i am also interested how is online betting going in New Zealand.Anyone knows which bookies are available from NZ and what kind of taxation laws do they have?
G'day mate! Fellow Australian checking in.Keep scouring the forums, plenty of great info to be had here.alsoSometimes it is important to read between the lines, what is not being said can be the most profitable option.Sign up bonuses here are juicy indeed, but sometimes I wonder if by maxing them i'm curtailing my arbing career. It is hard to turn down those $700+ bonus bets though.No idea how our friends over the Tasman operate, I would hazard a guess they use most of the same bookies Australians do.
Hi, mate! I'm also in Canberra. I was just limited by sportsbet.
Quote from: wujerry on July 23, 2014, 04:51:59 AMHi, mate! I'm also in Canberra. I was just limited by sportsbet.Hi mate, I was limited by sportsbet & IASbet after two arbs! They don't take kindly to our type around there it seems. Anyway there are plenty of other bookies in Aus and perhaps overseas so you're still OK for now. Good luck with the rest of the bookies!I have found luxbet to limit your betting limits very quickly as well, however I have had good success with bet365, Centrebet & unibet so far. Hopefully this continues for a while...
Now I have only SBObet as the offshore one. Centrebet is nice, I bet there a lot, no problem. Do you have any experience about other offshore bookies?
benefits of this being you can bet in AUD so no forex issues and there is a strong regulatory environment with Aus. bookies
Last night I was restricted by Centrebet. I bet on a tennis game for about 700$. Then after a few minutes, the odds changed and I was cut by 80% (I test some markets and my winning allowed is 20% of that before, about 300$ on tennis and 350$ on baseball now). However, my sportingbet account was not affected. That's a good news.
Page created in 0.642 seconds with 37 queries.