The regulation in force states that a bet on a sporting event is considered valid if the event takes place within 12 hours following the date established in the official programme.
The bet remains valid when the outcome of the bet has already occurred on the pitch.
Bets containing types not accrued on the field are refunded.
Example: you have bet on Under/Over 2.5 of a football match which is suspended in the 70th minute with a score of 2-1. The bet is valid because the Over outcome has already occurred, and any other variation of the score would not have changed the outcome of the bet. For the 1X2 bet, on the other hand, the result has not occurred, because the team at that moment behind could have drawn or won.
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