If the start of a round is delayed, or if play during a round is suspended, all pending wagers will remain valid for 48 hours. If the postponement lasts more than 48 hours, all wagers will be canceled and the monies refunded.
In the event a tournament does not go the specified number of completed holes (usually 72), and the tournament is shortened by tournament officials, the leader at the end of the number of holes determined to be official by tournament officials shall be the winner.
Example: A tournament is scheduled for 72 holes, but only 54 holes can be played because of weather. The leader at the end of 54 holes would be declared the winner of the tournament.
In the event that two (or more) golfers are tied for the lead at the end of regulation play, a sudden death playoff is normally used to determine the winner of the tournament. In this case, the winner of the playoff is the winner for betting purposes. All other golfers in the playoff will be graded as 2nd place finishers.
Example: Fisher and Morris are tied at the end of regulation play, and a sudden death playoff is declared. Fisher scores a 4 on the first playoff hole, and Morris scores a 5. Fisher is the winner of the tournament, and Morris is awarded a 2nd place finish.
In some tournaments, tournament officials may have the individuals play a specified number of holes to determine the tournament winner. In this case, the golfer with the lowest score after the specified number of holes completed shall be declared the winner, and all other golfers in the playoff will be graded as 2nd place finishers.
Golf Match-ups: In head to head match-ups, both golfers must tee off in order to have action. If both players tee off, the golfer with the most completed holes is the winner of the match-up; if both players complete the same number of holes, the one with the lower score is the winner.
Example: Match-up money-line:
If Woods and Mickelson both tee off for the tournament in question, the above match-up is "in action". If both golfers fail to make the cut to advance to the final rounds of play, the golfer with the lower score wins.
Suppose Woods completes 36 holes with a score of +8; Mickelson completes 36 holes with a score of +9. In this case, Woods wins the match-up since he has a lower score than Mickelson does.
If Woods and Mickelson complete regulation play, and each has a score of -3, the match-up would be a tie, and monies refunded, except in the case where Woods and Mickelson were tied for 1st place at the end of regulation play (in which case a sudden death playoff would be used to determine the winner).
Death Pool 2010 Official Rules
The object is to guess the person who will die first from the list of 100 known people, and as soon as a person from the list dies, the existing wagers are graded, and the death pool starts over.
The death pool runs from the moment it's opened until a person listed dies, there is no time limit for the death pool.
In the event of a tie, meaning if two or more people on the list die on the same day, the wager will be deemed as a push and the funds will be refunded for the player (s) who selected the people who died. As for the rest of the wagers selected on the death pool they will be graded as losers.
Rules for Lotto are very simple. They are based on each state's daily Pick 4.
There are two types of bets:
- The sum of the 4 winning numbers will be either odd or even.
- The sum of the 4 winning numbers will be over or under a certain number.
The time for all lotto drawings are in Eastern Standard Time (US) please note this if you are on a different time zone.
Note that certain states have one daily drawing and others may have two drawings.
Each state's lotto wagers will close 30 minutes before the official drawing is made.
Maximum wager amount $200
Lotto wagers will be graded at 2 different times daily: (subject to the drawings being made on each state)
-3:00p.m. EST for the midday drawings
-11:00p.m.EST for the PM drawings
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