CLASSICBET RULES

Please note that these are the rules which govern Classicbet and Account Holders obligations and rights. The conditions of use displayed below take effect from the 7th of February 2014. In the event that these rules do not address a particular situation, then Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing rulings will apply.

1. General

a) By opening a Classicbet account, or placing a wager with Classicbet in any manner, you are bound by the conditions and the terms of trade displayed below. By opening an account or placing a wager in any manner it is accepted that you have read and agreed Rules, Terms of Trade and the Privacy Policy, which is located at the foot of the website Classicbet.com.au under Rules and 'Privacy Policy' Tabs.

b) To open a betting account with Classicbet, you (from here forward refers to a client) must be aged 18yrs or older

c) Classicbet offers a service that gives you the facility to place a bet where it is possible to win or lose.

d) Any rule displayed below is subject to change without notice. Please call Classicbet on 1800 888 100 if you wish to ensure you have the most recent rules.

e) Accounts must only be used by the account holder unless prior written approval is granted by ClassicBet. If bets are placed by another party they may be voided at the discretion of ClassicBet.

2. Client Responsibility

a) The client agrees that by opening an account with Classicbet that their contact details, including phone, email and mailing address, may be used to convey our products, events and promotions. This information remains with Classicbet only.

b) It is the client's responsibility to make certain that their records, including payment, credit card and bank details are up to date. Classicbet reserves the right to suspend an account if this is not managed.

c) It is the client's responsibility to keep their username and password confidential. Should you suspect that the security of your account has become compromised, please alert Classicbet immediately, so that a new password can be issued. Classicbet reserves the right to cancel any transactions made with the previous details.

d) A Client is responsible for all wagers made on their account when the username and password are activated. The only exception is in accordance with rule 2.c). Any wager made by telephone or the Internet where the Username and password have been used will be regarded by Classicbet as being valid and may not be changed or cancelled unless the Client informs Classicbet as soon as feasible after the wager was placed (but before the event has commenced) that the wager was made in error and the initial wager shall only be voided and replaced with another wager at the sole discretion of Classicbet management.

e) To fully activate your Classicbet account and to withdraw funds, Section 3. regarding ID requirements must be completed.

f) It is a clients responsibility to ensure they place all bets unless prior written approval is granted from the Bookmaker. All bets placed by the client can not be placed on behalf of another party. Any bets deemed to be placed on behalf of another party or group may be voided.

3. Client Identification Requirements

a) Clients are to provide sufficient Identification consistent with all Australian Financial Institutions under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Commonwealth). The identification must have proof of name, age and current residential address. Classicbet require 100 points of ID, as set out here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_point_check. This information can either be sent via email (support@Classicbet.com.au) or via fax on 02 8458 5350. Classicbet may complete a VEDA or GreenID check to assist you in this process

b) Identification must be received before the first withdrawal from a clients account. If identification is not received within 90 days of the account being opened, the account will be suspended, with no withdrawals allowed until verification is completed. Any wagers placed prior to the suspension will stand.

c) Clear copies of any credit/debit card used to fund the account may be requested by Classicbet

d) Points Document Type

70 points - Passport, Birth Certificate or Citizenship Certificate. Note: only one item can be used from this category.

40 Points - Your name, photograph and signature on:
- Driver's Licence, Public Service Identification Card; Social Security Identification Card; Tertiary Student Identification Card

35 Points - Your name and address verified by:
- Current or recent employer; Security Document; Mortgage; Land or Council Rates; Land Title Records

25 Points - Your name on:
- Medicare Card; Mastercard; VISA Card

25 Points - Your name and address verified from:
- Electoral Roll; Landlord; Public Utility Records or Driver's Licence that does not have a photo.

25 Points - Your name and address from:
- Trade or Professional Membership Records; Educational Records

25 Points - Your name, address and phone number verified from the latest copy of the directory plus phone contact on that number.

4. Deposits and Withdrawals

a) All transactions are processed in Australia Dollars (AUD)

b) Classicbet clients can deposit into their account via BPay, Poli, direct deposit, cheque telegraphic transfers or credit/debit card. Payment methods may be restricted for overseas clients.

b) If an account is funded using a credit/debit card, the same amount deposited must be refunded to the card from any future winnings.

c) Cardholders may be charged a fee by their own banking institution when depositing funds with Classicbet however clients will not be charged by Classicbet.

d) Any amount deposited into a client's account must be turned over at least once prior to withdrawing.

e) Before any withdrawal can be processed, clients are required to fulfill the Identification requirements set out in Section 3.

f) Deposits and withdrawals must be made by the account holder. Should deposit be made by another party without prior written approval ClassicBet may suspend the account and void bets placed using those monies. Withdrawals will only be made to the account holder. Proof of deposit and source of funds may be required before any withdrawal is made.

g) A maximum of one withdrawal per day is permitted.

h) ClassicBet has a number of options available should you feel that you may have a problem with gambling.

Pre-Commitment Limits (PCL):

Clients that would like to nominate a specific Pre-Commitment Limit can do so by contacting ClassicBet support via email or phone. PCLs apply to 7 day periods and can only be reduced in that time. Should a client wish to increase their PCL they may apply to do so, although any increase will not apply until the following 7 days. Any attempts at depositing over your set PCL will be rejected.

Self Exclusion:

Clients can request to be Self Excluded at any time. ClassicBet will close your account permanently and you will not be able to reopen it to bet on our website, mobile site or via phone. We will also endeavour to close any new accounts that you may attempt to open.

To enquire further into any of the above options, please call 1800 888 001 or email support@classicbet.com.au and our friendly staff will assist you.

5. Refund Policy

1. Effective from January 1st 2014, the refund policy is specific to all deposits made by customers with Classicbet Pty Ltd, this policy is in addition to a customers rights as a consumer under the applicable consumer protection laws and regulations.

2. All monies deposited by customers are held in the customers player account.

3. A customer may request a withdrawal at any time for the part or total amount held in the customers individual players account.

4. In the event there is a dispute as to an amount deposited or any dispute in general relating to the customers deposits the customer is entitled to request a refund.

5. To request a refund the customer is to contact support@classicbet.com.au and outline the issue and the amount of refund requested.

6. Should the request be approved then within 48 hours a refund will be issued, the total amount of the refund will be limited to the lesser of the customers deposit or the balance of the customers account (less any fees to a maximum of 3%)

7. All refunds will be issued via the same method that the deposits were made.

8. In the event the request is not approved the customer will be notified as to the reasons why their request was declined.

9. If the customer is still dissatisfied then they should email support@classicbet.com.au and a manager will contact them directly to resolve the issue.

10. If the issue still cannot be resolved then the customer should contact the Office of Liquor and Gaming NSW via compliance.lgnsw@justice.nsw.gov.au

6. Provision of Credit to Clients

a) By placing a wager with Classicbet that takes your account balance to a negative position, you are agree to the conditions and the terms of trade displayed below. By placing a wager in any manner it is accepted that you are responsible for any debt, have read and agreed to the Rules, Terms of Trade and the Privacy Policy, which is located at the foot of the website Classicbet.com.au under Rules and 'Privacy Policy' Tabs.

b) Classicbet may give credit to certain clients if they meet the appropriate criteria. The Client and Classicbet will agree on a limit that is to be serviced within a designated timeframe. Classicbet will email a payment notice when settlement is due. If the Client fails to service their facility within the designated timeframe, Classicbet reserves the right to suspend this facility. Classicbet reserves the right to amend a credit facility without notice.

c) In Order for ClassicBet to provide credit facilities to approved individuals, we may collect, store, share and use credit eligibility information about you. Information may be collected from you, other credit providers, a credit reporting body or public records. The kinds of credit information we may collect include:

  • Identification: Name, address, DOB and license or passport number
  • Employment details
  • Repayment history
  • Default information
  • Personal insolvency information
  • Information from credit reporting bodies, such as scores or assessments

d) ClassicBet collects this information so that we may manage your credit facility with us. We may also collect, hold, use or disclose this information to:

  • assess credit worthiness
  • enable the recovery of debt
  • notify credit reporting bodies
  • assist or seek to assist you to avoid defaulting on repayment obligations;
  • exchange information with credit reporting bodies in particular Veda Advantage Information Services and Solutions Limited (Veda), or other credit providers as to the status of credit arrangements where you are in default with other credit providers;
  • law enforcement agencies, or other entities where we are required by law

e) Classicbet.com.au and the Client will be required to settle in full any Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance with a debit balance.

f) The statement period ("Statement Period") for a Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance will be a period of seven (7) days ending at 11.59pm to the first Sunday from the activation of a Client's Credit Betting Facility ("Statement Date"), and every seven (7) days thereafter, unless otherwise agreed between Classicbet.com.au and the Client.

g) Statements are available online under 'My Account' or are available at any time upon request.

h) The Client must settle in full an outstanding Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance during the Settlement Period.

i) Clients can settle their Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance by credit card, BPAY, cheque or EFT. Clients agree that should they not settle an outstanding Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance within thirty (30) days of a relevant Settlement Period Classicbet Pty Ltd may, without further notice to the Client, debit the Client's registered account or credit card to settle partly or in full the outstanding Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance.

j) If Clients settle their Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance by cheque and a cheque is dishonoured, then the Client will be liable to pay Classicbet.com.au fee of $16.50 (including GST) per dishonoured cheque

k) If Clients do not settle their Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance in full during the settlement Period, Classicbet.com.au may also suspend or cancel the Client's Account.

l) If a Client has not settled an outstanding Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance within a fourteen (14) day period from their oldest Statement Date with an outstanding debt, Classicbet.com.au may automatically suspend the Client's Account from further betting activity until the Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance is paid in full.

m) If a Client has not settled an outstanding Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance within a twenty one (21) day period from their oldest Statement Date with an outstanding debt, Classicbet.com.au automatically institute formal debt recovery proceedings against the Client to recover the Credit Betting Facility Client Account Balance.

n) Where a Client has not settled their Account Balance for prior Settlement Periods then those prior Settlement Periods must be settled as well.

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Direct Debit Request

7. Fraud

a) Classicbet reserves the right to withhold deposited funds and/or winnings from resulted bets should we determine the account has been misused or used fraudulently. Any matters of inappropriate or fraudulent use may be reported to the relevant authorities. The Member's Account may also be permanently closed.

b) Classicbet 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.

c) Classicbet 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 Classicbet.

d) Classicbet may periodically review Accounts to monitor any activity that it might consider unusual. In this instance, Classicbet reserves the right to suspend an Account pending a full investigation, without notice.

e) Classicbet reserves the right to pay monies upon a fair and true marketplace. Should Classicbet believe a tote manipulation or other manipulation has taken place, we also reserve the right to void any wagers places and close accounts.

8. Classicbet's Reserved Rights

a) Classicbet does not allow persons under the age of 18 years to hold an account. If your children have access to the computer you use to log into the Classicbet website, we recommend the installation of a child protection software package.

b) If any price offered on our website is clearly an operator error (eg. wrong favourite in football or obviously inflated price), we reserve the right to cancel bets placed at this price. Classicbet will attempt to notify Clients of such cancellation by email and or telephone prior to the commencement of the event.

c) Classicbet has made considerable efforts to ensure its sports betting business operates in a fair, prompt and accurate manner. Save to the extent permitted by law (and only to such an extent), Classicbet excludes all warranties (express or implied) relating to its sports betting business and shall not have any liability for direct, indirect or consequential loss, damage, expense or injury suffered by any Client.

d) Subject to rule 7 -c), Classicbet's liability in respect of any claim or loss shall be limited in amount to the relevant wager placed by a client.

e) Classicbet reserves the right to void bets when they believe the account has been used or funded by another party and bets were not those of the account holder.

f) i - Classicbet reserves the right to void any or all wagers made by any individual or group of people acting together either in an attempt to defraud Classicbet or to gain financial benefit through the manipulation of Tote-based dividends, official starting prices or by any other way. This can include persons, relatives, organisations, bookmakers and their employees.

ii - At the Bookmakers discretion, where there is a tote dividend that pays more than 100% greater than the expected dividend based upon fixed odds or market pricing, ClassicBet may instead pay the dividend based upon the fixed odds or market pricing.

iii - Where the Bookmaker suspects tote manipulation or that a client has bet in to small pools to seek a pricing anomaly, the Bookmaker has the right to pay an adjusted dividend based upon fixed odds or market pricing.

g) When a Client has been referred to Classicbet by a third-party, where that third-party is an affiliate or agent of Classicbet, you acknowledge that Classicbet may make commission payments to that third party. Any such payment is unrelated to the odds offered to the Clients of Classicbet.

h) All wagers are placed and received at the 80 William Street, Sydney in New South Wales. These Rules shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of the State of NSW and each Client irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the NSW Courts in respect of any dispute or matter arising from these Rules.

9. Bonus Bets

a) Bonus bets return the winnings to your account excluding the bonus bet stake. For example, a winning $50 Bonus Bet placed on a selection paying $3.00 will credit winnings of $100 into your Account.

b) Bonus bets can be placed in any increment a client wishes above the minimum of $0.50.

c) For any promotion where bonus bets are received, the corresponding deposit must be turned over three times, at odds of $1.50 or greater on racing (or $1.90 for sport if sport allowed by client manager) before a withdrawal can be processed.

d) Bonus bets can be placed in any amount on racing events (free bets cannot be used on sports unless specified by client manager). Bonus bets are subject to the rules in Section 9. on the acceptance of Bets.

e) Rules may vary on some promotions and any variance shall be displayed on the promotion.

f) If after opening an account, clients are provided bonus bets without making a deposit, before they make any withdrawal, they must deposit at least an equal amount and turnover the deposit amount three times (after making the deposit).

g) Referral promotion. The referring client will be provided with referral bonus once the referral has deposited at least $400 and has turnover of at least $600 (at odds greater than $1.50 for racing or $1.90 for sport).

h) Bonus bets are provided at the discretion of the Bookmaker and can be held back or withdrawn at any time if account is closed, used incorrectly or fraudulently.

i) Bonus bets expire 1 month after their application unless otherwise stated.

j) Bonus bets will only be given to one ClassicBet client, per IP address or household address.

k) Bonus bets are not available to professional gamblers, associates and clients abusing bonus bets or offers.

l) Should bonus bet rules be broken or client act fraudulently all bonus bets will be voided and any winnings will not be paid.

m) All winnings from bonus bets must be turned over three times before being withdrawn unless agreed with account manager prior to placing bonus bets.

n) Bets placed on different outcomes in the same event do not count towards the Minimum Turnover Threshold. If there are multiple bets placed on one single event, the turnover is void in this situation, this includes different accounts but deemed by ClassicBet to be from the same IP/Household or group.

o) Bonus bets applied for downloading the app are only given to one ClassicBet client, per device or household address. For clients who have not made a deposit before getting bonus offer, a deposit of at least $50 must be made and then three times turnover of deposit and any winnings from bonus bet/s before withdrawal can be made.

p) New account bonuses are not available to clients in NSW, VIC, SA, WA

10. Placement and the Acceptance of Bets

a) All bets on an Account are considered to be placed and received in the State of NSW, Australia.

b) Classicbet 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 Client's bet include but are not limited to:

i) Client is or may be less than 18 years of age;

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

iii) Client is or may be in breach of these Rules;

iv) Client is or may be in breach of any applicable law; or

v) Client'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 Classicbet's discretion.

c) When a Client is making a bet on their Account via the Internet, it is accepted once the Client submits the bet and a confirmation is received by the client. This will be accompanied by a ticket number.

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

e) In the event a telephone conversation between a Classicbet representative and a Client 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 Client to contact us promptly to confirm the bet the Client wishes to make.

f) Classicbet shall make a voice recording of all telephone calls with Clients when Clients are placing a bet, making a complaint or making a query regarding their Account. The Client agrees to such recordings being made. Where a 'Dispute' (defined below) occurs which cannot be resolved between the Client and Classicbet, the Client agrees that the recording(s) and/or any records of a Client'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.

g) Clients are unable to change or cancel a bet once the bet has been accepted by Classicbet unless the Client informs Classicbet as soon as practicable after the wager was placed (but before the event has commenced) that the wager was made in error and the initial wager shall only be voided and replaced with another wager at the sole discretion of Classicbet management.

h)The minimum bet on the Internet on an Account is $1

i) The minimum bet for an Account via the telephone is a total of $10.

j) '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 (Cwlth), we do not accept live betting over the Internet but may accept live betting via the telephone.

l)In any sporting event where there is a flat line (ie 7.0), and the result falls on that flat number, all wagers are void and refunded. Affected multiple wagers (parlays) will be recalculated excluding that leg.

m) In any MultiBet or parlay, if a leg is voided for whatever reason, then the MultiBet is re-calculated minus that leg. ie. If a Tennis player were to pull out of a game which was included in a four-leg multi, the multi is revised to a three leg treble.

n) Any live betting offered by Classicbet will be displayed on the Website and Clients can call our office to get a quote on any option available. 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.

o) Unless otherwise agreed, the maximum amount that may be paid out on any telephone wager (either single, exotic or multiple wager) is $100,000.

p) Unless otherwise agreed, the maximum amount that may be paid out on any internet wager (either single, exotic or multiple wager) is $50,000.

11. Problem Gambling

a) Classicbet makes every reasonable effort to prevent self-excluded customers from returning and using our service. If you wish to self-exclude yourself, send a SIGNED email through to support@Classicbet.com.au and your account will be suspended indefinitely.

b) If you are a self-excluded customer, you must not attempt to open an Account or place any bets with us. However should you do so, no bets will be honored and no winnings can be claimed. Deposits only will be returned.

c) Classicbet does not market or promote to individuals younger than 18 years old, and we do not market to individuals for whom gambling has become a problem.

d) If you or someone you know has a gambling problem call Gambling Help on 1800 858 858 or visit the website www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au

12. Racing (Thoroughbred/Harness/Greyhounds)

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

b) Where there are seven (7), six (6) or five (5) runners in a race, a place dividend shall be paid on first and second places only. When a Client has bet on a Tote based product, Place wagers will pay down to however many placing's the major Australian TAB's determine as appropriate for that bet type. Major Australian TAB's shall be defined as the Victorian TAB (STAB), the NSW TAB, the Queensland TAB (UBET).

c) Where there are less than five (5) runners in a race, all wagers shall be on a 'Win Only'. If late scratching of a runner or runners reduces the field below five (5) runners, all non-tote place bets will be refunded if there is no possibility for a collect.

d) If a runner is scratched, all bets placed after the declaration of the final field, will be refunded on that runner (providing the bet wasn't placed prior to the barrier draw on an 'All-In' basis.). All other runners will be subject to a deduction, applicable to the face value of winning bets where the bet was placed at a fixed price, for either: Win, Each Way, or Place Only. (Refer 'Schedule of Deductions' Table - Section 12)

e) Below is a description of Classicbet Racing Products on offer. Depending on the status of the race meeting, differing products will be available daily as stated on the Classicbet website.

Best of the Best Premium (BOB) - This product is the Best of either, "Best of 3 Australian TAB prices" or the "Official On-Course Best Fluctuation". Bets must be placed 30 minutes prior to the advertised starting time on selected meetings as displayed on the Classicbet website.
Best Tote Plus SP - This product is the best of either the "Best of the 3 Australian TAB Prices" or the "Official On-Course Starting Price (SP)". SP only applies to the Win Portion of the bet. For Place bets and Each-Way bets the place portion is paid at middle tote. If the race is at an Australian venue that does not send official Bookmaker's prices via the APN, then Classicbet will pay Best of 3 Totes as opposed to Best Tote plus SP.
Best of 3 Totes - This product is the best of the 3 Australian TAB prices. For Place bets and Each-Way bets the place portion is paid at middle tote.
Best of 2 Totes - This product is the better of the dividend declared by either NSW TAB or the Victorian Super TAB. For Place bets and Each-Way bets the place portion is paid at middle tote.
Middle Tote - This product is the middle dividend of the 3 Australian TAB prices.
Win & Place Tote + 5% - Classicbet will pay a dividend 5% higher than the Victorian TAB (STAB) (On profit portion of dividend, not stake). For Place bets and Each-Way bets the place portion is paid at middle tote.
Exotics - All Racing exotics (Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta, First Four and Quadrella) are paid at the dividend declared by the Victorian TAB (STAB).
Best Fluctuation - This product is the Best Price declared by the official On-Course Bookmakers Fluctuations.
Starting Price (SP) - Is the official final bookmaker's price when the race jumps.
Fixed Odds - Fixed Win & Place odds are available on the Classicbet website and once confirmed are not subject to fluctuation. For each way fixed odds bets the place is paid at middle tote. The client should place a win and place bet for fixed odds on both portions of the bet.
MultiBets - A MultiBet (All-Up Bet) is the combination of numerous single bets which multiply the individual odds creating the total dividend. Classicbet accepts MultiBets from 2-10 legs including a combination of Racing and Sports. Classicbet maximum dividend for this product is $10,001. MultiBets cannot be placed on "dependant events"

f) Classicbet may cancel wagers where the Client or Associates have manipulated the pool, subject to adjudication by the relevant state totalisator operator(s) or Harness Racing NSW (HRNSW).

g) Classicbet 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) or HRNSW.

h) If a tote pool goes down either on-line or via the telephone and the pools are distorted, then Classicbet reserves the right to omit these dividends when paying out. ie. If the NSW Tote pool is down, the best of QLD and VIC will be paid for Best Tote Products. For middle tote products, the dividend will be deemed to be the average of the two declared dividends.

i) In the event that one of the Major Australian TAB's for promotional reasons or otherwise, returns elevated dividends due to them foregoing their normal take-out margin, Classicbet reserves the right to declare its Best Tote dividends at the higher of the other two Australian Totes. Nevertheless, under this scenario Classicbet will match the offending TAB's elevated dividend up to and including the first $500 portion of our Members Stake on their initial wager on the runner or runners in question. Only "Win Only and Each Way" single wagers will be eligible (MultiBet's are ineligible) and Classicbet management decision on the matter will be absolute and final.

j) 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 leg.

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

l) 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.

m) Classicbet reserves the right to cancel any bet where Classicbet considers the bet is unfairly advantaged in regards to starting times of events.

n) 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. If the bet was placed at the tote product, Classicbet pays on the re-framed Tote dividends.

o) The Classicbet products and wager types are intended for Bona Fide Clients, that is, those clients who act at all times in good faith, sincerely, without fraud and who place wagers with Classicbet for the purpose of recreation and entertainment.

p) If no bet type is specified, the default bet type will be a Win Only Bet at the applicable Tote Based product.

q) At the discretion of Classicbet management, Tote pools of under $500 may be disregarded in the calculation of Best Tote and Middle Tote dividends.

r) Classicbet reserves the right to restrict the maximum dividend paid out for Win and Place bets to $101.

s) ClassicBet reserves the right to restrict the return on any tote derivative bet to the size of the tote pool.

13. Schedule of Deductions
OddsWin3 Place2 Place
1.050.80.30.44
1.060.80.30.44
1.070.80.30.44
1.080.80.30.44
1.090.80.30.44
1.10.80.30.44
1.120.80.30.44
1.140.80.30.44
1.160.80.30.44
1.180.790.30.44
1.20.780.30.44
1.220.770.30.44
1.240.750.290.43
1.260.740.290.43
1.280.730.290.43
1.30.720.290.42
1.350.690.290.42
1.40.670.280.41
1.450.640.280.41
1.50.620.280.4
1.550.60.270.39
1.60.580.270.39
1.650.570.270.38
1.70.550.270.38
1.750.530.260.37
1.80.520.260.37
1.850.510.260.36
1.90.490.250.36
1.950.480.250.35
20.470.250.35
2.050.460.250.35
2.10.450.240.34
2.150.430.240.34
2.20.420.240.33
2.250.420.240.33
2.30.410.240.33
2.350.40.230.32
2.40.390.230.32
2.450.380.230.32
2.50.370.230.31
2.60.360.220.3
2.70.350.220.3
2.80.330.210.29
2.90.320.210.29
30.310.210.28
3.10.30.20.27
3.20.290.20.27
3.30.280.20.26
3.40.270.190.26
3.50.270.190.25
3.60.260.190.25
3.70.250.190.25
3.80.250.180.24
3.90.240.180.24
40.230.180.23
4.20.220.170.23
4.40.210.170.22
4.60.20.160.21
4.80.190.160.21
50.190.160.2
5.50.170.150.19
60.160.140.18
6.50.140.130.16
70.130.120.16
7.50.120.120.15
80.120.110.14
8.50.110.110.13
90.10.10.13
9.50.10.10.12
100.090.10.12
110.080.090.11
120.080.080.1
130.070.080.09
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14. Jockey Challenge

a) Jockey Challenge bets are available on selected meetings on a 'Win Only' basis.

b) The winning jockey, is the rider who accrues the most points based on the 3-2-1 system where the Jockeys receives 3 points for a winning ride, 2 points for finishing second and 1 point for finishing third. In the event of a tie, dead-heat rules apply . This is regardless of the number of outright winners ridden by the listed jockeys.

c) The "Any Other Individual Jockey" option shall be defined as the points earned by any one individual jockey riding at that meeting outside of the jockeys already nominated in the list of betting options for that meeting.

d) If any Individual Jockey listed in the market does not take part in at least one (1) ride for the meeting, all wagers on the Jockeys challenge for that meeting will be cancelled and monies refunded.

e) For wagers on any Jockey Challenge to stand, all races scheduled for that race meeting must be run and correct weight declared. All bets will be cancelled and monies refunded if the meeting is postponed, abandoned or any race is declared a 'no-race' by stewards.

f) In the event of a race meeting not being completed as originally programmed all declared betting event bets shall be deemed void and moneys are to be refunded, except when it is determined by Racing NSW stewards that a jockey has an unassailable lead, in which case all declared betting event bets stand.

g) In the case of Jockey Challenge betting on a racing carnival should any of the programmed carnival race meetings not be completed in their entirety, all declared betting event bets shall be deemed void and moneys are to be refunded, except when it is determined by Racing NSW stewards that a jockey has an unassailable lead, in which case all declared betting event bets stand.

15. Racing Exotics

a) All Classicbet Racing exotics are paid on winning combinations at the dividends declared by the Victorian TAB (STAB) (Thoroughbreds, Harness and Greyhounds).

b) In the event of a jackpot , the Classicbet dividend is calculated by taking the Victorian TAB (STAB) Jackpot and dividing it by the number of $1.00 winning units. Where the total of winning units held by Classicbet is less than one, the flex % held is multiplied over the jackpot amount to determine the dividend.

c) In the unlikely event that the location where the wager is struck is not covered by the Victorian TAB, the dividend will be paid at the lower dividend displayed by the other two major Australian TAB's.

d) Notwithstanding maximum win limits detailed in section 9, Classicbet reserves the right to limit total payout to any individual(s) on any bet type. If the total Classicbet payout on any bet type exceeds the Victorian TAB tote pool, Classicbet reserves the right to limit the total payout to clients to the amount of the Victorian TAB pool on that particular bet type.

e) In the event of a Dead Heat for any of the place getters, there will be as many dividends as there are correct order combinations as declared by the Victorian TAB (STAB).

f) Classicbet operates on the following Exotics;

QuinellaA Quinella is when two runners are selected to place first and second in any order. If a selected runner is declared a 'non-runner' or scratched after the wager is confirmed, wagers will be refunded on every combination which includes the scratched runner and the combination stands and the wager re-calculated without the scratched runner.
ExactaAn Exacta is when two runners are selected to place first and second in the correct order. If a selected runner is declared a 'non-runner' or scratched after the wager is confirmed, wagers will be refunded on every combination which includes the scratched runner and the combination stands and the wager re-calculated without the scratched runner.
TrifectaA Trifecta is when three runners are selected to place first, second and third in the correct order. If a selected runner is declared a 'non-runner' or scratched after the wager is confirmed, wagers will be refunded on every combination which includes the scratched runner and the combination stands and the wager re-calculated without the scratched runner.
First FourA First Four is when four runners are selected to place first, second, third and fourth in the correct order. If a selected runner is declared a 'non-runner' or scratched after the wager is confirmed, wagers will be refunded on every combination which includes the scratched runner and the combination stands and the wager re-calculated without the scratched runner.
QuadrellaA Quadrella is when the winners are selected in four consectutive races listed on the Quaddie Race card. If a selected runner is declared a 'non-runner' or scratched after the wager is confirmed, wagers will be transferred to the substitute favourite as declared by the Victorian TAB (STAB).

g) ClassicBet has the following maximum payouts per race for racing exotics:
Quinella $5,000
Exacta $10,000
Trifecta $20,000
First Four $20,000
Quaddie $50,000 Gallops, $20,000 Greyhounds, $20,000 Harness

h) FLEXI BETTING allows you to take a Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta, First Four or Quadrella at an outlay to suit your own budget. This way you can have multiple selections for a smaller outlay. Simply make your selections and nominate the total amount you wish to spend on your bet. Your bet will cost whatever you choose – and if you win you will receive a percentage of the full $1 STAB dividend. For example, let's say you wish to box five runners in a Trifecta. This bet would normally cost $60 for a $1 unit. If you decide you want to spend $15, that's all it will cost. $15 represents 25% of a full $1 unit (total cost of $60), meaning if successful, you will receive 25% of the full $1 STAB Trifecta dividend. Thus, if the winning Trifecta dividend is $200 for $1, you will collect $50. The minimum wager for Flexi Betting is $1.

16. Athletics

a) Betting on the winner of an event is offered on an "All-In" basis. No refunds will be given for non-starters or for competitors who retire or are disqualified mid-meet.

b) All declared betting event bets will be settled on the official or podium positions as per the adjudication of the relevant recognised governing body. Subsequent disqualification, promotion of competitors, or any other change is irrelevant for the purposes of determining the result of a declared betting event bet.

c) A participant that is disqualified due to an infringement (eg False Start ) will be deemed to have taken part in the event.

d) For head-to-head match-ups, both competitors must start the event.

17. Australian Rules Football (AFL)

a) 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 'dead heat rule' will apply and all wages will be paid at half face value of the ticket. For any Finals matches or any other Competition which includes extra time, markets will be settled on the completion of extra time, unless the draw is offered in the market.

b) When a match is abandoned or postponed, and played within 3 days of the original scheduled date, all bets stand. Once the 3 days have expired, all single bets are void and wagers refunded. Any MultiBet will be recalculated to exclude that leg.

c) For all statistical based markets (ie Top Goal Scorer, Most Disposals etc), statistics will be taken from the AFL website (www.afl.com.au) for payout purposes.

d) Any bet on a player is refunded if they are not in the final 22.

e) All bets stand regardless of venue change.

f) Premiership markets will include any replays required. A premiership market will not be available once the two grand finalists are known. From this point on, only match betting on the Grand Final will be available.

g) For match betting on a Grand Final, the betting is specific to the next match played. In the case of a draw, bets will be settled and will not carry over to any replay, and a new market will be framed for any subsequent matches.

h) Any bets placed on the 'Most Losses' market, are paid on the team which losses the most games throughout the season. Points deducted because of breaches of rules or regulations are excluded for resulting purposes. In the event of more than one team having the same number of losses, the position will be determined by "For and Against" as published by the governing body.

i) All bets paid on the Top-Vic and Top Non-Vic market are paid at the end of the home and away season.

j) 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. Tribets are settled as any team under in the case of a draw when no extra time is played.

18. Baseball

a) Games are official after 5 innings of play. If the home team is leading, the game is official after 4.5 innings of play. The Money Line is paid on the official result of the game as ratified by the official MLB governing body. The Money Line refers to head- to head-betting on baseball.

b) For Run Line betting, the game needs to go 9 innings or 8.5 innings if the home team is ahead for bets to stand. Run Line betting is the baseball version of handicap betting. The Run Line adds 1.5 runs to the underdog or subtracts 1.5 runs from the favourite.

c) For Run Totals betting, the game needs to go 9 innings or 8.5 innings if the home team is ahead for bets to stand, with the exception being that at any time the Run Total is exceeded, the wager is official.

d) Should either of the nominated pitchers withdraw before throwing a pitch, all single wagers are void and refunded whilst affected multiple wagers will be recalculated excluding that leg.

e) If a game is abandoned or postponed to another date, wagers stand provided the match is played within 24 hours. If the match does not resume in that timeframe, single wagers are void and refunded, whilst affected multiple wagers will be recalculated excluding that leg.

f) First Half wagers are based on the first 5 innings, and the full 5 innings must be played. The Dead-Heat Rule applies.

g) For First Innings wagers, both teams must complete their first innings for bets to stand.

19. Basketball

a) All bets are paid on the official final score which includes any overtime that is played unless otherwise specified.

b) All matches must run to the completion of the designated normal time period in order for bets to stand.

c) If a game is abandoned, postponed to another date, the game must resume within 24 hours otherwise single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected multiple wagers (parlays) will be recalculated excluding that leg.

20. Boxing

a) Where a match is postponed or is listed for replay and is not officially scheduled to be replayed or conducted within three (3) calendar days of the original scheduled completion date, all wagers are void and shall be refunded. Affected multiple wagers will be recalculated excluding that leg.

b) All wagers on either fighter to win will be decided by the judges' decision, which includes points, technical knockout (TKO), knock out (KO) or disqualification.

c) If a price is offered for the Draw, in the event of a Draw all wagers on either boxer to win will all be losing bets and the Draw will be the winning option. If there is a "technical draw" determined by the referee due to an accidental cut or similar, then the bout is deemed a no contest and all wagers will be refunded.

d) In "Pick the Round" betting, if a boxer fails to answer the bell, the fight will be deemed to have ended in the previous round.

e) If the scheduled number of rounds is changed, then all wagers are void and refunded.

f) The official stopping of a round before the sounding of the bell does not constitute a full round. A full round is only considered for wagering purposes to have been completed when the bell sounds signifying the end of the round.

21. Cricket

a) All matches are paid on the official result.

b) In Test Match cricket if the match finishes in a tie, all bets on either team are paid as per the Dead-Heat rule, while bets on the Draw are resulted as losing bets. If a match is officially abandoned, (eg due to dangerous pitch conditions etc) then all undecided bets on the match are void.

c) In all forms of limited over cricket, if the match finishes in a tie all bets are paid as per the Dead-Heat rule unless a subsequent tie-breaker method is used to determine the winner (eg Super-Over, Bowl-off etc) in which case the outcome will be settled on the result of this method. If the match is declared a 'no-result' bets are void. Note that all exotic betting options are resulted prior to any tiebreaker. If a match is transferred to a reserve day, all wagers will stand.

d) Highest Opening Partnership - Both sides must complete their opening partnerships or bets are void unless a result has already been determined. In the event of a tie the Dead-Heat Rule applies. Should one of the opening batsman retire (hurt or otherwise) the partnership is deemed to continue with the next batsman until the first wicket falls. In test match cricket, this market applies to first innings only.

e) Batting Head to Head – Both players must reach the batting crease while a ball is bowled (but not necessarily face a ball) for bets to stand. If either batsman's innings is curtailed by weather or bad light all bets are void unless a result has already been determined. In the event of a tie the Dead-Heat Rule applies.

f) Bowling Head to Head – Both players must bowl a ball for bets to stand. In the event of a tie the Dead Heat Rule applies.

g) First Over Runs – Over must be completed or bets are void, unless the maximum range offered has been achieved. Extras count for settlement purposes.

h) Method of Dismissal - If either player retires hurt before the wicket falls, or there is no wicket, bets are void. 'Any Other' option includes hit wicket, handled ball, obstructing the field, timed out or hit the ball twice.

i) Hi Bats/Most Wickets – Player must be in starting eleven for bets to stand but they do not have to face or deliver a ball. In the event of a tie, dead heat rules apply . For limited over cricket, 50% of originally scheduled overs for each innings must be completed for bets to stand unless target has been reached or team has been bowled out. For test match cricket, 50 overs must be completed for bets to stand unless the innings has reached its natural conclusion (including declaration).

j) Highest 1st 6/15 overs – Bets void if both teams do not face the full amount of overs unless target has been reached or team has been bowled out. In the event of a tie the Dead-Heat Rule applies

k) Most Sixes/Run Outs – Must be a match result for bets to stand. Bets void if 2nd innings is incomplete unless team batting 2nd has exceeded 6s or run outs from the 1st innings or 2nd innings reaches its natural conclusion (bowled out or reach target). The team that hits the most sixes/loses the most wickets to run outs will be the winner.

l) First Innings Lead – Both teams must be bowled out or declare their first innings for bets to stand. In the event of a tie, dead heat rules apply .

m) Series Correct Score – If the number of matches to be played in a series changes from the number envisaged by the market offered, all bets are void.

n) Top Series Run Scorer / Wicket Taker – In the event of a tie the Dead-Heat Rule applies.Betting is 'All In' and bets will stand if at least one game has been completed in the series.

22. Cycling

a) Cycling bets are settled as per the official classification listing at the time of the podium presentation. Any overturned decisions are not recognised for betting purposes.

b) Outright markets are conducted on an "All-In" basis. No refunds will be given for non-starters. This will include any Group Betting where the number of competitors is 9 or more.

c) For any Head to Head bets, both cyclists must cross the starting line for bets to stand.

23. Darts

a) At least 3 legs must be played or bets will be void unless otherwise specified.

24. Golf

a) Bets are refunded for any player that does not tee off in any tournament. (Unless it is ALL-IN Market)

b) All Tournament Betting includes any playoff holes.

c) For the Place portion of Each Way bets and other placing bets (ie Top 10), the dead heat rule will apply for players tied for the bottom position.

d) When a tournament is shortened, wagers will be settled on the official result regardless of the number of rounds played. If any bets have been placed at the conclusion of a days play in a tournament where there is no further play, those bets will be void and refunded.

e) Where a tournament is postponed or is listed for replay and is not officially scheduled to be replayed or conducted within three (3) calendar days of the original scheduled completion date all wagers will be void and bets shall be refunded.

f) In all Group Betting markets (ie Tournament Head to Heads, Round Matchups or Three Balls or Tournament Group Betting), all players must tee off for bets to stand. Playoffs are excluded for betting purposes.

g) In any group market, the winner is the player who completes the most holes, and if the players have completed the same amount of holes, the player with the lowest score is deemed the winner.

h) For any market featuring a player to lead at the end of round, that round must reach completion for bets to stand.

i) In any Make/Miss the Cut market, the player must complete at least 36 holes for bets to stand.

j) A player is deemed to have made the Cut if the player is eligible to play the round after the Cut is made even if the player chooses not to play on.

25. Gridiron

a) All bets are paid on the official final score which includes any overtime that is played unless otherwise specified.

b) All matches must run to the completion of the designated normal time period in order for bets to stand.

c) If a game is abandoned, postponed to another date, the game must resume within 24 hours otherwise single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected multiple wagers (parlays) will be recalculated excluding that leg.

26. Handball

a) All bets are paid on the result from the official governing body. Match much run to completion for bets to stand otherwise all bets will be refunded.

27. Ice-Hockey

a) For all NHL matches, all Match Winner, Line and Totals markets include any overtime and shootout. If a shootout takes place to decide the outcome of a match, only one goal will be awarded to the winning team. The only market to be resulted at the conclusion of normal time is the Regulation Winner market.

b) All matches must run to the completion of the designated normal time period in order for bets to stand.

c) If a game is abandoned, postponed to another date, the game must resume within 24 hours otherwise single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected multiple wagers (parlays) will be recalculated excluding that leg.

28. Motor Racing

a) All bets placed on Motor Racing are settled results will be determined based on the initial declaration of the official result of the race by the relevant recognised governing body. The result will not be affected by any subsequent protests, processes or amendments to placings.

b) In the case of individual races where the drivers for individual cars are not known 48 hours prior to the scheduled commencement time of the race, betting will be conducted on the winning car rather than the winning driver.

c) All outright markets are conducted on an "All-In" basis. Therefore no refunds are paid on any competitor who is a non-starter.

d) For Head to Head matchups, both drivers must cross the starting line for bets to stand. If either car fails to finish, the winner will be the car or driver that has completed the most laps. Should both cars or drivers have completed the same number of laps dead heat rules apply.

29. Netball

a) All bets on Match Winner, Line and Totals markets are paid on the official final score which includes any overtime that is played unless otherwise specified.

b) All matches must run to the completion of the designated normal time period in order for bets to stand.

c) All Margin Bets and Half Time/Full Time Doubles are paid on the result at the end of normal time. Extra time is not included.

d) If a game is abandoned, postponed to another date, the game must resume within 24 hours otherwise single bets are void and wagers will be refunded. Affected multiple wagers (parlays) will be recalculated excluding that leg.

30. Rugby League

a) Payouts are based on the official declared result, including the end of any additional extra time. If the result of a match is a Draw after extra time, Dead Heat rules apply for Head to Head markets. Conditions do apply to some specific markets, namely with a Draw as any option. HT/FT Doubles and all Margin Bet types are resulted at the end of normal time and excludes any extra time played. A price for the Draw will always be included in margin betting.

b) Where a match is postponed or is listed for replay and is not officially scheduled to be replayed or conducted within three (3) calendar days of the original scheduled completion date, the match shall be treated as abandoned and all declared betting event bets shall be refunded. Any multi bet will be recalculated to exclude that leg.

c) For Time of First/Last Try Markets, payouts are based on the official clock.

d) Any bet on a player is refunded if they are not in the squad of 17.

e) All bets stand regardless of venue change.

f) Any bets placed on the 'Most Losses' market, are paid on the team which losses the most games throughout the season. Points deducted because of breaches of rules or regulations are excluded for resulting purposes. In the event of more than one team having the same number of losses the position will be determined by "For and Against" as published by the governing body.

g) All bets paid on the Top-NSW and Top Non-NSW market are paid at the end of the home and away season.

31. Rugby Union

a) Payouts are based on the official declared result, including the end of any additional extra time. If the result of a match is a Draw after extra time, Dead Heat rules apply for Head to Head markets. Conditions do apply to some specific markets, namely with a Draw as any option. HT/FT Doubles and all Margin Bet types are resulted at the end of normal time, excludiny any extra time played. A price for the Draw will always be included in Margin Betting.

b) When a match is abandoned or postponed, and played within 3 days of the original scheduled date, all bets stand. Once the 3 days have expired, all single bets that have not already reached a conclusion are void and wagers will be void. Any MultiBet will be recalculated to exclude that leg.

c) Any bets placed on the 'Most Losses' market, are paid on the team which losses the most games throughout the season. Points deducted because of breaches of rules or regulations are excluded for resulting purposes. In the event of more than one team having the same number of losses the position will be determined by "For and Against" as published by the governing body.

d) For Time of First/Last Try Markets, payouts are based on the official clock.

e) Any bet on a player is refunded if they are not in the squad of 22.

f) All bets stand regardless of venue change.

g) For Six Nations betting, the grand slam refers to a victory against all other teams in the competition. The Triple Crown refers to one of England, Scotland, Ireland or Wales defeating the three other teams in the market. Draws are not considered victories.

32. Snooker

a) For bets to stand both players must start the match and the match must run to completion.

33. Soccer

a) All bets are paid on the result at the end of normal time. This includes any injury time added by the referee. Extra time and penalty shootouts do not count in determining the final result of any match where a Draw price is quoted.

b) For some matches, a 'To Qualify/Progress or Tournament Winner' market may be available. For these markets, no Draw price is quoted therefore the result is paid at the conclusion of the match whether that be in normal time, extra time or after a shootout.

c) All exotic markets unless specified are always paid at the conclusion of normal time (including injury time).

d) When a match is abandoned or postponed, and played within 2 days of the original scheduled date, all bets stand. Once the 2 days have expired, all single bets that have not already reached a conclusion are void and wagers will be void. Any MultiBet will be recalculated to exclude that leg.

e) For all "First Goal Scorer" markets, "To Score A Goal" markets, etc. - if no goals are scored all bets are deemed losers.

34. Surfing

a) All bets stand regardless of the length of any delay or change of venue.

b) All outright markets are based on an 'All-In' basis. No refunds will be given for non-starters.

c) For each-way betting, dead heat rules apply for surfers knocked out in the semi-final stage.

d) For Heat Betting, all surfers in that heat must enter the water for bets to stand.

35. Swimming

a) Betting on the winner of an event is offered on an "All-In" basis. No refunds will be given for non-starters or for competitors who retire or are disqualified mid-meet.

b) All bets will be paid on the official result as per the podium presentation. Should a race be abandoned or postponed and not scheduled to be replayed within 3 days, all bets are void and wagers will be refunded. No doping cases will be considered and as such the podium result will be deemed binding regardless of further protests or changes to the official result.

c) A participant that is disqualified due to an infringement (eg False Start) will be deemed to have taken part in the event.

36. Tennis

a) Matches must run to completion for bets to stand. The only exception being for Totals Bets, if the total has already been exceeded the wager shall be considered complete.

b) All bets on the 'Set Betting' market are void if the match does not run to completion.

c) 1st Set Score and 1st Set Winner bets are finalised upon completion of the first set regardless if the remainder of the match runs to completion.

d) Any bets on the Tournament Winner are placed on an 'All-In' basis. No refunds will be given for non-starters.

37. Volleyball

a) All bets paid on the official result as per the governing body.

b) Match must run to completion for bets to stand

c) Any points tallied during the so called 'Golden Set' (aka 6th Set) will not count for settlement of that particular match.

38. Yacht Racing

a) Outright markets (including Handicap Betting) are conducted on an "All-In" basis.

b) All bets are settled as per podium placing. Post-podium, Classicbet does not recognise overturned decisions for betting purposes.

39. Olympics

a) Betting on the winner of an event is offered on an "All-In" basis. No refunds will be given for non-starters or for competitors who retire or are disqualified mid-meet.

b) All bets will be paid on the official result as per the podium presentation. Should a race be abandoned or postponed and not scheduled to be replayed within 3 days, all bets are void and wagers will be refunded. No doping cases will be considered and as such the podium result will be deemed binding regardless of further protests or changes to the official result.

c) A participant that is disqualified due to an infringement (eg False Start) will be deemed to have taken part in the event.

40. Other (Non Sport/Specials )

a) All bets are valid until a result is officially declared, regardless of any delays in the announcement, extra voting rounds etc. which would be needed for the outcome to be announced.

b) Once a contestant has been eliminated/evicted from a TV show, that bet is deemed to have lost. Should the same participant re-enter the competition at a later date, he/she will be treated as a new contestant, thus previous bets will be settled as lost.

c) In the event of the show terminated before an official winner is declared, bets will be settled as a tie (dead heat) between contestants who have not been eliminated. Any bet placed on a contestant who has already been eliminated will be deemed as lost.

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