PATRON ACCESS TO THE RULES OF THE GAMES: GAMING GUIDE
At its sports wagering lounge or some other area accessible to patrons, Catawba Two Kings Casino (hereby referred to as “Catawba Two Kings”) shall maintain a printed copy of the complete text of the rules of all authorized sports wagering and all other information required to be made available to the public. This information shall be made available to the public for inspection upon request.
Catawba Two Kings SPORTSBOOK HOUSE WAGERING RULES: RETAIL
1. Game Rules: Tickets and Wagers
a) Prior to making a sports wager, the bettor represents that: 1) the bettor is not a participant, referee, official, coach, team owner, or employee or immediate relative of any of the foregoing and 2) has no nonpublic, confidential information that may have a material effect on the outcome of the event.
b) Patron must be 21 years of age or older to place a sports wager.
c) Patrons should familiarize themselves with Catawba Two Kings Casino House Rules before placing a bet. By placing a bet, the patron acknowledges reading and understanding the House Rules.
d) Catawba Two Kings reserves the right to refuse any wager or delete or limit selections prior to the acceptance of any wagers.
e) Please check your tickets for accuracy before leaving the betting window/kiosk. Leaving the window/kiosk with the ticket is deemed an acceptance of the wager by both parties.
f) Management will make every effort to ensure the odds displayed on screen are accurate.
g) Catawba Two Kings will determine minimum and maximum wagers on all sports events in accordance with applicable law.
h) Catawba Two Kings reserves the right to void or amend a wager resulting from an obvious misstated line or misstated odds error or where the terms offered are materially different from a reasonable or normal sporting event wager available at the time the wager is placed. All accepted wagers will be voided and refunded, including both individual wagers and wagers as part of a parlay or other multi-event.
i) Catawba Two Kings reserves the right to add, change or delete the Sportsbook payout ratio limits.
j) Catawba Two Kings is not responsible for lost, stolen, altered, or unreadable tickets. Lost or stolen ticket claims will be paid upon presentation of supporting information or documentation. In the absence of such documentation, Catawba Two Kings reserves the right to wait at least 120 days after the conclusion of the event and/or racing meet to make its decision regarding payment.
k) All disputes (see above) and redemptions will be addressed within seven calendar days from the date of receipt. All such disputes and redemptions must be sent by mail, in a self-addressed envelope along with supporting documentation, to the address below:
Catawba Two Kings Casino
538 Kings Mountain Blvd.
Kings Mountain, NC 28086
l) Catawba Two Kings reserves the right to add, change or delete the Sportsbook House Wagering Rules, subject to regulatory approval.
m) To fund wagers, Catawba Two Kings will accept cash, sports-wagering cash vouchers and winning sports-wagering tickets.
n) Winning tickets over $25,000 may be delayed for 24 hours to allow verification of the wager and funds.
o) Winning tickets may be mailed in for redemption. See the wagering ticket for mail-in collection instructions and address.
p) Catawba Two Kings will only accept a wager if the outcome of the event and the score of the event will be reported in newspapers of general circulation; in the official, public records maintained by the appropriate league or governing body; or in other common media outlets (including but not limited to, ESPN).
2. Action/Official Results
a. Except as noted in the following or otherwise specified, all events must be held within seven days of the scheduled date to be considered “action.” For example, if a game is postponed on a Thursday, it must be completed by the following Wednesday.
b. Basketball, baseball, boxing, hockey, mixed martial arts, and soccer must be played on the date scheduled for “action.” If a game is postponed and/or rescheduled to a later date, said game will automatically constitute “no action” (unless otherwise specified). Game start or conclusion times delayed or extended beyond midnight are not recognized as date changes for wagering purposes.
c. Events including golf tournaments, boxing matches, mixed martial arts, tennis matches, auto races, track and field, and international tournaments (excluding Olympics) or events must be held within seven days of scheduled date to be considered “action” (unless otherwise stipulated on guest wagering information sheets or odds display).
d. Management is not responsible for location changes. If a game or event is moved from original location, all wagers are “no action.”
e. For wagering, matches are official and considered “action” once the opening bell or buzzer sounds, regardless of the scheduled length of the bout (unless otherwise stipulated). All fighting “pick the round” proposition wagers are “no action” (refunded) if the scheduled length of the bout is changed from the distance displayed by the Sportsbook, or on guest wagering information sheets or odds display.
f. All results are deemed final once the official agency (official sports body, commission, sanctioning organization, etc.) has posted the result. Subsequent inquiries and changes to official result will not affect the bet settlement after one hour or more from the event’s conclusion.
g. For betting, the winner of an event or game will be determined on the date and approximate time of the event’s conclusion according to house wagering rules. Catawba Two Kings does not recognize suspended games, result changes one hour or more after the event’s conclusion, protests, overturned decisions, etc.
h. Minimum play requirements for betting on official games (unless stipulated otherwise on guest wagering information sheets or odds display):
i. Proposition bets must go for the duration of the sport’s minimum play requirement.
j. For proposition bets, the player must play for “action.”
k. Futures wagers will be graded within one calendar year of the official league start date. In case of delayed future wagers, including but not limited to division, conference, finals, etc., the date change will be considered “action” if completed within one calendar year of the official league start date.
l. Both sides must start in any two-way matchup propositions.
m. Any straight wager deemed “no action” will be refunded. If a parlay has a leg deemed “no action,” the parlay will reduce by one selection (e.g., a four-team parlay becomes a three-team parlay and a two-team parlay becomes a straight wager). If a teaser has a leg deemed “no action,” it will reduce by one selection (e.g., a four-team teaser becomes a three-team teaser and a two-team teaser becomes a refund).
n. For season-long player, statistical leader, and award futures, player must play in at least one regular season game for “action.”
o. In the event of a tie or “dead heat,” the bet amount is divided by the number of players tied for that placing while the original odds stand. For example, a $100 wager is placed on Golfer A at +200 to finish in the top five. If Golfer A ties with four other golfers for fifth place, the wager is calculated by dividing the $100 stake five times per Rules. Calculation: $20*+200=$60.
a. All future book wagers on auto racing are “action” once the driver begins the event, unless stipulated otherwise on guest wagering information sheets or odds display.
b. All participants in event match-up or driver propositions must start the event or that proposition is “no action” and the wager will be refunded.
c. In driver matchup propositions, all drivers involved in any matchup must start or the wager is deemed “no action.”
d. The winner of driver matchups and race propositions will be based on the official finish order.
e. All auto race wagers are on drivers only. Wagers are not on a team or car, unless stipulated otherwise on guest wagering information sheets or odds display.
f. Auto race results will be considered official for wagering purposes upon conclusion of post-race inspection. At that time, auto series recognized results and statistics will be used to determine all winners and losers. Subsequent changes will not be recognized.
g. The field includes any driver who is not listed.
h. When wagering on auto race over/under cautions, lap leader, or lead change propositions, all scheduled laps must be run for “action,” unless stipulated otherwise on guest wagering information sheets or odds display.
a. For baseball wagers to be accepted, all bets are action, team against team, regardless of starting pitcher. There are no listed pitchers.
b. On first-inning baseball wagers, the first inning must be completed for “action.”
c. On baseball first-five-inning money line wagers, the game must go five complete innings or four and one-half innings with the home team winning for “action.”
d. When wagering on “totals” (over/under), extra innings, etc., are counted in the final score, unless stipulated otherwise.
e. All settlements are based on the results and statistics provided by the relevant league’s governing body (e.g., Major League Baseball).
f. Called or suspended games must go a minimum of five innings, or four and one-half innings if the home team is ahead.
g. If a game goes past five innings and is subsequently called or suspended, the winner is determined by the score after the last full inning of play. Exception: If the home team scores to tie or take the lead in the bottom half of the inning in which the game is postponed or suspended, the runs do count.
h. When wagering on baseball “totals” or “run lines,” the game must go at least the regulation nine innings (eight and one-half if the home team is ahead) for a scheduled nine-inning game and seven innings (six and one-half if the home team is ahead) for a scheduled seven-inning game.
i. For all non-US professional leagues and college baseball and softball, wagers are “action” regardless of starting pitchers. “Totals” and “run line” wagers are subject to the same game-length rules as professional US baseball. The bottom team listed does not necessarily bat last.
j. If on the day of the event’s conclusion no winner is determined, minimum play requirements are not met, or “no contest” is declared, all wagers on that event are considered “no action” for betting purposes and the wager will be refunded.
k. When wagering on softball “totals” or “run lines,” the game must go at least the regulation seven innings (six and one-half innings if the home team is ahead). If the game goes past regulation innings into extra innings and is subsequently suspended or postponed, it is considered to have “action” and the winner and loser shall be determined by the score at the time the game is called or suspended. If the home team does not complete their turn at bat in the bottom half of an extra-inning game, the score reverts to the previous full inning of play, unless the home team scores to tie the game — then the score is determined at the point of suspension.
l. For the World Baseball Classic or any other games called due to the mercy rule, “totals” and “run lines” are considered “action.”
m. Unless odds are quoted for a tie, bets will be refunded for any sporting event wager where the result is a wagering tie.
n. For professional baseball regular season wins wagers, please check customer sheets for the minimum required games to be played for “action.”
o. In the event that the All Star Game does not go into extra innings but is decided by a Home Run Derby, the Derby winner will have one run added to its score that counts toward the game total. For example, if the score is 3-3 after nine innings, the team winning the Home Run Derby will win the game 4-3.
a. All games must be fully completed for full-game basketball wagers to be “action.” NBA must play a minimum of 43 minutes to be considered “completed.” College, WNBA, and international must play a minimum of 35 minutes to be considered “completed.”
b. All first half, second half, and quarter wagers must be played to their conclusion to be considered “action.”
c. Any part-game wagers are “action” upon completion of the specified period. For example, a first-quarter wager in a game postponed in the second half is “action”; a third-quarter wager in a game postponed during the third quarter is void.
d. Overtime will count in the final score and in halftime wagers (unless otherwise specified). Overtime will not count in any bets involving specific quarters.
e. Unless odds are quoted for a tie, bets will be refunded for any sporting event wager where the result is a wagering tie.
f. If a match starts on the scheduled start date and is not completed within 24 hours, it is deemed “no action.”
g. For second-half basketball bets, overtime will be counted when determining how the bets are settled (unless otherwise stated).
h. For preseason, summer league, and professional basketball all-star games, games are “action” if the league determines a result, no matter what the rule changes are pertaining to the individual games.
i. For professional basketball regular season wins wagers, please check customer sheets for the minimum required games to be played for “action.”
a. In “fighting,” a full round is defined as one in which the bell or buzzer has sounded to signify the conclusion of such round. If a fighter is counted out or the bout officially stopped prior to the bell, that round is not considered a full round for wagering purposes. If a half round (one minute and 30 seconds of a three-minute round or two minutes and 30 seconds of a five-minute round) or other specified time is listed, the official time of the bout’s conclusion as established by ring officials will determine proposition winners and losers.
b. If a boxing or mixed martial arts fight ends at exactly one minute and 30 seconds of a three-minute round or two minutes and 30 seconds of a five-minute round, whereas the fight lands exactly on the listed total, over/under wagers will be refunded.
c. On fighting and mixed martial arts “K.O.” proposition wagers, “K.O.” includes knockout, technical knockout, disqualification, or any other stoppage.
d. For pick the knockout round wagers, if a fighter doesn’t answer the bell for the next round, the previous round will be declared the winner. Knockout includes a technical knockout and disqualifications.
e. On fighting and mixed martial arts “decision” proposition wagers, “decision” means the fight must go to the judge’s scorecards to determine a winner, including a technical decision.
f. On fighting and mixed martial arts “draw” proposition wagers, “draw” means the fight must go to the judges’ scorecards and be declared a draw, including a technical draw. In the event of a draw, wagers on who will win are “no action.”
g. All straight win wagers will have “action” regardless of any changes in weight class, scheduled length of the bout, or championship sanction (unless otherwise stipulated). All round, knockout (“K.O.”), or decision proposition wagers are “no action” if the scheduled length of the bout is changed.
h. All wagers will be settled according to the official result of the relevant governing body immediately as declared by the ring announcer at the end of the fight.
i. For settlement purposes, if the match is interrupted for any reason in between rounds (e.g., retirement before the start of a round, disqualification, or failure to answer the bell), the fight will be deemed completed at the end of the previous round.
j. In the event of a fight being declared a “no-contest,” all wagers (including totals) on that fight will be considered “no action,” regardless of when the fight is stopped.
a. Games must be played at the venue specified for “action.”
b. Wagers for all full-game events stand, provided at least 55 minutes of play have taken place and an official result is declared (unless otherwise specified).
c. Overtime will be counted, including halftime wagers (unless otherwise specified). Overtime will not count in any bets involving specific quarters.
d. Wagers for all partial-game events are “action” upon the completion of the specified period. For example, a first-half wager is “action” if a game is postponed in the second half, whereas a fourth-quarter wager is void if the game is postponed in the fourth quarter.
e. Ties will be posted as “refunded” unless a specific tie game wager has been accepted.
f. For second-half football bets, overtime will be counted when determining how the bets are settled (unless otherwise stated).
g. For futures/season bets to be “action,” NFL regular season win totals and matchups are based on teams completing all 17 regular season games, all 18 regular season games for CFL, and all scheduled regular season games for college football.
h. When wagering on football regular season win totals (professional and college), teams must play the exact number of games on their schedule for “action.” If there is a change in opponent, those bets are still declared as “action” if the team plays the originally scheduled number of games. For college football regular season wins, conference championship and bowl games do not count toward the win total.
i. For professional football championship game proposition wagers, please consult the customer sheets for all rules that govern specific bets.
a. All bets referring to tournament performance (winner, place, group betting, top nationality, individual final position, etc.) will be deemed valid if the eligible players have completed 36 holes and the tournament organization has declared an official result.
b. If a golfer withdraws before the start of a tournament, all futures bets will be “action” (unless otherwise specified).
c. Wagers on players who start tournaments but either withdraw or are disqualified will be graded as losing wagers.
d. Most holes played wins golf matchups. If holes are equal, low score wins.
e. If both golfers listed in a “head-to-head” matchup are involved in a three-way (or more) playoff, either golfer involved must win the playoff to win that matchup or proposition is “no action” and wager will be refunded.
f. In “head to heads” based on the best finishing position in the tournament, if one player misses the “cut,” the other player will be settled as the winner. If both participants fail to make the “cut,” the player with the lowest score at the “cut” will be the winner.
g. All future book wagers on golf are “action” once the player begins the event (unless otherwise specified).
a. For wagers that specify “including overtime,” in the event of a shootout, the winner of the shootout will have one goal added to its score to count toward the game total, regardless of the number of shootout goals scored. Shootout goals do not count for player yes-no goal scoring props.
b. Wagers for all full-game events stand, providing at least 55 minutes of play have taken place and an official result is declared (unless otherwise specified).
c. If overtime includes another period, the first team to score will win the game. This overtime goal will be included in puck line wagers and total wagers only specified as “including overtime.”
d. For college hockey wagering, regular season final scores will be determined by the rules of the particular conference. Three-on-three and shootout results may not count toward the final score.
e. Wagers for all partial game markets are “action” upon the completion of the specified period. For example, a first-period wager is “action” if a game is postponed in the third period, whereas a second-period wager is void if the game is postponed in the second period.
f. Ties will be refunded unless the event on which wager was placed provides three-way wagers (where odds are quoted for a tie) or a specific tie game wager has been accepted.
g. All futures/season bets stand on outright, conference, and divisional betting, regardless of player or team movement, team name change, or season length.
h. Hockey player proposition wagers include overtime but shootouts do not (unless otherwise specified).
i. For professional hockey regular season points wagers, please check customer sheets for the minimum required games to be played for “action.”
a. For all goal line, money line, and total wagers, the score at the end of 90 minutes, plus injury time minutes, will be used to determine winning and losing tickets; extra time and penalty kick shootouts do not count, unless otherwise specified. For all first-half goal line, money line, and total wagers, the score at the end of 45 minutes, plus injury minutes, will be used to determine winning and losing wagers.
b. A wager on a team “to advance” will include the result of extra time and penalty kick shootouts to determine the winner of the match.
c. Wagers will be decided based on the score at the referee’s final whistle at the match’s natural conclusion, whether the match is decided in regular time, extra time, or a penalty shootout.
d. For three-way wagering propositions, sides must win, lose, or draw, and each is a separate wagering interest. If the wagering offer on a match includes the draw as a third option and the match ends in a draw, wagers on the draw will be paid, while wagers on both teams will be considered losing propositions. Three-way wagers will be decided based on the score after 90 minutes of play and any added injury time.
e. Official league data will be used to determine all statistical wagering propositions, player proposition wagers, and future book wagers. This may take up to one hour after the conclusion of the match to be settled.
a. If there is a walkover, retirement, disqualification, or abandonment at any time after the start of the match, the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner. If a match is abandoned before it begins, all bets are “no action.”
b. A tennis match is deemed to have started with the first serve of the match.
c. All future book wagers on tennis are “action” once the player begins the event (unless stipulated otherwise on kiosks or sportsbook sheets).
d. If a match is suspended after it has started, all full game wagers are “action” if completed within seven days.
e. For partial-match wagering (e.g., game and set betting), wagers are considered “action” upon completion of the specified period. For example, first-set wagers are “action” upon the completion of the first set.
f. If fully completed, all tennis matches are “action” regardless of a venue change, surface change, court type, or change of scheduling.
g. In a doubles match, all bets will be declared void if any of the stated players have been replaced at any time.
Australian Rules Football
a. Match must be played on its scheduled day for “action.”
b. Matches must go at least 75 minutes for “action.”
a. One-day matches must be completed on the scheduled day for “action.”
b. Test matches must be completed within seven days of the start of the match.
c. If a ball is not bowled during a competition, series, or match, all bets will be declared “no action.”
d. If a match is shortened by weather or otherwise, winning bets will be determined by the official competition rules. Match results may be determined by the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method in the event of interruption due to weather or other circumstances.
e. Bowl-offs and super-overs count toward the result of a match unless otherwise stated.
a. Matches must be played within seven days of the scheduled date for “action.”
b. If a match is shortened or not completed, the player progressing to the next round in a knockout competition will be deemed the winner for wagering purposes.
c. In a matchup, both players must start or the match will be declared “no action.”
a. If there is a change to the scheduled number of games or maps played in the match, bets placed on these events will stand.
b. If there is a change in the venue for a match, bets placed on these events will stand.
c. If there is a change in the team members in the match, bets placed on these events will stand.
d. If a player participates in an official match with a different or incorrect nickname, bets placed on these events will stand, unless it’s clear the player was not supposed to play the match.
e. If the name of a player or team is spelled incorrectly, bets placed on these events will stand.
f. If a match is postponed or rescheduled, bets placed on these events will stand if the match is played before the end of the competition.
g. If a match is postponed and not played before the end of the competition, bets placed on these events will be void.
h. If a player or team is given a walkover on at least one game or map before the match starts, bets placed on these events will be void.
i. If a player or team is given a bye into the next round before the match starts, bets placed on these events will be void.
j. If a player or team is disqualified or retires from the match, bets on these events will be settled on the player or team determined as the winner by the official rules of the respective governing body.
a. Matches must be held on the scheduled date for “action.” Any change in venue will result in a match being declared “no action” (unless otherwise specified).
b. Matches must go at least 60 minutes for “action.”
c. Goals scored in overtime and penalty shootouts count toward the final score.
a. Matches must be played on the scheduled day for “action.”
b. Overtime and extra time count in all wagers (unless otherwise specified).
Rugby League and Rugby Union
a. Matches must be played on the scheduled day for “action.”
b. Overtime and extra time count in all wagers (unless otherwise specified).
a. Matches must be played on the scheduled day for “action.”
b. Matches must be fully completed for “action.”
a. For dual meets, a match must be held in all 10 weight classes for “action.”
b. Meets must be held on the scheduled day and site for “action.”
a. All events will be settled based on the official International Olympic Committee podium results.
b. Wagering on the championship medal counts will be settled following the final event and according to the podium results.
c. If an event is postponed during the Olympics, wagers will stand if the event is completed prior to the closing ceremony.
d. For an event with a time limit, the full time of the game must expire for a wager to be considered “action.”
e. In a head-to-head match, best time or score is the winner.
f. Medal winners are considered “action” when awarded their medal at the podium.
If games do not finish in their entirety, handicap and total “in-play” wagers will be refunded. Once an “in-play” wager is submitted, it will be considered “action” and will not be voided. For partial-game wagering, wagers are considered “action” upon the completion of the specified proposition.
Funding a wager
Redeeming a winning bet
Maximum/minimum wager limit
Although Catawba Two Kings works to ensure no errors are made in accepting sports-betting wagers, a bet may be accepted due to an obvious technical or human error. An obvious error could be one of the following:
Catawba Two Kings reserves the right, at its own discretion, to declare a bet totally or partially void if it is obvious that any of the following circumstances have occurred:
a. Bets offered, placed, and/or accepted due to an error.
b. Bets placed that would otherwise not have been accepted while the kiosk or betting terminals encountered technical problems.
c. Influence betting, defined as bets made to purposefully move or change the odds offered on a specific event.
d. Syndicate betting, defined as a group of wagers done by either an individual or group of affiliated individuals made purposefully to move or change odds offered on a specific event or outcome; wagers used to collectively mitigate odds risks for the syndicated group.
e. A result directly or indirectly affected by illegal activity.
f. Any erroneous pregame wagers accepted after the scheduled start time.
g. Any erroneous live-game wagers accepted at an incorrect price due to delayed or failing of “live” coverage.
Straight bets pay 10-11, unless posted or specified otherwise on printed media. In the event of a tie in a straight wager, the wager is considered “no action” and money is refunded. All parlays are based on a true odds format. This is calculated by multiplying the decimal equivalent of each event by the amount wagered.
Parlay Odds (-110)2 TEAMS 2.64 - 1
Negative odds (odds with a minus sign) are converted by dividing 100 by the odd value (for -110 value is 110) and adding 1 to the result. Example: 1+(100/110) = 1.91
Odds equivalent to one dollar
If the odds are positive (odds with a plus sign), divide the positive odd value by 100 and add 1 to the result.
Example: (+110/100)+1 = 2.100
A maximum payoff limit of 299-1 is paid on parlays “off the board.” In the event of a tie or “no action,” parlay is reduced to next lower number of parlays. Acceptance of all parlays is at the discretion of management.
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Catawba Two Kings is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets. If the rightful owner of a lost ticket can be confirmed by Catawba Two Kings, a payment may be processed.
a. All parlay bets placed are subject to the Sportsbook house rules that apply to each individual sport relating to any leg of any parlay bet.
b. Off-the-board maximum parlay payoff limit is capped at 299/1.
a. Pushes and refunds in an off-the-board teaser wager cause the wager to reduce to the payoff bracket representing the number of remaining teams. If only one team remains, the bet becomes a refund.
a. Anyone under 21 years old.
b. Anyone placing a wager as an agent or proxy.
c. Any athlete, coach, referee, or player in or on any sports event overseen by that person’s sport’s governing body.
d. Any owner, member, or employee of a team, participant, coach, referee, athletic trainer, or official (or immediate relative of any of the foregoing).
e. Anyone who holds a position of authority or influence to persuade the participants in a sporting contest, including but not limited to coaches, managers, handlers, and athletic trainers.
f. Anyone with access to certain types of exclusive information on any sports event overseen by that person’s sport’s governing body based on publicly available information or based on a list provided by a sports governing body.
g. Any casino-banned, self-excluded, or otherwise excluded person(s).
h. Catawba Two Kings employees.
Catawba Two Kings is responsible for receiving and addressing any customer disputes involving a placed wager or the way in which a bet or wager has been settled.
Patron questions or complaints can be sent to:
Catawba Two Kings Casino
538 Kings Mountain Blvd.
Kings Mountain, NC 28086
In addition, patrons may call 704-750-7777 to ask a sportsbook question or make a complaint request. All requests will be responded to within 10 business days. Catawba Two Kings will attempt to resolve any disputes with the patron.
a. You hereby accept that by using the services, there is a risk that you may lose, as well as win, money. You agree that your use of the services is at your own risk and Catawba Two Kings and affi liated parties accept no responsibility and shall not be liable for any consequences alleged to have occurred through your use, or misuse, of the services.
b. Catawba Two Kings and affi liated parties are not liable for any failure or loss of equipment or software by any act of God, power failure, or disputes that may affect the placing of wagers/bets.
c. Catawba Two Kings and affi liated parties reserve the right to cancel or suspend the services without incurring any liability.
d. Patrons agree that these house rules have been read and accepted prior to the submission of any wagers.
e. The sports and/or offerings listed in these house rules may not be currently available in the jurisdiction of the Catawba Indian Nation, and therefore will not be available for wagering.