1. For wagering purposes, winners and losers are determined by the final score (including overtime, if applicable). In the event of a draw (tie) as the final result - moneyline wagers on either team will be graded as half face value of the ticket. Half the bet is paid off at the quoted price, and half the bet loses.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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. Payouts will be determined as 'half-face value of the ticket'. A triple tie (dead-heat) will result in a payout of one-third of the face value of the ticket.

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