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« on: October 03, 2016, 09:07:57 AM »


I've done some casual sports betting over the years but never looked into arbing seriously until now. Is it possible/realistic to do this from US-friendly books? I know Bovada limits players very fast, not sure about other books.

Is it safe to VPN and use non-US books, or is it possible they will find out and confiscate my funds?


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« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2016, 12:36:30 AM »

I'm making some spare change from the U.S.

I haven't been limited by Bovada yet, but I have been limited by WagerWeb on some sports and 1xBet jacks your odds way up so that they become worthless.

I also use 5Dimes, BetOnline, CaribSports, BetPhoenix, Bookmaker, BetEast (same as VitalBet) and Fairlay, which is a Bitcoin Book with Pinnacle lines! BetGun would be a good soft book, but I can't get money into them. They might start taking Bitcoin next year.

I keep looking for more Bitcoin Books that might have associations with European Books, or at least track the same odds as a European Book.

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