Related Contingencies

When a single selection is taken to win more than one event, the only bets available at the current odds are singles. Special prices will apply to all bets on the same selection to win more than one event; for example, a particular player to score a goal and for their team to win a game or a particular horse to win a trial race and a subsequent event of greater value. If a multiple bet is taken in error on the same selection to win more than one event, it will be settled at the special price if one were available. If no special price were available, then the bet will revert to two singles, with the stake divided equally. When betting opportunities are offered from the same event, these cannot be combined in multiple bets if the outcome is related; As an example of this, one particular country to win the World Cup cannot be combined with a player from that country finishing as the top goal scorer in the competition. The only exception to this is where special prices are made available, such as score casts in football. If a multiple bet of this type has been accepted in error it will be settled at the special price if one were available. If no special price were available, then the bet will revert to two singles at the original prices, with the stake divided equally.


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