3.13.1. The outcome of a snooker bet is based on the first published official results.

3.13.2. If a snooker match is officially postponed or suspended, all bets related to it will remain valid if the match is held by midnight on the third day. In case of betting on partial results or other events related to competitions, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

3.13.3. Market Types

  • Head to Head

You have to predict that the selected player will win the match. In case a player retires, he will be considered as loser.

  • 1X2

The winner of the match has to be predicted. Three possible outcomes: Player 1, Draw, Player 2.

  • Exact Frames Result

You have to predict the exact result of the match based on the number of frames won by each of the two players.

  • Over/Under

You have to predict if the total number of goals scored during the match will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread shown in the bet.

  • Odd/Even Points in Frame X

You have to predict, in real time, whether the total number of the points scored by both players in the specified frame will be Odd or Even.

  • Handicap (2 choices)

You have to predict the winner of the match by adding or subtracting the spread offered by to the final score.

Example:
If the spread offered is -2.5:
- Bets on Player 1, will be won if Player 1 wins with a difference of at least 3 frames
- Bets on Player 2, will be won if Player 2 wins or loses with a difference of less than 3 frames
  • Highest Break

You have to predict whether the best break will be made by Player 1, Player 2, or if they both score the same score.

  • Highest Break Score

You have to predict if the highest break score will be higher, equal or lower than the spread offered by

  • Highest Break Score Player

You have to predict if the highest break score for the specified player is higher, equal or lower than the spread offered by

  • Frame X Winner

You have to predict which of the two players will win the indicated frame.

  • X Frame First Colour

You have to predict the first coloured ball (Black, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Green, Brown) that will be potted in the frame indicated.

  • Frame X 1st Red Ball potted

You have to predict which of the two players will first pot a red ball.

  • Frame X Highest Break

You have to predict if the highest break score in the indicated frame will be higher, equal or lower than the spread offered by

  • Frame X Total Points

You have to predict if the final score of the indicated frame will be higher or lower than the spread offered by