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 on: Today at 01:04:47 PM 
Started by InsideSport - Last post by InsideSport
Despite the -1.5units  in last two bets, we are on a good run in August.

Free picks in August


Today's Free Pick comes from Slovenia.

Bravo vs Domzale (Slovenia Prva Liga)


Bravo is the newly promoted team and a clear relegation favourite in this season. The team will miss a couple of players, considered as the most important: goalkeeper Gril(4/0), defender Spanring(0/0), midfielders Agboyi(5/0 suspended) and Krcic(2/0) are all unavailable. For such a modest team it's a huge blow. Domzale arrives with minds on three points only. The team is now free of European duties and the full focus is available on league games. Latest departments of last season top scorer Nicholson(3/0) and Dobrovoljc(4/0) are replaced with the new arrivals and Domzale should remain amongst the top 3 Slovenian teams, despite current poor results. The club is doing a good job with creating a lot of quality attacking players with coach Sinisa Rozman and will shortly find way back to the triumphs.

PICK: Domzale -0.5 2.1 Pinnacle

https://www.insidesport.info/betting-picks/free-pick--bravo-vs-domzale/802

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Greetings,

InsideSport

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 on: Today at 11:08:09 AM 
Started by sure_bet322 - Last post by dealer wins
Its against the books terms and conditions and borderline fraud, but everyone does it lol

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 on: Today at 03:54:39 AM 
Started by golden contender - Last post by golden contender
Sunday card has an MLB Platinum Supreme Top Play Headlining the bases card as well as our Triple perfect NFLX Total Of the Month. MLB Comp Play below.

The MLB Comp play for Sunday is on the NY. Mets at 2:10 eastern. The Mets have won 17 of 22 as a road favorite of 140 or more off a win. KC has lost 34 of 45 as a home dog of 140 or higher. For a league Wide system we see that road favorites of 140+ that won as a 200+ road favorites and scored 4 or less runs are 23-3 since 2005 vs an opponent off a hoe dog loss that had 1 or no errors and scored 2 or less runs. Wheeler for the Mets has won 6 of 8 as a road favorite and Sparkman for KC has lost 4 of 6 at home. Look for The Mets to take the rubber game. On Sunday we have a rare MLB Platinum Supreme 1/1 Top Play headlining the MLB Card and pr NFLX Preseason total of the month with 3 perfect Angles. MLB Top Play cashes big again on Saturday. See us at goldencontender@aol.com or on facebook to jump on. For the MLB Free play. Make it the Mets. RV- GC Sports

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 on: Today at 12:19:40 AM 
Started by sure_bet322 - Last post by sure_bet322
Hello, I am arbing for a year now, I earned a lot, ofcourse my personal account is limited long time ago..
So I asked friend to open account and usualy i give them some amount or we share profit, my question is is that legal? I couldnt find anywhere that such thing is illigal... And i always change new device and IP adress for new account..

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 on: Yesterday at 11:15:43 PM 
Started by Giorgin07 - Last post by Giorgin07
Hello,
Is anyone else having trouble finding arbs with rebelbetting?
I've over 20 bookies registered (including Pin,SBO,Betfair,Matchbook,Smarkets) but have only 2-3 arbs available?
Now i get only 2 new?? arbs which are 2 hours old..

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 on: Yesterday at 09:10:46 PM 
Started by heil - Last post by LazyBird
Just to clarify. That was my experience with the arbing service. The value betting one is even more limiting for the reasons mentioned above. In my opinion Betburger is the better option.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:31:20 PM 
Started by heil - Last post by heil
Thanks for your reply. After reading your post, I decide to move to betburge next month. But I will continue my valuebet test on rebelbet.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:11:54 PM 
Started by heil - Last post by LazyBird
This was my experience with it.

https://arbusers.com/index.php?topic=6439.0

I used it daily for a month. From an expected margin perspective it should still be profitable since most of the value bets are just Pinnacle comparisons. Even though relying on pinnacle alone can at times be a mistake. The other things such as not being able to select the value calculation bookmakers and not being able to check the current odds of other books for a value bet were a little off putting since I like to have that kind of customization. In their defense though, I feel like they may want the arb service to be the one to offer these features and the value betting one to be more for beginners or people who want to just see a list of value bets right off the bat and not have to think too much.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:04:34 PM 
Started by Jajko - Last post by peny22
So what is the account verification now before making your first deposit with English bookmakers? What documents need to be presented? Can they ask for additional verification later?

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 on: Yesterday at 03:49:38 PM 
Started by heil - Last post by heil
I'm a newbie in value betting. Last month, I tested two different value betting methods. The first one is betting on one side of the arbitrage on soft bookies (skybet, paddypowder and betfair SB). I won about 450 pounds by this method.

Another method is bet on valuebet provided by rebelbetting. I lost 78 pounds after 198 bets. The average stake is 4 pounds, the average odds is 2.52. The p-value of the t-test is 0.16, which means I have 84% confidence to hypothesis that these are not value bets. The t-test method can be found here: https://www.pinnacle.com/en/betting-articles/Betting-Strategy/how-good-are-betting-tipsters/LP923GAHKWH7NV6A

Rebelbetting claims they detect valuebet by comparing odds between soft and sharp. But I can't set which bookmaker is sharp. And I see many valuebets on 10bet, unibet, etc., which in my opinion, are hard to beat. As valuebetting is still in my experimental phase, I took all the valuebets blindly.  But now I lost confidence. Would you please kindly confirm that you can win with rebelbetting and provide some info about the settings?

PS: I have a master's degree in computer science, I'm willing to cooperate if you have strategies.

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