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tyler841
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Hey there !

I´m wondering whats the best advice when it comes to avoiding your accounts being restricted too often / too soon.
Is it all about behavior like trying to blend in and appear like a regular sports bettor and just being mindfull along with that not making use of every single bonus offer ?
Or is it critical to conceal your actions apart from that blocking programs like iesnare / mpsnare from gathering too much data too easily ?

I have looked through the net extensively and this subject is obviously very controversial.Some argue that mug betting and blending in is the way to go and that it doesnt
matter at all if one blocks any kind of tracking and that this can even be counterproductive as you get flagged because of it.
Others again advice to block iesnare and similar stuff and even use VPN and other stuff.

So as there seem to be a lot of people with long term experience on here I would be thankful for some insights.

Whats the best way to keep ones accounts healthy and running for as long as possible ? Should one block all "spyware" or not worry about it at all ?
Did any of you guys experience more or less restriction approaching their betting either way ?

thx a lot in advance

tyler
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Hi tyler841 and welcome to the forum.
Read the following links:
http://arbusers.com/index.php/topic,4504.0.html
http://arbusers.com/index.php/topic,2222.0.html
http://arbusers.com/index.php/topic,2550.0.html
http://arbusers.com/index.php/topic,4609.0.html
Opinions on iesnare are controversial. Some people would advise you to do anything you can to delete it from your computer(s), other would say leave it as it is because bookies get suspicious when they don't see it in your computer(s). Search some more in the forum in regards to iesnare.
VPN is becoming dangerous these last years, because bookmakers are getting more sensitive when it comes to VPNs and somehow many of them are now able to detect it. Depending on where you live and what your needs are, a dedicated IP provider might be a better solution. Even like this, you should be careful with leaks and the over all quality of the service.
Finally, you have to learn to live with limits. Live arbing might extend an account's life significantly. Read more in the 4th link provided above.
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Wow those 4 links are absolute gold, wow I'm shocked at the level of the bookmaker disdain for arbers.
They are sooooo greedy. Worst than banks! I didn't think it was possible until reading your links.
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thx, interesting reading.
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Wow those 4 links are absolute gold, wow I'm shocked at the level of the bookmaker disdain for arbers.
They are sooooo greedy. Worst than banks! I didn't think it was possible until reading your links.

So you would happily run a business and keep customers that cost you money?


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Hmm, yeah well they are in the business of gambling:
- But in gambling you can win and lose.

In their business, its only gamblers that lose money that they want.
They want to keep a client base of losers and not have any winners.

Their practise is now pick and choose which customers they want and then the moment that you start winning consistently.  They limit you. They have redefined pick and choose so much that they now view google maps of where you live.  Insert cookies into your browser so they can monitor you more closely. whats next?


That kind of changes the concept of gambling. The profits are already super big from all of the mugs.
So big that that the stakeholders use money as toilet paper in their toilets.

They buy business for 30Million just so that they can have a monolopy, i.e tomwaterhouse)
Another company was bought for 670 Million just to keep the monolopy. (sportingbet)


Do you have any idea how much money a company needs to make in order to buy a company for 670M.

So maybe 1% of their market are arbers and remember that arbers may not necessarily win all the time. Win and Lose depending on the match on one side of the bookie.

but they are soo desperate to stop even the 1%.
So they can have 100% of the profit.

I'm not about to go and defend them, I've worked for a betting company and I understand how much chance the average mug has.
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I just wonder if there are competition, and hightech data analyses why the hell juices are 10% small moderate leagues 1.8 1.8 are quite standard
When  will we see in the future high competition about juices?
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This is the most thorough explanation I have read on avoiding limitations.

--> https://www.bettingexpert.com/how-to/bookmakers/avoid-betting-account-restrictions
Basically it means that there isn't any way and you will soon be limited, we can enjoy while we can.
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FYI i have played casino games(during some promo games) and i have to admit  it hasnt prolong my life as a a arber. But in theory it should be good for my profile
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This is not exactly true,it depends from geolocation,if someone lives on united kingdom, he has much bigger limits and can bet high amounts on televised matches
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Here is another really good article,

That come from the inside.
--> http://www.daily25.com/bookmakers-track-every-move-industry-insider/

Good tip from that, is everyone should stay in incognito mode to avoid cookie detection.
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I would check out the threads posted here from previous members on which bookmakers are softest.

Then follow common sense advice like https://churchofbetting.com/2016/08/21/sports-arbitrage-how-to-stay-under-the-radar/

I wish there was a plugin that didn't delete iesnare but cleaned it of all warning signals so the bookmakers wouldn't question it
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