Snooker Rules

Date/Site Changes

Where a match is abandoned or postponed and played within 72 hours of the original scheduled date, all bets stand. Once the 72 hours have expired, all bets are void.

Minimum Length of Play

In the event of a match starting but not being completed for any reason, all bets on the outcome of the match will be void.

Snooker Wagers

For betting purposes only “legally” potted balls count. This means that whenever there is a “foul ball” involved, the potted balls do not count. Bets will be settled accordingly.

Match Winner

In the event of a match starting but not being completed, the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner.

Frame Betting (Correct Score)

The bet refers to the correct final score in frames.

Frame Winner

This bet refers to winner of a specific frame. The respective frame must be completed for bets to stand.

Frame Winner

This bet refers to winner of a specific frame. The respective frame must be completed for bets to stand.

Length of frame/match

Bets will be settled on the time elapsed from the starting break to the end of the frame or match, whether through normal play or concession.

In the event of a re-rack in any frame the following rules apply:

Frame winner: all bets stand and will be settled on the official winner of the frame.

Completed bets: all bets that are already determined before the re-rack stand. Repeated occurrences after the re-rack will be irrelevant for betting purposes.

Uncompleted bets: Bets that are not determined before the re-rack will be settled on actions occurring after the re-rack only. Any occurrences before the re-rack will be irrelevant for betting purposes.

All bets referring to the result of the frame (e.g. totals, odd/even betting) will be settled on the official result of the frame.

Tournament Winner

If a player fails to start a tournament or match all bets on that player or individual match will be void. 

Total Balls (Over/Under)

If the match is abandoned before its completion then all bets will be void, unless the highest possible total to bet on has been attained in which case all bets stand. The “Cue” ball does not count for betting purposes. For betting purposes, only “legally” potted balls count. This means that whenever there is a “foul ball” involved, the potted balls do not count. Bets will be settled accordingly.