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Baccarat

Overview

The objective of the game is to predict whose hand, the Banker's or the Player's, will be closer to the value of nine. You can also wager on the possibility of a tie. Baccarat is played with an 8 deck shoe. The decks are shuffled before each round.


Card values

Card

Value

King

0

Queen

0

Jack

0

Ten

0

9

9

8

8

7

7

6

6

5

5

4

4

3

3

2

2

Ace

1

If the value of the hand is ten points or more, subtract ten, and the remainder is the baccarat point value of the hand. Suits are not important.

Example:

8 + 7 = 15 Baccarat value = 5

5 + 5 = 10 Baccarat value = 0


Baccarat Rules

To play a game of Baccarat, place a wager in the banker’s, and/or players and/or Tie betting circle. The player and the banker are then each dealt two cards face up. In certain cases, a third card is dealt to the player or the banker or both. The hand closest to 9, wins.

The first cards goes to the PLAYER, the second to the BANKER and the next two follow suit (the third to the PLAYER and the fourth to the BANKER)

If either hand (BANKER or PLAYER) totals 8 or 9 on the initial deal, (each of these numbers is called a NATURAL) then no additional cards are dealt and the winner is the one who has a number nearer to 9. In the case that both the PLAYER hand and the BANKER hand have equal totals, the game result is a tie. In case someone has bet on TIE the pay is done, otherwise there is no pay.

In case no hand gets 8 or 9, the game continues as follows:

If the PLAYER, with the first two cards, gets 0 through 5, he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 6, 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

If the BANKER, with the first two cards, gets 0, 1 or 2 he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

In all the other cases, when the BANKER gets 3, 4, 5 or 6, this chart is followed:

 

Draws when Player's Third Card is:

Stands when Player's Third Card is:

3

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9-0

8

4

2-3-4-5-6-7

1-8-9-0

6

4-5-6-7

1-2-3-8-9-0

6 (Stands if Player does not draw a third card)

6-7

1-2-3-4-5-8-9-0

 

DRAWS: a third card is dealt STANDS: no third card is dealt


Payout

Wagers placed on the Player pay 1:1 of the original wager amount if the player wins.

Wagers placed on the Banker pay 1:1of the original wager amount minus a 5% house commission if the banker wins. Wagers placed on a Tie pay 9:1 of the original wager amount if a tie occurs; that is to say when both the player and banker’s hands are of equal value. Wagers placed on either the Banker or the Player are returned if a tie occurs.

 

Blackjack

Blackjack Overview

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after dealing each hand or hands. You may play up to three hands at once.

The aim is to beat the Dealer's hand by either getting a higher value hand, without exceeding 21, or by the Dealer's hand going bust.


Playing Blackjack

Select a chip size by clicking on one of the chip denomination that you want.

Place a wager by clicking the center betting circle in the play area; continue clicking the wager circle until you have placed the number of chips you want to wager.

To increase your wager left-click on the betting circle. The wager will increase one chip at a time.

To reduce or remove a wager, right-click on the betting circle. The wager will decrease one chip at a time.

Once you have the chips in the bet circle, click the Deal button. Both you and the dealer are dealt two cards. The Dealer is dealt two cards, one card face-up and one card face-down. Your cards are both dealt face up.

Depending on the cards you are dealt, different betting options will be given. You can perform more than one option, or repeat one option, depending on the stage of the game.

The betting options are:

Hit - Click the Hit option if you want the Dealer to deal you another card from the deck.

Stand - Click the Stand button if you do not wish to receive any more cards. The dealer will then play his hand in order to complete the game.

Split - Click the Split button to divide your hand into two separate hands. A new card is then dealt to each hand. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. Note that Aces can only be split once.

Double Down - Click the Double button in order to place a side wager equal to your original. Chips will automatically be added to the table and you will get only one card.

Take Insurance - Click the Insurance button in order to place a wager equal to half your original wager against the Dealer getting a Blackjack. This option is only given when the dealer is showing an Ace.

Example: Use the Insurance option if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. You take Insurance against the Dealer getting a Blackjack.


Game Rules

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after the completion of every game.

The Dealer checks for a Blackjack when he is dealt a 10 or an Ace. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the game is over.

Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21.

All face cards - Jacks, Kings and Queens, have a value of 10.

Aces can have a value of either 1 or 11.

All other cards have their face value.

You may draw up to nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards, provided the value of your hand does not exceed 21. If your hand does not exceeded 21 after receiving eleven cards, your hand automatically Stands, and the Dealer plays his hand.

The Dealer Hits on a soft 17.

If the Dealer's hand exceeds 21, it is bust, and you automatically win.

If you are dealt an Ace and a card with a value of 10, you have Blackjack. Your hand automatically Stands. Your hand cannot be beaten, only matched. When your hand and the Dealer's hand tie, it is called a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If both the Dealer and your hand have Blackjack, this is considered a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If the Dealer gets Blackjack after you have Split or Doubled Down, the entire wager amount is lost.

Splitting

You can Split two cards of the same value, such as a Queen and a Ten, or two Fours. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand.

If you Split a pair of Aces and then draw a card with a value of 10, this is not Blackjack, although it has a value of 21.

This rule also applies to splitting pairs of cards with a value of 10.You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Aces are only Split once.

If you Split a pair of Aces, each Ace is dealt one card, and the hand automatically Stands.


Double Down

You can Double Down after receiving your first two cards.

The Double Down wager is equal to your original wager amount.

You can Double Down after a Split.


Insurance

You can take Insurance if the Dealer's first card is an Ace.

The Insurance wager is equal to half your original wager amount.

Insurance wager wins or losses are independent from your original wager.

Insurance only covers your original hand. It does not cover any second hands on a Split, or a Double Down wager.

If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance wager is removed from the table. The game continues.

If the dealer has Blackjack, the Insurance wager is paid out at odds of 2:1.

Insurance - This is a side wager against the possibility of the Dealer getting Blackjack. You can take Insurance if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. Insurance costs half your original wager.

Push - This is when your hand and the Dealer’s hand tie. You are paid your original wager.

Split - You can Split two cards with the same Denomination or Value, such as a King and a Jack, or two Sevens. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand. Therefore, your wager is doubled. A new card is dealt to each hand and you play these hands as normal. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Ace are only Split once.

Stand - This is when you are satisfied with the value of your hand and do not want to draw any more cards. This ends the play of your hand. The Dealer plays their hand and both hands are compared.

Value - Value refers to the numerical value of a card. Jack, Queen and King have the value of 10. The Ace card has a value of either 1 or 11.


Payout

If you win with a Blackjack you are paid out at odds of 3:2 on your original wager, in other words, you win back one and a half times your original wager amount, plus your original wager.

If you have a winning hand but not a Blackjack, you are paid out at odds of 1 to 1 on your original wager.

Example: You bet 100. If you win, you get your 100 back, plus 100 profits.

If you lose against a Dealer’s Blackjack and have taken Insurance, you are paid out at odds of 2 to 1 on your Insurance wager, in other words, you get your original wager amount back plus the insurance amount.

Example: You bet 100 and pay 50 insurance. If dealer does not have blackjack you get your 150 back, plus 50 profits.

 

 

Roulette

Roulette Overview

 

The game of Roulette is played by spinning a small ball on a round wheel with thirty-seven numbered slots (French or European roulette). When the wheel stops, the ball comes to rest in one of these slots. The object of Roulette is to correctly predict the slot in which the ball will land. By predicting the right number, you earn a payoff on your bet. The size of the payoff depends on the nature of the bet placed.

 

How to Play

 

Select the amount you would like to wager on a given spin by clicking the left mouse button on a chip, and clicking on the appropriate betting fields of the gaming table.

 

Your total bet will be displayed in the "Total Bet" window.

 

You may repeat the bets placed in your last game by clicking on the repeat button. If you have selected to repeat your last round's bet, you will then have the chance to double that bet, provided you have sufficient funds available.

 

If you place a wager that is lower than the minimum table bet limit, you will receive a pop up message.

 

If you place a bet that is higher than the maximum table limit, a tooltip will appear reminding you of the maximum bet limit and you will not be able to place the bet.

 

You can place many different kinds of bets on the Roulette table. Each type of bet covers a certain range of numbers, and each type has its own payoff rate. The short lines of three numbers are called rows on the board, while the longer lines of twelve numbers are called columns.

 

The first five types of bets are all made on the numbered space or on the lines between them and are called inside bets, while the last three types are made on the special boxes below and to the left of the board and are called outside bets. The different types and payoffs for each bet type are summarized below:

 

 

Bet Type Explanation

 

Straight Up - Place your chips directly on any single number (including zero).

 

Split Bet - Place your chips on the line between any two numbers.

 

Street Bet - Place your chips at the end of any row of numbers. A street bet covers three numbers.

 

Corner Bet - Place your chips at the corner where four numbers meet. All four numbers are covered.

 

Line Bet - Place your chips at the end of two rows on the intersection between them. A line bet covers all the numbers in both rows, for a total of six numbers.

 

Column Bet - Placing a chip in one of the boxes marked "2 to 1" at the end of the columns covers all the numbers in that column, for a total of twelve numbers. (The zero is not covered by any of the columns).

 

Dozen Bet - Placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12" covers those twelve numbers in the sequence of numbers 1 to 36.

 

Red/Black, Even/Odd, 1 to 18/19 to 36 - A chip placed in one of these six boxes on the board covers the 18 numbers on the board as described in that box. (The zero is not covered by any of these boxes.) Each box covers eighteen numbers.

 

Special Bets - These are a number of multiple bets that are traditional to the game. Each bet covers a different group of numbers. These bets are available through the special bets button. Payouts vary for these bets.

 

Neighbor Bets - These are bets which can be placed according to the numbers as they appear on the roulette wheel, rather than the roulette table. These can be accessed by clicking on the special bet icon and are available on the corresponding text ladder or the relevant part of the wheel map.

 

Casino

Baccarat

Overview

The objective of the game is to predict whose hand, the Banker's or the Player's, will be closer to the value of nine. You can also wager on the possibility of a tie. Baccarat is played with an 8 deck shoe. The decks are shuffled before each round.

 

Card values

Card

Value

King

0

Queen

0

Jack

0

Ten

0

9

9

8

8

7

7

6

6

5

5

4

4

3

3

2

2

Ace

1

If the value of the hand is ten points or more, subtract ten, and the remainder is the baccarat point value of the hand. Suits are not important.

Example:

8 + 7 = 15 Baccarat value = 5

5 + 5 = 10 Baccarat value = 0

 

Baccarat Rules

To play a game of Baccarat, place a wager in the banker’s, and/or players and/or Tie betting circle. The player and the banker are then each dealt two cards face up. In certain cases, a third card is dealt to the player or the banker or both. The hand closest to 9, wins.

The first cards goes to the PLAYER, the second to the BANKER and the next two follow suit (the third to the PLAYER and the fourth to the BANKER)

If either hand (BANKER or PLAYER) totals 8 or 9 on the initial deal, (each of these numbers is called a NATURAL) then no additional cards are dealt and the winner is the one who has a number nearer to 9. In the case that both the PLAYER hand and the BANKER hand have equal totals, the game result is a tie. In case someone has bet on TIE the pay is done, otherwise there is no pay.

In case no hand gets 8 or 9, the game continues as follows:

If the PLAYER, with the first two cards, gets 0 through 5, he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 6, 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

If the BANKER, with the first two cards, gets 0, 1 or 2 he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

In all the other cases, when the BANKER gets 3, 4, 5 or 6, this chart is followed:

 

Draws when Player's Third Card is:

Stands when Player's Third Card is:

3

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9-0

8

4

2-3-4-5-6-7

1-8-9-0

6

4-5-6-7

1-2-3-8-9-0

6 (Stands if Player does not draw a third card)

6-7

1-2-3-4-5-8-9-0

 

DRAWS: a third card is dealt STANDS: no third card is dealt

 

Payout

Wagers placed on the Player pay 1:1 of the original wager amount if the player wins.

Wagers placed on the Banker pay 1:1of the original wager amount minus a 5% house commission if the banker wins. Wagers placed on a Tie pay 9:1 of the original wager amount if a tie occurs; that is to say when both the player and banker’s hands are of equal value. Wagers placed on either the Banker or the Player are returned if a tie occurs.

Blackjack

Blackjack Overview

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after dealing each hand or hands. You may play up to three hands at once.

The aim is to beat the Dealer's hand by either getting a higher value hand, without exceeding 21, or by the Dealer's hand going bust.

 

Playing Blackjack

Select a chip size by clicking on one of the chip denomination that you want.

Place a wager by clicking the center betting circle in the play area; continue clicking the wager circle until you have placed the number of chips you want to wager.

To increase your wager left-click on the betting circle. The wager will increase one chip at a time.

To reduce or remove a wager, right-click on the betting circle. The wager will decrease one chip at a time.

Once you have the chips in the bet circle, click the Deal button. Both you and the dealer are dealt two cards. The Dealer is dealt two cards, one card face-up and one card face-down. Your cards are both dealt face up.

Depending on the cards you are dealt, different betting options will be given. You can perform more than one option, or repeat one option, depending on the stage of the game.

The betting options are:

Hit - Click the Hit option if you want the Dealer to deal you another card from the deck.

Stand - Click the Stand button if you do not wish to receive any more cards. The dealer will then play his hand in order to complete the game.

Split - Click the Split button to divide your hand into two separate hands. A new card is then dealt to each hand. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. Note that Aces can only be split once.

Double Down - Click the Double button in order to place a side wager equal to your original. Chips will automatically be added to the table and you will get only one card.

Take Insurance - Click the Insurance button in order to place a wager equal to half your original wager against the Dealer getting a Blackjack. This option is only given when the dealer is showing an Ace.

Example: Use the Insurance option if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. You take Insurance against the Dealer getting a Blackjack.

 

Game Rules

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after the completion of every game.

The Dealer checks for a Blackjack when he is dealt a 10 or an Ace. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the game is over.

Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21.

All face cards - Jacks, Kings and Queens, have a value of 10.

Aces can have a value of either 1 or 11.

All other cards have their face value.

You may draw up to nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards, provided the value of your hand does not exceed 21. If your hand does not exceeded 21 after receiving eleven cards, your hand automatically Stands, and the Dealer plays his hand.

The Dealer Hits on a soft 17.

If the Dealer's hand exceeds 21, it is bust, and you automatically win.

If you are dealt an Ace and a card with a value of 10, you have Blackjack. Your hand automatically Stands. Your hand cannot be beaten, only matched. When your hand and the Dealer's hand tie, it is called a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If both the Dealer and your hand have Blackjack, this is considered a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If the Dealer gets Blackjack after you have Split or Doubled Down, the entire wager amount is lost.

Splitting

You can Split two cards of the same value, such as a Queen and a Ten, or two Fours. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand.

If you Split a pair of Aces and then draw a card with a value of 10, this is not Blackjack, although it has a value of 21.

This rule also applies to splitting pairs of cards with a value of 10.You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Aces are only Split once.

If you Split a pair of Aces, each Ace is dealt one card, and the hand automatically Stands.

 

Double Down

You can Double Down after receiving your first two cards.

The Double Down wager is equal to your original wager amount.

You can Double Down after a Split.

 

Insurance

You can take Insurance if the Dealer's first card is an Ace.

The Insurance wager is equal to half your original wager amount.

Insurance wager wins or losses are independent from your original wager.

Insurance only covers your original hand. It does not cover any second hands on a Split, or a Double Down wager.

If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance wager is removed from the table. The game continues.

If the dealer has Blackjack, the Insurance wager is paid out at odds of 2:1.

Insurance - This is a side wager against the possibility of the Dealer getting Blackjack. You can take Insurance if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. Insurance costs half your original wager.

Push - This is when your hand and the Dealer’s hand tie. You are paid your original wager.

Split - You can Split two cards with the same Denomination or Value, such as a King and a Jack, or two Sevens. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand. Therefore, your wager is doubled. A new card is dealt to each hand and you play these hands as normal. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Ace are only Split once.

Stand - This is when you are satisfied with the value of your hand and do not want to draw any more cards. This ends the play of your hand. The Dealer plays their hand and both hands are compared.

Value - Value refers to the numerical value of a card. Jack, Queen and King have the value of 10. The Ace card has a value of either 1 or 11.

 

Payout

If you win with a Blackjack you are paid out at odds of 3:2 on your original wager, in other words, you win back one and a half times your original wager amount, plus your original wager.

If you have a winning hand but not a Blackjack, you are paid out at odds of 1 to 1 on your original wager.

Example: You bet 100. If you win, you get your 100 back, plus 100 profits.

If you lose against a Dealer’s Blackjack and have taken Insurance, you are paid out at odds of 2 to 1 on your Insurance wager, in other words, you get your original wager amount back plus the insurance amount.

Example: You bet 100 and pay 50 insurance. If dealer does not have blackjack you get your 150 back, plus 50 profits.

 

 

Carribean Stud

Caribbean Stud Poker Overview

Played between you and the dealer, the objective of Caribbean Stud Poker is to complete the game with the strongest poker hand. It is played with a single deck of cards that are shuffled before each game.

The dealer is dealt 5 cards; four of them face down, one card face up. You are dealt 5 cards face up. Based on your hand, you can choose to Raise or Fold. Winnings are paid out based on a comparison of your hand and the dealer’s.

 

Rules of Caribbean Stud Poker

Please note that in order to play Caribbean Stud Poker you must have enough credits to place both, ante and bet.

To start, place a wager in the Ante circle and click Deal. Five cards are dealt to you face up, and five cards are dealt to dealer, with only one of them face up. You may decide to Raise or you may Fold.

If you choose Raise, you have to bet double the ante. The dealer then reveals his hand. Your hand and dealer's hand are compared and the hand with the highest rank wins. In the event that player and dealer are holding the same flush or straight, hands are ranked by suits in the following order: Spades, Hearts, Diamonds and Clubs. Winnings are paid according to the Payout table.

Note that the dealer must have at least an Ace-King combination or higher to qualify. If the dealer's hand does not qualify, you are paid your wager and double your ante, regardless of the value of your hand. If the dealer's hand does qualify, you are paid out according to the Payout Table and receive double your ante.

If you Fold, dealer reveals his cards, but your ante is lost, regardless of what kind of hand the dealer is holding.

 

The Paytable

Royal flush

800 to 1

Straight flush

200 to 1

Four of a kind

25 to 1

Full House

10 to 1

Flush

7 to 1

Straight

5 to 1

Three of a kind

3 to 1

Two pair

2 to 1

One pair or less

1 to 1

 

Roulette

Roulette Overview

 

The game of Roulette is played by spinning a small ball on a round wheel with thirty-seven numbered slots (French or European roulette). When the wheel stops, the ball comes to rest in one of these slots. The object of Roulette is to correctly predict the slot in which the ball will land. By predicting the right number, you earn a payoff on your bet. The size of the payoff depends on the nature of the bet placed.

 

How to Play

 

Select the amount you would like to wager on a given spin by clicking the left mouse button on a chip, and clicking on the appropriate betting fields of the gaming table.

 

Your total bet will be displayed in the "Total Bet" window.

 

You may repeat the bets placed in your last game by clicking on the repeat button. If you have selected to repeat your last round's bet, you will then have the chance to double that bet, provided you have sufficient funds available.

 

If you place a wager that is lower than the minimum table bet limit, you will receive a pop up message.

 

If you place a bet that is higher than the maximum table limit, a tooltip will appear reminding you of the maximum bet limit and you will not be able to place the bet.

 

You can place many different kinds of bets on the Roulette table. Each type of bet covers a certain range of numbers, and each type has its own payoff rate. The short lines of three numbers are called rows on the board, while the longer lines of twelve numbers are called columns.

 

The first five types of bets are all made on the numbered space or on the lines between them and are called inside bets, while the last three types are made on the special boxes below and to the left of the board and are called outside bets. The different types and payoffs for each bet type are summarized below:

 

 

Bet Type Explanation

 

Straight Up - Place your chips directly on any single number (including zero).

 

Split Bet - Place your chips on the line between any two numbers.

 

Street Bet - Place your chips at the end of any row of numbers. A street bet covers three numbers.

 

Corner Bet - Place your chips at the corner where four numbers meet. All four numbers are covered.

 

Line Bet - Place your chips at the end of two rows on the intersection between them. A line bet covers all the numbers in both rows, for a total of six numbers.

 

Column Bet - Placing a chip in one of the boxes marked "2 to 1" at the end of the columns covers all the numbers in that column, for a total of twelve numbers. (The zero is not covered by any of the columns).

 

Dozen Bet - Placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12" covers those twelve numbers in the sequence of numbers 1 to 36.

 

Red/Black, Even/Odd, 1 to 18/19 to 36 - A chip placed in one of these six boxes on the board covers the 18 numbers on the board as described in that box. (The zero is not covered by any of these boxes.) Each box covers eighteen numbers.

 

Special Bets - These are a number of multiple bets that are traditional to the game. Each bet covers a different group of numbers. These bets are available through the special bets button. Payouts vary for these bets.

 

Neighbor Bets - These are bets which can be placed according to the numbers as they appear on the roulette wheel, rather than the roulette table. These can be accessed by clicking on the special bet icon and are available on the corresponding text ladder or the relevant part of the wheel map.

 

Slots

How to play

Slots are the easiest to play and probably those games where you will have most fun.

When you first get into a slot game you will see that almost every game has these three settings:

BET LINES – Select how many lines you want to play. Slots vary from 3 to 30 lines. More lines gives you more possible winning combinations and more increases your chance to win.

COIN VALUE – You are betting 1 coin per line. Select value of each coin. To calculate your bet value, multiply Bet Lines and Coin Value.

BET LEVEL – Bet level multiplies your total pay-in per game.

Once you are fully satisfied with the setup, click Spin.

 

Payout

Each game has its own specifics. When you are playing, click the PAYTABLE button to get full list of winning combinations.

 

Video Poker

General Overview

First you have to select how many chips does he want to bet. All video pokers have 5 different betting options and are played with a single deck of cards. A sample of the paytable is shown below.

Game consists of two main rounds and a potential double up game. Game begins when you click Deal button. You are dealt 5 cards of which you must choose which to hold for the next ronund. You may change all 5 cards. To hold a card, a card must simply be clicked. You must click Draw button in order to get second round of cards. Cards which were marked with Hold, will not be changed. If your hand qualifies for the payout, based on the payout table, you are offered bonus game, allowing you to double up your winnings. You may decide not to go into the double up bonus game.

 

Double Up Bonus game

When you qualify for a payout, you have a chance to double up your winnings. Each time this situation occurs you will be asked if you want to double up. If you want to, you will then enter a game where you are confronted with 5 cards, one of them is face up, and the other four are face down. You may select only one card. Selected card must be of higher value (or equal in some examples) than the card face up. If the card you selected is higher than the card face up, your winnings are doubled and you are offered another double up. If the card you selected was lower value than the face up card, you lose your initial winning.

 

Sample paytable

Please note that paytable may vary from game to game.

Number of coins played

1

2

3

4

5

Royal Flush

250

500

750

1000

4000

Straight Flush

50

100

150

200

250

4 of a kind

25

50

75

100

125

Full House

6

12

18

24

30

Flush

5

10

15

20

25

Straight

4

8

12

16

20

3 of a kind

3

6

9

12

15

2 pair

2

4

6

8

10

Jacks or better

1

2

3

4

5

 

Sportsbook

Bet Slip

BET SLIP

Bet slip is your virtual betting ticket. It displays your bet selections with various information and betting options.
 
 
 
Number in brackets shows the number of selections on the bet slip.
 
You can organize your selections in three ways: place them as Single bets, as Combi bets, or as System bets. 

  
 
 
Each selection displays the name of the match, bet type (Match Winner), selected winner, and odds.
 
You can remove selections individually or all by clicking on the appropriate X. 
 

 

 
SHOW LIMITS displays the max amount you can stake on each bet.
 
BET MAX automatically stakes the max amount on each bet.
 
 
 
 
 
Total odds displays the sum of all odds, which depends on selected bet types.
 
Number of bets displays total number of bets placed.
 
Stake per bet allows you to stake an equal amount of money on each individual bet quickly. This field is empty if you place your stakes individually.
 
TOTAL STAKE displays the total amount placed on the bet slip.
 
Possible winnings displays the total return (bets placed plus net profit).
 
It is possible that while you are organizing your bet slip, the odds of some selections have changed. If checked, you will be able to place the bet. If unchecked, you will have to confirm the new odds before placing the bet.
 

 

 
If you are a whale, you can request a higher stake.
 

 

 
Click to place your bet.

 

SINGLE BET

Single bet is an individual stake on each selection.
 

 
Calculate your expected return by multiplying your stake with the (decimal) odds. E.g. if you bet €10 on a winning selection with 2.50 odds, the total return will be:
 
€10 * 2.50 = €25,
 
out of which €10 is initial bet and €15 is your net profit.


COMBINATION

HINT: When you select two or more bets, bet slip automatically switches to Combination display.
 

 
Combination bet combines all selections on the bet slip into one bet. Every selection must win for the combination bet to win. 
 

 
The return of the combination bet is calculated by multiplying the bet amount with the (decimal) odds of each bet.
 
If you stake €10 on a 3 bet combination with odds 1.06, 1.14, and 2.50, calculate your expected return like this:
 
€10 * 1.06 * 1.14 * 2.50 = €30.21
 

 
What and how it actually happens:
 
€10 is staked on odds of
1.06, which returns €10.60, staked on
1.14, which returns €12.084, staked on
2.50, which returns €30.21, the total return.
 
Keep in mind if any bet in the series loses, the combination bet is lost. 
 
For comparison, three single bets of €3.33 (€10 bet split into 3 equal bets) on the same odds would yield a combined return of €3.5298 + €3.7962 + €8.325 = €15.65, which is about half the amount of the combination bet. It is obvious the appeal of the combination bet is in its higher total return at the expense of a higher risk.
 
You can combine up to 20 (twenty) bets on different events under one combination bet.
 

 
Depending on how many selections are combined, the combination bets have their own names:
 
Double is a combination bet on the outcomes of two events. 
 
Treble is a combination bet on the outcomes of three events. 
 
Fourfold is a combination bet on the outcomes of four events. 
 
All subsequent n-fold bets are dubbed Accumulator

 

SYSTEM

System bet allows you to bet on any or all combination bets possible within your selection. With system bets it is possible to have a positive return even if some of the selections don't win.
 
This is what your bet slip may look like if you select the SYSTEM view:
 

 

 
You have four selections with corresponding odds on your bet slip.
 
A = 1.06
B = 1.14
C = 2.50
D = 1.40 
 
You can bet on four separate bets on a single bet slip:
 

Bet on 4 possible singles within your selection:
A
B
C
D
 
1/4 is technically not a system bet, it is equal to placing 4 single bets of the same amount.
 

Bet on 6 possible doubles within your selection:
A+B
A+C
A+D
B+C
B+D
C+D
 
2/4 is a system bet on 6 double bets of the same amount.
 

Bet on 4 possible trebles within your selection:
A+B+C
A+B+D
A+C+D
B+C+D
 
3/4 is a system bet on 4 treble bets of the same amount. 
 

Bet on the four-fold within your selection:
A+B+C+D
 
4/4 is a system bet on 1 four-fold combination bet where all selections must win to gain a return. 
 

 
If you stake €10 on each outcome and combination, calculate possible expected return like this:
 
Four single bets of €10 each return:
A > €10 * 1.06 = €10.60
B > €10 * 1.14 = €11.40
C > €10 * 2.50 = €25.00
D > €10 * 1.40 = €14.00
Total = €61.00
 
Six double bets of €10 each return:
A+B > €10 * 1.06 * 1.14 = €12.08
A+C > €10 * 1.06 * 2.50 = €26.50
A+D > €10 * 1.06 * 1.40 = €14.84
B+C > €10 * 1.14 * 2.50 = €28.50
B+D > €10 * 1.14 * 1.40 = €15.96
C+D > €10 * 2.50 * 1.40 = €35.00
Total = €132.88
 
Four treble bets of €10 each return:
A+B+C > €10 * 1.06 * 1.14 * 2.50 = €30.21
A+B+D > €10 * 1.06 * 1.14 * 1.40 = €16.92
A+C+D > €10 * 1.06 * 2.50 * 1.40 = €37.10
B+C+D > €10 * 1.14 * 2.50 * 1.40 = €39.90
Total = €127.13
 
Four-fold bet of €10 returns:
A+B+C+D > €10 * 1.06 * 1.14 * 2.50 * 1.40 = €42.29
 
Total possible return is therefore:
€61.00 + €132.88 + €127.13 + €42.29 = €363.30
 
For a total wager of (4 + 6 + 4 + 1) * €10 = €150 the possible net profit is €213.30
 
If any of the selections (A, B, C, or D) don't win, combinations that include non-winning selections don't win either, so remove them from all equations to calculate the correct return.

Bet Types

3-WAY, 2-WAY

3-way bet means the event has three possible outcomes: home win (1) or draw (X) or away win (2), like in football.
 
2-way bet means the event has two possible outcomes: either one side wins or the other does, like in tennis.
 
HINT
Be careful not to mistake football elimination matches (where matches cannot end in a draw) as a 2-way bet, because most popular bets on football matches apply to regular time result (90 minutes + additional time), which can end in a draw, but the match itself cannot, hence over time and eventually penalties. These are covered by separate bets.

 

BANKER

Banker is regarded as the selection you really trust to win. Marking a selection as the banker means that only combinations including the respective selection can be bet on. 
 
Let's say you have four selections with the following odds on your bet slip:
 
A = 1.50
B = 2.00
C = 1.10
D = 1.35 
 
Let's say you really feel C is a sure winner and you want to centre your system bet around it, ignoring all combinations between the rest of the selections.
 
Mark the C as the banker and the bet slip offers you the following combinations:
 
1/4 means you are betting on all possible singles (no change here, single bets are not combinations) within your selection (A, B, C, and D). 
2/4 means you are betting on all 3 possible doubles that include C (A+C, B+C, and C+D). 
3/4 means you are betting on all 3 possible trebles that include C (A+B+C, A+C+D, and B+C+D). 
4/4 means you are betting on the four-fold that obviously includes C (A+B+C+D). 
 
Let's say you are ready to stake €10 on each outcome and combination. Calculate possible expected return like this:
 
Four single bets of €10 each return:
A > €10 * 1.50 = €15
B > €10 * 2.00 = €20
C > €10 * 1.10 = €11
D > €10 * 1.35 = €13.50
Total = €59.50
 
Three double bets of €10 each return:
A+C > €10 * 1.50 * 1.10 = €16.50
B+C > €10 * 2.00 * 1.10 = €22
C+D > €10 * 1.10 * 1.35 = €14.85
Total = €53.35
 
Three treble bets of €10 each return:
A+B+C > €10 * 1.50 * 2.00 * 1.10 = €33
A+C+D > €10 * 1.50 * 1.10 * 1.35 = €22.275
B+C+D > €10 * 2.00 * 1.10 * 1.35 = €29.70
Total = €84.975
 
Four-fold bet of €10 returns:
A+B+C+D > €10 * 1.50 * 2.00 * 1.10 * 1.35 = €44.55
 
Total possible return is therefore:
€59.50 + €53.35 + €84.975 + €44.55 = €242.375
 
For a total wager of (4 + 3 + 3 + 1) * €10 = €110 the possible net profit is €132.375
 
If the banker selection C doesn't win, you lose your system bet (except for the three single bets on A, B, and D, if you placed them).
 
If any of the remaining selections (A, B, or D) don't win, combinations that include non-winning selections don't win either, so remove them from all equations to calculate the correct return.

 

HANDICAPS

Handicap bets are a way of making certain matches more interesting for betting purposes. Matches with big difference in quality between the competing sides tend to have very low and unatractive odds on the favourites to win.  
 
Since risking a big sum of money to gain a relatively small amount in return is not an attractive betting prospect, bookmakers can "even the field" by handicapping the favourite with point deficit. 
 
Handicaps come in many forms, but the most basic distinction is between 3-way and 2-way handicaps.
 
3-way handicap

 
The main purpose of 3-way (you can bet on draw as a final result) handicap bets is to neutralize the advantage of one team over the opposition. This is done by altering the starting result in favour of the side that is very likely to lose.
 
This is best explained by an example:
 
Germany and Faroe Islands kick it off in the qualifying match for the European Championship. Germany is playing at home and is a clear favourite, so the odds on them winning the match are discouragingly low. Bookmakers therefore decide to allow the Faroe Islands a head start of 2 goals. This means that for the purpose of this bet the starting result would be 0:2 in favour of the Faroe Islands.
 
The bet is offered as:
 
3-way handicap (0:2)
Germany 1.50    Draw 4.20    Faroe Islands 5.30
 
Check the table below to see how the final result is generated depending on how many goals each team scores during the match: 
 
 
      Germany scores (goals)
0    1    2    3    4    5
Faroe    
Islands    
score    
(goals)    
0     0:2    1:2    2:2    3:2    4:2    5:2
1     0:3    1:3    2:3    3:3    4:3    5:3
2     0:4    1:4    2:4    3:4    4:4    5:4
 
Bets on Germany win if Germany scores 3 goals or more than the Faroes. 
Bets on draw win if Germany scores exactly 2 goals more than the Faroes.
Bets on Faroe Islands win if Germany scores up to 1 goal more than the Faroes.
 
2-way handicap

 
The main purpose of 2-way handicaps is eliminating the draw as a betting option. This can be done in several ways.
 
Asian handicap 0 – Draw No Bet – Level handicap
 
Asian Handicap 0 is an increasingly popular bet type in matches where draw is a fairly common result, but unattractive as a bet. No point or goal advantage is given to any side, but a draw result is removed and is considered a push with stakes returned. This effectively reduces the chance of losing money from 66% to 33%.
 
Comparison between 3-way and draw no bet types, bet is placed on Home win: 
 
     Match result     
     Home win    Draw    Away win     
3-way    WIN    LOSE    LOSE    < 33% chance of winning, 66% chance of losing
Draw No Bet    WIN     PUSH     LOSE    < 33% chance of winning, 33% chance of losing
 
To demonstrate the Draw no bet in action, let's use the same scenario as in 3-way handicap demonstration:
 
Germany and Faroe Islands kick it off in the qualifying match for the European Championship. Germany is playing at home and is a clear favourite, so the odds on them winning the match are discouragingly low. 
 
Draw no bet eliminates the draw result as a betting option. If the match actually ends in a draw, it is considered a push and you will get your money back. Draw no bet is offered as:
 
Draw no bet
Germany 1.07    Faroe Islands 16.00
 
All things considered, these odds are still pretty low, so bookmakers can resort to more attractive handicaps, which are explained below. 
 
Asian handicap 1 – Whole point handicap
 
Similar to the 3-way handicap, the purpose of 2-way whole point handicaps is neutralizing the advantage of one team over the opposition. Again this is done by altering the starting result in favour of the side that is very likely to lose by assigning a whole point/goal deficit to the favourite side in order to even the field and offer more lucrative odds. 
 
However in 2-way whole point handicap you can only bet on Home win or Away win. The draw is eliminated and is considered a push with stakes returned. 
 
Asian whole point handicap bet is offered as:
 
2-way handicap
Germany (-2) 1.87    Faroe Islands (+2) 3.10
 
The calculation for end result is the same as in 3-way handicap, the difference is only in the status of the draw result (coloured blue below), which is not a money losing result if you bet on any side to win:
 
 
      Germany scores (goals)
0    1    2    3    4    5
Faroe    
Islands    
score    
(goals)    
0     0:2    1:2    2:2    3:2    4:2    5:2
1     0:3    1:3    2:3    3:3    4:3    5:3
2     0:4    1:4    2:4    3:4    4:4    5:4
 
Bets on Germany win if Germany scores 3+ goals more than the Faroes. 
Bets on Faroe Islands win if Germany scores up to 1 goal more than the Faroes.
Bets push if Germany scores exactly 2 goals more than the Faroes.
 
Asian handicap 0.5 – Half point handicap
 
Another way of eliminating the draw as the end result is assigning the favourite side a -x.5 point or goal deficit. Since scoring half a point or goal is not possible, the end result can never even out in the game, which eliminates draw as the betting option as well as a possible end result.
 
Let's keep the Germany vs Faroe Islands example and set the handicap at -1.5 for Germany. This means that Faroe Islands lead by 1.5 goals from the start of the match. The end result is calculated as: 
 
 
      Germany scores (goals)
0    1    2    3    4    5
Faroe    
Islands    
score    
(goals)    
0     0:1.5    1:1.5    2:1.5    3:1.5    4:1.5    5:1.5
1     0:2.5    1:2.5    2:2.5    3:2.5    4:2.5    5:2.5
2     0:3.5    1:3.5    2:3.5    3:3.5    4:3.5    5:3.5
 
Bets on Germany win if Germany scores 2+ goals more than the Faroes.
Bets on Faroe Islands win if Germany scores up to 1 goal more than the Faroes.
 
Asian quarter point handicap
 
Quarter point handicap bet is not a bet type, but rather a one step bet split between whole point and half point handicap bets. In other words the stake amount on the quarter point handicap bet is equally divided between the nearest whole point and nearest half point handicap.
 
Examples:
0.25 > stake is split between level handicap (0) and Half point handicap (0.5)
0.75 > stake is split between Half point handicap (0.5) and Whole point handicap (1)
1.25 > stake si split between Whole point handicap (1) and Half point handicap (1.5)
etc.
 
NOTE! Many sites use the term "combination of whole point and half point handicap bets", but technically it is not a combination in the betting sense of the term. Remember: in combinations all bets need to win in order for you to win the combination bet. In quarter point handicaps this is not at all true. 
 
Quarter point handicap is offered as:
 
2-way handicap
Germany (-1.25) 1.95    Faroe Islands (+1.25) 2.87
 
If we set the handicap at -1.25 on Germany, this means that your bet is divided equally between Whole point handicap (Germany at -1) and Half point handicap (Germany at -1.5). The end result is calculated as:
 
 
      Germany scores (goals)
0    1    2    3    4
Faroe    
Islands    
score    
(goals)    
0     0:1     0:1.5     1:1     1:1.5     2:1     2:1.5     3:1     3:1.5     4:1     4:1.5 
1     0:2    0:2.5    1:2    1:2.5    2:2    2:2.5    3:2
3:2.5    4:2    4:2.5
2     0:3    0:3.5    1:3    1:3.5    2:3    2:3.5    3:3
3:3.5    4:3    4:3.5
 
Bets on Germany win if Germany scores 2+ goals more than the Faroes.
Bets on Faroe Islands win if Germany scores as many goals as the Faroe Islands or less.
If Germany score exactly 1 more goal than the Faroes, the whole point handicap bet (-1) pushes and half of your bet is returned to your account, and the half point handicap bet (-1.5) loses, so the other half of your bet is lost.

 

TOTALS

Asian half or quarter point principle can also be applied to the Totals over/under market. Half or quarter points are assigned to final point/goal tally.  
 
Asian total over/under half points

 
This is a classic 2-way bet. Since scoring half a point or goal is not possible, the final goal count can never even out in the game, so the even/draw option is eliminated and push is not possible.
 
Asian total is offered as:
 
Asian total
 
Over 1.5 1.25     
Under 1.5 5.00
 
Bets on Over win if there are two goals or more.
Bets on Under win if there is one goal or zero goals.
 
Asian total over/under quarter points

 
Asian quarter point total bet is not a bet type, but rather a one-step bet split between whole point and half point total bets. Similar to Asian quarter point handicap, the over/under bets on quarter point totals are split equally between the nearest whole point and half point over/under.
 
Asian total is offered as:
 
Asian total
Over 2.25 1.75     
Under 2.25 3.75
 
This means the stake is split between the Whole point total (2) and the Half point total (2.5).
 
If there are zero goals or 1 goal, both Over bets are lost. Consequently both bets on Under have won.
If there is exactly 2 goals, the Over 2 bet pushes (stake is returned) and the Over 2.5 bet is lost. Consequently the Under 2 bet also pushes (stake is returned) and the Under 2.5 bet wins.
If there are 3 or more goals, both Over bets win. Consequently both Under bets are lost.
 

Odds

PROBABILITY AND ODDS

Probability – x out of y

 
Probability is a mathematical tool of measuring chances in percentage terms. Probability of an outcome is calculated as
 
number of outcomes in favour / number of all possible outcomes
 
and read as x out of y (or x in y).
 
E.g. the probability of flipping heads is one in favour out of two possible, or 1/2. The probability of rolling a 6 is one in favour out of six possible, or 1/6.
 
Since probability is usually expressed in percentages, simply divide 1/2 and 1/6 to get 50% and 16.66% probability of flipping heads or rolling a 6 respectively.
 
 
Odds – x to y

 
Odds are a numerical expression of likelihood of a particular outcome of an event.
 
Odds are calculated as
 
number of outcomes in favour : number of outcomes against
 
and read as x to y.
 
The odds of tossing heads is one in favour (heads) to one against (tails), or 1:1. The odds of rolling a 6 are one in favour (6) to five against (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), or 1:5.
 
Odds can be written in different forms, as 1:1, 1-1 or 1/1, so you have to know whether you are reading odds or probabilities: 1/2 probability equals 1/1 odds. 

 

TRUE ODDS & PAYOUT ODDS

True odds are the actual odds of an event happening, while payout odds are true odds tweaked in a way that allows a bookmaker to make a profit. The closer the payout odds are to true odds, the fairer the bookmaker is.
 
The best example of the difference between true and payout odds is in the casino game of Roulette. Probability of winning a bet on a single number in French roulette is 1/37, so true odds of winning on a single number bet are 1:36. But the payout odds are set at 35:1. So the roulette player has 1/37 probability of winning 35 times the bet amount (plus initial bet), therefore on average every 37th bet is not returned and stays in the casino.
 
In sports betting true odds are unknown and have to be predicted. This is done by experts (tipsters or sports information services) which sell their odds "tips" to bookmakers. Bookmakers then decide on their payout odds, slightly tweaking the numbers both ways, either providing better odds than the competition to encourage betting, or to ensure bigger profit. 

 


ODDS DISPLAY

There are many ways of displaying odds of an event. In UBOmoney we use the three most popular formats: decimal, fractional, and American.
 
Decimal

Decimal odds are displayed as a decimal number, e.g. 3.00, and read simply "three (point zero zero)". They are calculated as inverted probabilities, namely 100% / (probability to win).
 
The decimal number represents total units won for every unit wagered. E.g.:
 
3.00 odds means the total return of a successful bettor will be 3 units for every unit wagered (2 units profit plus 1 unit wager).
1.50 odds means the total return of a successful bettor will be 1.5 units for every unit wagered (half unit profit plus 1 unit wager).
 
Decimal odds are most popular in continental Europe, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. They are also known as continental odds, European odds, or digital odds.
 
Comparison: 
3.00 decimal = +200 American = 2/1 fractional 
2.00 decimal = +/-100 American = 1/1 fractional 
1.50 decimal = -200 American = 1/2 fractional 
 
Fractional

Fractional odds are displayed as a fraction, e.g. 2/1, and are read "two to one".
 
The first number represents the net profit (initial bet NOT included) relative to the second number which represents the bet amount. E.g.:
 
2/1 odds means the net profit of a successful bettor will be 2 units for every unit wagered. 
1/2 odds means the net profit of a successful bettor will be half a unit for every unit wagered.
 
When calculating your total return, add the initial unit wagered to your net profit.
 
Fractional odds are most popular in UK and Ireland, where they are referred to as traditional odds, and are most common in horse racing.
 
Comparison: 
2/1 fractional = 3.00 decimal = +200 American
1/1 fractional = 2.00 decimal = +/-100 American
1/2 fractional = 1.50 decimal = -200 American
 
American

American odds are displayed as either positive (better than even, higher than 2.00 in decimal or 1/1 in fractional) or negative (worse than even, lower than 2.00 in decimal or 1/1 in fractional).
 
Positive odds display how much profit you will make on a €100 bet. E.g.:
 
+200 means your net profit will be €200 on a €100 bet 
 
Negative odds display how much you have to bet to make a profit of €100. E.g.:
 
-200 means you have to wager €200 to gain €100 net profit 
 
When calculating your total return, add the initial unit wagered to your net profit.
 
American odds are also known as moneyline odds and are most popular in the USA.
 
Comparison: 
+200 American = 2/1 fractional = 3.00 decimal
+/-100 American = 1/1 fractional = 2.00 decimal
-200 American = 1/2 fractional = 1.50 decimal

Rules

-SPORTSBETTING RULES-

 

Our company provides sports betting services.

Players can place bets on markets with two or more possible outcomes.

Bets on sports events can be placed before they start (pre-match) or after they start (live betting).

Bets cannot be placed after the outcome of a market is known.

Bets are placed by choosing one or more of the offered markets from the bookmaker’s sportsbook and by deciding on the stake amount.

The bet is closed on a bet slip. A bet slip contains the list of the selected bet types and the stake amount. A bet type is defined by the event name, market name, market outcome and the odds.

The odds are a coefficient which multiplied by the stake amount defines the possible winnings.

Possible winnings are calculated by multiplying the stake amount with the odds of a selected bet.

Players’ bet slips may contain:

  • One or more single bets (Single bet)
  • Several bets tied in one combination (Combination bet)
  • Several combinations system (System bet)

Single bet is a bet containing one or more bets, where each bet is processed separately. Each bet is placed with a separate stake amount. Sum of all separate stakes shows the total stake amount. If the bet is won, the player receives each winnings separately, by multiplying odds with the respective stake amount. Total winnings are the sum of all individual winnings.

Combination bet (accumulated) is a bet containing two or more bets. All bets in a combination bet are connected. To win a combination bet, a player has to win all the bets on it. One combination bet may not contain two or more bets on the same event. If it contains two or more bets on the same event, the bet automatically splits into several combinations, and becomes a system bet. Total possible winnings of a combination bet are calculated by multiplying all odds and the stake amount.

System bet is a bet containing several combinations. A system bet is defined by the number of bets in a combination (A) and the total number of bets on a ticket (B). The system bet is presented in A/B form. If a player wants a certain bet to be a part of all combinations, it has to be marked as a banker.

Two or more bets on the same event cannot be placed in the same combination. If a player places several such bets, all combinations containing two or more of these bets will be removed from the final calculation.

The stake amount per combination is calculated by dividing the total stake by the number of combinations. To win a system, a player has to win at least one of the combinations. Total winnings are the sum of all winning combinations.

Bets processing

Bets processing is done when the market or event result is determined.

For the purpose of bets evaluation, the final score is the one declared by the referee after the end of the event. All possible official changes, such as player disqualification or points deduction, do not affect bets evaluation.

Bets voiding

If an event is finished with the score not offered on the list of possible outcomes for a certain market, all bets on that market will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds).

If an event starts before the scheduled time, all bets placed after the actual match start time will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds), unless the event and the market in question are offered in live betting.

If an event does not start when scheduled and is not played within the following 24 hours, all bets on that event will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds). If an event is postponed and rescheduled for a date outside the following 24 hours, all bets on that event can only be voided after 24 hours.

In some sports like TENNIS, the 24 hours rule is not valid, bet will stand as long as game is just suspended or interrupted until completion of the game no matter if the 24 hours is passed, only when it is abandoned or walkover then bet will be voided (if bet type is affected).

If an event starts but gets interrupted for any reason (weather, riots…), and does not continue within the 24 hours following its start time, all bets on unresolved markets will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds). Bets resolved before the interruption (e.g. 1st Half 3 Way, 1st Set Winner…) will be processed as usual.

If an event starts but gets abandoned for any reason and will not be continued (a player is retired or disqualified…), all bets on unresolved markets will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds). Bets resolved before the abandonment (e.g. 1st Half 3 Way, 1st Set Winner…) will be processed as usual.

If an invalid event or a market is in offer (e.g. two or more bets from same event in one combination, one driver/player in different duels but from same race/tournament in one combination, wrong venue, wrong home/away team, clearly incorrect odds…), all bets on such event or market will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds).

Live betting

Live betting is betting on already started events with still unknown outcomes.

A bet on a live event cannot be cancelled.

If data transmission for live betting is delayed, resulting in a major change in the run of play not being taken into account in the odds, our company reserves the right to void such bets (will be processed with 1.00 odds).

If the system, due to an error, allows betting on already decided matches, such bets will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds).

UBOmoney can't be held responsible for the correctness of the displayed information.

Outrights

Outrights are offered for turnout of tournaments or championships containing several events.

Outrights can be played only as a single bets.

Outrights offer does not have to include all tournament participants.

If a participant does not qualify for or retires from the tournament, all bets placed on him will be lost.

If two or more participants share the same position, odds on the winning bet will be divided with the number of participants sharing the winning position.

Bets with many participants

If one of participants listed in the program doesn’t play whole match or tournament (doesn’t start from the beginning or doesn’t finish), bets placed on him will be settled regularly.

If one of participants listed in the program doesn’t participate at all in the match or tournament, bets placed on him will be refunded (calculated with odds 1.00).

 

SPECIAL BETTING RULES

If a certain sport specific betting rule is different from the general sport betting rules, the sport specific betting rule applies.

Football / Soccer

The final score in football matches is the score after normal playing time (two halves plus the stoppage time). The usual normal playing time in football matches is 90 minutes, split into two halves of 45 minutes. In special cases, such as youth or friendly matches, a match can have more or less than two halves, or the half time can be longer or shorter than 45 minutes.

If a football match, after normal time, goes to extra time or penalties, any goals scored will not count to final result.

In a football match title, the team listed on the left is the home team and the team listed on the right is the away team. If a match is played on neutral ground, the home team is listed on the left side and the away team on the right side.

Points in bookings markets are calculated as follows:

  • Yellow card: 1 card (booking) = 10 points
  • Red card: 2 cards (bookings) = 25 points
  • Yellow card leading to a red card (to the same player): 2 cards (bookings) = 25 points.

Tennis

If a tennis match is postponed or interrupted, and the match is part of a tournament, the bet remains valid until the match is played.

If a tennis match is postponed or interrupted, and the match is not part of a tournament, the bet remains valid if the match is played/continued, all unresolved bets will be voided (processed as 1.00 odds).

For the purposes of all games related markets, set tie-break and match tie-break count as one game.

Ice Hockey

“3 Way” market is processed according to the result at the end of the normal playing time, i.e. the end of the third period. Possible extra time does not influence this market.

“Money line” market is processed according to the result at the end of the match, including possible extra time and penalties. In case the score after the extra time is still draw, the match goes to penalties; the team winning the penalties will have one goal added to their overtime score to determine the final result.

Basketball

“3 Way” market is processed according to the result at the end of the normal playing time, i.e. the end of the fourth quarter. Possible extra time does not influence this market.

“Money line” market is processed according to the result at the end of the match, including potential extra time.

"(OT)" market is proccessed according to the result at end of the match, including potential extra time. unmarked, or stated (reg.t) it is processed according to the result at the end of the normal playing time, i.e. the end of the fourth quarter. Possible extra time does not influence this market. This is valid for all betting options, Handicap, Totals Over/Under, Quarter, Special.

"4th Quarter" bets do not include overtime score, as well has "2nd Half" bets.

Baseball

All baseball markets are processed according to the result at the end of the match, which includes possible extra innings.

If an event does not start when scheduled and is not played within the following 12 hours, all bets on that event will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds).

Change of the pitcher does not affect the cancellation of the bet.

American football

Markets based on the time periods of the match will be processed according to the result at the end of the period (60 minutes play, 2 halves of 30 minutes, 4 quarters of 15 minutes). All other markets are based on the result at the end of the match, including possible overtime. If a match is tie after overtime, all Money line bets will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds).

Races

In head to head markets, if one participant finishes the race and the other one does not, winner will be the player who finished the race. If neither of the participants finishes the race, all bets on this market will be voided (processed with 1.00 odds).

Winter Sports (Alpine Skiing, Ski Jumping, Biathlon, Cross-Country) – head to head (H2H)

The bet is active only if both participants subject to the bet start the race (e.g. leave starting stand, make the jump, start course, etc.). The H2H winner is determined by comparing the results of both participants listed at the end of the competition. If one participant subject to the bet is forced to withdraw for any reason, the other participant subject to the bet will be considered the winner. If neither participant subject to the bet completes the event, all bets will be refunded. If both participants subject to the bet have the same score or result, all bets will be refunded.