the Self-Service betting terminals - im not really sure how these work yet, but i guess they could be exploited if they have a wide choice of markets and can accept decent stakes. Anyone used these?
You can get limited at shops - if you constantly bet on value lines that are probably in more "exotic" markets, you will be flagged. If you try to bet large amounts all the time, they have to phone these bets through to their traders to be accepted, and if this is done regularly, you will stand out. Once you get limited at a Ladbrokes shop for example, then your photo is sent around all the Ladbrokes shops in the local area so they also know to refuse your bets. It can be done though, it just isnt very worthwhile anymore compared to how easy arbing online is. There is a lot of travelling involved and by the time you get to the shops the odds have usually changed. There is also the security issue of having to take large amounts of cash with you. If you want to pursue it, i would suggest moving around your local area a lot so you dont always hit the same shops, and dont try to stake too much in a single shop. Hit lots of shops for small amounts. Having some friends work with you will let you hit multiple shops at the same time, to reduce the chance of odds changing, and wasted journeys to other shops.One thing i was going to look at when i have more time is the Self-Service betting terminals - im not really sure how these work yet, but i guess they could be exploited if they have a wide choice of markets and can accept decent stakes. Anyone used these?
The odds on the self service terminals are usually really bad, however I'm sure once in a while they may offer an arb. Does anyone know if you can view these odds online that the have for these machines.
Does anyone know for a fact that they can "limit" you in a shop?I'm pretty sure it's illegal to deny/alter services to one customer without any justification ( "he's a winner" it's not a justification that will hold on court )I tried once to go bet in a shop in London, but the prices were lower than the ones online, so I assumed that's always the case, making the shop useless for arbing...
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