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« on: February 15, 2014, 07:11:00 AM »

Everyone (or almost everyone) know that hockey with bet365 settles overtime. Unfortunately for me friendlies in hockey without overtime (who in general play friendlies in hockey?). This lack of knowledge cost the me a good few euro yesterday, maybe someone else does not fall into the trap of these. Happy arbing


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« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2014, 12:28:39 PM »

It's in bold in their rules:

Matches Listed as Club Friendlies (Regulation Only) and International Friendlies (Regulation Only) - All Markets Pre-Game and In-Play

On other matches there are also bets that do not include overtime.

Which market did you bet? Bet365 has lots of markets where overtime does not count, no matter if it's a friendly match or not:

"3-Way markets are settled on the score at the end of regulation time, with the exception of When Will Game End which is a 3-Way market that includes overtime/shootouts."


"The following markets exclude overtime/shootouts for settlement purposes:
Asian Handicap
Asian Goal Line
Draw No Bet
Puck Line (3-Way)
Game Total (3-Way)
Double Chance (3-Way)
Money Line (3-Way)
Team Totals (3-Way)
Race to Markets
Total/Team Goals Exactly
Team To Score First/Last
To Score Last in Regulation
Next Goal Scored
Who Will Win Most Periods
Total/Home and Away Goals Scored
Period Betting
10 Minute Markets In-Play
Highest Scoring Period"

I usually check the rules if the arb remains for a long time or if it's a market I don't bet often.
It's really annoying the large number of rules!
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« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2014, 02:38:44 PM »

I agree with you that it is clearly written. Played live, the market for over / under, there is not much time to think. My mistake is obvious, but maybe someone has avoided

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