It actually amazes me that soft Books don't tighten up their lines and get better and quicker at updating them. That would be easier than tracking and limiting Arbs and Sharps.
In a way, you are limiting yourself, so why worry about getting limited?
Quote from: barnstorm on October 03, 2016, 03:42:55 PMIn a way, you are limiting yourself, so why worry about getting limited?Good line
I was placing bets over €100 on either side of different bookmakers, so that obviously raised some red flags.
As always I agree with Max.
@Max - So you're saying if I increased the stake, I would still have the same result, but with more profit? I don't agree because the ones I kept with lower stakes, have not been limited, including bet365 whom I saw receiving a lot of criticism lately for limiting too much.
Quote@Max - So you're saying if I increased the stake, I would still have the same result, but with more profit? I don't agree because the ones I kept with lower stakes, have not been limited, including bet365 whom I saw receiving a lot of criticism lately for limiting too much.I think maybe you are under the impression that you get limited when they manually notice large stakes - that is not the case - they have very sophisticated scripts to weed out those taking value lines so eventually they will limit you whatever stake you are using - low stakes will not keep you under the radar for longThe consensus is that once you are competent at your new "job" then you take them for as much as you can for as long as you can and then move on to a new ID without wasting valuable accounts with low stakesYou also need to diversify a bit and evolve into more than just pure arbing and no one will tell you what these things are - these things will avail themselves to you as you get more experiencedYou can also make use of limited accounts too and not just throw them away - that too will also become apparent with experience and there is more than enough information in the posts on the forum for anyone to "connect the dots" eventuallyJeebus - that's a long post for me - people will think I'm related to Luctens
The fact is that this is a high volume, low margin game
However, I know for a fact that not all bookmakers use such automated systems, and some (a good number?) still use old ways, that is have analysts checking the betting patterns of clients manually.
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