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Soccer (rule 28)

The following shall apply to soccer-

(1)

All soccer bets shall be settled on the score at full time (90 minutes played plus referee’s optional time). Extra-time, golden-goal and penalties do not count.

(2)

In the event of extra time, a new market will be created.

(3)

Where a bet is struck ”to win outright”, "lift the cup” or "to progress” there shall be no betting on the draw, as extra time, golden-goal or penalties may be required to decide the outcome.

(4)

Prices shall be displayed on both teams as well as the draw. The price on the home team should be displayed first and then the price on the away team or it must be clearly indicated which is the home team.

(5)

If a team plays a different opponent to that which is advertised, or if the venue of a match is the reverse of that displayed, or if the venue is changed to a neutral ground, all bets on that match shall become void. Multiple bets which include that match shall stand with that match being treated as void.

(6)

(a) Where various betting opportunities are offered for the same match (e.g. correct score, first player to score, half-time or full-time result forecast) these cannot be combined in multiple bets where the outcome is related or where the result of one part of the bet contributes or assists in determining the outcome of another part of the bet. Where a multiple bet of this type has been accepted in error, it shall be settled by equally dividing the stake unit where the related outcomes clash; for example: Chelsea to win with the exact score 3-0 (10/1) and Chelsea to win in 90 minutes (1-1) is a related bet and therefore any bets placed on this double would be amended and the stake on the double split between the two individual bets; i.e. if R200 was placed on the double, the bet would be amended to read R100 on Chelsea to win 3-0 (1000/100) and R100 on Chelsea to win in 90 minutes (100/100).

(b) Where various betting opportunities are offered for the same tournament (e.g. pick the finalists, teams to or not to proceed to further stages of the tournament, a team to win a group) these cannot be combined in multiple bets where the outcome is related. When an multiple bet of this type has been accepted in error, it will be settled by equally dividing the stake unit where the related outcomes clash.

(7)

(a) Should a match start and be abandoned prior to the completion of full time and an official result is declared by the governing association of the match or event within 24 hours, relevant bets will be determined on that result, notwithstanding any later changes to the result and/or error. However, in these circumstances, selections which are dependent upon the number of goals scored (including handicap bets) are void.

(b) If a soccer match is officially called off prior to its scheduled completion and an official match result is not declared by the relevant recognised governing body within 24 hours, selections not determined at the time the match is concluded are deemed void. This does not apply to bets already determined at the conclusion of the match (e.g. first goal scorer).

(8)

(a) Settlement of "first or last player to score” bets shall be based on the goal scorer credited with the goal. Own goals do not count.

(b) "First player to score” selections shall become void if the selected player does not take part or takes the field as a substitute after the first goal has been scored.

(c) If a match is abandoned "first player to score” bets will stand provided a goal has been scored.

(d) In "first goal scorer” bets and "any other goal scorer” bets, it means any player besides those quoted (having betting next to their name) in the event. Only players NOT quoted in this event will be taken into account for the "any other player” bets.

(9)

Selections on any matches that are postponed by more than 24 hours after the advertised date, or where there is a change of venue, shall become void.

(10)

Selections are accepted up to kick-off time. Any bet inadvertently taken where the kickoff time was earlier than when the bet was accepted will be void.

(11)

Bets struck "in running” must clearly state "in-running” on the ticket.

(12)

(a) Bets relating to time will be settled according to the timing of the broadcaster’s clock.

(b) Where no clock is available to us, or the game is not on television, then all related bets will be settled according to the information published on the internet or by the Press Association.

(13)

All "soccer specials” are offered as one bet and should any part of the special not be determined for whatever reason, then the whole bet is void as the option was offered as one bet (e.g. Ryan Giggs to score the first goal and Manchester United to win – if Giggs does not play then the bet is void).