Boylesports, Betting Help

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Found 20th Sep 2008
was at the Sunderland/Boro match today, and took Cisse and 2-0 Sunderland, but Cisse wasnt on the pitch when Chops scored the first.

So, at FT, he's me thinking I've won, and I take it to the bookie who says "sorry, that bet aint valid" because Cisse played, therefore could have scored?

Im like "WTF?"


Advice please? Am i right, or does the bet not stand? Whenever Ladbrokes took ya bet, it went on the score if ya player was not on the pitch when the first goal was scored?

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nah your wrong, never heard of the bookies paying out on that

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roryk83;3013402

nah your wrong, never heard of the bookies paying out on that



really?

im confused now, sure ladbrokes paid out 2 seasons ago. oh well

they don't pay on only half of the scorecast correct, simply because it didnt win, if you however put a bet on the score only then you'd be a winner.
doesnt matter whether the player was on the pitch or not when the first goal was scored, unless he didn't play any part of the game then you would get a refund on your bet.

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mug51;3016189

they don't pay on only half of the scorecast correct, simply because it … they don't pay on only half of the scorecast correct, simply because it didnt win, if you however put a bet on the score only then you'd be a winner.doesnt matter whether the player was on the pitch or not when the first goal was scored, unless he didn't play any part of the game then you would get a refund on your bet.



Thats not quite right
If a player has taken no part in the game before the first goal then the bet would revert to a correct score bet, you wouldn't get a refund.
So say you backed player xxx to score first and 2-0 and player xxx was a sub, if there was a goal before he came on the pitch, then if the game finished 2-0 you would win, anything else would lose. You would only get the correct score odds though obviously.
However in this case he did play a part in the game before the first goal so it was a losing bet.

Although it is commonly known as a scorecast, it is actually a double. So if the first goal is scored before the player has been on the pitch he is classed as a non runner, but the other part of the bet still stands.
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