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Gain a clear understanding of how to approach betting on Goal3.
Voided bet: When a bet is voided, it is as if the bet never took place, and the stake is returned. Voided bets usually happen when an event or match does not take place as scheduled or is canceled.
A voided bet in a parlay: This refers to the situation where one or more selections within a parlay bet are declared void or canceled.
When a selection is voided, it means that the bet is treated as if the selection was never included in the parlay, and the odds and potential payout are adjusted as if the leg has the odds of 1.00*
*This is an approximate. Due to the new odds for the parlay being updated by dividing the current odds by the initial odds of the voided leg (as opposed to the quoted odds), in some situations the final payout for the parlay might be slightly different.
Regular time: For most markets, including goals, corners, cards, specials, and other related outcomes, the results are determined based on regular time only.
Any events or outcomes that occur in extra time or penalty shootouts are typically not taken into account when settling.
In basketball betting, it's important to note that Goal3 takes into account the final score line (which includes overtime) when settling bets.
This means that the outcome of the match, as well as various markets and bet types, includes the score and statistics from the overtime period, if applicable.
Same as Basketball, in baseball betting, it's important to note that Goal3 takes into account the final score line (which includes overtime) when settling bets.
If matches are postponed or suspended due to unforeseen circumstances or weather conditions and fail to reach the required 8.5-9 innings for completion, it is important to note that all bets placed on that specific match will be VOIDED.
In most cases, if a player, coach, or team staff member receives a card while they are not on the field of play, their card will not be counted towards the cards markets in soccer betting.