In order to win a parlay bet, every individual wager must either win or end in a tie.
If any selection loses, the entire bet loses, regardless of the outcome of the other games. If one or more selections are cancelled or postponed, the bet will be adjusted to the next lower number.
In a parlay bet, you are wagering on multiple events or selections. If one or more of those events are canceled or postponed, it can affect the outcome of your bet. In such cases, the bet will be adjusted to the next lower number.
For example, let's say you placed a parlay bet on four football games, and one of the games is postponed to a later date. The original parlay bet would have included four selections, but with one selection postponed, the new bet would only include the remaining three selections.
The bet is adjusted to the next lower number, which in this case is three. So, in order to win the bet, all three remaining selections must win or end in a tie.