coral, paddypower, betfred betvictor, bwin, ladbrookers, mybet, tipico, rivalo, unibet, william hill,, paf, 888sport, sportingbet, titanbet, tonybetLike I see you start with arbitrage. Sooner or later you will be limited with all bookmakers (soft ones). They are ways how to avoid limits, but you need a lot of experiance. But the moste profitable way to arb is to have a lot of friends
You used just one soft bookie marathonbet and got limited (bet365 is also soft but the best soft bookie), other bookies you used aren`t soft.Use pinny, i think one free withdrawal per a month is enough for you.Be careful, don`t place like 151.13$ 142.64$ bet stakes on soft bookies. Learn more about how to cover your arbs among soft and sharp bookies. good luck
why do you think that valuebetting will be a better way for you than arbing? Bookies limit valuebetting exactly the same as arbing, they in fact dont care if you arb or valuebet or what, its that you bet on lines which provide value that makes them lose in the long term. Valuebetting can be more profitable in the long term than arbing, but you need a bigger bank in order to get through losses. As I suppose your bank is smaller I would suggest to stick with arbing.
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Well I don't really know, it was just a thought. It seem to be much safer and easier to place value bets. You can use just exchanges, which I guess, and I might be wrong, will never limit you or lock your account or whatever. You can actually offer something better than what you see to possibly make value even better. As for sticking with arbing, I didn't find the adequate way yet, after marathon limited me.
why can't value bettors make their business using exchanges only ? never will be limited
Quote from: RATTLEHEAD on January 06, 2016, 11:22:01 PMwhy can't value bettors make their business using exchanges only ? never will be limitedBecause exchanges represent the real value of each bet, minus the commission paid. The advantage real value is in soft bookmakers.
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