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How to stay longer alive
« on: January 29, 2019, 07:37:30 AM »

I am arbing for some time, but all my accounts are limited for cents, not even 10EUR, how can you guys stay with  1 ID for long time to earn money? In my country there are blocked all UK bookmakers and there are max 10 safe soft bookmakers... even my locals kicked me out!

how to find any bookie or technique to earn some money forever with 1 person, can someone help a little...?
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2019, 08:05:45 AM »

i read that some says he has techniques to stay in arbing with 1 person... i dont know, maybe they lie. i have researched all bookmaker ratings and arbing services to find any books, but there are only some left for me to try, so its impossible i think stay alive with 1 person for years example...
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2019, 09:07:45 AM »

I am arbing for some time, but all my accounts are limited for cents, not even 10EUR, how can you guys stay with  1 ID for long time to earn money? In my country there are blocked all UK bookmakers and there are max 10 safe soft bookmakers... even my locals kicked me out!

how to find any bookie or technique to earn some money forever with 1 person, can someone help a little...?

Seriously do you think people will share how to stay untedected for months or years? "Hey, I've been working on this for years, finally found out how to make my accounts last much longer but who cares I'm gonna share with random guy in an internet so everybody will know including bookies". Yeah, for sure...
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2019, 09:14:04 AM »

I am arbing for some time, but all my accounts are limited for cents, not even 10EUR, how can you guys stay with  1 ID for long time to earn money? In my country there are blocked all UK bookmakers and there are max 10 safe soft bookmakers... even my locals kicked me out!

how to find any bookie or technique to earn some money forever with 1 person, can someone help a little...?

Seriously do you think people will share how to stay untedected for months or years? "Hey, I've been working on this for years, finally found out how to make my accounts last much longer but who cares I'm gonna share with random guy in an internet so everybody will know including bookies". Yeah, for sure...
Then this forum has no any sense, all speak general, known things, nothing serious...
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2019, 09:33:53 AM »

This forum can let you avoid some scam bookies, for instance, so you can finish the day at zero and not negative.
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2019, 10:20:56 AM »

The best advice would be to act like a regular punter which means parlays, big favourites and the occasional casino bet.  Placing 731€ on a Guatemalan team 1st half handicap is obviously a red flag.  How to do that and still make money is up to you but it's definitely possible.
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2019, 10:50:29 AM »

There are some paths to follow to go undetected for a longer period of time. Some of them might include parlay as Alfa mentioned or live arbitrage.
Pre game arbitrage is not one of them for sure. I was wondering if you were arbing pregame or...
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #7 on: January 29, 2019, 11:18:58 AM »

You can stay alive longer if you give up smoking and drinking. I would also advise to take 30 minutes of exercise a day and eat healthily.

Thank you.
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #8 on: January 29, 2019, 02:33:12 PM »

1. i dont place more than 100EUR
2. only live arbitrage
3. dont smoke ( never did), drinking sometimes  :)

anymore advices?

P.S. i dont see any chances for long arbing with 1 ID...
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2019, 09:49:09 AM »

i dont see any chances for long arbing with 1 ID...
Your eyesight is good.
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2019, 10:42:26 AM »

The key to stay longer is camouflage. When bookmaker detects that you're an arber, you're out. So how you can camouflage your identity?

Many arbers open an account in bookmaker and immediately they make a huge deposit, then place big stakes on single events. That's a big mistake. No wonder why bookmaker limts you after 2-3 bets.

The key is to act like a square player. When you just opened an account, place few parlay bets. Sacrifice 100-200€ and use your account like a square player for few weeks. After that period, you will be flagged as a normal player.

Don't increase your stakes immediately. I suggest LIVE ARBING and PARLAY ARBING to cover your action. Specially Parlay Arbing is amazing. It has 3 benefits. You're more likely to lose in bookmaker since you're parlaying. Second, it will grand a longer life for your account. Third, you will be able to place larger stakes in the final leg of the parlay.

Live arbing also good and lets you to work with smaller stakes. Instead of rising 1000€ in a single event, you can bet 250€ on 4 different matches. That's much better.

Don't let your balance get high. When your bookie balance gets high, rest the account little bit.

Also make sure your adress is not suspicious. It would look suspicious if your first initial deposit is 2000€ and your adress is located in a poor town or village. Many people overlook this but we're living in an age where bookmakers check your real adress with google street.

My final advice is don't be greedy. Most arbers get limited quickly because of greed. Don't be greedy. Target steady profits.

Good luck!
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2019, 12:03:49 PM »

Yes good advice, but how you make parlay live arbing? which software offer those arbs?
in my case i speak about small amounts, placing 20-50EUR, but you guys speak about thousands or 250EUR bets... its not my case!

last account is vbet clone was limited after 15EUR live GAMBLE bet,instantly limited. Betway also kicked out after 1 bet...
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #12 on: January 31, 2019, 04:22:12 AM »

The key to stay longer is camouflage. When bookmaker detects that you're an arber, you're out. So how you can camouflage your identity?

Many arbers open an account in bookmaker and immediately they make a huge deposit, then place big stakes on single events. That's a big mistake. No wonder why bookmaker limts you after 2-3 bets.

The key is to act like a square player. When you just opened an account, place few parlay bets. Sacrifice 100-200€ and use your account like a square player for few weeks. After that period, you will be flagged as a normal player.

Don't increase your stakes immediately. I suggest LIVE ARBING and PARLAY ARBING to cover your action. Specially Parlay Arbing is amazing. It has 3 benefits. You're more likely to lose in bookmaker since you're parlaying. Second, it will grand a longer life for your account. Third, you will be able to place larger stakes in the final leg of the parlay.

Live arbing also good and lets you to work with smaller stakes. Instead of rising 1000€ in a single event, you can bet 250€ on 4 different matches. That's much better.

Don't let your balance get high. When your bookie balance gets high, rest the account little bit.

Also make sure your adress is not suspicious. It would look suspicious if your first initial deposit is 2000€ and your adress is located in a poor town or village. Many people overlook this but we're living in an age where bookmakers check your real adress with google street.

My final advice is don't be greedy. Most arbers get limited quickly because of greed. Don't be greedy. Target steady profits.

Good luck!

I read many posts on this forum and you are the best of all, wise guy but here you forgot to mention that they hire a private detective to follow you? sure if they are investigating you or suspicious of you they may look at your home address on google or check you out on social media etc but this is not normal for them and they do not have the staff, the motivation or able to pay the salaries to make this type of behaviour normal. if they did as you describe for 2000euro deposits they'd need lots more staff.
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2019, 10:20:42 AM »

The key to stay longer is camouflage. When bookmaker detects that you're an arber, you're out. So how you can camouflage your identity?

Many arbers open an account in bookmaker and immediately they make a huge deposit, then place big stakes on single events. That's a big mistake. No wonder why bookmaker limts you after 2-3 bets.

The key is to act like a square player. When you just opened an account, place few parlay bets. Sacrifice 100-200€ and use your account like a square player for few weeks. After that period, you will be flagged as a normal player.

Don't increase your stakes immediately. I suggest LIVE ARBING and PARLAY ARBING to cover your action. Specially Parlay Arbing is amazing. It has 3 benefits. You're more likely to lose in bookmaker since you're parlaying. Second, it will grand a longer life for your account. Third, you will be able to place larger stakes in the final leg of the parlay.

Live arbing also good and lets you to work with smaller stakes. Instead of rising 1000€ in a single event, you can bet 250€ on 4 different matches. That's much better.

Don't let your balance get high. When your bookie balance gets high, rest the account little bit.

Also make sure your adress is not suspicious. It would look suspicious if your first initial deposit is 2000€ and your adress is located in a poor town or village. Many people overlook this but we're living in an age where bookmakers check your real adress with google street.

My final advice is don't be greedy. Most arbers get limited quickly because of greed. Don't be greedy. Target steady profits.

Good luck!

I read many posts on this forum and you are the best of all, wise guy but here you forgot to mention that they hire a private detective to follow you? sure if they are investigating you or suspicious of you they may look at your home address on google or check you out on social media etc but this is not normal for them and they do not have the staff, the motivation or able to pay the salaries to make this type of behaviour normal. if they did as you describe for 2000euro deposits they'd need lots more staff.
You are lauging at something that is actually true and I have heard about it from people in the industry.That does not mean that it happens very often and there is special "team" working on this position, but it means that when more than a few indicators in the system show the player as risk player than this google check may happen and it could be one more reason for second level verification or something.Dont underestimate the bookmakers nowadays - they do wonders to protect themselves and with the development of the technology it will become harder and harder for the players
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Re: How to stay longer alive
« Reply #14 on: January 31, 2019, 11:06:20 AM »

The key to stay longer is camouflage. When bookmaker detects that you're an arber, you're out. So how you can camouflage your identity?

Many arbers open an account in bookmaker and immediately they make a huge deposit, then place big stakes on single events. That's a big mistake. No wonder why bookmaker limts you after 2-3 bets.

The key is to act like a square player. When you just opened an account, place few parlay bets. Sacrifice 100-200€ and use your account like a square player for few weeks. After that period, you will be flagged as a normal player.

Don't increase your stakes immediately. I suggest LIVE ARBING and PARLAY ARBING to cover your action. Specially Parlay Arbing is amazing. It has 3 benefits. You're more likely to lose in bookmaker since you're parlaying. Second, it will grand a longer life for your account. Third, you will be able to place larger stakes in the final leg of the parlay.

Live arbing also good and lets you to work with smaller stakes. Instead of rising 1000€ in a single event, you can bet 250€ on 4 different matches. That's much better.

Don't let your balance get high. When your bookie balance gets high, rest the account little bit.

Also make sure your adress is not suspicious. It would look suspicious if your first initial deposit is 2000€ and your adress is located in a poor town or village. Many people overlook this but we're living in an age where bookmakers check your real adress with google street.

My final advice is don't be greedy. Most arbers get limited quickly because of greed. Don't be greedy. Target steady profits.

Good luck!

I read many posts on this forum and you are the best of all, wise guy but here you forgot to mention that they hire a private detective to follow you? sure if they are investigating you or suspicious of you they may look at your home address on google or check you out on social media etc but this is not normal for them and they do not have the staff, the motivation or able to pay the salaries to make this type of behaviour normal. if they did as you describe for 2000euro deposits they'd need lots more staff.
You are lauging at something that is actually true and I have heard about it from people in the industry.That does not mean that it happens very often and there is special "team" working on this position, but it means that when more than a few indicators in the system show the player as risk player than this google check may happen and it could be one more reason for second level verification or something.Dont underestimate the bookmakers nowadays - they do wonders to protect themselves and with the development of the technology it will become harder and harder for the players

yes you are correct, I look out of my window right now and I can see a drone hovering over my house, no doubt sent by the bookmakers
as yesterday I made a large deposit of 1000 euro.

you say to me don't underestimate the bookmakers, I say to you don't overestimate the bookmakers, arbing is easy money for the smart guy,
sure there are complications but the smart guy deals with these and does his job, too much posting on here on the negative, negative people
should be ignored as they are basically losers or scaremongerers trying to scare you away.
     sure taking money from the bookmakers has occupational hazards but I can guarantee you Yngwie/Sawyer deals with every one of these and continually makes nice profit, just like all the other smart guys.
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