Avoiding limits

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aristo
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Avoiding limits

Wed May 08, 2013 10:12 am

What do you think about combos? Do you think this can work? Has anyone tried this before?

http://www.surebetmonitor.com/2011/07/04/lesson-12-multisurebets-great-way-to-avoid-limit/
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Re: Avoiding limits

Wed May 22, 2013 5:32 pm

Greetings from Poland:)
I am new here so hello to everyone! I reiterate this question:
-has anyone tried to do multisurebets in order to avoid limits on soft bookies?
If not, then I will try:)
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Re: Avoiding limits

Wed May 22, 2013 9:18 pm

It works..

However, please don't make it too public! Shhhhhhhhhhhh! Don't tell it to everyone!

Oh, btw! If first leg of the parlay is a baseball or tennis (open court) play, CHECK THE WEATHER REPORT! Game may be postponed because of rain and you may be fukked up.

No problem if home team (baseball) has a dome or recractrable roof though.

It also helps you to bypass limit problem. For example, XXX Bookie may have 500€ limit for single wager but you may let you bet 2000-2500€ on parlay.
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Re: Avoiding limits

Thu May 23, 2013 4:32 am

I see some possible problems on this strategy:

1. your odds on seond leg may move/drop towards match start, so total overall will be less
2. you waste your second arb (in terms of loosing at combi-book the first leg)
3. you might get to too high stakes on second leg (rather kind of "luxuray problem" - but just to mention)
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Re: Avoiding limits

Thu May 23, 2013 6:44 am

MUCHBET wrote: I see some possible problems on this strategy:

1. your odds on seond leg may move/drop towards match start, so total overall will be less
This looks like a huge concern. You can go into negative numbers pretty fast and with ease.
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Re: Avoiding limits

Thu May 23, 2013 8:53 am

MUCHBET wrote: I see some possible problems on this strategy:

1. your odds on seond leg may move/drop towards match start, so total overall will be less
2. you waste your second arb (in terms of loosing at combi-book the first leg)
3. you might get to too high stakes on second leg (rather kind of "luxuray problem" - but just to mention)
Generaly you have right. But in my experience (after placed 5000+ combos):
1. Odds will can have signifacant drop, which means bigger arb
2. You are correct, but also if first selection on combo is winning, you have bigger volume on second.

Big problem in my opinion is time. Because in single arb, you place bet and cover it within a minute. In combo world it takes a lot of more time....

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