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Bubbles
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TBH I never tried greyhound races, but I can only assume that a smaller market would lead to faster limits.

I can confirm this is totally true since i had an account closed in less than a day action on Grayhounds. Avoid GH and Horses and your account will last longer

U can try trading greyhounds if you can be bothered considering liquidity. It’s much easier than horses, in fact it reminds how horse markets behaved many years ago.
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Well my problem on grayhounds was not the liquidity rather than the fact that i got my account closed after a days trading work on them. I did get the option though to withdraw my money but still having burned your account in a day sucks
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I got gubbed two days ago when i starting to value betting EW horse race. now, i know thats not a coincidence. unfortunately, i just read this thread after i got gubbed
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Re: How to effectively use a limited bet365 account making it a cash cow machine
« Reply #33 on: September 11, 2019, 07:18:29 PM »

Hello,

I am really new to the smart betting world.
How many hours would you consider as a fair time for running a bot?
I get that 24/7 it's really something that the bookies can notice really easily

I also have another question: is it possible to contact the arbuser members?

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Re: How to effectively use a limited bet365 account making it a cash cow machine
« Reply #34 on: September 11, 2019, 08:56:02 PM »

It is advised from people that already run bots not to exceed 8 hours per day.
Feel free asking your questions. I m sure many people will answer them, if they want to.
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