1. CAN ALL TYPES OF CARDS BE PLAYED WITH THE SAME SELECTION SLIP?

No. There is a different selection slip for POOLS and PROPS. The POOLS slip allows players to 'box' up to four events per slip, saving the need to fill out multiple selection slips.

2. WHAT HAPPENS IF A PARTICIPANT/TEAM DOES NOT PLAY FOR PROPS?   

In general, an event may be cancelled if it is not an official event as defined by the OLG, or if the game on which the event is based, is considered incomplete.

For PROPS Cards, if a team does not play, the card is cancelled. If a participant does not play, the event is cancelled.

3. HOW ARE TIES HANDLED FOR PROPS?

For PROPS if the combined total points for the event is the same number as the over/under number, the event is considered a 'push' and the odds for that event for the over and under wager will be assigned an odds value of 1.00.

4. WHAT IS THE TOTAL PRIZE PAYOUT FOR PROPS? 

PROPS is designed to pay back 60% of wagers on average, which is similar to PRO•LINE.

5. HOW MUCH CAN PLAYERS WAGER ON PROPS?

For PROPS, wagers can range from a minimum of $2 to a maximum of $100.

6. WHEN IS THE CUTOFF TIME FOR WAGERING?

The cut-off time will be the Close Date (which includes close day and time) that is posted on the Card, and will usually coincide with the start of the first event for any of the participants on the card.

7. HOW DO YOU PLAY PROPS? 

To play PROPS, you wager on selections from a Card of "Over/Under"- type of questions, such as whether a football team's passing yards in a game will be over or under a pre-set number. You may choose from three to six events on which to wager and the amount you want to wager. To calculate the potential payout of your wager, multiply the odds (as indicated by OLG) of each of your predicted event outcomes.

8. WHO SETS THE ODDS FOR EACH PROPS EVENT?

OLG sets the odds for each event, based on a variety of sources.

9. WHAT SPORTS ARE OFFERED FOR PROPS?

PROPS offers football, baseball and hockey.

10. ARE PROPS QUESTIONS ALWAYS THE SAME, AND HOW IS IT DETERMINED WHICH QUESTIONS TO USE?

For the most part OLG uses a standard set of PROPS questions, although others could be added.

11. WHAT DOES EACH OF THE PROPS ACRONYMS REPRESENT?

Longest Pass Complete LongstPC
Interceptions INTRCPNS
Rushing Yards RushYD
Longest Rush LngstRSH
Fumbles Lost FUMBLost
Field Goals Made FIELDGLM
Longest Field Goals Made LngstFGM
Longest Punt Return LngstPTR
QB Sacks Made QBscksM
1st Half Points FhalfPTS
2nd Half Points ShalfPTS
Complete Pass PassComp
Total Receptions TotRecpt
Reception Yardage RecYD
Passing Yards PassYD
Stolen Bases StlnBase
Strikeouts Strkouts
Hits Hits
Runs Batted In RunBatIn
Pitches Thrown PtchThrw
Flyouts Flyouts
Groundout Grndout
Left on Base LftOnBas
Shots on Goal SOG
Penalty Minutes PIM
Hits Hits
Goals Goals
Assists Assists
Saves Saves
Faceoffs Won FaceoffW
Blocked Shots BlockedS
Giveaways GiveAw
Takeaways TakeAw

12. WHAT IS A “PUSH”?

If the combined total points for the event is the same number as the over/under number, the event is considered a 'push' and the odds for that event for the over and under wager will be assigned an odds value of 1.00.