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It is not only a value betting party, but an arbing party as well. Sharp books are reducing their limits not because of arbing between sharps and softs, but because of arbing between sharps.

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Bookies discussion / Re: Pinnacle no longer accepts action from bots
« on: January 22, 2019, 01:15:20 PM »
It is perfectly fine keeping your business into a lifestyle level. No body is going to accuse you, and you shouldn't accuse your self either. Bot some are willing to go for scalable business and these shouldn't be accused either.

Bookmakers will adopt. They already adopt. They could go the easy way of money confiscation, lowering limits etc, or the hard way of making their softwares better, becoming more competitive.
Heracles made his choice between Vice and Virtue and we all have to make our own choices in these business. Pinnacle made its choice some years ago to become better and more competitive. Maybe the management made another choice right now.

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Bookies discussion / Re: Pinnacle no longer accepts action from bots
« on: January 22, 2019, 09:45:23 AM »
I have to disappoint all retro-nostalgic smart players.
While I do understand their reasoning, which is based mainly on personal bias and interests, bots are here to stay. IMO this trend is irreversible. Of course bookmakers will counter-attack and we have seen some of these counter-attacks recently (remember the Feb18 raid from a well known bookmaker?) but really, there is limited space for them.
Lets go back to the 90s and see the debate between shop lovers and internet anticipators. The anticipators won, and actually, all these people who are against bots right now belong to the internet anticipators who won the battle against shop lovers.
Now there is a new battle. Guess who will win? Bot developers will. Of course there will be space to make money from manual action in the same way that some people still make money from shops but the largest part of the prey will go to those who side with the bots.

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General talk about betting agents / Re: 3et.com
« on: January 21, 2019, 08:06:05 PM »

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Bookies discussion / Re: Pinnacle no longer accepts action from bots
« on: January 20, 2019, 03:20:31 PM »
I am using the bot for Pinnacle, What will I do? Stop or continue to use the bot and reduce the credit ?
I afraid pinny will rob all money.

As previously mentioned, you should reduce your risks by holding only the money really needed for your operations.

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Bookies discussion / Re: Pinnacle no longer accepts action from bots
« on: January 20, 2019, 07:51:12 AM »
The risk as it is for the time being, is for those who use bots.
The rest of sharp bettors have nothing to fear from Pinnacle.
Humble and intelligent money management requires that you keep in every bookmaker the amount of funds that you feel comfortable with.
Let's face it, only a very small percentage of Pinnacle's clients use bots to beat their lines. Pinnacle made a clear decision being ready to lose these clients and part of their good reputation.
If Pinnacle decides to attack all forms of smart and sharp action, their reputation will be damaged so much, that they will end up no different than WillHill and the others.

is it a bad time for a newbie? I have read this forum for many hours as advised, pinnacle, betfair recent problems for members, books who i read on here want arbers?

We explained several times that newbies face barriers to entry in these business. However, if you wait for better times, then most probably you will never make it.

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Bookies discussion / Re: Pinnacle no longer accepts action from bots
« on: January 19, 2019, 06:33:39 PM »
Even though we are talking about different things, I completely agree with what you say.

These Terms are very general and they leave huge space for many interpretations not necessarily for the player but against the player.

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Bookies discussion / Re: Pinnacle no longer accepts action from bots
« on: January 19, 2019, 04:13:47 PM »
These Terms are clearly showing that Pinnacle is not what it used to be. Sharp action became much sharper these last years and the volumes coming from sharp action are much bigger in terms of % compared to dump volumes.
These Terms are very general and they leave huge space for many interpretations not necessarily for the player but against the player.

Side comment: There are ways to camouflage bot action and make them look like pure human manual betting. Some bots are already adopted.

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Rest Area / Re: moving money between casino
« on: January 19, 2019, 04:09:09 PM »
Can someone advise please if this is possible.

I found two bookies running the same casino platform and was wondering if there is any strategy that will help me lose in bookie A and win it all in Bookie B over a period of time maybe 1 week.

I checked this in the forum and didnt find any informations. Please can someone advise

There are strategies but none of them guarantees that money will go in the desired direction.
In addition, bookmakers are outsourcing their casinos and thus 2-3 casinos are working for everybody. That is why you will see the same dealers on a table no matter if you login from bookmaker A or bookmaker B. These casinos are always vigilant for money passing between accounts, so whatever you do you should be very careful.

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Announcements / Server down, but now back for good
« on: January 18, 2019, 07:44:43 PM »
We had some interruptions today and we are sorry for not being with the community for almost 9 hours. No we are back for good.
We appreciate your understanding.
Thank you.

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Bookies discussion / Re: gamebet and MGA problems
« on: January 17, 2019, 07:47:01 PM »
May I ask how much money is in the 2nd withdrawal?
Thank you.

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Exchanges / Re: BET-IBC SCAM EXPOSED - With proofs
« on: January 17, 2019, 08:14:57 AM »
We moderated the last post of Tennistrader to comply with forum's policies.
This action is not altering the meaning and the tenor of what is mentioned in his post.
Thank you

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General talk about e-wallets / Re: Revolut source of funds
« on: January 16, 2019, 06:47:03 PM »
Before you send anything, you might need to check if gambling activity is welcome by revolut. Check in the T&Cs.

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I really wonder if we are talking about the whole bunch on non SEPA countries or a specific country or countries.

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Exchanges / Re: BET-IBC SCAM EXPOSED - With proofs
« on: January 16, 2019, 05:23:04 PM »
5- You are required to provide KYC prior to your first withdrawal, meaning you have to provide a copy of your ID and a copy of a Utility bill or a Bank statement.
6- You are the only responsible to check if using our service is legal in your country.

I find it correct to have these rules, but really your issue with them have nothing to do with KYC or country eligibility.

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