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1. FOOTBALL RULES. Bets are considered official after 55 minutes of play. If 55 minutes of play is not completed, a bet on the team is treated as no action, and a parlay bet will be reduced accordingly. Bets on 1st, 2nd halves and all quarters will be considered action upon completion of the period in question.
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Football. For wagering purposes, a football game (NFL or college) becomes official after fifty-five (55) minutes of play. Games lasting under 55 minutes constitute "No Action" or "Push/Cancel" and all money is refunded. Wagering on the game period spread, moneyline, or total (over/under) include any overtime scoring.
If the match is played in two halves, bets are settled based on the score at the conclusion of the first half. (2) With regard to second half betting, bets are settled based on the sum of the third and fourth quarter scores inclusive of the handicap unless the match is played in two halves.
Sports Betting Rule 1: General Rules and Regulations. Sports Betting Rule 2: Powers and Duting of Commission and Director. Sports Betting Rule 3: Applications, Investigations and Licensure. Sports Betting Rule 4: Taxes and Fees. Sports Betting Rule 5: Authorized Sports Betting Activities. Sports Betting Rule 6: Rights and Duties of Licensees
Here’s a list of some of the basic rules for betting on sports in Tennessee: You have to be at least 21 years of age to bet on sports in Tennessee. Tennessee offers an online-only sports betting market. You have to be inside the state to place bets. You can only have one account at each licensed TN sportsbook.