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BetNorth Terms
  1. The rules at BetNorth conform very closely to those found at all Las Vegas sportsbooks, and are used to protect both our company and you, the bettor.
  2. All customers' accounts at BetNorth are private and confidential, and all calls are recorded on tape and held for disputes for a period of 14 days.
  3. All Clients must be at least 18 years of age.
  4. One account per person, MAX at BetNorth. Any violation of this rule may result in a loss of funds and permanent suspension of all accounts involved. Also, any wagers assosciated with said accounts may constitue NO ACTION.
  5. BetNorth reserves the right to refuse any wager at any time, from any client without cause, and can refuse wagers from clientele who reside in states or provinces that prohibit sports wagering. International law is very complex, and we do not know the specific laws that may apply to you where you live. We operate under strict compliance with all local laws, and urge you access our site only if you feel that you are in compliance with yours.
  6. All rules, regulations, and payoffs listed in this publication are subject to change without prior written notice.
  7. Each client is required to identify himself by his account number and password on each call or login to BetNorth. The client has sole responsibility for their specific password and account number. Customers are responsible for any unauthorized use of their account. In the event that a third party places a bet or is thought to have placed a bet, said bet shall be valid, whether or not the alleged third party had the prior consent or knowledge of the customer. Under no circumstances will any bet be cancelled for that reason. In the event that a customer suspects that a third party may have it's password or username, the customer may at anytime ask that BetNorth.com provide the customer with a new password and username.
  8. Account balances will reflect any wagers on future propositions or pending wagers.
  9. Customers at BetNorth cannot risk more money than is available in their account. (Any soft limit excluded)
  10. All players are to confirm their wagers with the operator at the end of the call using their account number and password. It's the responsibility of the caller to listen to the read-back from the operator before confirming the wager. If, for some reason, the call is dropped before the process is completed but we have received a wager type, team(s) and amount, the bet will be a valid wager.
  11. No wagers can be cancelled once the caller confirms them and the call is concluded. The only manner in which a client can cancel a wager is to wager on the opposite side of the contest in which he initially wagered. (And lay the juice)
  12. On over/under wagers, over-time periods are included in the final score.
  13. When wagering on half-time lines, the over-time period(s) will be included as a part of the second half.
  14. All minimums, maximum, and payout prices are subject to change without prior written notice.
  15. Maximum payout for any parlay is $20,000.
  16. All wagering disputes shall be resolved by the “read-back ” from the recorded call and shall be ruled final.
  17. With regard to suspended games, protest games, or overturned decisions, BetNorth follows Las Vegas gaming rules for wagering purposes. Otherwise BetNorth does not recognize suspended games, protests and overturned decisions for wagering purposes.
  18. All sporting events must be played on the schedule date. Exceptions to this rule are on a game by game basis and will be ruled action or not depending upon the decision made in Las Vegas. If an event is postponed and/or rescheduled or there is a change of venue, that event may constitute "no action", which means all monies for that event would be refunded (Unless Vegas rules otherwise). All parlays/exotics will be recalculated excluding that leg of the parlay, using payout charts for that sport/betting option. Individual tennis matches have no action if the match is not fully completed due to withdrawal/incapacity or disqualification. If a match is rescheduled due to scheduling and weather problems bad light etc, then all wagers will have action and all wagers will stand.
  19. All payoffs are calculated on the odds in effect at the time of the wager. (Except in the event of a pitching change in baseball, where the odds are recalculated)
  20. It is prohibited to parlay the same team with both the point spread and the money line.
  21. BetNorth does not report your transactions to any financial institution or government agency. It is the client's sole responsibility to report any such information to the appropriate taxable jurisdiction.
  22. BetNorth is not responsible for any misrepresentation by any client upon application for membership.
  23. BetNorth is not responsible for clients who disclose their password and account number to other parties.
  24. The winner of an event, or game, will be determined on the date that the event is concluded.
  25. BetNorth reserves the right to take away any bonus, at any time, without any explanation.
  26. Dates and kick-off times of events shown are for guidance purposes only. Bets will be accepted up to the advertised kick-off time. If for any reason a bet is inadvertently accepted after an event or match has started, the selection(s) affected will be made void.
  27. All future wagers are accepted as “ACTION”. In the event that the scheduled season is not completed or required numbers of games are not reached, all wagers on said event will result in “NO ACTION ”. Please be sure to read all banners attached to the proposition for any additional rules.
  28. Winners and losers are official after:
    • Football - NCAA & NFL - 55 minutes of play
    • Basketball - NBA - 43 minutes of play
    • Basketball - NCAA - 35 minutes of play
    • Hockey - NHL - 55 minutes of play
    • All other sporting events - 55 minutes of play
    • Overtime periods, quarters or extra innings are counted in the final score when wagering on totals, money lines and spreads, unless otherwise specified.
    • On half time wagers, overtime periods are included as part of the second half.
    • Other sports: All other contests that involve a scheduled length of play time or time limit must be played to play to their conclusion or have five minutes or less of scheduled playing time remaining when the contest concludes to be considered official for wagering purposes.
  29. In the case of an obvious error on the posted line, scheduled time, or maximum wager, any wagers will be deemed as " NO ACTION ”, and all money will be credited accordingly.
Action Points

This type of wager is available for football and basketball. This is for the bettor who not only can predict which team will win the game, but by how many points. Your wager is capped from 1 point to a maximum of 10 points, and the wager you risk cannot exceed your available balance. On this type of wager, you risk $110 for every $100 wagered.

Example:

Boston Celtics 195
Cleveland Cavaliers -5

Suppose you wager $100 a point on the Cleveland Cavaliers and ask for a cap of 10 points. Cleveland must win by at least 5 points, and for every point over the point spread of 5 that they win by, you win $100. You have the chance of winning between $100 and $1,000. If Cleveland wins by 9 points, your net winnings would be $400. On the other hand, if Cleveland fails to cover the point spread, you risk $110 for every point that they fall short of the 5-point spread. You can also use totals either over or under, or the underdog in the game.

Money Lines

With this type of wager, you pick which team is going to win, disregarding the point spread.

Example:

Miami -280
Detroit +240

If you wager on Miami -280 you lay $280 to win $100.

If you wager on Detroit +240 you lay $100 to win $240.

Parlays

This play is a selection of multiple teams (2-8 teams) in no particular order, all in one play. All teams must win by the point spread margin. The more teams in the parlay, the greater the payoff.

Example:

Portland Trail Blazers +4
San Antonio Spurs -10

The payout in a 2 team parlay is 13/5. This means you are risking $100 to win $260. In case of a tie or no action the parlay will revert to the lower level payoff, except in a 2 team parlay where a tie reverts to a straight bet. (Remember, you cannot lose more than your original risk amount in a parlay. So if you had a 2 team parlay for $100 with a PUSH and it reverted to a straight bet, it would be risking $100 to win $91)

MAX PAYOUT ON ANY PARLAY IS $20,000

Teasers

This is a wager in which 2 to 4 teams are selected together in one play with an adjusted point spread. In a teaser you can add points to the spread. If one selection loses or pushes the teaser is considered a loss.

Example: 2 team teaser 5pts for $100

Lakers +4(+5) pts the teased line is now +9
Knicks -3(+5) pts the teased line is now +2

The payout in a 2 team teaser with 5 points is -130.

“The only exception is on any two team teaser where a game is either postponed, cancelled, ends in a 'push' or is refunded for whatever reason (E.g., change of venue), your wager will be refunded regardless of whether your other selection wins or loses.”

"If" Bets

“If” Bets allow the customer to make a second wager pending a win on the first selection. “If” Bets must be made on one call, and the second part of the “if” wager can exceed the amount of the first selection. There are two types of “If” wagers, “If Action” and “If-Win-Only”. In an “If Action” wager, the bottom half of the wager will have “Action” on any scenario except a LOSS from the top. In other words, you will have a valid wager in the event that the top part of the “If Action”: Wins, Ties or Cancels. In an “If-Win-Only” wager, the top part of the wager MUST WIN, in order to have action on the bottom half. If it does not WIN, there is no action to the bottom half. You cannot use a spread to a money line or a money line to a spread in this type of wager.

Example:

Dallas Cowboys -5 $110 to win $100
IF (If Action)
Carolina Panthers +4 $110 to win $100

If the Cowboys lose, the wager stops there and is scored a loser -$110; if the Cowboys win +$100 the wager continues to the Panthers wager; if the Panthers win, the wager is a $200 winner; if the Panthers lose the wager becomes a $10 loss.

Reverse Wagers

Reverse wagers are double action IF bets.

Part A:
Cowboys -5 $110 to win $100
IF (win, tie or cancel)
Dolphins -14 $110 to win $100
Part B:
Dolphins -14 $110 to win $100
IF (win, tie or cancel)
Cowboys -5 $110 to win $100

+400

One win, one loss

-120

Both teams lose

-220

One Pushes

+200

In the event of a PUSH on one side and a loss on the other, you would have double action on the other side of the wager. For example, the Dolphins win the game by 14 points (A PUSH) but the Cowboys do not win by 5 or more points, the wager would result in a total loss of -220 because the Cowboys would lose twice due to the PUSH.

Circled Games
  • The maximum limit for any CIRCLED game is $1,000.
  • CIRCLED games are not allowed in hook-ups. This means straight wagers only.
  • You cannot buy points on a CIRCLED game.
  • The reason a game is put into a CIRCLE is due to an unknown status of a key player or players. Once the information about the player or players is released, we will release the CIRCLE allowing normal wagering to resume.
SPECIFIC INTERNET Terms

1. You should determine whether or not BetNorth's services are permitted under the laws of your jurisdiction.

2. Account balances must be verified by the player on each Internet login prior to wagering. When you verify and accept your account balance, you agree that all previous transactions are correct and you do not have any claims. Claims or disputes must be settled at this time. For disputes, claims, additional account information, or to report account discrepancies, contact Customer Service at #

3. All Internet transactions are logged and backed-up regularly. In any and all cases of dispute, both management and the player agree that the log backup shall serve as the final authority in the dispute and that all wagers will be adjusted accordingly. Claims must be lodged within five days from the date the wager was made. No claims will be honored after this five-day period. Players are responsible for verifying the accuracy of all account transactions. In order to log an internet claim the customer must provide a valid ticket# which is given for every internet play.

4. Any manipulation of prices and or spread will result in the ticket being marked a loser.

FOOTBALL Terms

NFL General Rules

Bets are considered official after 55 minutes of play. If 55 minutes of play is not conducted, a bet on the team is treated as no action, and a parlay bet will be reduced accordingly.

Bets on 1st, 2nd half's and all quarters will be considered action upon completion of the period in question.

Bets on spread, money line, totals for the whole game and all bets on second half's always include overtime scoring. Bets for 4th quarter do not include overtime scoring.

NFL Props

NFL – Team to SCORE FIRST: First team to score in the game. If a team scores and the game is canceled or postponed afterward, all wagers stand regardless of how many minutes have been played.
NFL – Team to SCORE LAST: Must be an official game (55 minutes of play). If the game goes into overtime, the team that scores last will be the winner.
NFL - SCORE IN THE FIRST 7 ½ MINUTES: 7½ minutes must be played. If the game is canceled or postponed after 7½ minutes of play all wagers stand.
NFL - TOTAL 1st HALF POINTS vs. TOTAL 2nd HALF POINTS: Must be an official game (55 minutes of play) and includes overtime.
NFL - FIRST SCORING PLAY (touchdown or FG/safety): If a team scores and the game is canceled or postponed afterward, all wagers stand regardless of how many minutes have been played.
3 UNANSWERED SCORES- Extra points or 2 point conversions do NOT count.
PLAYER PROPS- All players must take the field and play for action. Results are based on the official stats from the game. (Unless otherwise specified)
Football Payoffs.

XFL Rules

KICKOFF

  • The kicker kicks from the 25-yard line and must kick the ball in the air and in play between the opponent’s 20-yard line and the end zone.
  • The coverage team lines up on the return side 35-yard line and the return team lines up on the 30-yard line. Each team must have exactly 3 players outside the hash marks on both sides of the ball and cannot move until the ball is caught by the returner.
  • Out of bounds kicks and kicks that fall short of the 20-yard line will result in an illegal procedure penalty, taking the ball all the way out to the kicking team’s 45 yard line.
  • Players can move when the ball is touched by the returner or 3 seconds after the ball touches the ground (when the official waves his hand down).
  • If the ball is kicked into the end zone and is downed it is a “Major” touchback and the ball is placed at the return side 35-yard line.
  • If the ball bounces in bounds and then out of the end zone or is downed in the end zone, the ball is placed at the return side 15-yard line.
  • If a player on the return team touches the ball and it goes out of bounds, the ball is spotted where it went out of bounds.
  • If a team wishes to run an onside kick, it must indicate this to the official before the play and the two teams will be permitted to line up using traditional NFL rules (i.e. 10 yards apart from the kicking team). There will be no surprise onside kicks.

POINT-AFTER TOUCHDOWN

  • After a touchdown, the team has the option of running a play from the 2, 5, or 10-yard line, worth 1, 2, or 3 points respectively. The team must run an offensive play and no kicking plays are allowed.
  • If the defense is able to cause a turnover and return the ball to the opponent’s end zone, the resulting score is equal to the number of points the offense was attempting to score on its PAT.

PUNT

  • Punting team cannot release past the line of scrimmage until the ball is kicked.
  • Gunners must line up at the line of scrimmage and are permitted to move laterally once the ball is snapped until it is kicked.
  • Defenders over the gunner cannot cross the line of scrimmage until the ball is kicked.
  • If the ball goes out of bounds inside the 35-yard line, it is a “Major” touchback and the ball goes to the 35-yard line.
  • If a punted ball lands in the opponent’s end zone or goes out of the end zone the result is a “Major” touchback, and the ball goes out to the 35-yard line.
  • Fair catches are permitted (though disincentivized).

DOUBLE-FORWARD PASS

  • If a team completes a forward pass behind the line of scrimmage, that team may throw a second forward pass, as long as the ball has at no time crossed the line of scrimmage.
  • Once the ball has passed the line of scrimmage, no forward passes are permitted.

OVERTIME

  • Overtime shall consist of 5 “Rounds”, staged in alternating single-play possessions as is customary in NHL shootouts or MLS penalty kicks. A “Round” will consist of one offensive play per team. Each possession starts at the opponent’s 5-yard line and the offensive team has one play to score. The team with more points after 5 rounds is the winner.
  • If a team has been mathematically eliminated before all 5 rounds have been completed, the game ends immediately (e.g. If Team A scores on its first 3 attempts and Team B is stopped on its first 3 attempts, then no subsequent plays are necessary).
  • If teams are tied after 5 rounds, then rounds continue until one team is leading at the conclusion of a round, and that team will be the winner.
  • For scoring purposes, each successful overtime score is worth 2 points.
  • The defensive team cannot score. If the offensive team commits a turnover, the play is over immediately.
  • If the defensive team commits a penalty, the offensive team will be allowed to re-attempt from the 1-yard line.
  • Any subsequent penalty committed by the defensive team on any subsequent play, including in future rounds, will result in a score awarded to the offensive team.
  • If the offensive team commits a pre-snap penalty, the ball will be moved back from the original spot, pursuant to regular rules and the play will be re-attempted.
  • If the offensive team commits a post-snap penalty, the play will end and no score will be awarded.
  • There will be a minimum of 20 seconds between plays with the ball-spotting official working in conjunction with TV and Official Review to signal when the next play begins.

25-SECOND PLAY CLOCK

  • We will implement a 25-second play clock that begins after the ball is spotted for the next play.
  • It takes 7 seconds on average to spot the ball (average 32 second play clock)

RUNNING GAME CLOCK

  • Outside the last 2 minutes of each half, the game clock will run after incompletions and out of bounds plays.
  • Aside from incompletions and out of bounds plays, game clock rules outside the last 2 minutes of each half are the same as the NFL.

TIMEOUTS

  • Each team will have 2 one-minute timeouts per half.

REPLAY RULINGS

  • The XFL will have no coaches’ challenges and all plays will be subject to review from the Replay Official, who will be stationed in a booth above the field.
  • Reviewable plays are limited to: (a) Plays involving possession. (b) Plays involving touching of either the ball or the ground.. (c) Plays governed by the goal line. (d) Plays governed by the boundary lines. (e) Plays governed by the line of scrimmage. (f) Plays governed by the line to gain.. (g) Number of players on the field at the snap. (h) Game administration. (1) Penalty enforcement. (2) Proper down. (3) Spot of a foul. (4) Status of the game clock. (i) Disqualification of a player. This list of reviewable plays is identical to those in the NFL prior to 2019.
    • Exception: The Replay Official may correct obvious errors involving player safety at any point throughout the game.
    • Exception: The Replay Official may correct any egregious obvious error that may have a significant impact on the outcome of the game in the last five minutes of the 4th quarter or during overtime.

ONE FOOT INBOUNDS

To catch a ball means that a player:

  • Secures control of a live ball in flight before the ball touches the ground.
  • Touches the ground in bounds with any part of his body, and then
  • Maintains control of the ball long enough to enable him to perform an act common to the game, i.e., long enough to pitch or hand the ball, advance it, avoid or ward off an opponent, etc.

DEDICATED BALL-SPOTTING OFFICIAL

  • There will be a dedicated Ball Spotting Official who will solely be responsible for quickly spotting the ball and getting a new ball after each play.

COACH-TO-PLAYER COMMUNICATION

  • All offensive skill position players (QB, WR, RB, TE) will have a Coach-to-Player helmet receiver.
  • One on-field defensive player will have a Coach-to-Player helmet receiver.
  • The Coach-to-Player system allows a member of the coaching staff in the bench area or the coaches’ booth to communicate to a designated offensive or defensive player with a speaker in his helmet. We will not have a cut off on the communication but will be monitoring for communication between the snap of the ball and the end-of-play whistle.
  • Broadcast partners will have access to this communication and may use it during the game.

SIMPLIFIED ILLEGAL MAN DOWNFIELD

  • No ineligible player shall be or have been more than three yards beyond the line of scrimmage until a passer throws a legal forward pass that crosses the line of scrimmage. A player is in violation of this rule if any part of his body is beyond the three-yard limit.

SHORTER HALFTIMES

  • 10-minute break, then back to the action.

Aussie Rules

  • For wagering purposes, winners and losers are determined by the final score (including overtime, if applicable).
  • All Aussie Rules matches must go at least 80 minutes to have action, except for pre-season matches that are scheduled to play less time.
  • If an Aussie Rules match is postponed for more than 48 hours from its original starting time, all bets on the match will be void/no action and the stake will be returned to your account.
  • For Parlays/Accumulators in the case of an event ending in a draw, bets on the Moneyline are considered pushed and the parlay/accumulator will be recalculated and reduced based on the remaining legs that have action.
  • Australian Rules Brownlow Medal Betting (Event held as player voted "MVP" of the AFL competition): This event is determined on a "win-only" basis. The eligible player who compiles the most votes after the 22-round season will be declared the winner. Any player who was suspended during the season is not eligible to win the award. If that player polls the most votes, the following eligible player is declared the winner. In the event of a tie (dead-heat), both players will be declared the winner.

Wagering on Football

Football Spread Wager

This wager is made when you choose a team and the point spread. The cost of the wager is 10/11 or $110 to win $100.
Example:

Miami Dolphins -7
Denver Broncos +7

If the straight wager is on the Dolphins -7 then the Dolphins must win by 8 or more points for it to be a winner.
If the straight wager is on the Broncos +7 then the Broncos cannot lose by more than 6 points for it to be a winner.
If the game lands on 7 points, then the game is a “PUSH” and will result in “NO ACTION”.

Football Totals (Over/Under)

This is a wager on the combined scores (total) of both teams in a game.
If you place a wager for UNDER 38, the combined total score of both teams must fall UNDER 38 pts.
Example:

If you place a wager for OVER 38, the combined total score of both teams must go OVER 38 points.
If the combined total score falls on 38 points, the wager is a ‘PUSH' and there is ‘NO ACTION'.

Football Money Line Wager

Baltimore Ravens vs. Atlanta Falcons
Total 38

With this type of wager you stipulate which team is going to win. Disregarding the point spread.
Example:

Miami Dolphins -280
Denver Broncos +240

If you wager on Miami -280 you lay $280 to win $100.
If you wager on Denver +240 you lay $100 to win $240.

The payout in a 2 team parlay is 13/5 this means you are risking $100 to win $260. In case of a tie or no action the parlay will revert to the lower level payoff, except in a 2 team parlay where a tie reverts to a straight bet. (Remember, you cannot lose more than your original wager amount in a parlay. So if you had a 2 team parlay for $100 with a PUSH and it reverted to a straight bet, it would be risking $100 to win $91)

Football Teaser Wager

This is a wager in which 2 to 4 teams are selected together in one wager with an adjusted point spread. In a teaser you can add points to the spread. In a 2 team teaser, if 1 team pushes and 1 wins, it is considered a push. If any team loses, the wager loses. In a 3 team 10 pt. teaser: any push is considered a loss, all three teams must win. In a 4 team 12 pt. teaser: any push is considered a loss, all four teams must win.

There is a limit of one total to be used in any 3 team or 4 team teaser.

Any sweetheart teasers (10 or 12 point teasers) resulting in a push IS A LOSS.

You can buy up to 3 points on any NCAA and NFL games.

Open teasers are accepted but must be closed within one week.


Teasers Available

2 Team 6 pt. 6½ pt. 7 pt.
3 Team 10 pt
4 Team 12 pt

FOOTBALL TEASERS

  2 Team NFL 2 Team College 3 Team (10pt) 4 Team (12pt)
6 pts 11/10 11/10 13/10 14/10
6½ pts 12/10 12/10    
7 pts 13/10 13/10    

Example:

2 team teaser 7 points for $100
Green Bay -7+7 pts the teased line is now “pick”
Denver Broncos over 38-7 points the teased line is now “over 31”

The payout in a 2 team teaser for 7 points is -130.

SPECIAL TEASERS

In any special teaser if there is a push it reverts back to the next total amount of teams that won.

Example: 6 teamers with 1 push becomes a five teamer.

Payouts:

  6 points 6 1/2 points 7 points
3 team teaser bet $100 win $155 bet $100 win $135 bet $100 win $120
4 team teaser bet $100 win $250 bet $100 win $225 bet $100 win $195
5 team teaser bet $100 win $400 bet $100 win $375 bet $100 win $325
6 team teaser bet $100 win $550 bet $100 win $500 bet $100 win $475

In a 3 team special teaser, if there is 2 pushes and 1 win there is no action.

Football Parlay Wager

This play is a selection of multiple teams (2-4 teams) in no particular order, all in one play. All teams must win by the point spread margin. The more teams in the parlay, the greater the payoff.

PARLAY ODDS
2 Teams 13/5
3 Teams 6/1
4 Teams 10/1
5 Teams 20/1
6 Teams 40/1
7 Teams 75/1
8 Teams 150/1

Note: Maximum parlay payout is $ 20,000

Example:

2 team parlay for $100
Miami Dolphins -7
Kansas City Chiefs +2½

The payout in a 2 team parlay is 13/5 this means you are risking $100 to win $260. In case of a tie or no action the parlay will revert to the lower level payoff, except in a 2 team parlay where a tie reverts to a straight bet. (Remember, you cannot lose more than your original wager amount in a parlay. So if you had a 2 team parlay for $100 with a PUSH and it reverted to a straight bet, it would be risking $100 to win $91).

BUYING POINTS

½ point Lay -120
1 point Lay -130
1½ point Lay -140
2 point Lay -150
2½ point Lay -160
3 point Lay -170

For every half point you buy, you get charged an additional 10 cents, up to 3 points.

Buying onto/off of/or thru a 3 in NFL and NCAA Football
NCAA -110 surcharge to BUY onto, off of or thru a 3.
NFL -110 surcharge to BUY onto, off of or thru a 3.

Example:

Arizona +6
Dallas -6

To wager on Dallas -5½ you would wager $120 to win $100.
To wager on Dallas -5 you would wager $130 to win $100.
To wager on Arizona +6½ you would wager $120 to win $100.
To wager on Arizona +7 you would wager $130 to win $100

Example:

Washington Redskins -3½

To wager on Washington Redskins @ -3, you would wager $130 to win $100.

To wager on Washington Redskins @ -2½, you would wager $140 to win $100.

Canadian Football

To buy points please call and ask for a manager.

BASKETBALL Terms

Basketball Teasers

Any PUSH in a teaser results in the teaser being a LOSS

Wagering on Basketball

Basketball Straight Wager

This wager is made when you choose a team and the point spread. The cost of the wager is 10/11 or $110 to win $100.

Example:

Toronto Raptors +6
Chicago Bulls -6

If the straight wager is on the Bulls -6 then the Bulls must win by 7 or more points for the wager to win.

If the straight wager is on the Raptors +6 then the Raptors cannot lose by more than 5 points for the wager to win.

If the game lands on 6 points then the game is a “PUSH” and will result in “NO ACTION”

Basketball Totals (Over/Under)

This is a wager on the combined scores (total) of a game. You can bet on either over or under the total combined points. The cost of the wager is 10/11.

Example:

Dallas Mavericks vs. Indiana Pacers
Total 178

If you place a wager for UNDER 178, the combined total score of both teams must fall UNDER 178 pts.

If you place a wager for OVER 178, the combined total score of both teams must go OVER 178 pts.

If the combined total score falls on 178 points the wager is a "PUSH" and there is "NO ACTION".

Basketball Money Line Wager

With this type of wager, you pick which team is going to win. Disregarding the point spread.

Example:

Orlando Magic -280
Houston Rockets +240

If you wager on Orlando -280 you lay $280 to win $100.

If you wager on Houston +240 you lay $100 to win $240.

Basketball Parlay Wagers

This play is a selection of teams in no particular order, in one play. All teams must win by the point spread margin. The more amount of teams, the greater the payoff.

PARLAY ODDS
2 Teams 13/5
3 Teams 6/1
4 Teams 10/1
5 Teams 20/1
6 Teams 40/1
7 Teams 75/1
8 Teams 150/1

Example:

2 team parlay for $100
Portland Trail Blazers +4
San Antonio Spurs -10

The payout in a 2 team parlay is 13/5 this means you are risking $100 to win $260. In case of a tie or no action the parlay will revert to the lower level payoff, except in a 2 team parlay where a tie reverts to a straight bet.

BUYING POINTS

½ point Lay -120
1 point Lay -130
1½ point Lay -140
2 point Lay -150
2½ point Lay -160
3 point Lay -170

Basketball Teaser Wagers

This is a wager in which 2 to 4 teams are selected together in one wager with an adjusted point spread. In a teaser you can add points to the spread. If one selection loses or pushes the teaser is considered a loss.

Any sweetheart teasers (7 or 9 point teasers) resulting in a push IS A LOSS.

Example:

2 team teaser 5 points for $100
Lakers +4(+5) pts the teased line is now +9
Knicks -3(+5) pts the teased line is now +2

BASKETBALL TEASERS

  2 Team NBA 2 Team College 3 Team (7pt) 4 Team (9pt)
4 pts 11/10 11/10 13/10 14/10
4½ pts 12/10 12/10    
5 pts 13/10 13/10    


The payout in a 2 team teaser for 5 points is -130.

Payouts:

  4 points 4½ points 5 points
3 team teaser bet $100 win $180 bet $100 win $160 bet $100 win $140
4 team teaser bet $100 win $300 bet $100 win $250 bet $100 win $200
5 team teaser bet $100 win $450 bet $100 win $400 bet $100 win $350
6 team teaser bet $100 win $600 bet $100 win $550 bet $100 win $500

PLAYER PROPS- All players must take the court and start for action. Unless otherwise specified, results are based on the official stats from the game.

TEAM TOTAL AND SPECIAL SPREADS- The game must be completed up to within 5 minutes of normal duration.