Baseball Betting Rules

If a match does not start on the scheduled start date, all bets will be void.

4½ innings rule – If a game is ‘called’, or suspended, winners and losers for betting are official after at least 5 full innings of play unless the home team is leading after 4½ innings. If a game is ‘called’, or suspended the winner will be determined by the score after the last full inning (unless the home team scores to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is called). NB. Suspended games do not carry over.

8½ innings rule – Total and run-line betting (Handicap betting) – The game must go at least 9 full innings (or 8½ innings if the home team is ahead) for bets to have action.

Listed pitchers must start. Wagers with ‘One specified pitcher’ and ‘Listed pitchers must start’ that were placed when the named pitcher was originally listed are no action if the listed pitcher is changed and is then re-listed back to the original pitcher. Pre-game lines – All bets include extra innings unless otherwise stated. Side betting (Money line) – Subject to 4½ innings rule. Game totals/run line – Subject to 8½ innings rule.

For ‘5 Innings Moneyline’ markets, the market will be void if the scores are tied after 5 innings.

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