Numbers don't lie..Who knows, maybe we're leaving a fortune on table by covering other side at Pinnacle? However, if we were making value bets (not covering other side at Pinnacle), then you would probably risk less since as Anormal1992 mentioned, 10 loses in a row may put your bankroll in jeopardy so you won't be able to risk %10 of your bankroll since you're not arbing. You will have to use much more conservative stakes. I think Pescu wanted to say, he is thinking about just betting in softbook, not covering other side at Pinnacle since like all arbers, his Pinnacle and asian books balance keep decreasing. If you do it, this is called value betting and you must use very conservative stakes. Will it work? You can be sure about that.My results are not different then yours, numbers don't lie.My Pinnacle Balance Results Year-to-Date (Just arbs, not straight bets)Jan 2013 Pinnacle -11.536€Fen 2013 Pinnacle +9.960€Mar 2013 Pinnacle +31.454€Apr 2013 Pinnacle -87.749€May 2013 Pinnacle -76.499€ Jun 2013 Pinnacle -24.292€Jul 2013 Pinnacle +9.663€Pinnacle side is -149.000€ so far this year.Over the long haul, you're doomed to lose at Pinnacle and asian books. You will always win more in softbooks since you're betting value odds. If you bet these odds at Pinnacle, there's no value. You will breakeven or lose money. There's a serious difference between betting something at 1.90 and 2.30.
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