Place bets on the sport of cricket
The bat is no longer than 38", and no wider than 4 1/4" (unlike baseball bats, cricket bats are flat and oblong, like a board that has had grip whittled into one end). The Cricket Live Betting is leather covered cork 9" in circumference and weighs 5 ounces. The only player with a glove is the catcher (wicket keeper), and the striker has very heavy shin padding. This is because, unlike baseball, the bowler is actually trying to hit the stumps; and the striker is, (of course), trying to keep this from happening. The striker must stand behind the crease at his end of the pitch, and the bowler must keep his back foot behind the crease at the other. The bowler takes a running start from behind the pitch and hurls the Cricket Live Betting (over-arm bowling style) toward the wicket; the striker whacks it and runs like mad to the other crease. At the same time a second player (non-striker), who is at the other wicket, also runs for the end the striker was at.
They must run across the crease for their run to count. They can opt to run back and forth as many times as they want, each completed dash being a run, but if the Cricket Live Betting hits the wicket before they pass the crease, they are out. Additional runs (called boundaries) can be gotten by what the Cricket Live Betting does after it is hit. If the Cricket Live Betting hits the ground, then crosses the boundary marking the edge of the field, the striker scores an additional four runs. If the Cricket Live Betting goes out without ever hitting the ground, he gets six runs. A 'lost cricket betting tips' will receive a minimum of six runs. If the striker and non-striker have run more than six before the cricket betting tips is called lost, they get the higher number. There is one run each given for: a 'no cricket betting tips', when the bowler crosses the crease with his rear foot, or bowls incorrectly; a 'wide', when the cricket betting tips travels outside the line of the pitch before reaching the striker; a 'leg bye' when the cricket betting tips hits the striker but does not contact the bat, and he runs; or a 'bye' when the cricket betting tips doesn't hit anything and the striker runs successfully.
[Note: if the striker runs- especially in the case of a wide cricket betting tips, and gets more than 1 run, he is given the higher number.] On to 'outs': first is a strike-out (over), consisting of 6 strikes in a row. After an over, the players reverse wickets. Other outs include the bowler hitting the wicket, either directly (bowling out) or as a deflection by the striker; the striker hitting the wicket (hit wicket); a fielder catching the cricket betting tips on the fly (catch out); 'run out', the wicket is hit by the cricket betting tips before the runner reaches the crease; 'stumped', if the striker steps in front of the crease to hit the cricket betting tips, misses, and the wicketkeeper gets the ball and hits the stumps before the striker gets back inside the crease line; the next striker must be on the pitch within 2 minutes of the previous out or he is 'timed out'; and 'leg before wicket' (or LBW) which is basically a striker intentionally blocking the ball from the wicket by using his body. This is a judgement call and causes quite a few arguments. Either runner interfering with catching the ball; or the striker hitting the ball twice; or if the runners cross paths will also be deemed outs.