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Ferda
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arbing for living - updated
« on: October 14, 2015, 03:56:35 AM »

Hello guys, im new here and new with arbs. I found that by really really huge coincidence.  Then uncle google helped me with basically everything.
And I'm that kind of person, who does something  0%  or  for 100% effort.

I've been doing something similiar for years and it really fascinates me, job that you can do everywhere in the world and anytime you wish. I'm so lucky and I hope I'll be lucky with arbs aswell ;)

Btw what web you consider really useful and helpful for new people like me? I saw a lot,but most of webs i saw were just like "just click on our affiliate and good luck bro"


Cheers



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Re: getting started
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2015, 12:09:42 AM »

1st thing,i found Interwetten as overpriced joke. Wondering how somebody can make arbs on that.
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Re: getting started
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2015, 05:46:08 AM »

Anyway, I'm making it on my own (and still uncle google), I'm getting started faster and faster (already invested like 5000$+).

Made some money, started with middles, learned how to make arb book and track results:)

I was quickly limited at Coral/Marathon/Paddy/William Hill/Titan, lookin for some new bookies. I'd be happy for ANY recommendations.
I have 888/bet365/pinn/matchbook/188/sbo/10bet/smarkets.
I wanted Betdaq/Ladbrokes/Betfred, but I cant reg for some reason from my country ;/
Could you recommend something? How about Nordicbet/BetUS/Winner/Betsson/Sportingbet/Tonybet/SportsbetAU?
Thanks :)

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Re: getting started
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2015, 10:33:42 AM »

From those you listed try now Nordicbet, Betsson and Sportingbet. Winner is the same as Titan and you'll be limited very quickly. BetUS have many poor reviews over the internet.
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Re: getting started
« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2015, 05:33:57 AM »

My 1st 10days in arbing with real and reasonable money were amazing. I made obviously some mistakes, but still made decent about 7%, which really excited me(without some palps) My Rebelbetting trial is nearly finish, so I ll add some bookies(nordic,betsson,sportingbet,betfair etc. because some dumb bookies have already limit me) and probably change alert service. I heard / tried Betringer, that seem really awesome, fast, accounting, basically everything you need.

Opinions?

In a  few days I'll be back, strong, richer and with fresh new bookies! Gl guys ;)

(and thanks arber_PL)
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Re: arbing for living - updated
« Reply #5 on: October 28, 2015, 09:26:29 AM »

Keep up the hard work.

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Re: getting started
« Reply #6 on: October 31, 2015, 04:33:37 PM »

How is it with limits at Nordic/Unibet/Betsson/Sportingbet and bet at home? My stake is usually over 100$ already. I was reading some stories about getting limited quickly and werent able to withraw money on Sportingbet etc So I'd be happy for every idea which bookie worth it nowadays, thanks :)


From those you listed try now Nordicbet, Betsson and Sportingbet. Winner is the same as Titan and you'll be limited very quickly. BetUS have many poor reviews over the internet.
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