I noticed this on Pinnies as a warning in red. Can someone show me how to find the rules section. I've looked and looked but it beats me. Must be a full moon
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Hover over Help within the orange banner at the top and then choose the Sportsbook Help then in the page you're presented there's an additional horizontal blue banner where you can choose Rules and find out about any particular sport.
Are you saying that set betting, or first set winner bets do not obey these rules and are safe? Would be great to confirm with the U.S. Open underway.
Originally Posted by bioboybill
Wow wndllll, This is very resourceful and timely. Thanks!
Nice thread guys! It would be nice to have the same rules at all books but that would make it too easy on us! I just locked one in at
Bookmaker -335 Hantuchova
BetJamaica +340 King
Betjamaica has these rules Two (2) FULL SETS must be completed
Bookmaker has these rules BookMaker provides all tennis wagers on the individual matches or sets. Betting must be fully completed without player's withdrawal, incapacity or disqualification for bets to stand. If a match is rescheduled due to scheduling, weather problems, bad light, etc. then all bets will have action and all wagers will stand. All tennis future bets are placed as *"All In"* unless otherwise stated. If a player withdraws before participating, then all bets on that player are settled as a loss.
I am a bit confused on bookmakers rules. Are they stating 2 full sets must be complete also?
Lets just have a good game and nobody withdrawels!
I just read wndlll post on betcris 2 full sets must be complete so I think I am safe since bookmaker is a sister book of betcris.
Maybe we should have an ongoing thread of the rules at all the books and put a date next to the book last checked to see if the rules have changed any. Might be quite useful in what we do!
I like the rule differences, they're +EV if you back the fav at the book more likely to void, so only your smaller stake is at risk. Pretty sure Cris/Bookmaker are match-complete ("betting must be fully completed without player's withdrawal"), so although it's academic now, your mis-match was +EV.
Originally Posted by armyvet
Probably true to find more +EV with the rule differences. The favorite won my match earlier in 3 sets so luckily I survived another match!
Originally Posted by Pokebus
I just had a chat with betinternet c/s. Be warned that if you're betting with bonus funds, your bet will be voided in the case of a retirement but your bonus will not be returned
Not sure if this is the same for other books, but worth bearing in mind.
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