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Value betting / Re: Value Betting with Horse Racing
« on: Yesterday at 12:18:08 AM »
You can expect fast limits. From books point of view there's no difference whether you arb or valuebetting. And arbing horses is the fastest way to get limited. With horses trading seems to be the only way but it's getting harder every year..
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Rest Area / Re: The Life of a Professional Gambler
« on: September 27, 2017, 12:35:22 PM »
Caan berry is one of the most successful traders at Betfair have win enough money.But i have heard  from people that Caan berry is actually a person who advertises Betfair,so some people say that all these profits are not real and is a way to advertise betfair.
We all know that it is too easy to make some fake betfair betslips.What do you think,Caan berry profits are real or  a way to advertise betfair?
His business is “education”. It used to be trading when it was much easier. He used to be linked with BF and than with Geekstoy. So obviously he advertises BF to make money by teaching you how to win there and by selling GT..
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Value betting / Re: Vaue Betting 1xBet
« on: May 22, 2017, 02:12:03 PM »
It's a common wisdom to stay away from them.
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Wouldn't there be more money for them actually placing the bets then provide them as a paid service?
You answer your own question here: they would if they could...
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And before you start overcoming all the difficulties mentioned above try to put your BF (which would be your main exchange) commission to the level which will create arbs with Asians, keeping in mind that you want to avoid premium charge...
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Newbie's questions / Re: My introduction to this forum
« on: May 04, 2017, 09:49:19 AM »
Any great tips to share with me?
In your case just one. You have good job, young family and live in a nice place. Spending time to learn the ropes of sport arbitrage at the stage where it is now would be a total waste of good life for you.
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Newbie's questions / Re: Some important question about arbitrage
« on: May 01, 2017, 03:40:15 PM »
might be wrong but i won advice bonus hunting anymore, bookies are using that option to steal money.
How can you go wrong on bonuses assuming you read t&c, had your docs and avoided the usual suspects?
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Arbing and trading talk / Re: pinnacle withdraw problem
« on: May 01, 2017, 03:02:57 PM »
Thanks Bubbles

I don't know what is the problem. And I wait enough , I think need some other action.
What mean is the deadline i mean don't understand "don't escape from any of those countries" this part. can you explain for me?
They left Poland and Ireland recently so if you're a resident of any of these countries you should have withdrawn before that.
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Arbing and trading talk / Re: pinnacle withdraw problem
« on: May 01, 2017, 02:03:50 AM »
wait and see what is/was a problem or ask them about it politely. They usually answer and  pay fast, sometimes slow where there are some issues but if everything is legit you'll get your money in the end. I hope you don't escape from any of those countries that piny is leaving and missed your withdrawing deadline, d'you? 
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Newbie's questions / Re: Some important question about arbitrage
« on: April 30, 2017, 03:02:26 PM »
I can tell you now, the ones who are most successful here are the ones who never had to ask questions.
tbh “the ones who are most successful” are not here; sometimes they visit disguised as newbies when thinking about new ways and checking some technicalities... otherwise if they're still in the game they don't need a forum like this...
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Arbing and trading talk / Re: Arbitrage
« on: April 13, 2017, 10:09:20 PM »
If your line on B365 is “normal” you're on the safe side. In real life though pin will mostly have a sharp line and a B365 be out of line if you use these two. That's why the first one is called sharp- and the second softbook. They can change places in the future (unlikely) but the relation of the sharp and the soft will remain the same.
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Value betting / Re: Live value betting
« on: April 13, 2017, 03:49:03 PM »
Although this has the most risk this has produced the largest roi for me.
I don't know number of your bets but if it's not very large be careful with it, you may be just running your luck.
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Smarkets may cause you problems if you can hit them where they are slow. Matchbook may behave weird (not because you arb) in horse markets and possibly some others as well.
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Arbing and trading talk / Re: IEsnare
« on: April 07, 2017, 07:33:14 PM »
they will just add some more text on their cookie acceptance policy.

In what way would this change things?
If they are forced to legally accept that iesnere is not a cookie but something else (whatever they call it) they will dress it in nice words and add to their cookie acceptance policy/ t&c which are not negotiable and that's it.
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Newbie's questions / Re: Sharp bookies list
« on: April 07, 2017, 12:50:59 AM »
Singbet (and sister book 188bet) is soft. Their damage mitigation procedure differs though: 188 simply limits winning accounts, while singbet voids a certain percentage of winning bets.
You mean that some bookies will CANCEL some bets if you are winning too often??? That's immoral!
... as I was saying, walk before you run ;)
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