The outcome of any snooker bet is based on the first official published results. If a match is completed before the total number of frames required to win have been achieved, the related bet will remain valid unless otherwise specified for certain types of bets.
If a match is officially canceled all the related bets will be declared void. If a match is abandoned or postponed all the related bets will be considered valid until the match is concluded or cancelled.
Types of bets:
You must predict that the selected player will win the competition. If the player does not take part in the competition, the bets related to the player will be voided, with an exception for Outright bets related to any player who takes part in the qualifying rounds for a specified tournament, but does not qualify for the main tournament. For settlement purposes, such bets will be considered lost.
- Head to Head (HH)
You must predict who will win the match between the two players. In case of a tie, such bets will be voided.
- Highest Break in the Match
You must predict who will record the highest break in the match. Bets will only stand if at least 1 frame has been completed. In the event of a tie, all bets will be voided.
- Frame Handicap
You must predict the winner of the match after a given handicap spread is added to or subtracted from the final result. The required number of frames to win has to be played; otherwise all bets will be voided.
- Over/Under Frames
You must predict if the total amount of frames played during the match, is Over or Under than the parameter indicated. If the specified number of frames, in a match, are not completed (Example: If it's a best of 11 frames match, then the winner must get to six frames, which means that at least six frames must be played) the total frames bet will be voided.
- 1st Frame Winner
You must predict the winner of the first frame. Bets will be voided if the frame is not completed unless the outcome has already been determined.
- Correct Frame Score
You must predict the exact final score. The required number of frames to win has to be played; otherwise all bets will be voided.
- Match Centuries
You must predict how many century (100+) breaks will be scored in the particular match. The required number of frames to win has to be played; otherwise all bets will be voided.