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28 Feb 20 18:15
Date Joined: 13 May 02
| Topic/replies: 793 | Blogger: Whittler's blog
On the Super League h'cap betting it says in the Rules:

"In the event of the match finishing in a tie with the stated handicap line applied, a "Push" rule will apply."

What does the "Push" rule mean?
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Report Reveen February 29, 2020 3:17 AM GMT
Push refers to your bet being refunded when you bet on a handicap i.e. -1.0 or +3.0 and it results in a draw. This is applicable on non-half point lines which aren't offered on Super Rugby and rugby union markets as only x.5 lines are offered.
Report themightymac May 20, 2020 6:10 PM BST
Bookies do offer non-half points Handicaps on Super Rugby and rugby union markets which includes a Push.
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