Off the Board Meaning – When the Bookie Stops Taking Bets for a Match
Last Updated: May 31, 2022
An “off the board” game or event is one that’s been taken down from the betting list by the operator so it can no longer be wagered on.
As sportsbooks are the ones setting the terms, they can take some games off the board if they deem it necessary due to varying circumstances.
Most often, when a game is “off the board” it just means that the oddsmakers haven’t found the right odds for it yet.
So, in most cases, you’ll find that a game that was off the board earlier will become available to bet on a few hours or a few days later.