Choosing the right type of bet is the first step to a successful sports betting experience. You’ll also need to learn the rules of the game and make sure that the sportsbook you choose is legal in your jurisdiction. Read reviews and ask questions. If you’re still unsure, contact a legal adviser.
You should also take a look at the terms and conditions of the sportsbook you choose. This includes their minimum deposit amount and how they process your money. Some sportsbooks also accept payment methods like eChecks and PayPal.
In Running (“Live”) bets are only accepted on sports that are marked as live betting markets. Live bets are only accepted up until the Operator stops betting on the event. If you place a bet on an event that has been suspended, you will be refunded.
If you are not sure about how a sport is regulated, you should speak to a legal adviser. You should also read reviews and check the terms and conditions of the sportsbook you’re choosing.
There are also some special rules for individual sports. These rules are found on the website of the sportsbook. The rules are generally in English. If you’re betting on a sport that has a non-English language version, these rules may not apply.
If the official score is 0-0 at the end of the first half, the game is considered even. If the game is tied or if one team has scored more than the other, the winner will be decided by the relevant results at the end of the game.