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Rest Area / Re: Tough season coming to an end
« on: Today at 09:49:51 AM »
A very calm weekend with limited action due to the cup finals. A long summer ahead.
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Bookies discussion / Re: Bitcoin bokies
« on: Today at 09:48:37 AM »
I think Nitrogen is safe. Expect BTC gambling to sky rocket soon.
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VPN service / Re: Dedicated IP providers?
« on: Today at 09:47:41 AM »
I recently tested a vpn service with a test dedicated ip they gave me and i couldn't open bet365, so it's no use for me...

This should be reviewed deeper as there is no possible way for a bookmaker to know that you are using a dedicated IP, unless there is something else, more wired.
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Courtsiders keep the advantage of real time against all others, provided that they are indeed there.
The next faster thing is real time TV which is not available to the wider audience and only in a very small number of countries.
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Rest Area / Re: Books
« on: May 26, 2017, 08:38:46 PM »
Most probably my answer will not cover your needs, but I think it worths taking a look.
1st step, I suggest you start with Carlo Cipolla's book ''The basic laws of Human stupidity''. IMO, this is the best book written ever because if your brain starts thinking like this automatically, you will be able to at least understand every situation that you live. At a later stage, depending on your capabilities you will be able to capitalise this knowledge. Cipolla wrote some other books as well, but they will not help you in your case, if you are only looking for negotiations.
2nd step, you should study as more games as you can in the game theory. If you understand these games you will understand when a situation is on your favor or not. Read some games here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_games_in_game_theory
3rd step, the one that you will not like, is go for an MBA. There are a couple good MBA's in the UK plus some others in continental Europe. There you will meet people of negotiation and they will present case studies, ranging from the Cuba missiles crisis to the ridiculous negotiation of Tsipras/Varoufakis with the EU. A detailed study will benefit you.
4th step is study Thucydides. Try finding a good translation of his books in your language. Some of the meanings are understood correctly only in Greek language, but a good translation will give you at least 95% of the core. Thucydides is studied in depth in all serious military academies. Surprisingly, the Greeks insist not to teach it in their own military academy...no question why they are bankrupted.

There is something else that nobody will teach you now. This is a mentality and a behaviour of how to protect your individual interests, given to you by your parents. This is very sensitive and cant be described easily.

I hope i helped.
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There is no need to cover that event in any exchange and take a 2-5% burden in my back.

People that understand this wise statement are those who focus on value betting instead of arbing. On the other hand, there is a big number of players who used Pinnacle as their main covering bookmaker and fail to understand the 2-5% burden.
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Value betting / Re: Vaue Betting 1xBet
« on: May 22, 2017, 03:53:15 PM »
MisterRodriguez, I can suggest some well deserved charities instead.
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BetInAsia is no longer offering cash back for your Matchbook volumes.
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Rest Area / Re: Visiting Cyclades in July
« on: May 20, 2017, 03:00:11 PM »
http://arbusers.com/index.php/topic,3174.msg39671.html#msg39671

Delos is from 2:10 to 2:55. If you go alone you will not understand a thing. you might need to arrange a guide for Delos. Look at the rest of the video as well, you might find something interested to your tastes.
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Rest Area / Re: Visiting Cyclades in July
« on: May 20, 2017, 12:00:51 PM »
If it is a 2 week trip you better stick with Cyclades and avoid Crete and the Dodecanese. You can always visit them in a next trip. If you have a local Captain in the boat you can discuss with him as well. Most of them they know places to go not for everyone.
I have some doubts about Mykonos. Maybe it is too much for me, but others are crazy and loyal fans of this island.
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Arbing and trading talk / Re: How do they know?
« on: May 18, 2017, 07:50:09 AM »
Im working on a model where algorithm dont red flag and manual incpection isnt so easy to say he is arber. Tests are so far quite good

Manual inspections come at a very late stage and when bookmaker is already determined to confiscate your money. I believe you should do more in regards to automatic inspections.
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Rest Area / Re: Visiting Cyclades in July
« on: May 17, 2017, 08:34:14 PM »
Dont spend time in Lavrio, nothing to see there.
Syros: You could take a look at the town of Ermoupolis. Best beach to visit and swim is Galisas. You can eat in the fishtavers of Galisas.
Ios: Milopotas beach for swimming. The island had a great night life some years ago, but more calm now.
Santorini: Best island of all by far. Spend many days there. Eat in the very expensive restaurants with sea and sun view after 1930 at the edge of the cliff. Your girl is going to love you even more.
Milos: This island has the best beaches in the Aegean. Ask locals for more.
Athens: Dont spend many days there. You can see the Acropolis and that would be it. See the coffee culture in Glyfada. You could spend a couple of days in Cape Sounio and see the Milky Way.
You can find many alternative options in the Aegean and see things that you don't expect. Or, visit more mainstream choices like Rodos and Crete.
Enjoy.
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Stock Markets and Forex / Re: S&P 500
« on: May 16, 2017, 07:48:31 AM »
Seeing the Index going up, I must set a stop loss limit. That would be 2401, 10% above my entry point. This is a risk that I can take provided that my targets, if accomplished, will offer a much bigger profit.

S&P at 2402 yesterday night, stop loss activated. A wrong prediction from my side.
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General talk about betting agents / Re: Smarkets Agent
« on: May 15, 2017, 12:59:21 PM »
Hi, I'm looking for a broker offering access to Smarkets.
Is there any available on the market?

As far as I know there is no agent offering Smarkets accounts.
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Stock Markets and Forex / Re: bitcoins
« on: May 15, 2017, 10:50:50 AM »
Strongly suggest that you be careful here because BTC transactions via NT might be followed by  questions.
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