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Arbing and trading talk / Re: Arbitrage between betting exchanges?
« on: March 24, 2017, 11:27:03 AM »
Wow lets all throw our toys out of the pram on an issue no one knows the rights and wrongs about. Seems about the normal mentality of arbers lol

You are assuming you know the reason but you are wrong on this one :)

I don't know what Max motives are but DW you're spot on “an issue no one knows the rights and wrongs about.” Why this thread was deleted then (or stored in a safe place where nobody can read it)? I was really surprised to find out it's not there any longer. If you're an arber coming to this forum and want to get info about agents you would like to hear honest opinions from other members. And there were different opinions represented in the deleted thread  so anybody was free to make their own mind about it. Just from the temperature of debate you can say that it touched something important. Whether “no one knows the rights and wrongs about” it everybody – especially coming here to learn about agents - should be allowed to read about the issue to make their own minds.
Arbing and trading talk / Re: Arbitrage between betting exchanges?
« on: March 23, 2017, 08:54:39 PM »
and it's clear I'm not wanted here by the majority of people
I was out and there are deleted posts so I don't know the whole story in detail but I'm sure the above statement is not true. You're probably the single most contributing member of this forum and considering how much time and effort it took you to write all these posts I don't blame you for feeling passionate and taking things personally. I don't know exactly how reliable this karma thing is but your number certainly doesn't indicate lack of appreciation of other members. Besides, so many good guys left or never joined and after all this is the arbers place now. It is what it is and there are things beyond your control but it's easier to find each other here than on SBR. I can talk only for myself but I certainly hope to hear from you when you're back from holiday.
Bookies discussion / Re: Bet365
« on: March 23, 2017, 08:26:26 PM »
bet365 is becoming scam bookie, I have said this a few times ago ands its only getting worst.
And I said earlier that in the future books would only accept cards and bank accounts. It's time to adapt, not the end of the game … yet …
Exchanges / Re: Asian exchanges
« on: March 21, 2017, 04:45:16 PM »
It's something like a huge betting pot, not an exchange as we understand it; meaning, it's not suitable for arbing or trading. Sort of a dark pool for horse, harness and greyhound racing punters mostly from Asia. 
Neteller / Re: Neteller new verification (selfie / net+ card)
« on: March 16, 2017, 01:02:32 PM »
Still, you need books that accept it.

And what does it mean:
you will feel the sense of your absolute financial freedom, away from (...) silly verifications etc etc...
If you open an account in Bitcoin you don't need to verify yourself?
Bookies discussion / Re: Bookmakers who don't limit to zero?
« on: March 13, 2017, 07:49:33 PM »
It will depend on event and market (different in different books) but even with limited account in some books you'll be able to place thousands on right events while on other events at the same book you will hit 5 per bet ceiling. If you read the forum there's plenty of books discussed from that angle in many threads.
Newbie's questions / Re: Anyone tried this?
« on: March 10, 2017, 11:00:53 AM »
Caan Berry 90 quid video package's affiliated to geekstoy, this 90 quid one to betangel. I guess you could probably learn a bit from both (since you ask in the first place) but the price they're asking for is ridiculous considering that all this knowledge you can gain through you tube, forums and your own practice. They're not in possession of any holy grails that nobody else has ever heard about.
Neteller / Re: Changes to account verification procedure
« on: March 09, 2017, 04:36:38 PM »
If I'm not mistaken the majority of PG customers use them for gambling sites. If you exclude recreational punters who will use their cards who's left? I think more and more ppl will take the trouble of changing their ways and drop the fockers. There are other options, which no doubt have their own logistic complications, but at certain point so many ppl will decide enough's enough that they won't know what hit them.
Arbing and trading talk / Re: Trading software
« on: March 07, 2017, 04:10:09 PM »
Fairbot has annoying tendency to lose a bet or two when heavily loaded. This bet or two might be your margin so pretty annoying. I spent lots of time with its owners some time ago trying to fix it but to no avail. With smaller amount of bets worked ok though.

As it comes to Bettrader it's not worth the money as Geekstoy is priced in the similar range and is far superior in every regard. Gruss has good reputation and can be handy especially if you're into excell.
Bookies discussion / Re: Withdrawal to different account ?
« on: March 06, 2017, 09:20:20 PM »
If it's not necessary or an accident like in above mentioned cases why would you do it? It's like volunteering yourself into their radar.
Arbing and trading talk / Re: Finding Bets to lose on
« on: March 04, 2017, 08:28:35 PM »
You shouldn't have any problem laying max stake that books are ready to take on horses between 5/1 and 10/1 at any horse race in UK. Another thing is if you bet horses you get more attention from books than if you don't which might be counterproductive.
Exchanges / Re: Betfair
« on: March 04, 2017, 07:39:16 PM »
Caught me too but turned out in my favour. Pure luck though and no fun at all..
Arbing and trading talk / Re: Finding Bets to lose on
« on: March 04, 2017, 11:49:11 AM »
Maybe lay horses at 10/1 in a busy race and hope for the best. 9/10 times you will lose.
It's only statistical chance. In real life you have variance. He can hit not only 10/1 but 100. In this context horses are as tricky as any other sport. Arbing out is just a bad idea. Might be considered only as the last and desperate way keeping in mind that one may end up with way more money in the book's account one wanted to withdraw from in the first place.
Newbie's questions / Re: Registering with a VPN
« on: March 02, 2017, 02:03:08 PM »
Why should the bookie worry about a vpn being used, unless the accounts are real.
Why would a mug punter use vpn?
Other investments / Re: French election
« on: March 01, 2017, 05:33:25 PM »
I dont know brexit and Trump were like more 48-52 situatsions-amost coinflips. Le Pen has probably 30-70 support today. It could increase, but i somehow thinking that everyone try his luck betting Le pen and this time smart money is other side
I'm with you on this. The French system is different than American where Trump won the nomination of one of the two main parties. In France in the second round all political spectrum (unlike in Brexit) will be against her. The big question mark is motivation (or lack of it) of voters on anti-Le Pen side. Brexit and Trump election shows that underdog voters are much more motivated to actually use their votes.
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