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58 Pa. Code § 190.6. Distribution of common pari-mutuel pool.

§ 190.6. Distribution of common pari-mutuel pool.

 (a)  Money in a common pari-mutuel pool shall be distributed to the holders of winning pari-mutuel tickets in conformity with the common practice of the pari-mutuel system.

 (b)  Money in a common pari-mutuel pool may be distributed to the holders of winning pari-mutuel tickets according to a net pricing calculation which reflects differing retention rates approved under the laws of the Commonwealth and other jurisdictions accepting wagers for inclusion into the common pari-mutuel pool.

 (c)  The procedures established for the administration of the common pari-mutuel pool shall include a procedure for the following:

   (1)  Distributing money in the common pari-mutuel pool to the holders of winning tickets.

   (2)  Allocating breakage between the entities contributing to the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (3)  Allocating funds for uncashed winning tickets between the entities contributing to the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (4)  Providing an accounting to the licensed corporation for submission to the Commission of contributions to and distributions from the common pari-mutuel pool.

 (d)  Funds for uncashed winning tickets allocated to a licensed corporation shall be distributed by the licensed corporation as provided under section 202(b) of the act (4 P. S. §  325.202(b)).

 (e)  If wagers placed in this Commonwealth cannot be transmitted for inclusion in a common pari-mutuel pool established under this chapter, the licensed corporation may do one of the following:

   (1)  Refund all amounts wagered to patrons holding pari-mutuel tickets representing wagers placed for inclusion in the common pari-mutuel pool, if the refund is announced over the public address system of the licensed corporation prior to the official start of the race.

   (2)  Establish a pari-mutuel pool consisting solely of amounts wagered within this Commonwealth.



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