declared a non runner after the wager is confirmed, that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite as declared by the UNiTAB.

41.6 If a Treble race leg is declared a no race then wagers will be subject to the result declared by UNiTAB; the Treble wager will either become void and the stake refunded, or the final dividend declared by UNiTAB will be paid.

41.7 In the event of a jackpot and there is no dividend declared by UNiTAB and a member of IASbet has successfully nominated the winning Treble combinations then the dividend declared by IASbet shall, subject to the limits in Rules 53 Greyhound racing be equal to: (the total dollar amount of the pool held by UNiTAB on the jackpotted event less statutory deductions) divided by the number of $1 winning units held by IASbet. Where the total number of winning units held by IASbet is less than one, the flexi % held is multiplied over the jackpot amount to determine the dividend.

41.8 Members who are entitled to claim winnings in respect of jackpotted Treble bet events may request confirmation from N.T Racing & Gaming as to the number of units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event.

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42. Quadrellas

42.1 A Quaddie wager (also referred to as a "Quaddie") requires nominating the successful first place winning runner of four consecutive races listed on the Quaddie race card.

42.2 The Flexi Bet option may be selected for Quaddie wagers subject to the minimum amount that may be invested in a single bet set-out in Rules 53

42.3 Quaddie wagers on Australian gallop races: IASbet pays the dividend declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT. All winning dividends are subject to a maximum of $300,000 for City Gallop races (Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth) and to a maximum of $100,000 for Provincial and Country Gallop races. All Quaddie wagers on New Zealand gallops will be paid the dividend declared by S-TAB. Payouts are subject to rule 53.4.

42.4 Harness and Greyhound race Quaddie wagers: IASbet pays the dividend and winning combinations declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. IASbet pays the dividend and winning combinations declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

All winning dividends are subject to the limits set-out in Rule 53 racing.

42.5 Australian/NZ Races: if the selected runner is scratched or declared a non runner after the wager is confirmed, that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite as declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, and New Zealand, or the substitute favourite declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

42.6 Should a Runner selected by a member in an International Race Quaddie wager be scratched, that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite as declared by the NSW TAB, or if the NSW TAB is not hosting the race meeting that portion of the wager will be transferred to the substitute favourite declared by the S-TAB.

42.7 If a Quaddie race leg(s) is declared a no race or abandoned IASbet will pay dividends as declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, and New Zealand, or dividends declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

International races affected by a no race declaration in which dividends are paid will receive the NSW TAB dividend only. Should the relevant Home Tote declare wagers are voided due to a no race(s) then wagers will be cancelled and the stake refunded.

42.8 In the event of a jackpot and there is no dividend declared by Home Tote TAB and a member of IASbet has successfully nominated the winning Quaddie combinations then the dividend declared by IASbet shall, subject to the limits in Rule 53, be equal to: (the total dollar amount of the pool held by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, or the total dollar amount of the pool held by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW, ACT and International races on the jackpotted event less statutory deductions) Multiplied by (the total number of winning units held by the client on the jackpotted event).

42.9 Members who are entitled to claim winnings in respect of jackpotted Quaddie bet events may request confirmation from N.T Racing & Gaming as to the number of units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event.

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First Fours

42.10 A First Four Bet requires nominating the first four place getters in correct order.

Exotic wagers on First Fours are accepted at SuperPrice odds.( See rule 39.2) In the event that the exact combination is unstruck with the relevant tote operator, resulting in a dividend being declared on a combination other than on the correct official finishing order, IAS will declare a winning dividend based on the correct official finishing order only. Where races or bet types are covered by less than 3 Australian TABs the SuperPrice dividend will match the SuperTAB (VIC TAB) dividend declared.

42.11 In the event of a jackpot and there is no dividend declared by SuperTAB and a client of IASbet has successfully nominated the first four place getters in correct order, then the dividend declared by IASbet shall, subject to the limits set out in Rule 53, be equal to: (the total dollar amount of the pool held by SuperTAB on the jackpotted event less statutory deductions). Divided by (the total number of winning units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event).

42.12 Unless otherwise specified, IASbet Pty Ltd First Four payouts are based on the winning combinations as declared by Super-TAB, subject to the limits set-out in Rule 53.

42.13 In the event of a dead heat combination in the first four place getters, there will be as many dividends as there are correct order combinations as declared Super TAB.

42.14 Members who are entitled to claim winnings in respect of jackpotted First Four bet events may request confirmation from N.T Racing & Gaming as to the number of units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event.

42.15 If one of the selected runners in a First Four bet is declared a 'non-runner' or is scratched after the wager is confirmed, wagers will be refunded on every combination which includes the scratched runner and the wager will be re-calculated without the scratched runner.

42.16 Unless otherwise agreed with IASbet First Four wager payouts are subject to Rule 53.

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43. Super 6

43.1 A Super 6 wager requires nominating the successful first place winning runner of six consecutive races listed on the Super 6 race card. The Major Dividend is paid on successfully selecting the six winning runners of all races listed on the Super 6 race card. A consolation dividend is paid by nominating the successful first place winning runner of the first five consecutive races only without selecting the winner of the final race on the Super 6 race card. Multiple consolation dividends are paid if the wager contains two or more selections in the final race that were not the winning runner.

43.2 The Flexi Bet option may be selected for Super 6 wagers subject to the minimum amount that may be invested in a single bet set-out in Rules 44

43.3 Australian gallop racing Super 6 wagers: IASbet pays the dividend declared by S-TAB for Super 6 race events featured in Victoria, Tasmania, ACT, WA, QLD, SA, & NT. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW. All winning dividends are subject to a maximum of $300,000 for City Gallop races (Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth & Adelaide) and to a maximum of $100,000 for Provincial and Country Gallop races or races in other Cities.

43.4 Harness and Greyhound racing Super 6 wagers: IASbet pays the dividend declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, ACT, WA, QLD, SA, & NT. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW. All winning dividends are subject to a maximum of $100,000 for City races (Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth & Adelaide) and to a maximum of $50,000 for Provincial and Country races or races in other Cities.

43.5 Cross Venue Super 6 Gallops Events: if the Super 6 event contains races from more than one venue in more than one state of Australia, IASbet pays the dividend declared by the TAB that offers the Super 6 event. Should the NSW TAB and/or S-TAB and/or UNiTAB initiate the same multi-venue Super 6 event, IASbet will pay the dividend declared by the S-TAB. All winning dividends are subject to a maximum of $300,000 for cross venue Super 6 events.

43.6 Cross Venue Super 6 Greyhound and Harness Events: if the Super 6 event contains races from more than one venue in more than one states of Australia, IASbet pays the dividend declared by TAB that offers the Super 6 event. Should the NSW TAB and/or S-TAB and/or UNiTAB initiate the same multi-venue Super 6 event, IASbet will pay the dividend declared by the S-TAB. All winning dividends are subject to a maximum of $100,000 for cross venue Super 6 events.

43.7 Scratchings: if the selected runner is scratched or declared a non-runner after the wager is confirmed, that portion of the wager will be transferred to the Super 6 nominated substitute favourite as declared by the Home Tote offering the Super 6 event. Should the NSW TAB and/or S-TAB and/or UNiTAB initiate a multi-venue Super 6 event, the substitute runner for any scratched runner or declared non-runner will be the substitute favourite as declared by the S-TAB.

43.8 Abandoned Races: If four or more races are abandoned and/or declared a no race, all wagers are refunded. If any of the final three races are abandoned or declared a no race, IASbet pays the dividend declared by S-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, ACT and WA. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW. IASbet pays the dividend declared by UNiTAB for races featured in Qld, SA & NT. Should the NSW TAB and/or S-TAB and/or UNiTAB initiate a multi-venue Super 6 event, IASbet pays the dividend declared by the S-TAB. The Consolation Dividend will not be paid in the event of any race cancellation or abandonment.

43.9 Pool Jackpot: In the event of a jackpot and there is no dividend declared by Home Tote TAB and a member of IASbet has successfully nominated the winning Super 6 combinations, then the dividend declared by IASbet shall, subject to the limits in Rule 53 be equal to: (the total dollar amount of the pool held by S-TAB for Super 6 events featured in featured in Victoria, Tasmania, ACT and WA, or the total dollar amount of the pool held by NSW TAB for Super 6 events featured in NSW, or the total dollar amount of the pool held by UNiTAB for Super 6 events featured in Qld, SA & NT, or the total dollar amount of the pool held by S TAB for Super 6 cross venue events on the jackpotted event less statutory deductions) Multiplied by (the total number of winning units held by the client on the jackpotted event).

43.10 Members who are entitled to claim winnings in respect of jackpotted Super 6 bet events may request confirmation from N.T Racing & Gaming as to the number of units held by IASbet on the jackpotted event.

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44. Flex Betting (Superflex)

44.1 SuperFlex bets are those where a single bet has many combinations, and each combination has a stake which may be less than the minimum stake for bets. In the case of a SuperFlex Bet, the minimum amount that may be invested in a single bet is the greater of:

44.2 1 cent for each combination covered by the bet.

44.3 $1.00 or such other amount as IAS may determine from time to time.

44.4 SuperFlex Bets are available on Thoroughbred (excluding South African, New Zealand and English Racing) and Harness Quinella, Trifecta, Exacta and First Four wagers.

44.5 The amount invested on each combination covered by a SuperFlex Bet is determined by the total stake amount of the SuperFlex Bet divided by the number of combinations rounding down to the nearest cent.

44.6 When taking SuperFlex Exotic Bets (Trifecta, Quinella, Exacta, First Four) the percentage is calculated by the total stake divided by the number of combinations (permutations)

44.7 If a runner specified in a SuperFlex bet is scratched after the bet is entered, and the bet involves a single race (Exacta, First Four, Quinella, Trifecta), the combinations are divided into two divisions: those which include the scratched runner(s), and those which do not. The bet combinations which include scratched runners are refunded. The bet combinations which do not include scratched runners are processed as if no runners had been scratched

44.8 If a runner specified in a SuperFlex bet is scratched after the bet is entered, and the bet involves more than one race (Double, Treble, Quadrella), all scratched runners are replaced by the substitute favourite declared by SuperTAB (Doubles and Quadrellas) or UNiTAB (Trebles) and are regarded as winners if the substitute wins.

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45. Harness Racing

Australian SuperPrice is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that guarantees to exceed at least two Australian TABs

Available for Win, Place, Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta, and Multibet betting.

First Fours – First Fours are accepted at SuperPrice odds. However, when First Fours are covered by less than 3 Australian TABs, the SuperPrice dividend will match the SuperTAB (Vic TAB) dividend declared.

Quadrellas – IASbet pays the dividend declared by Super-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

45.1 Unless otherwise agreed with IASbet the maximum payout is AUD$100,000. The maximum cumulative payout for exotics wagers per race is $10,000. The maximum cumulative payout for Quaddie wagers per meeting is $20,000. The maximum cumulative payout for daily double wagers per meeting is $5000. The maximum cumulative payout for treble wagers per meeting is $5000.

45.2 EXTRA MARKETS

45.2.1 Protest Payouts do not apply to any 'Extra Market' bets.

45.2.2 Betting Without: IASbet will offer prices on an event 'without' a nominated selection.

For settlement purposes the finishing position on the 'without' selection will be ignored.

In the event of the 'without' selection being scratched, the 'Betting Without' market will be closed.

Please note all existing bets on this market will stand and deductions apply if any other selection is scratched. See rule 17.1 for the relevant deductions. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

45.2.3 Insure 2: Select a horse or greyhound to win the race, if your selection runs second as declared by the stewards, all bets on that nominated horse or greyhound will be refunded. Refunds and deductions apply. See rule 17.1 for the relevant deductions. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

45.2.4 Insure 3: Select a horse or greyhound to win the race, if your selection runs second or third as declared by the stewards, all bets on that nominated horse or greyhound will be refunded. Refunds and deductions apply. See rule 17.1 for the relevant deductions. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

45.2.5 Head To Head: Bets are available on selected events. In the event of a protest, bets will be paid out on the official race day placing's. In the event of a dead heat, the Dead Heat Rule applies (see 15). Bets are settled on the highest finishing position. In the event of both runners failing to complete the course – bets are settled on 'furthest to complete' according to the official result.

45.2.6 Odds Vs Evens: Select whether the winner of the race will have an ODD or EVEN saddlecloth number. This market is only available when fixed odds betting is available on an event. Please note, if a horse is scratched that is $6.00 or shorter at the time of the scratching, all bets on the Odds Vs Evens market will be refunded. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

45.2.7 Enhanced Odds Diamonds In The Roughies: Select whether the winner of the race will be one of the four horses listed in this market. IASbet gives an enhanced blended price for any one of these listed ‘roughies’ to win the race. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

45.2.8 Trots Craps: Select whether the combined numerical value of the top two placegetters in the race will total 7 or 11. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

45.2.9 Back The Field: Bet on any horse except the identified selection to win. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

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46. Greyhound Racing

Australian SuperPrice is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that guarantees to exceed at least two Australian TABs

Available for Win, Place, Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta & Multibet betting.

First Fours – First Fours are accepted at SuperPrice odds. However, when First Fours are covered by less than 3 Australian TABs, the SuperPrice dividend will match the SuperTAB (Vic TAB) dividend declared.

Quadrellas – IASbet pays the dividend declared by Super-TAB for races featured in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. IASbet pays the dividend declared by NSW TAB for races featured in NSW and ACT.

46.1 Unless otherwise agreed with IASbet the maximum payout is AUD$100,000. The maximum cumulative payout for exotics wagers per race is $10,000. The maximum cumulative payout for Quaddie wagers per meeting is $20,000. The maximum cumulative payout for daily double wagers per meeting is $5000. The maximum cumulative payout for treble wagers per meeting is $5000.

46.2 Extra Markets:

46.2.1 Protest Payouts do not apply to any 'Extra Market' bets.

46.2.2: Odds vs Evens: Select whether the winner of the race will have an ODD or EVEN greyhound jacket number. This market is only available when fixed odds betting is available on an event. Please note, if a greyhound is scratched that is $6.00 or shorter at the time of the scratching, all bets on the Odds Vs Evens market will be refunded. Dead Heat rules apply (see 15).

46.2.3 Enhanced Odds Diamonds In The Roughies: Select whether the winner of the race will be one of the four greyhounds listed in this market. IASbet gives an enhanced blended price for any one of these listed ‘roughies’ to win the race. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

46.2.4 Hot Wings: Select whether the winner of the greyhound race will be greyhound number 1 or 8. IASbet gives a blended price for either of these greyhounds to win the race. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17). All bets refunded if either greyhounds number 1 or 8 are scratched.

46.2.5 Inside vs Outside: Select whether the winner of the greyhound race will start from the inside four boxes (jacket number 1, 2, 3 or 4) or the outside four boxes (jacket number 5, 6, 7 or 8) – In the event of a dog with jacket number 9 or 10 running the market will not be offered. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

46.2.6 Dogs Craps: Select whether the combined numerical value of the top two placegetters in the race will total 7 or 11. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

46.2.7 Back The Field: Bet on any greyhound except the identified selection to win. Dead Heat Rules apply (see 15). Deductions apply (see 17).

46.2.8 Head To Head: Bets are available on selected events. In the event of a dead heat, the Dead Heat Rule applies (see 15). Bets are settled on the highest finishing position. In the event of both runners failing to complete the course – bets are settled on 'furthest to complete' according to the official result.

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47. United Kingdom and Irish Racing

47.1 General settlement of bets

Horse racing bets are automatically settled on a double result basis unless otherwise stated or as detailed in the double result section herein.

Ante-post bets are settled on the Rules of Racing unless otherwise advertised. Where a result is amended after the weigh-in such an amendment will be ignored for settlement purposes. The advertised times of races, the runners, returns and results as published in the Racing Post (or the national press) will govern settlement of all bets, excepting errors and omissions. Unless otherwise provided for in these rules, all bets will be settled at starting price, with the place part of each-way bets settled as per place terms set out in these rules.

For overseas racing please refer to overseas racing section.

In the event of a walk-over named or unnamed selections will be void and treated as non-runners for settlement purposes.

Queries regarding errors should be made within 14 days of settlement of the bet. An each-way bet consists of one bet to win on the selection and one bet to place on the selection in accordance with the place terms for the event.

In single and accumulative bets on horse racing place terms will be determined by the actual number of runners that run in the race. In any race of fewer than five starters, all place money goes onto win. With the exception of ante-post bets, the below each-way terms for horse and greyhound racing events are settled on the actual number of runners which are deemed to have run in the race and not the number of initial declared runners:

1)Handicaps of more than 16 runners - 1/4 odds on first four places.

2)Handicaps of 12-15 runners - 1/4 odds on first three places.

3)All other races of more than 8 runners - 1/5 odds on first three places.

4)All races of 5-7 runners - 1/4 odds on first two places.

5)All races of less than 5 runners - Place money goes on to win.

Please note that win-only betting may only be available on selected races. The place terms displayed on our website supersede these rules. Place bets are not accepted unless at least an equal amount is invested to win.

Any place money inadvertently accepted in excess of the win stake will be void.

On occasion, place-only betting may be advertised for selected events and any bets placed will be valid in such a situation. For the purpose of settlement, each-way accumulative bets are settled win-to-win and place-to-place.

In a dead heat, the stake money on a selection is divided by the number of runners involved in the dead heat. The full odds are then paid to the divided stake with the remainder of the stake money being lost.

When a selection is made void or does not run, then for single bets the stake will be returned. In accumulative bets the stake will run on to the remaining selection(s) with a double becoming a single and so on up.

47.2 Abandonments/postponements/re-run races

If a race programme is abandoned or postponed bets will be void.

However, on occasions when a major race is postponed we reserve the right to advertise and apply the following: Bets accepted after 10am on the day of the overnight declarations will stand until that race is run, so long as the overnight declarations stand, unless cancelled by prior mutual agreement.

If races are set back in time on a day because of the weather, settlement of all bets will be ruled by the original advertised times.

If a race is re-run, betting in the first race will rule settlement, and horses which ran in the first race but did not start in the second will be considered losers.

47.3 Each-way betting

Each-way accumulative bets are settled win-to-win and place-to-place. In any race reduced to fewer than five starters, each-way bets will be taken as 'all-to-win' given that there are no places available.

In accumulative wagers, the bet reverts to normal place odds according to the number of runners in each race 'place bets' are not accepted unless at least an equal amount is invested to win, with the exceptions being Tote betting and on the occasions that we offer 'place only' Betting on individual races as a special offer.

Where there is excess place money over win money in each-way bets, then that part of the bet will be void, win or lose. When special place betting is offered for a race, this will rule settlement for all place bets on that race.

The following governs settlement of the place part of each-way bets:

Handicaps of 16 or more runners: 1/4 odds for the first four places

Handicaps of 12-15 runners: 1/4 odds for the first three places

All other races of 8 or more runners: 1/5 odds for the first three places

All races of 5, 6 or 7 runners: 1/4 odds for the first two places

All races of less than 5 runners: all place stakes will be treated as win stakes.

For overseas racing where we pay pari-mutuel returns the each way terms will be as determined by the local pari-mutuel rules.

47.4 Favourites

Starting price bets will be accepted each-way for first favourites, win-only for second favourites, and each-way for first favourites only in greyhound racing.

The favourite is the selection quoted in the official starting price returns at the shortest odds. The second favourite is the horse quoted at the next shortest odds. If two horses are quoted at the same odds and these odds are shorter than those quoted against any other horses, then these two are equal first favourite and equal second favourite. If two or more co-favourites are thus selected, the stake will be divided equally between them.

When a returned favourite does not come under starter's orders and is withdrawn, then that unnamed favourite will be treated as a non-runner with bets on the second favourite settled on the second favourite. The only exceptions to this provision are speciality bets such as Jackpot or Placepot bets where, if there is a withdrawn favourite, the next lowest priced horse is the one taken as to substitute for a non-runner that under the rules has to be replaced by the 'favourite'

47.5 Double result

Double result is only applicable to horse racing in Ireland and the UK and overseas meetings where SIS return an industry SP.

Double result means if your horse is first past the post you get paid, however, should your horse be awarded the race or promoted to a place, as a result of a stewards enquiry or an objection which is announced before the 'weigh in' or 'winner alright', we will still pay you.

Double result does not apply to the following bets or circumstances:

1). All ante-post bets.

2). Bets which rely on Tote dividends ie. Jackpots, Placepots etc which are settled on the Rules of Racing.

3). 'Distance specials' which are settled on a Rules of Racing basis only.

4). Any horse disqualified for taking the wrong course or for carrying an incorrect weight.

5). Races which are declared void.

6). Where there is an official correction to the result by the judge or SIS prior to the 'weigh in' and any races which are declared void before the 'weigh in' for which Rules of Racing will apply.

7). All bets on horse racing outside of Ireland and the UK, where an industry SP is not returned, are settled on a Rules Of Racing basis only.

8). All bets placed on Betting in Running markets will be settled on a Rules of Racing basis only.

9). We offer Double Result on Place Betting, Betting Without Favourite, Fallers Insurance & all Insurebet Markets.

47.6 Ante-post

All racing ante-post bets are accepted and settled on a Rules of Racing basis only.

Ante-post bets are accepted at quoted prices, up to and including the day prior to the event, on the basis of all in, run or not, entered or not .Therefore selections not taking part in the race/event concerned are losers.

Ante-post bets are those placed at our quoted prices on horses and prior to the race becoming classed as 'day of event' (day of event is a term used to describe the time at which overnight declarations are made, usually 10am on the day preceding the race (or two days for certain Group 1 races) for horse racing and the day of the race for greyhounds).

All bets placed after the overnight declaration stage are settled in accordance with our early prices/day of race rules.

In line with principals laid down by Tattersalls Rules of Racing, ante-post bets will be void under the following circumstances, otherwise bets stand:

1). If the race is abandoned or declared void.

2). If the venue of the race is altered or postponed to a later date at a different track.

3). If the race is postponed to a later date at the same track with entries totally reopened bets placed after the initial entries are void, but bets placed prior to the initial entry stage will stand. All bets will stand if a race is postponed to later date at the same track with the same entries, whether the bet was placed before or after the initial entries stage.

4). If the horse is balloted out or eliminated under Jockey Club rules single bets will be void. In any such cases, accumulative ante-post bets will stand on the remaining legs, at the prices laid on the selections in those races, with a double becoming a single, a treble becoming a double, etc.

5). In the event of horses being withdrawn under Jockey Club/Turf Club rules, to limit the number of entries taken part, these horses shall be void. The liability of a layer against horses remaining will be reduced on both win and place parts of such bets, in accordance with the rate to be announced before the race by Tattersalls Committee, dependant on the odds currently available against the withdrawn horses at the time of withdrawal. All bets are executed at the price ruling at the time of handing in of the bet. We reserve the right to correct any palpable error. Win doubles, trebles, etc are calculated at full accumulative odds. Each-way doubles and trebles etc. are settled win-to-win, place-to-place, and for the place part of such bets, the fractional odds pertaining at the time of acceptance. Place only bets, conditional bets and forecast bets are not accepted ante-post. When the same selection is backed to win two or more races/events in ante-post bets, special odds are applicable. These special odds will supersede the accumulative odds calculated from the individual event prices irrespective of the fact that the individual event prices may be endorsed on the slip. If special odds were not available, the stake will be divided equally as singles at the prices available at the time the bet was placed.

47.7 Non-runner no bet

Ante-post betting ceases at 10.30 am on the day of the overnight declaration stage and all bets placed after that stage will be 'non-runner no bet', ie. your bet stake will be refunded if your horse fails to compete. Tattersalls Rule 4 may apply.

47.8 Late withdrawals – UK Tattersalls Rule 4

In all horse races, excluding ante-post bets, if a horse is withdrawn, not under starter's orders, bets will be settled in accordance with Tattersalls Rule 4(c), which says that backers of the withdrawn horse will have their stakes refunded.

When there has not been time for the market to reform, deductions are made from winnings (exclusive of stake) according to the table below.

In cases of more than one withdrawal in a race, the total deduction will not exceed 0.90c in $1.00.

When there has been time to reform the market, deductions will apply only to bets at board prices struck prior to the announcement of the withdrawal.

Tattersalls Rule 4 Schedule

(All rates in $)

A $1.11 or longer odds on 90c K $2.25 to $2.50 40c
B $1.11 to $1.19 85c L $2.60 to $2.75 35c
C $1.20 to $1.25 80c M $2.80 to $3.20 30c
D $1.28 to $1.30 75c N $3.40 to $4.00 25c
E $1.33 to $1.40 70c O $4.20 to $5.00 20c
F $1.44 to $1.53 65c P $5.50 to $6.50 15c
G $1.57 to 1.62 60c Q $7.00 to $10 10c
H $1.67 to $1.80 55c R $11 to $15 5c
I $1.84 to $1.95 50c S $15 + No deduction
J $2.00 to $2.20 45c      

The above scale will also apply in the case of non-runners in early price races and will be used for other events where we specifically advertise, either in these rules or at the event itself that Tattersalls Rule 4 (abbreviated to Rule 4) may apply.

For withdrawals relating to ante-post, advertised early prices and greyhounds please refer to the appropriate section.

47.9 Reserves

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

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

47.10 No official SP returned (UK & Ireland)

Selections in races where no official SPs are returned from racecourses in the UK or Ireland will be settled at the industry SP (if returned).

If no official SP or industry SP is returned bets will be settled as following:

All bets where no price is taken (including forecasts, tricasts and unnamed favourites) will be settled at the closing 'show' prices offered by Paddy Power.

Where no 'show' prices are displayed for horse racing, bets will be settled at the appropriate Tote returns and all greyhound racing bets will be void.

Bets on unnamed favourites and second favourites will stand for races where an official or industry SP is returned, but will be void if neither SP is returned.

Note: For Tote Placepot/Quadpot bets – when no official SP is returned and an industry SP is returned in its place, Tote bets on unnamed favourites are settled on the Tote favourite and not the industry SP favourite.

47.11 Taking a price - advertised early prices

Bets accepted at our advertised prices after 9am on the day of the overnight declarations are not ante-post bets and will be settled in accordance with the terms advertised.

Prices advertised for 'early price' races are available subject to fluctuation up to the time as displayed in our offices (normally 20 minutes before the race 'off time' for UK races and 30 minutes for Irish races) or up to 'first show'.

In the event of a horse being withdrawn, not under starter's orders, stakes on that selection will be returned. Bets for the remaining horses in that race will be subject to a deduction in accordance with Tattersall's Rule 4 (c), based on the 'early price' of the withdrawn horse at the time of withdrawal (see table above).

Should any greyhound be withdrawn from an advertised 'early price' greyhound race all bets on that race shall be settled at starting price.

47.12 Show/screen prices

Should a horse be withdrawn, and where Tattersall's Rule 4(c) would apply, no board prices may be laid after the withdrawal unless the market has reformed. Any such bets laid in error will be settled at SP or the next immediate price offered after withdrawal, whichever is the greater.

Should any greyhound be withdrawn all bets placed at a show price prior to withdrawal on that race will be settled at starting price.

47.13 Forecasts

These can be accessed using the ' Exacta ' betting button on the IASbet betting page

Subject to the following rules, we accept forecast singles, doubles and trebles as part of our normal business. Any forecast accumulators accepted in error, which do not comply to the format and conditions above, will be settled as forecast trebles, with the stake involved being equally split over the number of trebles available.

Forecast bets are settled from the returns declared by the CSF or BAGS/BEGS F/C. Any bonus for forecast doubles or trebles is added to the calculated total return, i.e. excluding any leg by leg bonus.

Forecast bets are void when: one of the selections does not run, less than three runners take part in the event, or you select unnamed favourites. If an unnamed favourite appears among the named selections, only that part of your bet including the unnamed favourite is void.

If for any reason, no CSF or BAGS/BEGS forecast is returned, bets will be settled by reference to the NSL Straight Forecast Chart.

In the event of a selection finishing alone, a forecast dividend with any other runner will be declared..

47.14 Tricasts

These can be accessed using the ' Trifecta ' betting button on the IASbet betting page)

Tricast bets, in which selections must finish first, second and third in the correct order in specified races are accepted in single bets only. Stakes for any tricast double, treble, etc accepted in error will be divided equally to cover each tricast race in tricast singles only.

Horse and greyhound (BAGS/BEGS) tricasts are only accepted on races for which a computer tricast dividend is declared. Any tricasts accepted for races which no tricast dividend is declared will be settled as computerised straight forecasts on the selections nominated to finish first and second, with the selection for third place discounted.

Any tricast which contains an unnamed favourite, that selection will be settled as a non-runner.

Tricasts will be settled in accordance with the official computerised return.

Should a tricast include a non-runner, the total stake will be invested as a computerised straight forecast on the remaining two selections in the order selected. In the case of combination tricasts the total stake will be invested as a reversed straight forecast on the remaining two selections.

If less than three horses finish in a tricast race, a dividend will be declared on those that finish.

Should a tricast include two non-runners, the bet will be void.

Examples of the above

i) Full cover (24 bets) selections A, B, C, D with D as a non-runner is settled in the following manner: Full cover tricast A, B, C = 6 bets full cover forecast (3 x stake unit) A, B, C = 18 bets

ii) The same bet but with C and D as non-runners is settled as following: Full cover forecast (6 x stake unit) A,B = 12 bets plus 12 Single bets void.

47.17 Rules for special offers (IASbet daily specials - Special win doubles, trebles etc)

If the SP return is greater than the special advertised price for win doubles, trebles etc - we pay SP. (This does not apply to any specials including a 'placed' selection).

In the event of any non-runner(s) in any of the races from which the above have been selected we reserve the right to revert the bet to SP.

'Jockey specials' stand irrespective of who actually rides the named selections in the special. Where any of the selections included in the special are non-runners, the bet reverts to SP settlement, with an accumulator settled as a treble and a treble settled as a double etc.

In the event of any non-runners in the races from which a place only selection has been nominated, our normal place betting terms will automatically apply, i.e. bets revert to normal place terms according to the number of runners in each race as detailed under each-way betting. For example, if we advertise a horse to be placed in the first four, and due to non-runners the field is reduced to less than 16 runners, it will automatically become the first three places only etc.

47.18 Guaranteed odds race/Odds in your favour

Where we offer a 'guaranteed odds race' if you take the early advertised price on this race and the starting price (SP) is greater - we pay SP.

Please note this offer applies to early prices only and does not apply to show/screen prices.

47.19 Winning distance / How far will it win by

Betting on the winning distance will be on races only as displayed.

The winning distance will be that margin, as officially announced between the winning horse and the second.

All winning distance bets are settled on a first past the post basis only, i.e. double result does not apply.

In the event of a withdrawal resulting in a Rule 4 of 10c or greater in a race where we offer distance betting the Rule 4 amount will be split between the number of distance options.

47.20 Betting without

Where we offer prices on an event without a nominated selection, for settlement purposes the finishing position of the 'without' selection will be ignored.

Any each-way terms advertised are settled on the actual number of runners who take part in the race, excluding the 'without' selection.

47.21 Nominate horses to finish the course etc.

All bets are settled in accordance with the official returns in the Racing Post (excluding errors), or in its absence the national press.

47.22 Special win and/or place multiples

Where we quote a price for two or more specified selections in a win or place multiple, settlement will revert to SP if there is a dead heat in any leg of the bet.

47.23 Horse match betting

Where we quote special match betting, all bets are settled Rules of Racing according to the official returns in the following days Racing Post.

Bets are settled on the best finishing position.

In the event of both runners failing to complete the course - bets are settled on 'furthest to complete' according to the official result.

47.24 Combined winning distances for a meeting

Distances for each race meeting are settled on a 'first past the post' basis. If any of the scheduled races at a meeting are not run, bets are void unless the maximum quote has been attained.

The maximum winning distance per race for a flat race is 12 lengths while a National Hunt race is 30 lengths. This also applies should only one horse complete the race.

Distances are as follows:

Nose - 0.05

Short Head: 0.1

Head: 0.2

Neck: 0.3

Half a length: 0.5

3/4 of a length: 0.75

1 length: 1

Etc...

47.25 Jockey number of winners

If the jockey rides any horse which, according to that days Racing Post he was not scheduled to ride, that ride does not count for the purposes of bets on that jockey.

47.26 Today's hot pots

How many of the selected horses will win their respective races today? If any of the selected horses are non-runners all bets are void unless the maximum quote has already been attained.

47.27 Winning favourites

If the favourite is withdrawn the second favourite replaces the favourite for this market. If both the first and second favourites are withdrawn the next lowest horse(s) in the betting counts for this market.

If neither an official SP nor industry SP is returned on any of the included races – all bets on this market are void.

47.28 Place betting only

In the event of a horse being withdrawn, not under starter's orders, stakes on that selection will be returned.

Bets for the remaining horses in the race will be subject to a deduction in accordance with Tattersall's Rule 4(c) based on the win price of the withdrawn horse(s) at the time of withdrawal, (see Tattersall's Rule 4 table above) e.g. Horse X priced at 4/1 in the win market and 1/1 in the 'place only' betting market is withdrawn then a Rule 4 deduction of 20c based on the 4/1 win price shall apply to the 'place only' betting market.

The number of places being paid shall remain constant e.g. If we are originally paying three places and the race is reduced to 7 or less runners we shall still pay 3 places. The only exception to this is when the number of runners is equal to or less than the number of places on offer. In this instance all bets are void. Normal dead-heat rules apply.

Double Result concession does apply to this market.

47.29 Insurebet 2 places

Price offered is for the horse to win the race. If the horse finishes second the bet stake is returned.

In the event of a horse being withdrawn, not under starter's orders, stakes on that selection will be returned. Bets for the remaining horses in the race will be subject to a deduction in accordance with Tattersall's Rule 4(c) based on the win price of the withdrawn horse(s) at the time of withdrawal, (see Tattersall's Rule 4 table above) e.g. Horse X priced at 4/1 in the win market and 11/4 in the "Insurebet 2 Places" market is withdrawn then a Rule 4 deduction of 20c based on the 4/1 win price shall apply to the "Insurebet 2 Places" market. In the event of a race being reduced to 4 or less runners all bets are void. Normal dead-heat rules apply.

Double Result concession does apply to this market.

47.30 Faller Insurance

Price offered is for the horse to win the race.

If the horse falls, unseats the jockey or is brought down the bet stake is returned. It does not apply to horses that Slip Up, Refuse, Run Out or get Carried Out.

In the event of a horse being withdrawn, not under starter's orders, stakes on that selection will be returned.

Bets for the remaining horses in the race will be subject to a deduction in accordance with Tattersall's R4(c) based on the Win price of the withdrawn horse(s) at the time of withdrawal, (see Tattersall's R4 table under Horse Racing rules). E.g. Horse X priced at 4/1 in the win market and 11/4 in the "Faller Insurance" market is withdrawn then a R4 deduction of 20c based on the 4/1 Win price shall apply to the "Faller Insurance" market.

Refunded bets will be settled as soon as possible but in some cases may take up to an hour.

Where disputes arise results will be taken from www.sportinglife.com

Double Result concession does apply to this market.

47.31 Jockey performance

Points are awarded for jockey performance as follows: Win - 25pts 2nd - 10pts 3rd - 5pts.

If any of the jockey's intended rides are non-runners, points will be awarded as follows:

Evens or shorter - 15pts

$2.10 to $4.50 - 10pts

$5 to $9 - 5pts

$10 or more - 0pts

The price used will be the IASbet early price at time of confirmation of non-runner. The last show price will be used if horse is withdrawn during the show.

If it is a race without early prices and before first show the predicted SP in the Racing Post shall be used.

In the event of a walkover points will be settled by the same method as if the jockey's horse was a non-runner.

Other than a walkover the number of runners in a race does not affect the points awarded e.g. In a 3 runner race third place gets 5 points.

If a jockey fails to ride any of his intended mounts but the horse does run, the horse's performance does count towards the points total for the jockey.

47.32 Favourite's performance

Predict the performance of the starting price favourites at a specific meeting.

Points are awarded on the following basis: Winner = 25, Second = 10, Third = 5. Favourites finishing lower than third are awarded 0 points.If there are joint/co favourites, then the runner with the lowest racecard number is deemed favourite for the purpose of this market.

In the event of no starting price being returned, the favourite will be the runner with the lowest price in the betting forecast published in the Racing Post.

In the event of a dead heat for any placing, points for these runners will be added together and divided equally between the number of positions, e.g. dead-heat for second place involving the favourite = (10+5)/2 = 7.5 points. If any of the scheduled races at a meeting are not run, then all bets are void unless the maximum quote is reached.

If the favourite is withdrawn at the start of the race and no new market is formed, points will be awarded dependant on the price of the favourite at the time of the withdrawal: Evens or shorter = 15, 11/10 to 9/2 = 10, 5/1 or bigger = 5.

47.33 Walkovers

Walkovers will be excluded from all markets unless created by the withdrawal of a horse after we have begun quoting a market concerning the race in question, in which case the make-ups will be as follows:

Racecard numbers: Number of horse walking over, Doubled Favourite: 20 points, Starting Price: 1 point.

Distances: (i) Flat: 5 lengths (ii) National Hunt: 12 lengths

In the event of a walkover all Ante-Post bets on the event will be void.

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48. Hong Kong Racing

48.1 IAS will settle all win and place wagers at Superprice. SuperPrice is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that always guarantees to pay higher than at least 2 Australian TABs.

Available for Win, Place, Quinella, Trifecta, Multibet and Flexi betting

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49. Singapore Racing

49.1 IAS will settle all win and place wagers at Superprice. SuperPrice is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that always guarantees to pay higher than at least 2 Australian TABs.

Available for Win & Place betting only

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50. New Zealand Racing

50.1 IAS will settle all win and place wagers at Superprice. SuperPrice is the final payout offered by IASbet at the close of betting that always guarantees to pay higher than at least 2 Australian TABs. Available for Win, Place, Quinella, Trifecta and Flexi betting, except for rule 50.2. All Quaddie wagers on New Zealand gallops will be paid the dividend declared by S-TAB. Payouts are subject to rule 53.4.
50.2 In the instance where none of the three TAB’s are betting on a particular New Zealand race, IAS will match the Win & Place and exotic dividends declared by the New Zealand TAB. In the instance the New Zealand TAB does not declare a particular exotic dividend, IAS with calculate the payout according to the size of the pool divided by winning $1 combinations..

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51. United States Racing

Unlike horse racing in Ireland & UK there are no prices from the racetrack.
51.1 All bets are settled to the US pari-mutual returns. IASbet will pay track odds upon results as declared by the US host track. Only bet types offered by the US host track on races will be accepted by IASbet. IASbet will refund all bets on a race that is declared by the US host track to be a no-contest i.e., where due to scratched (non-runners) entrants there are insufficient wagering interests remaining to fulfil the requirements of the bet type. Win pools, exacta pools, and first leg of double pools offered in contests in which the number of betting interests has been reduced to less than two.

Place pools, quinella pools, trifecta pools, offered in contests in which the number of betting interests has been reduced to fewer than three. Show pools, superfecta pools, offered in contests in which the number of betting interests has been reduced to less than four.

All bets placed online on US racing will be settled on number rather than name; names are displayed for information purposes only.

Dividend: A dividend is declared at the track for the winner and the place horses. All dividends must be halved to get the actual return. E.g. you placed €10 win on Horse No. 1 at Race 1 at Arlington. The selection wins and paid 34.00 on the US Tote. Your winnings would be 170.00 because the tote dividend is declared to a 2$ stake.

Place terms: Win bets are settled to the win pool. Each way bets with eight or more runners are settled to win and show pool. In races with five to seven runners the place part of an each way bet is settled to the place pool.

Exacta: This bet requires you to select the first and second horses in a race, in their exact order of finish. This can also be reversed at twice the stake.

Trifecta (can also be called triacta): You must select the first, second, and third finishers in a race, in their exact order. To finish in any order it involves 6 bets.

Coupled horses: Unlike pari-mutuel betting in Europe, in the US when a horse is coupled it is so for all bets, not just win bets. If you bet on a horse that is coupled with one or more horses, your bet includes all horses under the said number (e.g. 1, 1a, 1b). If one of the entries is a non-runner your bet will stand on the remaining coupled selection.

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52. All Other Overseas Racing

All horse racing outside Ireland or the UK are settled on a Rules of Racing basis only. In countries where bookmakers do operate and an official starting price is returned, bets are accepted in accordance with our general rules and any conditional rules applicable to the country concerned, as advertised by IASbet In countries where there is no starting price market in operation, bets may be accepted at the following where available:

52.1 IASbet early prices or SIS industry shows.

52.2 For selected meetings when an SIS/industry SP is in operation and advertised, bets not at a early or show price will be settled at the SIS/industry SP and not at pari-mutuel returns. (Bets may be accepted at pari-mutuel returns for meetings when an SIS/industry is in operation only if we display this facility - otherwise bets will be settled at the industry SP).

52.3 When there is no SIS/industry SP in operation bets placed not at an early or show price will be settled at pari-mutuel returns.

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53. Maximum Win Limits

Without prior negotiation, the maximum payout by IASbet to any one individual or entity (or group deemed by IASbet to be acting on behalf of any one individual or entity) on any one race, shall be limited to:

53.1 Australian Horse Racing (Gallops):

Win and Place
Metropolitan Venues = $300,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $150,000
Quinella
Metropolitan Venues = $200,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $50,000
Exacta
Metropolitan Venues = $100,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $30,000
Trifecta
Metropolitan Venues = $200,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $50,000
First Four
Metropolitan Venues = $200,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $50,000
Daily Double (New Limits)
Metropolitan Venues = $20,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $5,000
Running Double (New Limits)
Metropolitan Venues = $20,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $5,000
Treble
Metropolitan Venues = $100,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $20,000
Quaddie
Metropolitan Venues = $300,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $100,000
Super 6
Metropolitan Venues = $300,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $100,000
Lucky Loser
Single Bet = $3,000
Total maximum Per Venue/Per Day = $30,000
Place Card = $30,000
MultiBets = $500,000
Betting Without
Metropolitan Venues = $50,000
Non-metropolitan venues= $25,000
Insure 2
Metropolitan Venues = $50,000
Non-metropolitan venues= $25,000
Insure 3
Metropolitan Venues = $50,000
Non-metropolitan venues= $25,000
Odds/Evens
Metropolitan Venues = $50,000
Non-metropolitan venues= $25,000
Head to Head
Metropolitan Venues = $20,000
Non-metropolitan venues= $10,000
Jockey Challenge
Metropolitan Venues = $30,000
Non-metropolitan venues= $15,000
Running Doubles
Metropolitan Venues = $100,000
Non-metropolitan Venues = $30,000

A Metropolitan Venue is defined as Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth

53.2 Australian Harness Racing:

Win and Place = $100,000
Quinella = $20,000
Exacta = $10,000
Trifecta = $20,000
First Four = $10,000
Treble = $5000
Daily Double = $5000
Running Double = $5000
Quaddie = $20,000
MultiBets = $20,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000
Super 6 = $30,000
Running Doubles = $5000

53.3 Australian Greyhound Racing:

Win and Place = $100,000
Quinella = $10,000
Exacta = $5,000
Trifecta = $10,000
First Four = $10,000
Treble = $5000
Daily Double = $5000
Running Double = $5000
Quaddie = $20,000
MultiBets = $10,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000
Super 6 = $30,000
Running Doubles = $5,000

53.4 New Zealand Horse Racing (Gallops):

Win and Place = $100,000
Quinella = $50,000
Exacta = $20,000
Trifecta = $50,000
Quaddies = $20,000
Trebles = $20,000
Daily Doubles = $20,000
Running Doubles = $20,000
MultiBets = $50,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

53.5 Hong Kong Horse Racing (Gallops):

Win and Place = $100,000
Quinella = $10,000
Exacta = $5,000
Trifecta = $10,000
MultiBets = $20,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

53.6 Singapore Horse Racing (Gallops):

Win and Place = $100,000
Quinella = $10,000
Exacta = $5,000
Trifecta = $10,000
MultiBets = $20,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

53.7 UK and Irish Horse Racing (Gallops):

Win and Place = $50,000
Quinella = $10,000
Exacta = $5,000
Trifecta = $10,000
MultiBets = $20,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

53.8 All Other Overseas Horse Racing (Gallops):

Win and Place = $30,000
Quinella = $5,000
Exacta = $2,000
Trifecta = $5,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

53.9 New Zealand Harness and Greyound Racing:

Win and Place = $30,000
Quinella = $5,000
Exacta = $2,000
Trifecta = $5,000
Quaddies = $5,000
Trebles = $2,000
Daily Doubles = $2,000
Running Doubles = $2,000
MultiBets = $5,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

53.10 All Other Overseas Harness and Greyound Racing:

Win and Place = $10,000
Quinella = $2,000
Exacta = $1,000
Trifecta = $2,000
MultiBets = $5,000
Betting Without = $20,000
Insure 2 = $10,000
Insure 3 = $10,000
Odds/Evens = $10,000
Head to Head = $10,000

 

53.11 Maximum Total Payouts

Notwithstanding any of the above maximum win limits, IASbet reserves the right to limit the total payout to any individual member(s) on any bet type on any single event. If the total IASbet payout on any bet type exceeds the largest relevant tote pool, IASbet reserves the right to limit the total payout to members to the amount of the largest tote pool on that particular bet type.

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54. Mystery Bets

Mystery bets are offered on all Gallops, Harness and Greyhound events

The 'Include Favourite' option is only available on Exotic bet types, where a fixed odds market is offered. The favourite is determined as the fixed odds favourite at the time the bet is struck (not the official SP favourite). In the event where joint favourites exist, the highest saddlecloth number (1. being the highest) will be selected.

Kindly note standard exotic rules will apply once the bet is struck. Payout limits apply to all Mystery Bets – refer Rule 53.1 of Horse Racing Betting Rules.

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55. American Racing - Tote Pools

55.1 IASbet.com can only accept bet types that are made available by the relevant tracks and for which a betting tote pool is available to wager on.
55.2 IASbet.com will refund all wagers on American Racing that are declared a “no-contest” by the US host track.
55.3 Win pools, exacta pools, and first leg of double pools will not be offered in contests in which the number of betting interests has been reduced to less than two.
55.4 Place pools, quinella pools, trifecta pools, will not be offered in contests in which the number of betting interests has been reduced to fewer than three.
55.5 Show pools and superfecta pools will not be offered in contests in which the number of betting interests has been reduced to less than four.
55.6 All bets placed online on US racing will be settled on number rather than name; names are displayed for information purposes only.
55.7 Dividend: A dividend is declared at the track for the winner, the second and third placed horses. All dividends are displayed and declared as single dividends.
55.8 Place and Each Way terms: Win bets are settled to the win pool. Each way bets with eight or more runners are settled to win and show pool. In races with five to seven runners the place part of an each way bet is settled to the place pool.
55.9 Exacta: This bet requires you to select the first and second horses in a race, in their exact order of finish. The selections can also be boxed, allowing for the first and second horses to finish in any order.
55.10 Trifecta (can also be called Triacta): You must select the first, second, and third finishers in a race in their exact order. The selections can also be boxed, allowing for the first, second and third horses to finish in any order.
55.11 Coupled horses: When a horse is coupled it is so for all bets, not just win bets. If you bet on a horse that is coupled with one or more horses, your bet includes all horses under the said number (e.g. 1, 1a, 1b). If one of the entries is a non-runner your bet will stand on the remaining coupled selection.

 

 

Sports Betting Definitions

1. Dead Heat Rule

1.1 In the event of a tie/draw/dead heat where no 'draw' option was offered by IASbet on such outcome, wagers will be paid at face value of the ticket (total payout figure including the initial stake) divided by the number of competitors drawing for that placing.

1.2 In the event for which Each Way betting is available, place ties will be paid such that the Place portion of the face value of the ticket is multiplied by the remaining number of places available and divided by the number of competitors tying for those available number of placings.

1.3 In the event of a tie/dead heat where 'draw' odds were offered by IASbet , then all Win and/or Place wagers are unsuccessful and the Draw option is the successful wager. Where the draw option is offered, the bet is decided on the result at the end of normal time for all sports unless stated otherwise.

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2. Quick Multis

2.1 In the event of a player withdrawing or a match being incomplete, deductions may apply to the Quick Multi bet type for tennis. Deductions will be calculated on the price of the voided leg(s) at the jump time of that event

5. MultiBet

5.1 A MultiBet, also known as a Multiple Bet, Parlay, or All Up is where a Member can select more than one event or competitors in sporting and racing events. For a combination sport/racing MultiBet, the MultiBet must have a minimum of one sporting event included. Each of the odds are multiplied to increase the total dividend. For example, if the first selection was a Rugby team at $3.30 into an NRL team at $5, a golfer in the Masters to win at $6.30 and a horse to win the Melbourne Cup at $4.40, the total dividend would be $457.38 ($3.30 x $5.00 x $6.30 x $4.40) A wager of $20 placed on this four leg MultiBet would return $9147.60 including the initial stake.

5.2 Should one runner be scratched or per the individual sporting event rules referring to cancellation or postponement, MultiBets may be recalculated excluding that event or leg and the wager on the remaining selection and the initial stake will stand.

5.3 Multiple bets are not accepted where the outcome of one part of the bet contributes to the outcome of another ('Related Multibet'). If such bets are inadvertently accepted, IASbet reserves the right to declare the whole MultiBet void and funds will be refunded to the Members Betting Account.

5.4 An example of a Related MultiBet is Newcastle at $3.00 to make the Top 4 into Newcastle to Win the Competition at $26.0, with the final dividend $78.00.

5.5 Maximum payout for a Sport or Sport/Racing Combination MultiBet is AUD$500,000.

5.6 Should a Member place a subsequent MultiBet that reflects the initial MultiBet and will result in the Member exceeding the $500,000 payout maximum, the additional MultiBets will be void and wagers refunded.

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6. All-In Betting

6.1 'All-In' means that regardless whether or not a particular competitor or team or member of a team starts or completes the event on which a bet is placed, all bets stand and no refunds will be payable.

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Athletics

7. All athletics events are subject to refunds and deductions as per Rule 17.1 regardless at which stage of the event the wager was struck (post or pre final field). Deductions will be applied at the price the withdrawn athlete was at the time the bet was placed. (Please see Rule 17.1 table here) All bets on non-runners will be voided and stakes refunded.

8. In the event of a disqualification, the medals/podium ceremony will count as the final result and determine settlement of bets. In the absence of a medals ceremony bets will be settled on a first past the post basis.

9. If an event is postponed and rescheduled to occur within 24 hours of the original start time, all bets will stand. If it is rescheduled for more than 24 hours later, all single bets are void and wagers refunded while affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

10. The final medals table will be used to settle bets on how many medals a country may win. Any subsequent changes to the medals table will not be taken into consideration.

11. For the Olympic Games all events will be settled on the official IOC results.

12. For all other athletics all events will be settled on the official IAAF results

13. Match and group betting: Bets will be settled on the highest finisher in the final of the relevant event and is decided on official Olympic/IAAF results. If none of the nominated athletes make the final the winner will be deemed to be the athlete who progressed furthest by round and if still undecided then by time achieved in the round in which both were eliminated. All bets are void if any athlete in a match/group bet fails to compete.

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Australian Rules Football AFL

14. Payouts will be based on the official declared result. Regular season Home and Away matches are settled at 'Normal Time' with no extra time played. In the event of a 'draw' where no draw option is offered IASbet will apply the 'dead heat rule' and all wages will be paid at half face value of the ticket. In the instance of the AFL Grand Final, where no overtime is played, all Head to Head betting is settled in accordance with the 'dead heat rule'. NAB Cup, AFL Finals and any other Competition which includes extra time will be paid on the completion of extra time.

15. Where the draw option is offered, the bet is decided on the result at the end of normal time (i.e. extra time – an extension of normal time is not included). For Margin betting, the Draw option is always offered, although in other betting options where the draw option is not offered, The Dead Heat Rule applies. In Quarter by Quarter markets for the purposes of betting the 'Draw at the end of any Quarter' market is one competitor only. Tribet is settled as any team under 15.5 in the case of a draw when no extra time is played

16. Where a match is abandoned or postponed, and played within 7 days of the original scheduled date, all bets stand. Once the 7 days have expired, all single bets are void and wagers will be refunded while affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

17. For match winners and goal kicking options, statistics used by the AFL website (www.afl.com.au) will be the statistics used for payout purposes. For 1st Goal Scorer (Game/1st Quarter only), if the selected player is not in the starting 21 all wages on that selection will be refunded. All wages for 1st Goal Scorer on any other quarter stand, regardless of the nominated player being selected as the Substitute for their respective team. Bets refunded if no goal scored within the nominated qrt. For bets on first goalscorer of the match, goal doesn't need to be scored in 1st quarter.

17.1 Premiership/Minor Premiership/Make Grand Final : All In Betting. Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be Deemed A Starter for resulting purposes. Any loss of Premierships after the completion of the Grand Final will be deemed null and void and all bets will stand.'

17.2 Top4/Top8 :For Betting purposes Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be Deemed A Starter for resulting purpose i.e. All In Any decision made by the AFL regarding penalties is final.

17.3 Wooden Spoon is paid on the team which has the least wins for the season. A draw is considered as half a win. In the event of more than one team having the same number of wins the position will be determined by the worst ‘For and Against’. Points deducted because of breaches of rules and regulations are excluded for resulting purposes. All In. Win Only

17.4 Miss 4/Miss 8 : For betting purposes Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be 'Deemed A Starter'. If at the time a breach is announced, the loss of points means only one eventually can occur (ie Miss the 8 must occur) then all bets on that competitor are void and monies refunded. All decisions made by the AFL regarding penalties are final.

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

19. For Brownlow and Coleman Medal markets, Win and Place will be paid on first, second and third. All-In betting only. In the event of a tie between two or more players, then Dead Heat Rule applies. Coleman Medal is Awarded to the player who kicks the most goals in the 2011 AFL regular season.

20. We reserve the right to suspend any or all betting on a game at any time without notice.

Time of first goal - Pay on the time of First goal. As per official AFL website. Time of goal is resulted on the running clock, time on is included.

21. Most Disposals (Group) Most SuperCoach Points (Group) and Most Goals – Bets refunded if player not in the starting 22. If player named as sub then bets still stand.

Any player Head to Heads i.e. Most Disposal/Most Goals/Most SuperCoach Points – All bets void if one or both of the players are not in the starting 22 or named as a sub.

Any Over/Under player markets - All bets void if the player is not in the starting 22 or named as a sub.

SuperCoach markets - Results as per "Herald Sun SuperCoach Points".

Club Best and Fairests - Payout on the Official Club Best and Fairest. Betting will close at conclusion of round 14.

Total Points for round – Over or Under Total Points for all games : If any match is abandoned or postponed by 7 days, then a reduction may be applied.

Home/Away - Pick the Total and Winning Margin of Home Teams v Away Teams : If any match is abandoned or postponed by 7 days, then a reduction may be applied.

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Baseball

22. Should a game not start on the day of the officially listed start time, as stated by MLB.com, due to rain delay or similar events then all bets are void. The day of the event will be considered the day according to the US time zone in which the game was to be played.

23. Unless otherwise stated, listed pitchers must play for bets to stand. Multi bets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg if a pitcher other than that listed plays.

24. Head to Head betting: Winners and losers for betting are official after five innings of play (or 4 1/2 innings if the home team is leading). If a game is called, the winner is determined by the score after the last full inning (unless the home team score to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is suspended) If the game is suspended and continued to a conclusion within a 24 hour period of the official suspend time, the game will then be settled according to this result and all markets will be deemed to have action

25. Total and Runline (Line) Betting: When betting on total runs (over/under) or runlines (lines) the game must go to 9 innings (8 1/2 if the home team is ahead) to have 'action' (unless the total is already over then all bets stand). Should a suspended game not be resumed within 24 hours of the official suspend time all bets on the total and runline (line) markets will be deemed to be void

26. Odd/Even total match runs: This is based on the result of both teams score inclusive of extra innings if played. Home and away scores are added together and the result of the total being odd or even is used for settlement purposes.

27. Innings total runs: The total number of runs scored by both teams in the respective inning determines the result for settlement purposes

28. First Half Match/Total betting:

28.1 All bets on baseball first halves (five innings) will be decided on the basis of the score at the end of five full innings.

28.2 If a game does not go five full innings, all first half wagers (five innings) will be voided.

28.3 Once five full innings have been completed, all wagers on the first half (five innings) will stand.

28.4 All first half bets (five innings) must list both pitchers. If either listed pitcher does not start, wagers on the first half (five innings) will be voided.

29. Outright/Futures betting: All Outright/futures markets include playoffs where applicable.

29.1 Regular season Specials: A team must play at least 160 games for regular season wins bets to stand. In all other instances bets will be void. Where a specified player is listed under a market pertaining to a certain team/league, he will be deemed a player in that team/league for the purpose of resulting regardless of any inter-league/team trades which may occur.

30. Anytime Home Run. A player will be considered a runner, and bets will stand, should he have an at-bat during any point in the game. Inside the park home runs count for settlement purposes. Should a game be shortened due to weather conditions etc. bets will stand once a player has had an at-bat.

31. Weekend series betting: All games scheduled between both teams must take place that weekend. In the event of a postponed or rained off game then all bets are void. This is not dependent on listed pitcher. Extra innings apply in all circumstances.

32. Exhibition/pre-season baseball: Winners and losers for betting are official after five innings of play (or four and a half innings if the home team is leading). If a game is 'called' or suspended, the winner is determined by the score after the last full inning (unless the home team score to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is suspended). Stakes will be refunded if the home team ties the game and it is then suspended. The team batting last, are listed as the home team for betting purposes irrespective of the games played at neutral venues. For live betting purposes all bets are void should the game end in a tie.

33. World Baseball Classic. "Home" team as listed will not necessarily bat last. A "mercy rule" applies to this event--games will end early should a team be leading by ten or more runs after the opposing team has batted in at least the seventh inning. Should a team be leading by 15 or more runs after the opposing team has batted in at least the fifth innings .In the event of either of the above circumstances arising all bets on the event (inclusive of Live Betting will stand. For the purposes of pool betting, in the event of a tie the team considered the higher seed in the next round (as detailed by the World Baseball Classic), will be consider the winner for the market in question.

34. NCAA College World Series, Japanese Baseball and Australian Baseball. All bets stand regardless of venue and pitcher. The team listed second for display purposes does not necessarily bat last. All other usual baseball rules apply.

35. Live Betting. All bets are inclusive of extra innings if played. All above rules apply for Live Betting purposes. All games must start on the scheduled date for bets to have action. When scores are displayed during Live Betting, every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the score and game situation. However, no liability is accepted for incorrect information displayed. Games must go nine full innings (eight and a half innings if the home team is ahead) to stand. Should a game be shortened due to weather etc., only markets which have been predetermined will stand (e.g. inning total runs, game total runs over indicated value) irrespective of whether or not an official MLB result is confirmed.

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US Basketball

36.1. For settlement purposes the team listed second in the event name is considered the Home Team, even if the game takes place at a neutral venue. Example, “Team A v Team B” or “Team A @ Team B”, Team B is the Home Team.
36.2. Should a game be called with more than 5 minutes to play all bets will be void unless specific markets results have already been predetermine.
36.3. All games must take place on the same day (local time) for bets to stan.
36.4. The Push Rule applies for all markets where a draw/tie price is not offered. The stake on a single bet is returned and the selection is treated as a non-runner in any multiple bets.
36.5. Overtime counts for all markets unless otherwise stated.
36.6. All outright markets include playoffs and any official governing organisation tie-breaks where applicable.
36.7. Official results will be from a combination of the following sites – www.espn.com, www.nba.com, www.donbest.com
Overview of Specific Markes
36.8. Quarter Markets: Resulted on score for relevant quarter, overtime does not count
36.9. Second Half Markets: Resulted on score for second half inclusive of overtime
36.10. Margin Markets: Resulted on final score inclusive of overtime
36.11. Double Result (Halftime/Fulltime): Resulted on score at half time and full time, inclusive of overtime
36.12. Race Markets: Resulted on the team to achieve the specified total first. A “neither” selection is offered.
36.13. Highest Scoring Half: The second half will be inclusive of overtime for settlement purposes.
36.14. Tri-Bet Markets: Resulted on final score inclusive of overtime.
36.15. Player Performance Markets: All bets stand once a player takes the court, irrespective of game time played and final totals will be inclusive of overtime. Should a player not take any part, all bets will be void. For series related props the same rules apply.
36.16. Series Markets: A series must come to a natural conclusion for bets to stand.
36.17. Regular Season Wins: A team must complete 75 games for bets to stand.
36.18. Team Match Bets: Resulted on team with the most season wins or advancing furthest. The push rule applies in the event of a tie.

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European Basketball

37.1. These Rules apply to FIBA tournaments, European, Australian, Central American, South American and Asian Basketball Leagues.
37.2. Overtime counts for all markets unless otherwise stated.
37.3. Should a match be abandoned all markets will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.
37.4. In case of a match being postponed it will be voided unless it takes place within 36 hours of the initial scheduled starting time.
Overview of Specific Markes
37.5. Normal Time Markets: Overtime does not count.
37.6.Quarter Markets: Overtime does not count. Results are based on the total score for that relevant quarter. The entire quarter must be played for bets to have action.
37.7.Half Markets: Results are based on the total score for the each half only, excluding any overtime. The entire half must be played for bets to have action.
37.8.Points Race Markets: Overtime does not count for these markets.
37.9.Highest Scoring Markets: Should two or more quarters / halves result with the same high score, Dead Heat rules will be applied.
37.10.In the event that a match does not finish in a tie, but overtime is played for qualification purposes, the markets will be settled according to the result at the end of regular time.
37.11.Will There Be Overtime?: Market will be settled as YES if at the end of regular time the match finishes in a draw, regardless of whether or not overtime is played.

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BOXING

51. Results will be based on the official result at ringside. Results are not official for betting purposes until verified by officials at the fighting venue. If for some reason this cannot be clarified, then and only then will reference will be made to www.boxrec.com for settlement purposes. Should an official or unofficial sanctioning body overturn a fight decision based on an appeal, suspension, lawsuit, drug testing result, or any other fighter sanction will not be recognized for betting purposes.

51.1Should a contest be postponed, bets will stand for 48 hours. Once the 48 hrs have expired, all single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

51.2 In the event of a 'no contest' being declared all bets will be made void, with the exception of selections where the outcome has already been determined.

51.3 Should there be a substitution for one of the boxers, bets on the original contest will be void.

51.4 Should there be a change in the advertised contest, e.g. a contest changes from a title fight to a non-title fight, bets will stand.

Round Betting

51.5 Where a boxer fails to answer the bell for the next round, his opponent shall be deemed to have won the contest in the previous round.

51.6 Should for any reason the scheduled number of rounds be changed before the commencement of the contest, all round by round bets will be void.

51.7 Where a contest finishes before the completion of the schedule number of rounds and the winner is decided by the judges' scorecards (technical decision/technical draw) then all round bets will be deemed losers.

51.8 If the contest goes to the scorecards then all round bets will be deemed losers.

51.9 Where a contest finishes before the scheduled number of rounds due to an accidental injury and the winner is not determined by the judges scorecards, all  bets will be void, unless the result has already been determined.

51.10 For Total Rounds settlement purposes where half a round is stated then 1 minute 30 seconds of the respective round will define the 'half' to determine under or over. If the number of rounds for a fight is changed after this market has been set then all bets will be void.

51.11 For Will the Fight Go the Distance market, should the scheduled number of rounds change, this market will be made void. In the result of a technical decision, the fight will have been deemed NOT to have gone the distance (the scheduled number of rounds).

Method of Victory

51.12 Market will be settled according to the official result as declared at ringside with the exception of a Technical Draw. Should this be announced given an accidental injury within the first four rounds forcing an early stoppage the market will be settled as void.

51.13 If a contest ends in a draw all bets on this market will be deemed losers. This line can be removed as we offer the draw in this market.

51.14 Knockout (KO) is when the boxer does not stand up after a ten count. Technical knockout (TKO) is the three knockdown rule or if the referee steps in when it is decided that a fighter cannot safely continue to fight. If a fighter fails to answer a bell for the next round then this will also be deemed a TKO. For betting purpose, KO/TKO option also includes disqualification (DSQ) and retirement (RTD).

Technical Decision/Draw

51.15 If a fight is scheduled for more than four rounds and an accidental foul occurs causing an injury severe enough for the referee to stop the fight after four rounds have occurred the fight will result in a technical decision or TD awarded to the boxer who is ahead on the score cards at the time the fight is stopped.

51.16 If the injury occurs from an accidental injury within the first 4 rounds all bets will be made void UNLESS the result has already been determined, or if the judges scorecards are used to determine a winner.

51.17 If an intentional foul causes an injury and the injury results in the fight being stopped in a later round, the injured boxer will win by technical decision if he is ahead on the score cards.

51.18 For betting purposes betting on rounds or group of rounds is for a fighter to win by KO, TKO or disqualification during that round or group of rounds. In the event of a technical decision before the end of the fight all bets will be settled as a win by decision. Round bets will be deemed losers.

51.19 If an intentional foul causes an injury and the injury results in the fight being stopped in a later round, the fight will result in a 'technical draw' if the injured boxer is behind or even on the score cards. This will result in a draw being deemed the winner for betting purposes.

To score a knockdown

51.20 For settlement purposes a knockdown is defined as a fighter being KO'd or receiving a mandatory eight count (anything deemed a slip by the referee will not count).

Prize Fighter

51.21 Match bets will be settled on the result announced in the ring. If any result is announced incorrectly at ringside but subsequently corrected then bets will be settled on the correct winner.

51.22 Outright bets will be settled on the winning boxer who lifts the trophy. If a substitute is introduced during the tournament all outright bets will stand and an outright price will be quoted for the new boxer. All outright bets on boxers who withdraw during the tournament due to injury or cuts (having fought on the card) will be deemed losing bets.

51.23 Outright bets will be void on any named boxer who does not start the tournament. This rule does not apply to the reserve fighters.

51.24 Either reserve (on the night) will be listed for all Prize Fighter tournaments. This is priced on a compete or not basis and all bets on this selection will stand whether or not a reserve fighter competes.

51.25 A rule 4 deduction will be applied to all outright bets where a named fighter is withdrawn before the start of the tournament (and an additional contender added).

51.26 In the event of a draw when the draw option is not offered, the Dead Heat Rule will apply.

 

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UFC/MMA

52.1 Prices are offered for each fighter to win the fight and in the event of a draw all bets will be void and stakes returned, this includes a fight which ends in a 'majority draw'. Bets will be settled on the official result announced in the ring. Subsequent appeals/amendments do not affect settlement (unless the amendment was made due to human error when announcing the result.)
51.2 In the event of a 'no contest' being declared all bets will be made void.
52.3 Should a contest be postponed, bets will stand for 48 hours, inclusive of the original date for the contest.
52.4 Method of Victory/How fight will End: For the purposes of this market a KO includes the following:

  1. Referee stoppage while fighter is standing
  2. Referee stoppage while fighter is on the canvas
  3. Stoppage by doctor
  4. Stoppage by corner
  5. Fighter retires due to injury

52.5 Submission: For the purposes of this market a submission includes the following:

  1. Referee stoppage due to tap out
  2. Referee stoppage due to technical submission
  3. Fighter verbal submission (includes verbal submission due to strikes)

52.6 In the event of a draw, disqualification or no contest the market will be void.
52.7 Round Betting/What Round Will Fight End:

  1. If a fighter withdraws in the period between rounds the fight is deemed to have ended in the previous round for the purpose of “Round Betting” settlement
  2. Should the scheduled number of rounds be changed before the fight all “Round Betting“ bets will be made void
  3. Bets are deemed losers in both markets if the fight ends in a decision

52.8 Total Rounds:For the purposes of settlement where a half round is stated then 2 minutes 30 seconds of the respective round will define the 'half' to determine under or over.
52.9 KO of the Night/Fight of the Night/Submission of the Night: Dead Heat rules will apply if two or more of the named fighters are awarded KO of the Night / Submission of the Night or if two or more of the named fights are awarded Fight of the Night.
52.10 Quickest Fight of the Night: This market is settled on the official times from www.ufc.com and the winner is settled as whichever fight finishes in the least amount of time. Dead Heat rules apply if two fights finish after the same amount of time.

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Cricket

63.1 General Rule
If a match is curtailed through external factors and there is no further play any bets placed on any-in play market once play has been curtailed will be void. Any bets placed prior to this will be settled in accordance to our normal rules.

63.2 General Settlement
All tournament and match markets will be settled on the official tournament results/match scorecards listed on ICC website. If there is no result available, then the website www.cricinfo.com will be used for settlement purposes.
A batsman that retires from an innings will not be considered as a wicket for settlement purposes

The term “innings reaching it’s natural conclusion” refers to an innings which has not be closed by external factors such as rain or bad light. A team being bowled out or declaring is considered to be reaching it’s natural conclusion

63.3 Limited Overs Matches
Match bets will be settled according to the winner determined by official competition rules (including the case where matches are shortened due to adverse weather conditions or decided a bowl off), unless the winner is determined by the toss of a coin or the drawing of lots, in which case all match bets will be void.
If the match is tied and the official competition rules do not determine a winner, dead heat rules will apply to bets on the outright result unless the outcome is settled by a bowl off or super over, in which case the result of the bowl off or super over will stand for match betting. If the competition rules determine the winner by a toss of a coin or drawing of lots, then bets will be void.
If a match is cancelled before any play has taken place, then all bets will be void, unless the match is replayed within 36 hours of its advertised start time, in this case the bets will stand.

63.4 Test Matches & County Championship Matches
If a match is abandoned due to weather before a ball has been bowled then all bets will be void.
If a match is abandoned for any reason other than weather then bets on the outright result will be void.
If a match where we didn’t offer a price for the draw ends in a draw then bets on the match result will be void.
If a match ends in a tie, the draw would be deemed a loser and dead heat rules will apply to bets on the other selections for the outright result.
If either side forfeits their first innings then all bets specifically relating to the first innings will be void.

63.5 Sheffield Shield Matches
If a match where we did not offer a price for the draw ends in a draw then bets will be settled on the team that has the most points awarded to them in the match. Should the number of points awarded to each team be equal, bets will be void

63.6 Series Betting
When the full number of scheduled matches is not played then we reserve the right to void any speciality markets relating to the series as a whole.
If a series where we didn't offer a price for the draw ends in a draw then bets on the series result will be void.

64 Team Total Runs
In matches where we offer betting on the Team Total Runs for both teams then all bets placed on the second innings runs will stand regardless of the score achieved by the side batting first, provided neither teams innings is reduced by more than 10% of the entire innings allocation, including any overs already bowled, when the bet was struck.

If a team's innings in a test match or county championship match lasts less than sixty overs due to external factors then bets on this market will be void. This does not apply if the innings has reached its natural conclusion (e.g. due to a bowl out or declaration).

For limited overs matches, this market will be settled on the final score achieved by the batting side including any extras or penalty runs awarded during the innings. Should there be a reduction in the scheduled overs then settlement will still apply provided the reduction is no more than 10% of the entire innings allocation at the time the bet was struck, including any overs the team has already faced. Should the reduction be greater than 10% then all bets shall be void regardless of the final total made by the team. If a team is due to face less than 10 overs, then all bets will be void should there be any reduction in overs whatsoever.

In matches where we offer betting on the Team Total Runs for both teams then all bets placed on the second innings runs will stand regardless of the score achieved by the side batting first, provided neither teams innings is reduced by more than 10% of the entire innings allocation, including any overs already bowled, when the bet was struck.

65.1 Top Team Batsman / Runscorer (Series)
All in play or not.
If players score the same number of runs then dead heat rules will apply.

65.2 Top Team Batsman / Runscorer (Match)
In a 2-innings match (test match or county championship), this market applies to the first innings only, unless otherwise stated.
Depending on the type of match the following minimum overs must be bowled in that teams innings for bets to stand:
Test Matches – 50 overs
County Championship – 50 overs
50 over match – 25 overs
40 over match – 20 overs
20 over match – 15 overs
In all cases bets will stand if the innings reaches its natural conclusion in less than the above requirement. Bets placed on any player not named in the starting eleven are void.
Players named in the starting eleven that do not bat are deemed to have taken part and bets on any such players are losers.
If players score the same number of runs then dead heat rules will apply.

65.3 Batsman Match Bets / Trios / Threesomes
Unless otherwise stated these markets will be settled on the number of runs scored in the first innings of a match only.
If any of the players named in the market do not reach the crease then the market will be void.
Dead Heat rules will apply if two or more of the named batsmen score the same.

65.4 Top Team Bowler / Wicket Taker (Series)
All in play or not.
In the event of players taking the same number of wickets, the winner will be determined as the bowler that has conceded the least number of runs, irrespective of overs bowled by each player.
If it is still not possible to determine a winner then dead heat rules will apply.

65.5 Top Team Bowler / Wicket Taker (Match)
In a 2-innings match (test match or county championship), this market applies to the first innings only, unless otherwise stated
Depending on the type of match the following minimum overs must be bowled in that teams innings for bets to stand:
Test Matches – 50 overs
County Championship – 50 overs
50 over match – 25 overs
40 over match – 20 overs
20 over match – 15 overs
In all cases bets will stand if the innings reaches its natural conclusion in less than the above requirement. Bets placed on any player not named in the starting eleven are void.
Players named in the starting eleven that do not bowl are deemed to have taken part and bets on any such players are losers.
In the event of players taking the same number of wickets, the winner will be determined as the bowler that has conceded the least number of runs, irrespective of overs bowled by each player.
If it is still not possible to determine a winner then dead heat rules will apply.

65.6 Bowler Match Bets / Trios / Threesomes
Unless otherwise stated these markets will be settled on the number of wickets taken in the first innings of a match only.
In the event of players taking the same number of wickets where there was no draw price offered, the winner will be determined as the bowler that has conceded the least number of runs, irrespective of overs bowled by each player. If it is still not possible to determine a winner then dead heat rules will apply.

65.7 Player Runs/ Player Alternate Runs/ Player Fours/ Player Sixes
This market will stand providing the batsman reaches the crease. Should an innings be shortened due to bad weather or a declaration, or if the player retires hurt, or if the player remains not out, his score at the conclusion of the innings shall determine settlement of bets.
In a 2-innings match, bets apply to the current innings only.
Batsman 'to score a 50' and 'to score 100' also only apply to the current innings only for betting in running.

66.1 Number of Runs Per Session
The result of this market is determined by the total number of runs scored in the course of the session regardless of which team(s) has scored the runs.
For example if there is a change of innings during the session then it is the combined number of runs scored during the session that is the result.
There are three sessions per day in Test Cricket. The first session is from the start of play in the morning until lunch is called. The second session is from lunch until tea is called. The third session is from tea until the close of play. If less than 20 overs are bowled in any particular session then bets on number of runs scored in that session will be void.
Extras (wides, no-balls, byes and leg byes) do count towards the number of runs scored.

66.2 Number of Wickets Per Session
Settled on the total number of wickets lost in the session regardless of which team loses them. If less than 20 overs are bowled in the session then all bets on the market shall be void. Players retiring out/hurt do not count as wickets.

66.3 Runs Per Specified Number of Overs (e.g. 1st 15 Overs)
The full number of specified overs must be played for bets to stand, unless the innings has reached its natural conclusion or further play cannot affect the result.
Any change in fielding restrictions due to a reduction in scheduled overs will not affect the settlement of this market.

66.4 Highest Score First 5/10/15 Overs
If either team’s innings in a limited overs match is reduced due to external factors then bets on this market will be void unless the result was already unequivocally determined before any reduction in overs was announced.
Bets will stand if the innings is shortened due to it reaching its natural conclusion. In a two-innings match this market only applies to the first innings. In the event of a tie, all bets will be settled as a dead heat.

66.5 Highest Opening Partnership
If either team’s innings is shortened subsequent to the commencement of play then all bets on this market will be void.
In a two-innings match this market only applies to the first innings. In the event of a tie then the tie selection is the winner and all other bets are losers. If we do not offer a tie selection then all bets will be settled as a dead heat. In the event of a batsman retiring hurt, this market will be settled at the score when the first wicket fall.

66.6 Next Man Out
Should no further wickets be taken in the innings then bets on this market will be void.
If either of the batsmen retires hurt then bets on this market will be void and a new market will be made.

66.7 First Method of Dismissal / Next Wicket Caught?
Should no further wickets be taken in the innings then bets on this market will be void.
In the event of a batsman retiring hurt then bets will be deemed void and a new market will be created.

66.8 Team to hit the most sixes
If either team’s innings in a limited overs match is reduced by more than 20% of the original allocation of overs then all bets on this market shall be void regardless of how many sixes are hit prior to or after any announced reduction in overs.
Bets will stand if either innings is shortened due to it reaching its natural conclusion.
Super Over/Any additional overs above the alloted amount
In a limited overs competition which employs a super over (or other such initiative) to determine the winner of a match in the event of a tie, runs scored in the Super over are not included in the settlement of any runscorer or wicket taker markets (eg. Batsmen Total Runs, Team Total Runs, Top Team Runscorer, Batsmen match bets, Top Team Bowler).
In addition to this, any sixes hit in a Super Over will not be included in the settlement of “Team to score most sixes” and “Total number of sixes” markets.

66.9 Next Over: Over/Under Runs
Each index of this market will be settled on the total number of runs achieved in the over, including any extras awarded.
In the event of an over not being completed, all bets on that particular index shall be void. This does not apply if the innings reaches it's natural conclusion e.g. declaration, team all out, etc.
Four in x Over
This is for a boundary four to be hit in the named over. The runs must come off the bat. For the avoidance of doubt players running four and boundaries which are counted as extras do not count for this market.

66.10 Over/Under Total Match Sixes/Fours
If either team’s innings in a limited overs match is reduced by more than 20% of the original allocation of overs then all bets on this market shall be void regardless of how many sixes/fours are hit prior to or after any announced reduction in overs. Bets will stand if either innings is shortened due to it reaching its natural conclusion.

66.11 First Over: Over/Under Total Runs
Bets will be settled on the total number of runs scored in the first over of the first innings of the match.
All bets shall be void if there is any reduction in the total number of overs of either side prior to the commencement of play or if the first over is not fully completed due to external factors.

66.12 First Ball of the Match
This market will be settled on the outcome of the first completed delivery, excluding any deliveries declared as dead ball.
Should there be any reduction in overs prior to the first delivery, then this market will be voided.

66.13 Team of Top Match Runscorer
For Test Matches and County Championship Matches, this market will be settled on the overall top score achieved in the first innings of either side.
Should either side face less than 50 overs in their first innings for any reason other than the innings reaching it's natural conclusion (declaration, team all out) then all bets on this market shall be void.
For limited overs matches, all bets shall be void should there be any reduction to either sides innings before or after the commencement of play.

66.14 Team leading after First innings
In the case of the team batting second facing less than 20 overs in their innings for any reason other than the innings reaching its natural conclusion then all bets on this market shall be made void.
In the event of a tie, dead heat rules will apply.

66.15 Fall of Team 1st Wicket
Should no wickets fall in the innings then this market will be settled on the score at the conclusion of the innings.

66.16 Total Match Runouts
If either team’s innings in a limited overs match is reduced by more than 20% of the original allocation of overs then all bets on this market shall be void.
Bets will stand if either innings is shortened due to it reaching its natural conclusion..

66.17 Max Runs / Over – 1st Innings
This market will be settled on the greatest number of runs scored (including any extras) in any one over of the first innings.
Bets will be deemed void should there be any reduction in overs prior to commencement of play.

66.18 Fall of Next Team Wicket
Should no more wickets fall in the innings then this market will be settled on the score at the conclsuion of the innings.
Should the innings be shortened due to any reason other than it reaching its natural conclusion then all unequivocally decided bet will be settled while all other shall be void.

66.19 Team Wicket Lost
In a limited overs match this market will be settled on the number of wickets lost by the team in their innings.
Should the innings be shortened due to any reason other than it reaching its natural conclusion then all unequivocally decided bets will be settled while all others shall be void.
In a test match this market refers to the total number of wickets lost by the team in its second innings only.

66.20 Max Runs / Over – 1st Innings
This market will be settled on the greatest number of runs scored (including any extras) in any one over of the first innings of the match. This is the innings of the team that bats first only.

66.21 Highest Score After First Over
Market will be void if there is any reduction in overs prior to the second over of the team batting second.

66.22 Team Total Match Sixes/Fours
This market shall be void should there be any reduction in overs of the innings of the team in question unless the market has been unequivocally decided prior to any reduction in overs being announced.

66.23 Century/50 In Match
Market void should there be any reduction in overs due to external factors unless the market has been unequivocally decided prior to any reduction in overs being announced.

66.24 Most Run Outs
This market will be settled provided neither side loses more than 20% of their initial allocation of overs due to external factors unless the market has been unequivocally decided prior to any reduction in overs being announced.

66.25 Bowler Match Wickets
This market will be settled for any bowler named in the starting eleven regardless of the number of overs he bowls provided the overs of the batting side are not reduced by any more than 10% of their initial allocation unless the market has been unequivocally decided prior to any reduction in overs being announced.

66.26 Innings Extras
This market shall be void should the innings in question be reduced by more than 10%.

66.27 50/100 First Innings?
This market shall be settled as Yes should any one player score a 50/100 in the course of the first innings. Should the innings be shortened due to external factors then the market shall be void.

66.28 Highest Series Single Innings Score
This market will be settled on which team scores the highest score in a single innings of the test series.
In the event of a tie the market will be dead heated.

66.29 Player Performance Markets
Points will be awarded to the player in the following mannner:
1 point per run scored with the bat
10 points per catch taken in the field
20 points per wicket taken with the ball
25 points per stumping carried out by the wicket keeper

A ball must be bowled in the third innings of the match for bets to stand
For limited overs matches, all bets shall be void should there be any reduction to either sides innings before or after the commencement of play.

66.30 1st Innings Margin
This market will be settled on the difference in the team total runs scored in the 1st Innings of the test match.
If a team's innings in a test match or county championship match lasts less than sixty overs due to external factors then bets on this market will be void. This does not apply if these innings have reached their natural conclusion (e.g. due to a bowl out or declaration).

66.31 First Man Out
Should the opening batsman for the specified team differ from the selections offered in the market, bets will be made void.
Should no wicket fall in the innings, bet will be made void

66.32 1st/2nd Innings Bowled Out
Market will be settled as yes if the team in question lose all their wickets inside the allotted overs. Market will be settled as no if they are not out at the conclusion of the innings. If there is any reduction in overs, except for the innings reaching its natural conclusion, then all bets on the market shall be void.

 

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Elections

100. All-In betting applies. Coalition refers to the Liberal Party and National Party. IASbet pays on the party that is sworn in. Wagers are settled at the time of swearing in.

All betting within a given election is singles only. Accumulative bets accepted in error will be settled as singles with the stake apportioned.

A single selection taken from our range of political bets may be combined in accumulative bets with selections taken from non-political events. Doubles combining the UK and American elections are accepted.

Bets on who will win the UK General Election will be based on the party that wins the most seats. The speaker, if seeking re-election, will not count.

Where other specialty bets are advertised, rules will be displayed on website

Entertainment

101. Entertainment is IASbet description for wagers on, normally, non-sporting events such as current affairs, including but not limited to Beauty Pageants, Reality Television programs and Poker Tournaments.

102. Wagers on these 'Special' markets are available as single wagers only, unless otherwise stated on the site.

103. Specific rules and conditions relating to each individual 'Specials' market will be displayed on site as these markets become available.

104. The maximum payout on any wager which includes a selection, or selections, from a 'Specials' market is at the Bookmakers discretion, unless otherwise stated for a particular event. This maximum applies to the payout to any one customer, in any one day.

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Golf

105. All markets will be settled on result as posted by official tour site on the day, at the completion of the event.

106. Any subsequent disqualification or amendment of result will be ignored for settlement purposes.

107. Abandoned / postponed/ shortened event

Should a tournament be shortened, or otherwise affected due to weather conditions the trophy presentation will govern settlement, including tournament groups, matches, place only, top 10 and all other 72-hole markets provided at least 36 holes of the event have been completed.

Should 36 holes not be completed then all bets on that event will be void except markets that have already been decided i.e. 'first round 3-balls'.

Should there be no further play after a bet is struck that bet will be void.

In the event of a postponed event all bets stand.

108. Outright betting

When more than one player shares the same lowest score in a tournament and there is no play-off, win and place bets are settled by the normal dead heat method outlined in the 'settlement of bets' section.

In the event of a play-off the result of the play-off will determine the winner of the tournament only. Even if three or more contestants take part such a play-off has the sole purpose of deciding the winner of the tournament and the relative finishing positions of unsuccessful contestants is not affected.

For each way bets dead heat rules apply. For example, if each-way terms quoted for a tournament are for the first 4 places, the 3 players tying for third place will be deemed to have dead-heated for third, fourth and fifth place with 1/3 stake lost and 2/3 stake settled at full place odds for each way bets on those players.

In a DEAD HEAT the stake money on a selection is divided by the number of runners involved in the dead heat. The full odds are then paid to the divided stake with the remainder of the stake money being lost.

If a revised tournament outright betting includes players who have completed their round and the tournament winner is presented with the trophy after the rest of the field have completed that round, bets placed on those players will be deemed void, provided another round is not fully completed.

Outright Bets placed are 'non-player no bet' and we reserve the right to deduct the equivalent (IASbet Racing Schedule of Deductions Rule 17.1 to reflect returning stakes on non-players.

Any players who withdraw after they have completed 3 holes or more are considered as players and are therefore losers, except in the following circumstances: For outright betting, bets placed on players after they have teed-off are void provided that the player takes no further part in the event after the bet is placed, e.g. bets placed after the second round and the player withdraws before the third round - such bets on the withdrawn player are void and we reserve the right to deduct the equivalent Tattersall’s Rule 4(c). Please note that Tattersall’s Rule 4(c) can be located in section 46.8

109. Tournament group betting & tournament match betting

In Tournament group betting the winner will be the player with the highest placing at the end of the tournament. Players missing the cut will be eliminated. If all listed players miss the cut the player with the lowest score at the cut will be deemed the winner.

In Tournament match betting the winner will be the player with the highest placing at the end of the tournament. If both players miss the cut, then the one with the lowest score will be deemed the winner. If a player withdraws or is disqualified after making the cut, when his opponent has already missed the cut, the disqualified player is deemed the winner. If a player withdraws or is disqualified before the cut is made the other player is deemed the winner.

In the event of a tie in tournament groups, dead heat rules applies.

In the event of a tie in tournament match betting, stakes are refunded.

In the event of a listed player being withdrawn prior to the first round then Rule 4 (IASbet Racing Schedule of Deductions Rule 17.1) may apply.

In the event of a listed player being withdrawn/disqualified prior to both players teeing off in the event then that match is void.

Top European players, top US player etc are settled in the same way as tournament group betting.

Players must complete 3 holes or more for bets to stand.

110. 2 ball/3 ball betting

In 2/3 ball betting the winner will be the player in the pairing or group with the lowest score over 18 holes.

Should a player in the 2/3 ball not tee-off all bets in that 2/3 ball are void. However should a player retire during the round, he will be deemed to have played.

In the event of a 2/3 ball being rearranged all bets in that 2/3 ball will stand as per original pairings/groups.

If a player posts a score but is later disqualified, all bets will be settled on the score that the player initially signs for that round. Signing of the card is deemed as the weigh-in and subsequent disqualification or amendment of result will be ignored for settlement purposes.

Odds for a tie are offered in 2 ball betting, therefore in the event of a tie bets on both players are losers and bets on the tie are winners. Dead heat rules apply in the event of a tie in 3 ball betting.

Any tournament that applies the Stableford scoring system, the highest point scorer during the round will be deemed the winner.

Players must complete 3 holes or more for bets to stand.

111. Enhanced win only prices

When more than one player shares the same lowest score in a tournament and there is no play off, win bets are settled by normal dead heat method outlined in the settlement of bets section.

In the event of a play-off the result of the play-off will determine the winner of the tournament only. Even if three or more contestants take part such a play off has the sole purpose of deciding the winner of the tournament and the relative finishing positions of unsuccessful contestants is not affected.

112. To make/miss the cut

Bets on players to make/miss the cut will be settled on the official result posted on the tour sites.

Players who are disqualified or withdraw before they complete 36 holes are deemed to have missed the cut.

PGA Tour: any player who makes the cut or the modified cut (MDF) will be settled as having made the cut (according to the pgatour.com leader board).

Should 36 holes not be completed then all bets on this market will be void.

Players who are disqualified or withdraw subsequent to posting a score equal to or better than the official cut mark (after they have completed 36 holes) will be deemed to have made the cut.

Players must complete 3 holes or more for bets to stand.

113. Mythical 2-balls, 4-balls, 6-balls

In 'mythical 2/4/6 ball' betting the player/group with the lowest score over 18 holes is the winner.

Should a player in the 2/4/6 ball not tee-off all bets in that 2/4/6 ball are void. However, if a player starts his round but withdraws or is disqualified during any part of the round he (or his group in the case of 4 balls and 6 balls) is deemed to be a loser.

If a player posts a score but is later disqualified, all bets will be settled on the score that the player initially posts for that round.

Odds for a tie are offered in mythical 2/4/6 ball betting; therefore, in the event of a tie bets on both players/groups are losers and bets on the tie are winners

How to calculate a 2 ball handicap result:

Say e.g. Golfer A (+3) v Golfer B (-3 shots).

If "A" scores 70, and "B" scores 72, then Golfer B wins by one shot on the handicap.

Players must complete 3 holes or more for bets to stand.

114. Mythical Ryder Cup pairings

Players must play 36 holes.

If a player misses the cut bets on that pairing are deemed a loser, otherwise If more players in a pairing make the cut than the other pairing, then they are deemed winners.

If a player is disqualified after 36 holes bets on that pairing are a loser, if a player is disqualified after 36 holes from both pairings, bet settled as a tournament match bet between the remaining 2 players.

If a player withdraws after 36 holes bets on that pairing are deemed a loser, if a player withdraws after 36 holes from both pairings, bet settled as a tournament match bet between the remaining 2 players.

Pairing with lowest combined score are deemed winners.

115. Finishing positions

Finishing position is decided by result posted by the governing body of that tournament (i.e. PGA Tour, European Tour). Example of finishing position: if a player finishes in a tie for a position e.g. tied 10th he is deemed to have finished 10th.

If a player is disqualified, retires injured or withdraws they will be deemed to have finished last.

Should 36 holes not be completed then all bets on this market will be void.

Players must complete 3 holes or more for bets to stand.

116. Place Only/Top 10 Finish/Top 20 Finish

Dead-Heat Rules Apply

117. 36-hole 3 ball betting

If a player begins the 1st round but withdraws or is disqualified at any time during the two rounds of the 3-ball he is deemed to be a loser.

If a player posts a score for the second round of the 3-ball but subsequently withdraws or is disqualified, all bets will be settled on the score that the player initially posts for the two rounds.

118. Big "X" v The Field

If any of the players quoted as part of the Big "X" are non runners, bets will be void on this market.

We reserve the right to apply a Rule 4 to this market should the price of the field be sufficiently affected by withdrawals.

119. 72-hole handicap betting

If your player misses the cut, he/she is automatically deemed a loser.

For a non-runner, (IASbet Racing Schedule of Deductions Rule 17.1) may apply.

For result, take handicap away from players final score (i.e. McDowell shoots a total of 284 for tournament - 4 shots, net total score on handicap is 280)

Should the tournament be reduced to 36 holes or less then all bets on this market will be void.

If a player is disqualified/ withdraws during the tournament bets will be deemed a loser.

120. '6 Pack' betting

Any player in a six pack who does not start that round will be void.

A Rule 4 may apply to the remaining players in that six pack. However, should a player withdraw or be disqualified during the round he will be deemed to have played.

Players must complete 3 holes or more for bets to stand.

121. Matchplay

Matches must be completed for bets to stand. (Otherwise they will be void).

122. Insurebet 5 places

Price offered is for the golfer to win the tournament. If the golfer fails to win but finishes in the top 5, including ties, the bet stake is returned.

Should a tournament be shortened, or otherwise affected due to weather conditions the trophy presentation will govern settlement provided at least 36 holes of the event have been completed.

Should 36 holes not be completed then 'Insurebet 5 places' bets on that event will be void any players who withdraw after they have teed-off are considered as players and are therefore losers.

We reserve the right to deduct the equivalent (IASbet Racing Schedule of Deductions Rule 17.1)

When more than one player shares the same lowest score in a tournament and there is no play-off, win and place bets are settled by the normal dead heat method outlined in the 'settlement of bets' section. In a 'dead heat', the stake money on a selection is divided by the number of runners involved in the dead heat. The full odds are then paid to the divided stake with the remainder of the stake money being lost.

123. Amateur Golf

Leading qualifier -This market will be settled on the player who is officially awarded the 'leading qualifier' prize as stated on www.gui.ie .

Dead heat rules will not apply.

124. Team Matchplay Events (i.e. Ryder Cup)

If the original structure/format of an event changes after the tournament starts we reserve the right to void/apply a Rule 4 to bets on any market that is affected by this change.

125. Total Majors won/ To win a Major

Player must play all four majors for bets to stand.

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Netball

126. Overtime counts for the settlement of Match Betting, Handicap Betting, Total Goals, Home Team Total Goals and Away Team Total Goals. All other markets will be settled according to the result at the end of regular time.

In the event of a match starting but not being completed all bets are void.

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NFL Gridiron / American Football

127. Games are official after 55 minutes of play.

128. Overtime counts for all markets unless stated otherwise.

129. If a game is postponed and rescheduled to occur within 48 hours of the original start time, all wagers stand. If rescheduled for more than 48 hours later, all single wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

130. All settlements are based on results and statistics provided by the relevant league's governing body:

www.nfl.com

www.cfl.ca

www.ncaa.org

131. We reserve the right to suspend any or all betting on a game at any time without notice.

132. Maximum payout is $100,000 (or equivalent).

133. Handicap betting: The result used for settling is the match result adjusted for the handicap line available at the time the bet is struck e.g. Minnesota +3 v Green Bay -3; Result: Minnesota 27-34 Green Bay. Green Bay wins on the handicap. In the event of the scores being level following the handicap being applied, the result is a 'push' and all stakes are refunded.

134. For the purpose of Live Betting where a Handicap "Draw" price is offered the 'push' rule does not apply. Therefore should a result end in a handicap draw only bets placed on the handicap draw are settled as winners.

135. All Outright markets include playoffs where applicable.

136. Live Betting

Prices quoted are for the whole game inclusive of any overtime played.

As the markets are in-running, we reserve the right to close the market at any time.

For Live Betting purposes these rules apply unless stated otherwise.

When scores are displayed in running, every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the score and game time; however, no liability is accepted for incorrect information displayed.

137. Proposition bets

In the event of an abandoned game all stakes are returned, unless a result is already determined through the course of play that has taken place.

For player prop markets the player(s) in question must start the game for bets to have action.

All proposition bets are singles only.

138. Quarter and half markets

For bets based on the specific quarters or halves, the entire period of play must be played unless the result is already determined, except second half markets which do include overtime if played.

The fourth quarter does not include overtime.

139. Handicap Betting

Overtime counts for match handicap betting.

Overtime does not count on quarter or half specific markets.

In the event of a tie, stakes are refunded.

For quarter and half betting the entire period must be played for bets to stand.

140. Match betting

Overtime counts. In the event of a tie following overtime all stakes are refunded.

141. Total points

Overtime counts for all total match / team total and prop points markets.

Overtime does not count for total points on quarter and half specific markets.

In the event of total points being exactly the nominated line all stakes are refunded unless a price for the exact amount is quoted.

For quarter and half betting the entire period must be played for bets to stand.

142. Revised half time markets

Markets that are revised at half time for the second half of that match include overtime.

In the event of a tie all stakes are returned.

143. First offensive play yard line

The result is determined by where the first offensive play from scrimmage takes place.

In the event of the kick off being returned for a touchdown bets stand for the following kick off.

In the event of a turnover the result is determined on where the first offensive play takes place from with respect to the receiving team's yard line.

144. First turnover and first team to commit a turnover

For results purposes, only an interception or a fumble counts.

A punt or 'turnover on downs' does not qualify as a turnover for settlement purposes.

In the event of an abandoned game stakes are returned unless a turnover has already taken place.

145. First offensive play

In the event of a false start penalty on the first offensive play, bets stand for the next offensive play that takes place without a false start penalty.

146. First team/last team to score and first touchdown scorer

In the event of an abandoned game bets stand on scores that have taken place already, overtime counts for these markets.

First touchdown scorers are all in play or not.

Touchdown scorers are offered with the option of others on request.

Only when a player is listed on NFL.com as 'inactive' for that match are the selections voided.

147. First penalty

This is settled on the first penalty called, regardless of a team accepting or declining the penalty.

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NHL Ice Hockey/American Ice Hockey

148. All settlements are based on results and statistics provided by the relevant league's governing body.

www.nhl.com

149. Overtime (including any subsequent shootout), counts for all markets unless stated otherwise.

150. When the draw option is included, payouts are based on the score at the end of normal time (extra time, i.e. an extension of normal time, not included). In handicap and totals betting, extra time is included.

151. When the game total is a 'flat' number (eg. seven), and if the total score lands on that number, all wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.

152. All Game Total Over/Under betting includes overtime (Penalty Shoot outs included). Penalty shoot outs equate to a value of 1.

153. Money line: At least 15 minutes of official time must elapse in the third period for bets to have action.

154. 60 minute markets - Are settled on 60 minutes of play. Overtime and shootout goals are not included.

155. 65 minute markets - Are inclusive of all overtime and shootout goals where applicable, and the one goal rule applies to these markets.

156. First goalscorer: In the event of an abandoned game bets stand on scores that have taken place already. Overtime counts for these markets. First goalscorers are all-in, play or not. Goalscorer market are offered with the option others on request.

157. Grand salami: The total number of goals in all of the respective evenings matches (including overtime). In the event of a match not being played or not being deemed a result then all bets are void for this market.

158. Game totals/period totals/team totals/odd&even: The full game total result is the combined goals for both teams inclusive of overtime and shootouts(shootout counts as 1 goal). At least 15 minutes of official time must elapse in the third period for bets to have action, unless the total is already over. In the event of the totals goals being the exact quote where no exact price is offered, all stakes are refunded. Period goals only apply to that specific period and the entire period must be played. Dead heat rules where applicable. For third period lines, overtime does not count. Home/Away total goals are settled on 60 minutes of play. Overtime does not count.

159. Prop markets: Overtime counts for all proposition markets, except for those that are based on specific periods of play. At least 15 minutes of official time must elapse in the third period for bets to have action.

160. Puck line: A puck line is a bet where a handicap is given to a selection. The result used for settling is the match result adjusted for the handicap line available at the time the bet is struck. For example, Tampa Bay +1.5 v Calgary -1.5; Result: Tampa Bay 2-3 Calgary. Tampa Bay wins on the handicap. Overtime counts for all 'puck lines'. All above rules apply.

161. Player(s) props: The respective player(s) must start for bets to have action. Overtime counts for all proposition markets, except for those that are based on specific periods of play. At least 15 minutes of official time must elapse in the third period for bets to have action.

162. Live Betting: All markets are subject to their respective pre-match rules for purposes of Live Betting. When scores are displayed in running, every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the score and game situation. However no liability is accepted for incorrect information displayed.

163. All Outright markets include playoffs where applicable.

Games must go 55 minutes for bets to stand. In the event a game is suspended prior to the 55th minute of play bets will be void unless the result of a market has been clearly determined during the normal course of play.

Double Result – Settled on the score of the game at the end of the 1st and 3rd Periods.

Race to xth Goal – The winner will be the team to achieve the number of specified goals first. For live betting a “No Goal” option will be offered should neither team reach the target, pre-match bets will be pushed.

Number of Goals/Total Goals Odd/Even - Includes overtime for settlement purposes.

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European Ice Hockey & IIHF International competitions

164. The settlement of the markets for each match is based on the results provided by the organising federation. In the event of a match not taking place, bets of this match are deemed void.
164.1. Overtime (including any subsequent shootout) will only count for 2-Way Match Betting.
164.2. All other markets will be settled according to the result at the end of the regular time (60 minutes)
164.3. Should a match be abandoned all markets will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.
164.4. 'Pick the Score' betting is based on the score at the end of normal time (i.e. extra time – an extension of normal time - is not included).

164.5. In case of a match being postponed it will be voided unless it takes place within 36 hours of the initial scheduled starting time. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
164.6. In 'Grand Slam Betting', all of the day's games set down for decision must reach their official conclusion, or wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg. The exception being that if the total is exceeded without all games being played to their official conclusion then wagers will stand.
Maximum payout is $250,000 (or equivalent).
164.7. Medal Events
Including but not limited to Summer/Winter Games, Championship Events, and Commonwealth championship events.
164.8. Podium/Dias positions determine the standing for the settlement of wagers.
164.8.1 Post Podium/Dias, Sportsbet does not recognise overturned decisions for betting purposes.

Overview of Specific Markets

164.9. Period Markets - Settled on the exact score of the specified period. For settlement purposes the 3rd period does not include any overtime played. Dead heat rules apply to the Highest Scoring Period market.
164.10. Double Result - Settled on the score of the game at the end of the 1st and 3rd periods.
164.11. Race to xth Goal - The winner will be the team to achieve the number of specified goals first. Should neither team reach the target, pre-match bets will be pushed. Does not include Over-time or Shootout.
164.12. All markets are subject to their respective pre-match rules for the purposes of Live Betting

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Bandy

165. The settlement of the markets for each match is based on the results provided by the organizing federation.
165.1 the event of a match not taking place, bets of this match are deemed void.
165.2 All the markets will be settled according to the result at the end of the regular time (90 minutes), unless stated.
165.3 In the event of a match starting but not being completed, all the markets will be voided.

 

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Motor Racing

Formula 1

173. All race bets are settled on the official FIA classification at the time of the podium presentation, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded.

174. All drivers who complete 90% of the race laps are deemed as classified finishers in line with the official FIA classification. However all drivers are given a ranking, and for the purpose of match and positional betting this ranking shall apply.

175. Any driver who attempts to qualify for the race proper and fails to do so shall be deemed to have taken part, and finished last of the drivers taking part. If two or more drivers fail to qualify, their qualifying lap times will determine their placing in the race result.

176. The start of the race is deemed to be the signal to start the warm up lap. All drivers are in play from this point on.

177. For race match betting the driver who finishes in the highest position is deemed the winner. In the event of both drivers failing to complete the race, match bets will be settled on the official Formula 1 result. Bets stand once drivers partake in qualifying.

178. Bets on the Formula One Championship and Constructors Championship will be settled in line with the official FIA results immediately following the podium presentation of the final race of the season, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded. The drivers' and constructors' championship titles are awarded to the driver and constructor who score the most points over the course of the season. In the case of a dead heat for a championship place then the driver or constructor with the higher number of superior race results will be awarded the place.

179. Qualifying consists of three sessions whereby the six slowest drivers from each of the first two sessions will drop out leaving the remaining drivers to compete in the third session for the top places on the grid. Qualifying betting will be settled as the fastest lap posted during this third qualifying session. With respect to all bets on qualifying, either outright or match betting, the official times as recorded by the FIA will apply for the settlement of bets. Any subsequent penalties or demotions imposed shall be disregarded.

180. From the formation of any race market, bets are considered to be non-driver no bet. Any bets on drivers who fail to take part in the race for any reason other than non-qualification shall be deemed void. We reserve the right to deduct the equivalent Tattersalls' Rule 4 (c) to reflect returning stakes on non-drivers.

181. First driver to retire is a bet on which driver will be the first to retire from the race. The bet begins with the signal to start the warm up lap. Bet settlement will be determined by which lap number a car retires on. Should more than one car retire on the same lap then Dead-Heat rules apply.

182. First Car to retire. Bets are in play once the parade lap starts. Bet settlement will be determined by which lap number a car retires on. Should more than one car retire on the same lap then Dead-Heat rules apply.

183. One lap wonders is a bet on how many drivers will retire from the race before they complete one lap proper of the race (not the warm up lap). The bet begins with the signal to start the warm up lap.

184. For all A1 Grand Prix markets, both for the feature race and the sprint race, all bets are settled on the official A1 Grand Prix classification at the time of the podium presentation for the respective race, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded.

185. Leader after the first lap. For settlement purposes the winner is deemed to be the driver leading the race as they cross the start/finish line after one classified race lap (warm-up lap not included). In the event of one lap not being fully completed all bets will be void. If the race starts under the safety car all bets will be void.

186. Will there be a safety car period during the race? A Safety Car Period is defined as the need for the Safety Car to run in front of the leading car during a specified race. Should the race start under the Safety Car, then all bets concerning the Safety Car market will be settled as Yes. If the race finishes under safety car conditions but the safety car has not had time to get to the front of the leading car this market will be settled as Yes.

Nascar/Indy Car/Cart Racing

187. Outright race betting: The 'field' includes any driver who is not listed in the outright prices. Any drivers who fail to qualify for the race will be deemed as non-runners. The race must be ran within 24 hours of the scheduled off time for bets to stand. The official NASCAR / INDY winner of the race will be settled as the winner for betting purposes, this includes all races which are halted prematurely.

188. Driver Match Ups: All match ups will be settled as per the official result. If one driver fails to complete the race, the other driver will be deemed the winner. Where both drivers fail to complete the race, the number of laps completed will determine the winner. If both drivers fail to complete on the same lap, the official placings as assigned by the controlling authority will determine the result. Both drivers must start the race for bets to stand. In the event of a replacement driver all bets are void.

189. Maximum payout is $50,000 (or equivalent)

WRC

190. All race bets are settled on the official WRC classification at the time of the podium presentation, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded.

Moto GP

191. All Moto GP bets will be settled on the official Moto GP classification at the time of the podium presentation for the respective race, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded.

Outright Race Betting

192. 'The Field' includes any driver who is not listed in the outright prices. Any drivers who fail to qualify for the race will be deemed as non-runners. The race must be ran within 24 hours of the scheduled off time for bets to stand. The official NASCAR / INDY winner of the race will be settled as the winner for betting purposes, this includes all races which are halted prematurely.

Driver Match Ups

193. All match ups will be settled as per the official result. If one driver fails to complete the race, the other driver will be deemed the winner. Where both drivers fail to complete the race, the number of laps completed will determine the winner. If both drivers fail to complete on the same lap, the official placing's as assigned by the controlling authority will determine the result. Both drivers must start the race for bets to stand. In the event of a replacement driver all bets are void.

194. Maximum payout is $50,000 (or equivalent) All race bets are settled on the official Moto GP classification at the time of the podium presentation, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded. All Moto GP bets will be settled on the official Moto GP classification at the time of the podium presentation for the respective race, with subsequent disqualifications disregarded.

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Rugby League

195 Unless otherwise stated, all Rugby League bets are settled on 80 minutes play. (Dead heat rule for head to head.)
195.1 Premiership/Minor Premiership/Make Grand Final : All In Betting. Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be deemed a starter for resulting purposes. Any loss of Premierships after the completion of the Grand Final will be deemed null and void and all bets will stand.
195.2 Top4/Top8 : For betting purposes Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be Deemed A Starter for resulting purpose i.e. All In Any decision made by the NRL regarding penalties is final.
195.3 Wooden Spoon is paid on the team which has the least wins for the season. A draw is considered as half a win. In the event of more than one team having the same number of wins the position will be determined by the worst ‘For and Against’. Points deducted because of breaches of rules and regulations are excluded for resulting purposes. All In. Win Only.
195.4 Miss 4/Miss 8 : For betting purposes Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be 'Deemed A Starter'. If at the time a breach is announced, the loss of points means only one eventuality can occur (ie Miss the 8 must occur) then all bets on that competitor are void and monies refunded. All decisions made by the NRL are final.
195.5 All bets on NRL matches will be settled on the official declared result including the end of any additional time in which the Golden Point Rule is used, although, conditions may apply to specific betting options. Specifically, Head to Head, Line, all Tries & Points markets, Tryscorers and Scoring Play markets include extra time. All Winning Margin markets and Double Result markets are resulted at the completion of normal time (i.e. extra time is not included). A Draw dividend is included in Margin betting options. The same rules apply for NSW Cup, Queensland Cup, Holden Cup, State of Origin, ‘Country v City’, NRL Allstar, NRL Charity Shield, World Club Challenge and National Youth Competition (Holden Cup) matches.
195.6 Where a match is incomplete, abandoned or postponed and resumed, or played within 48 hrs of the original scheduled date all wagers stand. All bets placed on games played outside 48hrs of the scheduled start time will be void. Once the 48 hrs have expired all single wages are void and wages will be refunded. Affected Multibets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
195.7 If the result of a match after extra time is a Draw, then the Dead Heat Rule applies. In Handicap/Line and Totals betting, where the number is a flat number (e.g. 6.0), and the result lands on that flat number, then all wagers affected by that flat line will be void and wagers will be refunded. All MultiBets affected by that flat line will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
195.8 For 'First and Last Scoring Plays' and First Points markets, if the match remains scoreless after normal and any extra time, then single wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
195.9 If a game is abandoned bets are void with the exception of first try scorer bets which will stand if a try has been scored prior to abandonment (last try scorer bets are void). Bets are void for special markets such as total number of points, number of tries etc on abandoned matches unless the respective number equals or exceeds our maximum quote at the time of abandonment, i.e. if we quote 35 points or more in the match and this number has been attained at the time of abandonment - bets on this market stand. This only applies when the number is equal to or greater than our maximum quote.
195.10 If the venue is changed from the one advertised all bets on that match are void.
195.11 First/last try scorer betting: All wagers are refunded on players not in the official starting 17. First/last try scorer betting: All wagers are refunded on players not in the official starting 22. In the event of a Penalty Try being the first/last try scored we pay on the Penalty Try option if offered. If the Penalty Try option is not offered we pay on the next try scorer for first try or preceding try scorer for last try.
195.12 First try scorer insurebet: If the player fails to score the first try but does score a try in the match then the bet stake is returned.
195.13 First 2nd half try scorer: If the player is included in his team's match day 17 man squad, all bets will stand regardless of whether the player is on the field for the first 2nd half try or not.
195.14 For 'Most Tries' Head to Head options both players must be in starting 17 for bets to stand. If no try is scored or level on tries 'tie' wins.
195.15 For Time of First Try betting, payouts are based on the official NRL (or relevant league) clock or website.
195.16Statistics/Supercoach Markets: All bets on players not in starting 13 will be VOID. All statistic bets will be paid at the completion of round in accordance with official NRL stats. Supercoach markets will be paid at completion of round in accordance with the Daily Telegraph results.

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Rugby Union

196. Premiership/Minor Premiership/Make Grand Final : All In Betting. Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be deemed a starter for resulting purposes. Any loss of Premierships after the completion of the Grand Final will be deemed null and void and all bets will stand.
196.1. Top4/Top8 : For betting purposes Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be Deemed A Starter for resulting purpose i.e. All In Any decision made by the NRL regarding penalties is final.
196.2. Wooden Spoon : Wooden Spoon is paid on the team which has the least wins for the season including byes. In the event of more than one team having the same number of wins the position will be determined by for and against. Points deducted because of breaches of rules and regulations are included for resulting purposes. In leagues where 'golden point' is not applicable Wooden Spoon will be settled on the team with the least number of wins. Where a situation arises that a team with least wins does not finish last then the result will be settled on the official table. All In. Win Only
196.3. Miss 4/Miss 8 : For betting purposes Any Team which has Points Deducted due to breaches of rules and regulations will be 'Deemed A Starter'. If at the time a breach is announced, the loss of points means only one eventuality can occur (ie Miss the 8 must occur) then all bets on that competitor are void and monies refunded. All decisions made by the NRL are final.
196.4. Outright markets which states 'regular season' are deemed to mean the official standings of teams after all matches of the predetermined season are played and before any playoff matches have commenced.
196.5. Payouts will be based on the official declared result at the completion of 80 minutes unless otherwise stated. Conditions may apply to specific betting options (e.g. end of normal time, including extra time – an extension of normal time – etc.)
196.6. Where a match is incomplete, abandoned or postponed and resumed or played within 48 hrs of the original scheduled date, all wagers stand. Once the 48 hrs have expired all single wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
196.7. Where the draw option is offered, the wager is decided on the result at the end of normal time (i.e. extra time - an extension of normal time -not included). Where the draw option is not offered, the Dead Heat Rule applies. In handicap and totals betting, where the line or total is a flat number, if the score lands on the line or total all wagers are void and wagers will be refunded, unless a handicap draw option is offered. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
196.8. If the venue is changed from the one advertised all bets on that match are void.
196.9. For 'First and Last Scoring Plays' and First Points markets, if the match remains scoreless after normal and any extra time, then single wagers are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
196.10. First/last try scorer betting: All wagers are refunded on players not in the official starting 22. In the event of a Penalty Try being the first/last try scored we pay on the Penalty Try option if offered. If the Penalty Try option is not offered we pay on the next try scorer for first try or preceding try scorer for last try.
196.11. First try scorer insurebet: If the player fails to score the first try but does score a try in the match then the bet stake is returned.
196.12. First 2nd half try scorer: If the player is included in his team's match day 22 man squad, all bets will stand regardless of whether the player is on the field for the first 2nd half try or not.
196.13. For 'Most Tries' Head to Head options both players must be in starting 22 for bets to stand. If no try is scored or level on tries 'tie' wins.
196.14. For Time of First Try betting, payouts are determined by the official website.
196.15. For all Rugby 7s events all markets except for Line and Head to Head will be resulted on the scores at the end of normal time. Line and Head to Head markets will be settled on the result at the end of any extra time played.
196.16. Position to Score First Try: In the event of a Penalty Try being the first try scored we pay on the position of the next tryscorer for the position of the first try. For ‘Position to score xth Try’ betting in the event of a Penalty Try, we pay on the position to score the next try (i.e if the first try scored in a match is a penalty try and the second try is scored by a ‘forward’, then a ‘forward’will be deemed the winner for both the first and second tries). If there is no try scored after the penalty try then this market will be void for both markets.
196.17. Tryscorer Matchbets / Kicker Matchbets / To Score the Most Points: Both players must be in the starting 15 for bets to stand. If there is no ‘Tie’ or ‘Draw’ Selection offered and the result is a tie then all bets will be void.
196.18. Best Kicking Percentage / Kicker Matchbets / To Score the Most Points: Bets will be void if both players do not attempt at least 1 placed kick at goal.
196.19. Player Total Points / Perfect Kicking record: Bets will be void if a player does not attempt at least 1 placed kick at goal.
196.20. Top Tryscorer / Top Team Tryscorer / Top Points Scorer: Dead Heat rules apply.
196.21. Regular Season Team Matchbets: Dead Heat rules apply.

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Snooker/Bowls/Darts

226. In the event of a match starting but not been completed then match bets will be void. In such circumstances all other markets will be void unless their result has already been unequivocally decided.

226.1 In the event of a match not being completed and not being awarded to one of the competitors than all bets are void except markets that have already been unequivocally decided.

226.2 Where revised match betting is offered (between sessions), 1 frame/set of the following session must be completed for bets to stand.

226.3 In handicap betting, the handicap will only be allotted to one player/team, and then the result will be determined.

226.4 Non-Runners - Stakes will be refunded on players or teams withdrawn prior to the start of an event. We reserve the right to deduct the equivalent of Tattersalls Rule 4(c) to reflect returning stakes on Non-Runners.

226.5 In-running market; to pot the first ball of xth frame:

Fouls do not count toward settlement

Re-racks will not count towards settlement unless a ball was not potted in the original frame

226.6 Total points xth frame

In the event of a re-rack, only points scored in the completed frame will count towards settlement

226.7 Tournament highest break

Only one break per player will count towards settlement of this market (e.g Player A scores 141 and 140 in the tournament only the 141 will count towards settlement)

226.8 In the event of a player being awarded a frame due to non-appearance of opposing player, frame betting, to win 1st frame, to win xth frame and all related markets will be settled as normal.

226.9 Next Four frames outright and correct score, Next Session outright/correct score. If Four Frames/Next Session are not completed due to the match result having been determined before this point, then bets will be deemed void unless already determined as a losing bet. If all frames are not completed due to time constraints, bets will be settled when play resumes and settlement point is reached.

226.10 To Finish Bottom: Should any of the league stage matches not take place due to a player withdrawal from the competition then all bets on this market shall be deemed void.

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Soccer

227. All soccer bets will be settled in accordance with OPTA Index results unless otherwise specified.

All bets on football are automatically on the basis of 90 minutes play unless otherwise stated for that particular market. 90 minutes play includes time added on by referee for stoppages.

Where a bet is accepted on a match where no prices are on offer then that selection will be treated as a non-runner, but the remainder of any accumulative bet will stand provided there are not fewer than the stipulated minimum number of matches in the bet.

Settlement will be at the price prevailing at the time the bet was placed and confirmed. Dates and kick-off times of matches shown on our website are for guidance purposes only. Bets will be accepted up until the advertised kick-off time.

If an accumulator is reduced by non-runners the bet will stand irrespective of the minimum requirements laid down in these rules.

228. Bets which do not meet the minimum requirements, except as provided elsewhere in these rules, will be void.

IASbet reserves the right to void or stand any bet inadvertently accepted after the betting has closed or where the event was resolved or at a stage where the customer could have any indication of the outcome.

For the purpose of deciding results on handicap betting, a number of goals (or half goals) is added to, or subtracted from, the total goals scored by the away team. Settlement of any handicap betting will be at the special odds shown alongside the match(es), using the actual score in the match adjusted for the handicap.

Overview of Specific Markets

Enhanced odds specials

Customers may only bet on one enhanced odds offer for any one match, we reserve the right to void bets when customers have placed more than one bet.

229. Time of Bets Bets on time of the first/last goal, time of first corner, time of first booking and interval bets will be settled as the time shown by the major UK TV station broadcasting the match.

For time of first corner market, the time that the corner is taken will count.

For time of first booking market, the time that the player is shown the card will count.

In the event of a dispute, the decision of Opta Index will be final.

If the match is not covered by British TV or by Opta, the verdict of the majority of the following websites will be final:

www.soccerbase.com

www.soccernet.com

www.soccerbot.com

www.flashscore.com

www.futbol24.com

www.livescore.co.uk

www.soccerway.com

230. Ante-post Bets : For ante-post bets, divisional play-offs do not count for the purposes of divisional each-way betting, ie. bets are settled on final league placing's before play-offs. Any subsequent demotions/points deductions after the last game of the season on the basis 'all-in play or '.

Abandoned, postponed, venue changed or unplayed matches

230.1 An unplayed or postponed match that is not played within 24 hours of the original kick-off time (official kick-off time as opposed to Paddy Power's time) will be treated as a non-runner for settling purposes.

If the venue of a match is other than is indicated on our website, the bet will stand provided the match has not been switched to the opponent's ground, in which case the match will be declared void.

230.2 Any match that is abandoned before completion of the match (i.e. 90 mins.) will be void unless an official result is declared by those teams' governing body within 24 hours of postponement, in which case that official result will govern win-draw-win settlement. All other markets will be void unless their result is already decided.

230.3 When an abandoned match(es) reduces the clients bet to below the permitted minimum for a list the bet will stand, with the void match(es) treated as non-runners for settling purposes. This ruling does not apply to bets involving first goalscorer which will stand provided a goal has been scored prior to abandonment. Bets on last goalscorer will be void in the event of abandonment.

231. First/Last goalscorer

Own goals do not count for settlement of first/last goalscorer bets. Bets taken on first/last goalscorer will be void if that player does not take part in the game or if he comes on after the first goal is scored.

Every effort is made to quote first/last player to score odds for all possible players. However, odds for other players are available on request and will count as winners if they score the first/last goal even if they are not named in our lists.

Bets on last goalscorer will be void if that player does not take part in the game or does not come on as a substitute. In the event of a dispute over the award of a goal for first/last goalscorer or scorer special purposes, settlement will be in accordance with the result given by Opta Index within 24 hours of the final whistle. Any subsequent changes to the result will be ignored for settlement purposes

231.1 Each-way first goalscorer betting: Each-way bets will be settled on first goal, second goal, third goal, fourth goal and fifth goal only. Players who do not score until after the fifth goal has been scored will be treated as losing selections. If less than five goals are scored in any given match Paddy Power will settle bets on those goals that are scored. If no goals are scored, all each-way bets will be regarded as losing bets. If a player enters the field of play after the first goal is scored, both the win and place part of the bet will be voided unless the first goal is an own goal in which case bets will stand. If a player is sent off or substituted before the first goal is scored, bets on that selection are deemed as losers.

If a player scores the first goal of the match, both his win and place part are winners. If a player scores the second, third, fourth or fifth goal, only his place part is a winner. A player cannot be placed twice i.e. if he scores the second and third goal, only the second goal is deemed a winner.

Each-way bets on no goalscorer, last goalscorer, first team goalscorers and scorecasts are not accepted. If any such bets are taken in error then the full stake will be invested as a win only bet.

Place-only betting is not accepted.

Extra time does not count.

Own goals do not count. In cases where an own goal is one of the first five goals then the sixth goal will be settled as a winner on the place part of the each-way bet. If two of the first five goals are own goals then the sixth and seventh goals will be settled as winners on the place part of the each-way bet, etc. In all other cases Paddy Power football rules apply.

232. Anytime goalscorer

A player will be considered to be a runner and bets will stand should the player play any part in the match.Goals scored in normal time only count for this market. Goals scored in extra time or in a penalty shoot-out do not count.

Own goals do not count.

233. Live Betting goalscorer betting

Own goals do not count for first/second or subsequent goalscorer. If any goal is an own goal, the result of the following goalscorer market will count for the settlement of the original one - e.g. second goal of the game is an own goal. The scorer of the third goal will be settled as the winner for both the second goalscorer and third goalscorer markets.

234.Man of the Match

This market is settled in accordance with the man of the match award presented by the UK TV broadcaster which covers the game live eg. SkySports or BTSport. No other source will be considered for the purposes of settlement e.g. skysports.com.

If no man of the match award is presented in their main broadcast then all bets will be void.

Any player who takes the field for any part of a match will be considered as a runner for settlement purposes. Only players not in the squad or unused substitutes will be considered non-runners.

For settling purposes, any player on the pitch for any length of time throughout the match can be given man of the match.

235. Number of corners / Number of goals / Bookings

These are known as special spreads. Bets on special spreads are only accepted on games for which we advertise them.Bets on number of goals include own goals.

Bookings of managers, coaches or players who are yet to participate in the game (ie. substitutes) do not count.

In the event of an abandoned match all bets on special spreads will be void unless the maximum quote has been obtained. For example, should a customer back 12 or more corners in a match and that match is abandoned when 13 corners have already been taken then that bet is a winner with all other bets on corners losers.

Bets on 'number of corners' refers to corners taken and not corners awarded.

236. Half time result

Bets on half-time result are settled on the result of a match at half-time including all injury and stoppage time.

237. Card index

Bets on 'card index' are settled as follows: Yellow card = 10 points; Red card = 25 points. If a player is shown a yellow card and subsequently sent off this counts as 35 points.

Bookings will only count for players taking part in the match. Bookings of managers, coaches or off the field of play will not count. Any bookings made during half-time will count, however bookings made after the final whistle do not count.

Restrictions apply as to what special spread selections can be combined with in accumulative bets.

For first booking if more than one player being booked in the same incident the first player to be shown a card by the match referee shall be deemed the winner.

Both yellow and red cards count for this market.

Booking times will be settled on the match time when the yellow or red card is shown and not when the foul or offence took place.

Card Index Match Bet refers to which teams gets the most Card Index points during the match.

237.1 Live Trebles

Yellow Card = 10 points.

Red Card = 25 points.

Normal Card Index rules apply.

Please note that not all possible outcomes are listed here so it is possible that all quoted selections in this market will be losers.

Corner Markets

Bets on number of corners refers to number of corners taken and not corners awarded.

For time of corner markets, the time that the corner is actually taken will count and not the time it was awarded.

For "Odd or Even" corner markets, 0 is counted as an even number.

Multi Corners refers to number of 1st half corners multiplied by number of 2nd half corners.

Team Multi Corners refers to number of 1st half team corners multiplied by number of 2nd half team corners.

Markets for "Race to X Corners" will be settled on whatever team reaches "X" corners first. E.g. Race to 3 Corners will be settled on the first team to take 3 corners in the match

Player to be Booked

For bets on 'player to be booked'.

Players will be considered to be a runner and bets will stand should he play any part in the match.

Only bookings in normal time (90 mins play) count.

Any bookings made during half time will count; however, bookings made after the final whistle do not count.

Bookings of players yet to participate in the game (ie. substitutes) do not count.

Goal and booking special

(Player to score/Player to be booked doubles)

(To win you must successfully forecast both a player to score in a selected match and also a player to be booked in normal time. If either of the featured players does not start then bets will be void.

Scorecasts

First player to score/correct score doubles are now available on selected matches.

To win you must successfully forecast both the player who will score the first goal in a selected match and also the correct score after 90 minutes play.

If a player is selected who comes on after the first goal has been scored or does not take part in the match, the bet will be settled as a correct score single.

In the event of a match being abandoned, bets will be void unless a goal has been scored prior to abandonment, when bets will be settled as singles on the selected first goalscorer at the appropriate odds.

In the eventuality of all goals in the match being own goals, all bets will be settled as correct score singles at the correct score odds only.

Mythical matches

The winning selection is the team that scores more goals than its mythical opponent in their respective next fixtures.

If both teams score the same number of goals, the draw is the winning selection.

The respective next fixtures of both teams are displayed on the IASbet website and/or coupons.

If a team's next fixture is played on a different day from that displayed on the IASbet website and/or coupons, all Mythical Match bets involving this team will be void.

A team's next fixture must be completed and have its result upheld by the competition's official governing body (e.g. the FA Premier League) in order for mythical match bets involving this team to stand.

In the case of a fixture not starting or being shortened due to external factors (e.g. unplayable conditions, security concerns, technical faults etc.) all mythical match bets involving either of the two competing teams will be void.

If a match official shortens a match for any reason (e.g. foul play) all mythical match bets involving either of the two competing teams will be void.

Double Chance

A double chance bet allows you to cover two of the three possible outcomes in a football match with one bet.

Home team and draw - Your bet is a winner if the home team wins or draws the match.

Away team and draw - Your bet is a winner if the away team wins or draws the match.

Home team and away team - Your bet is a winner if the home team or the away team wins the match.

Normal 90 minute betting rules apply.

Goal Minutes

The goal minutes market is the total of the time in minutes of each goal scored. A goal scored at 23mins 25seconds will be settled as the 24th minute.

All injury time goals will be counted as either 45 for injury time at the end of the first half or 90 for injury time at the end of the second half.

This bet is 90 minutes only - extra time and penalties do not count.

For team goal minutes, own goals count for the team that are awarded the goal.

Insurebet first goalscorer

Price offered is for the player to score the first goal of the match. If the player fails to score the first goal of the match but does score a goal in the match then the bet stake is returned.

Insurebet outright betting

Price offered is for the team to win the tournament. If the team fails to win but does finish second then the bet stake is returned.

First assist

For the purpose of settlement, results will be obtained from www.sportinglife.com

In the case where www.sportinglife.com do not offer a result for the assist of the 1st goal then the betting will apply for the 2nd goal and continue on to the 3rd goal etc.. until an assist is awarded for a goal.

In cases where no goals are scored in the match or where www.sportinglife.com do not award any assists for any of the goals scored then all selections in the market will be voided.

Own goals can count for settlement purposes in the case where the preceding touch was by a member of the attacking team.

In the case where a penalty is scored , the player to have been fouled for the penalty or to have played the final ball before the penalty was awarded is deemed to be the winner in this market unless that player has also scored the penalty.

Bets taken on first assist will be void if that player does not take part in the game or if he comes on after the first goal is scored (and where an assist is awarded for that goal).

If a player enters the field of play after the first goal is scored(and where an assist is awarded for that goal), the bet will be voided. If a player is sent off or substituted before the first goal is scored (and where an assist is awarded for that goal) bets on that selection are deemed as losers.

Wincast

Player to score/match result doubles

To win you must successfully forecast both a player to score in a selected match and also the match result after normal time.

If a player is selected who takes no part in the match then all bets will be void regardless of the match result.

In the event of a match being abandoned, all bets will be void.

Corner Markets

Bets on number of corners refers to number of corners taken and not corners awarded.

For time of corner markets, the time that the corner is actually taken will count and not the time it was awarded.

For "Odd or Even" corner markets, 0 is counted as an even number.

Multi Corners refers to number of 1st half corners multiplied by number of 2nd half corners.

Team Multi Corners refers to number of 1st half team corners multiplied by number of 2nd half team corners.

Markets for "Race to X Corners" will be settled on whatever team reaches "X" corners first. E.g. Race to 3 Corners will be settled on the first team to take 3 corners in the match.

Asian handicaps

An Asian handicap is a market where a handicap is applied to the match in order to make the prices more equal.

The favourite in a match will have a negative handicap represented with a (-) symbol and will have to win by more goals than the handicap in order to be a winner.

The outsider in the match will receive a positive handicap represented with a (+) symbol which will be added to the final score.

The handicap will be added to one side only.

Half-time Asian handicap markets will be settled on the half-time result.

There are three types of Asian handicap:

(i) Whole ball handicap (e.g. Team A -0, Team A -1.0, Team A -2.0).

The handicap is applied to the final result of the match and the team with the most goals after the handicap has been applied will be the winner. If the number of goals for each team are level after the handicap has been applied, it will result in a push with the stake being returned.

Example: Team A -2.0, Team B +2.0

If Team A win by three or more goals then all bets on Team A will be winners and bets on Team B will be losers.

If Team A win by exactly two goals then all bets on the market will be pushed and the bet stake returned on both sides .

If Team A win by exactly one goal, the match ends in a draw or Team B win the match then all bets on Team B will be winners and bets on Team A will be losers.

(ii) Half ball handicaps (e.g. Team A -0.5, Team A -1.5, Team A -2.5)

The handicap is applied to the final result of the match and the team with the most goals after the handicap has been applied will be the winner.

Example: Team A -1.5, Team B +1.5

If Team A win by two or more goals then all bets on Team A will be winners and bets on Team B will be losers.

If Team A win by exactly one goal, the match ends in a draw or Team B win the match then all bets on Team B will be winners and bets on Team A will be losers.

(iii) Split ball handicaps (e.g. Team A -0 & -0.5, Team A -0.5 & -1.0, Team A -1.0 & -1.5)

A split ball handicap is where the level of favouritism is between a half ball and a whole ball. In this case, your stake is being split equally between the whole ball and half ball handicaps.

Example: Team A -1.0 & -1.5, Team B +1.0 & +1.5

If you place a $100 bet on Team A -1.0 & -1.5 then your bet is split into two $50 bets. The first bet is on the Whole Ball Handicap (Team A -1.0) and the second bet is on the Half Ball Handicap (Team A -1.5)

If Team A win by two or more goals then all bets on Team A will be winners and bets on Team B will be losers.

If Team A Win by exactly one goal then the stake on Team A -1.0 will be refunded and the stake on Team A -1.5 will be a loser. The stake on Team B +1.0 will be refunded and the stake on Team B +1.5 will be a winner.

If the match ends in a draw or Team B win the match then all bets on Team B will be winners and bets on Team A will be losers.

(iv) Alternative Handicap (e.g. Team A-2, Handicap Draw -2, Team B +2)
The handicap is applied to the final result of the match and the team with the most goals after the handicap has been applied will be the winner. Handicap draw is also an option in the alternative handicap markets meaning if the game is a draw after the handicap is applied, then this is the winning selection.

Example:
Team A -2, Handicap Draw -2, Team B +2
If Team A wins by exactly 2 goals, then Handicap Draw is the winning selection as after the handicap is applied the match has ended in a draw.

 

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Surfing /Swimming

238. Stakes will be refunded on surfers withdrawn prior to the start of an event. We reserve the right to deduct the equivalent (IASbet Racing Schedule of Deductions Rule 17.1) to reflect returning stakes on non-runners. All wagers stand regardless of postponement and change of venue.
Wagers are paid on official result stated by the governing body. Tournament cancellation will result in all wagers being void and wagers will be refunded. Affected MultiBets will be recalculated excluding that event or leg.
238.1 2 board/ 3 board betting – If one or all of the surfers doesn’t start heat then all bets are refunded. As per official competition results.

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Tennis

Pre-Match

239.1 In the event of a match starting but not being completed then all markets will be void except in the case of (239.2) below.

239.2 In the case of retirements/disqualifications, all bets on completed sets stand.

239.3 In the event of a change in the number of sets to be played, match bets, first set market bets will stand, all other markets will be void.

239.4 In the event of a change of venue or from outside to indoor court and vice versa, all bets will stand, if there is a change of surface (from hard/carpet/clay/grass to a different type of surface) all bets will be void.

239.5 In the event of a tennis match not taking place or if a player is given a walkover, bets on this match are deemed void.

239.6 Non-runners: Stakes will be refunded on players or teams withdrawn prior to the start of an event. We reserve the right to deduct the equivalent of (IASbet Racing Schedule of Deductions 17.1) to reflect returning stakes on non-runners.

239.7 Single bets only accepted on all ATP Challenger and ITF matches with the exception of in running bets (bets placed after the start of the match) prior to the quarter-final stage. Any multiples taken in error prior to the quarter-final stage will have stake split equally across all selections and placed as single bets.

Betting in Running

239.8 In the event of a match starting but not being completed then all markets will be void except in the case of (239.9) below.

239.9In the case of retirements/disqualifications, all bets on completed sets and service games stand.

239.10 In the case of any settlement disputes, the NTRC’s (IASbet’s governing body) decision is final.

239.11Games/Alternative Games/Exact Games Won Margin: Market is resulted on the absolute difference in total games won by player A and total games won by player B. Example Player A wins 17 games and Player B wins 19 games during the match, market settled on the absolute difference which is 2

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Volleyball/Beach Volleyball

249. The settlement of the markets for each match is based on the results provided by the organizing federation.
249.1 In the event of a match being cancelled or postponed to a different date, bets on this match are deemed void.
249.2 If a Golden Set is played it will not count.
249.3 Should a match be abandoned all markets will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.
249.4 Maximum payout is $250,000 (or equivalent).

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Handball

250. The settlement of the markets for each match is based on the results provided by the organizing federation.
250.1 In the event of a match not taking place, bets on this match are deemed void.
205.2 Should a match be postponed all markets will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.
205.3 If Overtime is played it will not count for any markets unless otherwise stated.

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251. Olympics

General Rule

251.1 All wages are settled as
per result at medal/podium ceremony. In the event of a
disqualification, the medal/podium ceremony will count as the final
result and determine settlement of bets. For the Olympic Games all
events will be settled on the official IOC results at the time of the
medal/podium ceremony only.

Archery

251.2 General rule applies.
IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252 (unless otherwise stated)
on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the price the withdrawn
competitor was at the time the bet was struck. Individual market rules
also apply (Please check website.)

Athletics

251.3

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Athletics rules.

Badminton

251.4

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Basketball

251.5

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Basketball rules.

Beach Volleyball

251.3

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Volleyball/Beach
Volleyball rules.

Boxing

251.4

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Boxing/Mixed
Martial Arts rules.

Canoe Slalom/Sprint

251.5

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Cycling BMX/Mountain Bike/Road/Track

251.6

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Cycling rules.

Diving

251.7

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Equestrian

251.8

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Fencing

251.9

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Football

251.10

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Soccer rules.

Gymnastics Artistic/Rhythmic

251.11

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Handball

251.12

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Handball rules.

Hockey

251.13 In case of a match being postponed it will be voided unless it takes place withing 36 hours of the initial scheduled starting time.
251.13.1 Overtime does NOT count for any markets unless otherwise stated.
251.13.2 Should a match be abandoned all markets will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.

Overview Of Specific Markets
251.13.3 2-Way Match Betting does include Overtime

Judo

251.14

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Modern Pentathlon

251.15

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Rowing

251.16

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Sailing

251.17

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Shooting

251.18

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Swimming

251.19

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Surfing/Swimming
rules.

Synchronised Swimming

251.20

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Surfing/Swimming
rules.

Table Tennis

251.21

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Taekwondo

251.22

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Tennis

251.23

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Tennis rules.

Trampoline

251.24

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Triathlon

251.25

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Volleyball

251.26

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck. For
all match and exotic markets please check IASbet Volleyball/Beach
Volleyball rules.

Water Polo

251.27 In case of a match being postponed it will be voided unless it takes place within 36 hours of the initial scheduled starting time.
251.27.1 Should a match be abandoned all markets will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.
251.27.2 If Overtime is played it will NOT count for any markets unless otherwise stated.

Weightlifting

251.28

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

Wrestling

251.29

General rule applies. IASbet reserve the right to apply Rule 252
(unless otherwise stated) on any event. Rule 252 will be applied at the
price the withdrawn competitor was at the time the bet was struck.
Individual market rules also apply (Please check website.)

252. How to Calculate Deductions

E.g.; If you have $10 to win on a 7.00 winner – and total win
deductions are 13c in the dollar:

• This means you will receive 87c in every dollar of the Face Value of
the ticket.

• Face Value: $10 x 7.00 = $70.

• Reduced Face Value: $70 x .87c = $60.90

• Less your $10 outlay leaves a win profit of $50.90.

Schedule of deductions:

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12.00

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Novelty Rules

253. IASbet defines Novelty Betting as any of the following categories – Entertainment, Novelty Bets, Current Affairs, Weather, Music, Hollywood, Pageant and Sports Novelties.
253.1 Any bet inadvertently accepted after the betting has closed or where the event was resolved or at a stage where the customer could have any indication of the outcome will be voided.
253.2 Should a contestant be eliminated from a show, removed by producers or leave of their own accord, they will be settled as a loser. Should that same contestant be re-admitted at a later date, they will be treated as a new contestant and previous bets will not stand.
253.3 Elimination/Eviction markets apply only to official eliminations/evictions. Any contestant leaving of their own accord or removed by producers will not be treated as the next eliminated/evictee for betting purposes. IASbet reserves the right to void all bets placed on an elimination/eviction market should the initial line up for elimination/eviction be changed.
253.4 IASbet reserves the right to add others to any market at any time.
253.5 IASbet is not responsible for the way in which producers conduct their shows. Any late changes to methods of elimination/eviction, addition or subtraction of contestants or any other factors affecting the market are beyond our control.
253.6 Any disputes concerning any entertainment market will be referred to producers for clarification; their decision will be treated as final.
253.7 IASbet reserves the right to suspend any market at any time.
253.8 For the purposes of our markets, we will define an elimination/eviction as the permanent exclusion from the show of a contestant or contestants. Therefore, fake eliminations/evictions will not be considered as winners. Therefore any bets placed on a stipulated elimination/eviction (e.g. first/next) will run until a person is seen to egress the show with no immediate prospect of return.
253.9 IASbet reserves the right to apply a dead heat reduction on any event where more winners are declared than were originally specified.
253.10 In the event of the series been cancelled before an official winner is declared, bets will be settled as a dead heat between the contestants that have not been eliminated. Outright bets on contestants already eliminated will be treated as losing selections.

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Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Bobsleigh, Cross Country Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, Luge, Nordic Combined, Skating, Skeleton, Ski Jumping, Snowboarding.

254.1. Bets are settled on the official results published by the International Ski Federation (FIS), the International Biathlon Union, the Official Olympic Committee, World Curling Federation, and European Curling Federation.
254.2. Winter Olympics- Unless Otherwise Stated within the sports rules (or on the market) Olympics results/settlement will be based on medals/podium position.
254.3. In the event of a disqualification, the medals/ podium ceremony will count as the final result and determine settlement of bets.
254.4. If an event is postponed, bets will stand as long as the event takes place within 48 hours of the initial scheduled time. If the event is cancelled or takes place after this period, bets will be voided.
254.5. Dead Heat Rules will be applied should two or more participants finish in first place.
254.6. Deductions may be applied.
254.7. Head-to-Head Betting: Both competitors must start and at least one must finish the race for the bets to stand.
254.8. Curling: At least one end will need to be completed for bets to stand. If at conclusion of the 10th end the match finishes in a tie, any additional ends will count for all markets.
254.9. Bobsleigh: Bets will be settled on the winning driver and Nationality combination. Any wins bets placed on the winning nationality, but a losing driver will be deemed losers.

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