a. General Cricket Rules

1) In cases where no odds have been offered for a tie and the match/offer ends in a tie, bets would be settled according to the so-called “dead-heat” rule where the payout would be calculated after the odds are divided and multiplied by the stake, irrespective whether the net payout is lower than the Account Holder's stake. Should such provision be in place it would be listed in conjunction with the bet offer. In competitions where other means are used to determine a winner after a tie (‘Bowl out’ or ‘Super over’) then offers will be settled based on the result after such prolongations are completed.

2) “Highest Opening Partnership” requires that both sides complete their opening partnerships with the exception of those situations where an outcome has already been determined.

3) “Batting” Head to Heads require that both players be at the batting crease while a ball is bowled, though not necessarily facing a ball. In case either batsman’s innings are not completed bets will be voided with the exception of those situations where an outcome has already been determined.

4) “Bowling” Head to Heads require that both players bowl at least 1 ball for bets to stand.

5) Total “Batsman Runs” (Over/Under) require the innings to be completed. In cases where a batsman's innings is ended by weather or bad light, all bets where a result has not been determined will be declared void. A result is deemed to have been determined if a Batsman has passed the Run total at which the bet was accepted, has been dismissed or an innings is declared. For example, if a Batsman's

score stands at 50 ‘Not-Out’ when a game or innings is terminated due to bad light or rain, all bets on 50.5 Runs will be voided. However, all bets on “Over 49.5 Runs” will be considered as winning while bets on “Under 49.5 Runs” will be settled as losing. Should a batsman retire due to injury, his score at the end of his team's innings will be considered as the result for that bet.

6) In “Fall Of Next Wicket” betting should either batsman retire due to injury before a result has been determined all bets will be declared void. A result is deemed to have been determined if the Innings total has passed the Run total at which the bet was accepted. If a team declares or reaches their target, the total achieved by the batting team will be the result of the market. If a partnership is disrupted due to weather all bets will stand, unless there is no further play in the match. In such case all bets where a result has not been determined will be declared void.

7) For “Next Over” betting (Over/Under & Odd/Even), extras are included for settlement purposes. Bets will be void if the Over is not completed unless a result has already been determined. Market refers only to the listed Over (e.g. “5th Over” refers to Over number 5, i.e. the Over directly following Over Number 4).

8) In “Race to X Runs” both players must open the batting for bets to stand.

9) For “First Over” Runs the Over must be completed for bets to stand, unless the maximum range offered has already been achieved. Any Extras count for settlement purposes.

10) For “First Scoring Play” betting, should Runs be scored from a “No ball”, extras will be deemed as the winner.

11) In “Wicket 1st Over” betting the Over must be completed for bets to stand, unless a wicket has already fallen.

12) In “Next Man Out” betting bets will be settled as void if either player retires due to injury before the wicket falls or there is no further wickets. Both named Batsmen must be batting at the fall of the nominated wicket for bets to stand.

13) For “Method of Dismissal” betting bets will be void if either player retires due to injury before the wicket falls or there is no further wickets. ‘Any Other’ includes hit wicket, handled ball, obstructing the field, timed out or hit the ball twice.

14) For Odd/Even betting a ball must be bowled for bets to stand.

15) "Top Batsman" and "Top Bowler" bets placed on any player not in the starting 11 will be declared void. Bets on players who are selected but do not bat or field will be settled as losers.

16) Settlement of betting on "Wides" will be based on the "Runs" scored from "Wides" and not the number of "Wides" bowled.


b. Limited Overs (including One-Day Internationals, Twenty20s & Domestic One-Day cricket)
1) Should a match be transferred to a ‘reserve’ day, all bets will remain valid.
2) Head to Head betting pays on official result. In the event of a tie, dead heat rules as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules might apply unless a subsequent tiebreaker method is used to determine the winner (e.g. super over, bowl-off), in which case the outcome will be settled on the result of this method. Should the match be declared a 'no-result' all bets are void. Any other betting on the match (example High Bats, Most Sixes, Batting & Bowling Head to Heads etc.) will not include any outcomes deriving after the dispute of the tiebreaker.
3) “Top Batsman/Bowler” requires a minimum of 20 overs to be bowled per innings of a One Day Match, unless a team is All-Out or the match is completed, or a minimum of 5 overs to be bowled per innings of a Twenty 20 match, unless a team is All-Out or the match is completed.
4) For “Total Team Runs” betting, all bets will be declared as void should the number of Overs be reduced due to weather, or any other reason, from the standard scheduled number of Overs in a Twenty 20 match or any other limited Overs match. Should the outcome of such offers be already decided before the interruption and no further play would possibly change the outcome of such bets, then these will be settled accordingly.
5) For “Highest 1st 6/15 Overs” bets will be void if both teams do not face the full amount of overs unless target has been reached or the team has been bowled out. In the event of a tie dead heat rules as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules might apply.
6) For “Most Fours/Sixes/Wides/Run-outs” betting, should the intervention of rain (or any other delay) result in the number of Overs being reduced from those initially scheduled at the time the bet was accepted, then all open bets will be declared void granted that the reduction per Innings is of 3 or more Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 5 or more in other limited Overs matches. In case that the reduction per Innings is of 2 or less Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 4 or less Overs in other limited Overs matches bets will stand. Should the outcome of such offers be already decided before the interruption and no further play would possibly change the outcome of such bets, then these will be settled accordingly.
7) For “Total Fours/Sixes/Wides/Run-outs” betting, should the intervention of rain (or any other delay) result in the number of Overs being reduced from those initially scheduled at the time the bet was accepted, then all open bets will be declared void granted that the reduction per Innings is of 3 or more Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 5 or more in other limited Overs matches. In case that the reduction per Innings is of 2 or less Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 4 or less Overs in other limited Overs matches bets will stand. Should the outcome of such offers be already decided before the interruption and no further play would possibly change the outcome of such bets, then these will be settled accordingly.
8) For “Winning Margin” bets are void if there is any reduction in the original scheduled Overs for either team.
9) Highest Individual Score bets are void if there is any reduction in scheduled Overs for either team unless a “Century” has already been scored.
10) In Team of Highest Individual Score there must be an official match result for bets to stand.
11) For “Team of Top Batsman” betting, should the intervention of rain (or any other delay) result in the number of Overs being reduced from those initially scheduled at the time the bet was accepted, then all open bets will be declared void granted that the reduction per Innings is of 3 or more Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 5 or more in other limited Overs matches. In case that the reduction per Innings is of 2 or less Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 4 or less Overs in other limited Overs matches bets will stand. Should the outcome of such offers be already decided before the interruption and no further play would possibly change the outcome of such bets, then these will be settled accordingly. In the event of a tie, dead heat rules might apply as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules.
12) For “Fifty/Century in Match” betting, should the intervention of rain (or any other delay) result in the number of Overs being reduced from those initially scheduled at the time the bet was accepted, then all open bets on Most Sixes/Run-Outs will be declared void granted that the reduction per Innings is of 3 or more Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 5 or more in other limited Overs matches. In case that the reduction per Innings is of 2 or less Overs in a Twenty 20 match, and of 4 or less Overs in other limited Overs matches bets will stand. Should the outcome of such offers be already decided before the interruption and no further play would possibly change the outcome of such bets, then these will be settled accordingly.


c. Test Matches/First Class Matches (including domestic cricket e.g. Sheffield Shield)
1) If a match is officially abandoned (e.g. due to dangerous pitch conditions) then all undecided bets on the match are void.
2) In “Match Result” betting in the event of a tie (where both teams have completed two innings each and have the same score) all bets to win on either team might be paid as a dead heat, as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules, while bets on the draw are losing bets.
3) In “Draw No Bet” offers, bets are void if the match finishes in a draw or tie.
4) In “Double Chance” offers, bets will be void if the match finishes in a tie.
5) Settlement of “Most Points” offers will be based on who has most points awarded for the match (e.g. Sheffield Shield).
6) “Top Batsman/Bowler” (innings) offers require 50 Overs to be completed for bets to stand, unless the Innings has reached its natural conclusion (including ‘Innings declared’).
7) “Top Batsman/Bowler” (match) offers require 50 Overs to be completed for bets to stand, unless the Innings has reached its natural conclusion (including ‘Innings declared’).
8) For “Innings Runs” offers all bets will be void if 50 overs are not bowled, unless an innings has reached its natural conclusion, or is declared. If an innings is declared at any point bets will be settled on the declaration total.
9) “Session Runs” betting requires 20 overs to be bowled in a session for bets to stand.
10) For “Test Match Finish” offers, where a match finishes in a draw, the winner will be deemed as ‘Day 5, Session 3’.
11) “Highest Opening Partnership” offers apply to first innings only.
12) “First Innings Lead” offers require both teams to be bowled out or declare their first innings for bets to stand. In the event of a tie, dead heat rules as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules might apply.
13) “First Innings Century” offers require 50 overs to be bowled unless a result has already been determined or the innings has reached its natural conclusion (including innings declared).
14) For "Fifty/Century/Double Century in match" in either Test or First class matches, bets will be void in drawn matches where the number of Overs bowled is less than 200, unless a result has already been determined.
15) For "Fifty/Century/Double Century in match" in ‘Home/Away 1st Innings’ of either Test or First class matches, bets will be void unless the Innings reaches its natural conclusion (including ‘Innings declared’) or a result has already been determined.
16) For "Fifty/Century/Double Century in match" in Either 1st Innings of either Test or First class matches, bets will be void unless both Innings reach their natural conclusion (including ‘Innings declared’) or a result has already been determined.
17) For "Fifty/Century/Double Century in match" in ‘Home/Away 2nd Innings’ of either Test or First class matches, bets will be void in case the number of Overs bowled for that Innings is less than 50, unless a result has already been determined.


d. Series/Tournament Betting
1) Should no draw odds be offered for a “Series Winner” bet and the series is drawn, all bets will be declared void.
2) If a tournament is not completed but a winner or winners are declared by the governing body, bets are paid on the winner(s) as declared (dead heat rules as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules might apply). Should no winner be declared then all bets will be settled as void.
3) All tournament betting includes Finals, unless otherwise stated.
4) If for any reason, the number of matches in a Series is changed and does not reflect the number envisaged in the offer all “Series Correct Score” offers will be declared void.
5) In “Top Series Runscorer/Wicket Taker” offers where a tie occurs, dead heat rules apply, as explained in Clause 1 of the General Cricket Rules. No refunds will be issued on players not participating. At least one game must be completed in the tournament/series for bets to stand.
6) Bets referring to a particular player/teams' performances in a Series/Tournament will not take into account any statistics accumulated from warm-up matches.