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Arbing After Restrictions
« on: June 21, 2017, 02:05:05 AM »

I used to arb a few years ago and I have started up again recently.

This time the restrictions have came much, much quicker and I'm not really sure if it's viable to continue. Can anybody offer any advice?

I am a UK based player.

So far I have used the following books:

Bet365 - I lasted a month and am now restricted to between a £1-10 profit depending on how popular the market is.

bwin - Restricted to a maximum profit of €25 after only four bets.

MarathonBet - Restricted to £5 maximum stake after 10 bets, but unrestricted in the largest markets. Now I am only allowed £1 in any market.

William Hill - No restrictions yet but, until recently, I have been losing a lot of money here.

10Bet - After a couple of weeks, they now refer all bets that are 5%+ of the maximum stake to a trader, who either rejects my bet, offers me crap odds, or will only let me stake £1.

Betfair - Promptly limited to £2.50 max profit on the Sportsbook as I kept winning, but obviously no problems on the exchange.

TonyBet - Limited to between £2.50-£10 profit per bet after only placing a few bets.

BetWay - Limited to €1 as soon as I won a bet (which was the third one that I placed). My first three bets were in major markets...

TitanBet - Limited to 78p as soon as I unlocked the bonus.

888Sport - No problems yet, which is surprising as they banned me quickly last time. I am deeply in the red with them though, which is probably why I am fine.

BetVictor - Completely banned, despite losing every bet and every single one being the kind of bets that mug punters would be making anyway.

188Bet - No problems, but then there weren't last time I arbed either.

Novibet - No problems, but I have no idea what their limits are as I can't see the maximum stake.
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Re: Arbing After Restrictions
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2017, 05:01:41 PM »

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Re: Arbing After Restrictions
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2017, 03:27:34 PM »

I'm afraid I cant offer any advice, but am curious to know exactly how long you've been back arbing, and how quickly (days, weeks?) you started getting limited?

In all cases were you betting at/near the max allowed bet?

Rounding to the nearest 5 or 10?

I haven't started arbing yet and am trying to get an idea of how I can possibly slow down the inevitable limiting of accounts.

Thanks for your post.
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Re: Arbing After Restrictions
« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2017, 05:17:39 PM »

ask dealerwins, he claims to make 40k year after year only arbing with his own ID.
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Re: Arbing After Restrictions
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2017, 05:46:19 PM »

ask dealerwins, he claims to make 40k year after year only arbing with his own ID.

I notice some irony in this post. FYI there are people making far more than 40k arbing with their own ID. They all say that it can't be done.
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Re: Arbing After Restrictions
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2017, 05:53:52 PM »

I'm afraid I cant offer any advice, but am curious to know exactly how long you've been back arbing, and how quickly (days, weeks?) you started getting limited?
It depends on the bookmaker. It only took a day or two for MarathonBet, bwin, TonyBet, BetWay and BetVictor to ban me. These are bookmakers known for dishing out bans like no tomorrow though.

I lasted a couple of weeks with 10Bet. I'm not completely limited though and they let me have an occasional bet of a reasonable size. If you sign up, I wouldn't recommend taking a bonus worth more than £100. Their bonus is difficult to unlock in the first place, then make it even harder by rejecting every qualifying bet with stakes higher than a few quid. They also take any winnings should you use your bonus balance. I'm convinced their bonus is actually a scam to rob punters of their money.

TitanBet also let me play for a couple of weeks before limiting me to 78p, then completely banning me when I placed two bets at that price.

I lasted about a month with Bet365, but I am still going strong with the others.

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In all cases were you betting at/near the max allowed bet?
Only after being limited.

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Rounding to the nearest 5 or 10?
Yes.

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I haven't started arbing yet and am trying to get an idea of how I can possibly slow down the inevitable limiting of accounts.
I am of the opinion that it cannot be done. Many people are banned after one or two bets, which says it all really.
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