Yes, that would be stupid...Maybe if I have a friend there, I could use his identity?Thanks.
Quote from: pescu23 on June 23, 2013, 08:47:31 PMYes, that would be stupid...Maybe if I have a friend there, I could use his identity?Thanks.You dont really expect me to answer to this question, don't you?
I thought this was newbie wall... I'm asking serious, anyone can reply? I would be grateful.Thanks.
Quote from: pescu23 on June 24, 2013, 08:44:55 AMI thought this was newbie wall... I'm asking serious, anyone can reply? I would be grateful.Thanks.U are right. It is obvious you have to do that.Use a proxy and in my opinion you will not have problems....at least with pinny and betfair!
countries like Greece, Spain, Germany, etc, countries where internet gambling is forbidden.
Back in the winter of '06/'07 when most online gaming was shut down in the USA I heard of some cases of people crossing the northern border into Canada to rent a tiny office or a closet in someone's house for placement of a brand new out of the box desktop computer. Then they re-registered all of their online gaming accounts to the location of this 'offshore' computer which they proceeded to access from within the US using any of various subscription remote-computing software like GoToMyPC. I saw one detailed description of this set-up on the blog of some arber who had relatives living on a dairy farm somewhere between Windsor and London, Ontario the first of which is just across a river from Detroit, Michigan.Anyone in the EU use this approach? I assume it's still viable. When I was still arbing after what went down in 06/07 I did it from Mexico City where I had de facto resident status because being the father of a Mexican citizen and none of the books seems to mind as long as I was outside of the borders of the US when placing bets.
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