Rules For Official Bets Scored


Football 55 minutes of play
Basketball (NBA) 43 minutes of play
Basketball (College) 35 minutes of play
Baseball 5 innings of play (see Baseball for details)
Hockey 55 minutes of play
Golf 54 holes of play
Boxing After opening bell is rung
Horses For the race to be official at least 6 horses have to run.
Other Sports For timed events, must have less than 5 minutes remaining

 

All overtime period or extra inning scoring is included in the total when wagering on total scores.  All overtime scoring is included in the second half for half-time wagers.

For soccer games, overtimes will count as the official final score.  However, if no goal is made during this time and the game must go to penalties, the final score prior to the overtime will stand as official.

For straight bets, baseball games are considered official after 5 innings of play (4-1/2 if the home team is winning).  If a game is called or suspended after 5 innings the winner is determined by the score after the last full inning of play, unless the home team scores to tie or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning.  The winner is then determined by the score at the time the game is called. When betting on baseball totals, the game must go 9 innings (8-1/2 if the home team is winning).  You can bet baseball in one of three ways.

Action - You play "Action" when you want to play team versus team regardless of who pitches.  If one of the listed pitchers does not throw at least 1 official pitch there will be a new line and the money line on your play will automatically be adjusted.

List one pitcher - You play "List one pitcher" when you want to play on or against a specific pitcher.  If the pitcher you specify does not start the game then you have no action.  You still have action at an adjusted money line if the other pitcher does not start.  This option is currently not available on our Internet betting.

List both pitchers - You play "List both pitchers" when you want both listed pitchers to start the game.  You have no action if either or both pitchers do not start the game.  This option is currently not available during preseason baseball.

All wagers made over the internet are automatically posted as listed pitchers.