GTBets.com is proud to offer Future Book Wagers. A "futures" wager is a bet placed on an event that is scheduled to occur at some future date. For instance, prior to the beginning of the regular season for each major sport, odds will be established for each team to win their individual division, conference and seasonal championship. Another type of "future" wager that has become extremely popular is the over/under wager for the total number of victories for the entire season for a given team.
Other "future" wagering propositions that are offered at GTBets.com include major Horse Races, such as the three "Triple Crown" races, which are The Kentucky Derby, The Preakness, and The Belmont Stakes. Major golf tournaments such as The Masters, U.S. Open, PGA Championship and The British Open. Tennis Championships like the Wimbledon Tournament, The French, Australian, and U.S. Opens. Auto races like the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500. And last, but definitely not least, blockbuster events like the Super Bowl each year, or the Olympics every 4 years. GTBets.com offers "future" wagers on many more events as well. If you have a favorite event that you don't find odds on, please contact us directly, and we will make a line for you!
It is possible for a "future" bet to become a winner prior to the end of the regular season. However when the bet is conditional on a certain number of games being played, the wager must wait until those games have been played before the bet is graded.
Dead Heat Rule: Where there is a dead heat for any wager – for example where there are 3 players tied for 4th place and a market has been offered on players to finish in the top 4 of a tournament – then the amount wagered is divided by the number of participants involved in the dead heat.
Golf, Tennis or Auto Racing Top 3 Pullout Rule
If any of the 3 lowest priced players or drivers pullout of any tournament or race before it starts, we reserve the right to adjust any or all prices of remaining players or drivers after the wagers have been accepted.