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Each-Way (EW) bets
An Each-Way bet is a bet of twice the selected unit stake. It contains one bet for the selection to win and one bet for the selection to place. The place part of your bet will be settled in accordance to the place terms advertised for the event.
Starting Price (SP)
The Starting Price (SP) is the odds for a horse or greyhound at the time the race begins. This is an industry standard supplied to all bookmakers by the race track.
Rule 4 Deduction
The Rule 4 deduction is an industry standard where a quoted deduction is applied for every 1.00 unit of currency won.
When bookmakers offer odds on an event, they do so expecting all participants to take part. When a participant is withdrawn from an event a Rule 4 deduction is applied to all bets placed before the withdrawal, to reflect the reduced amount of competitors.
The size of the deduction is dependent on the odds of the withdrawn participant(s) at its time of withdrawal, the shorter the odds the larger the Rule 4 deduction.
Whole line Asian Handicap bets are settled in much the same way as traditional handicap bets. The exception being that stakes are returned if the match result is a draw after the Asian Handicap has been applied.
Where bets are placed on an Asian Handicap In-Play, goals that have been awarded prior to bet placement are discounted for settlement purposes. The scoreline is treated as 0:0 at the time of bet placement. The odds of your selection and the choice of lines available will reflect this fact.
Half Line Asian Handicaps
Half line Asian Handicaps rule out the possibility of a match ending in a draw after the Asian Handicap has been applied.
Split Line Asian Handicaps
Stakes on Split Line Asian Handicaps (Quarter Line Asian Handicaps) are divided with half of the total stake going on the whole line Asian Handicap and half on the half line Asian Handicap.