The Mr Green Sports Betting Terms and Conditions Reviewed

Here we will be reviewing the Mr Green T&C’s document and drawing your attention to some of the most important points.  If you are unsure have any questions about anything written on this page don’t hesitate to send us an email at  info@bestbettingsites.uk  and we will provide new information as soon as possible. Also, be sure to check out the main Mr Green review, or head back over to the main sports betting page for more in-depth info on the best UK betting sites.

The Mr Green T&C’s Document

Here is the complete list of T&C’s as shown on the betting site. We’ve added a few comments where we feel as though there’s a need for further explanation.

Section A – Conditions of Agreement

1. Introduction

2. Definitions

3. Bet Acceptance

4. Betting and Payout Limitations

4.1 “Mr Green reserves the right to limit the net payout (the payout after the stake has been deducted) on any bet or combination of bets by one Account Holder at £100,000. This limit may be lower depending on the specific sport, league and type of bet offer. For further information it is recommended to consult the Sport Specific Limits in <Section C, Para 32>.

Comments: Whilst this is a condition that every betting site will have written down, the amount which they choose to set as their maximum payout limit varies greatly. Here you can see that Mr Green set their limit at £100,000, which is considerably lower than other operators such as William Hill that set their maximum as high as £2,000,000 for some sports.

5. Cancellation (Voiding) of Bets

5.3 “Mr Green reserves the right, at its own discretion, to declare a bet void, totally or partly, if it is obvious that any of the following circumstances have occurred: a. Bets have been offered, placed and/or accepted due to an Error; b. Bets placed while the website was encountering technical problems, that would otherwise not have been accepted; c. Influence Betting; d. Syndicate Betting; e. A result has been affected by criminal actions – directly or indirectly; f. A public announcement has occurred in relation to the bet which alters significantly the odds.”

Comments: Every bookmaker, regardless of their age or status, will have the right to void a bet if they deem that it has been placed under dubious or somewhat questionable circumstances. If you have ideas about trying to pull a fast one, think again: the operator will simply cancel your bet and you’ll probably blacklisted from the site for the future.

6. Disclaimer and Priority

Section B – General Betting Rules

1. Common Terms of Reference

2. Bet Types

3. Betting Props

4. System Bets

5. Result Settlement

6. Tattersalls Rule 4

Section C – Sport Specific/Category Rules

1. Olympic and Championship events

2. American Football

3. Athletics

4. Australian Rules Football

5. Badminton

6. Baseball

7. Basketball

8. Beach Volleyball

9. Boxing

10. Cricket

11. Curling

12. Cycling (Road & Track)

13. Cyclo Cross

14. Football

15. Golf

16. Handball

17. Trotting

18. Ice Hockey

19. Motor Sports

20. Netball

21. Pesäpallo (Finnish Baseball)

22. Rugby League

23. Rugby Union

23.1“Unless otherwise specified all bets referring to the match and team performances, etc. are settled in accordance with the result at the end of the 2nd half (after 80 minutes play).”

Comments: This, again, is another pretty standard condition that pretty much every betting site will have written down. All bets for rugby, as well as football and other team sports, are a settled in accordance after 80 minutes. Anything that occurs in extra time isn’t applied to the bet unless otherwise stated.

24. Squash

25. Speedway

26. Surfing

27. Swiming

28. Tennis and Racket Sports (Badminton, Rackleton, Squash & Table Tennis)

29. Volleyball

30. Winter Sports

31. Other (Non-Sport/Special)

32. Sport Specific Limits

33. Mixed Martial Arts

34. Snooker

35. Darts

Section D – Racing

1. Horse Racing

2. Greyhound