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BonusPater Rank 23
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Just wondering what would happen if I placed a top goalscorer bet and the player then went to play in another league and didn't play a single match in the league that I bet on him to be the top goalscorer?

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@BonusPater There doesn't seem to be any rules stating that a player would need to play x amount of games for the bet to stand. As per T&C the bets would stand as it's fairly common for players to switch teams and should be considered.

/Jeppe 

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livertool Rank 18
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Common sense says it would be void as player didn´t even participate. But who knows what is the fact Smile

What about  if he leaves after playing at least 1 game.... i guess it would be lose, kind of unfair though.

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BonusPater Rank 23
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I'm not so sure. Had a quick look at the T&C, and I can't find anything about this specific situation, so it might actually just be a lost bet
Former community manager. Used to be known as "Stubbe-Unibet" | Bundesliga blog | How NOT to play poker blog
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livertool Rank 18
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Maybe there should be some percentage of the full season or number of matches that must be played in order to count in.

I think it very rare to player leave just after that season has started, bigger leagues at least.

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@BonusPater There doesn't seem to be any rules stating that a player would need to play x amount of games for the bet to stand. As per T&C the bets would stand as it's fairly common for players to switch teams and should be considered.

/Jeppe 

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