limits question

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limits question

Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:38 pm

do you think that bookmakers limit our accounts after a specific number of bets (arbs) or after a specific period of time (while we can bet numerous arbs)?
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Re: limits question

Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:10 pm

No, limits are individual per bettor when the risk management takes the decision to limit someone.

Reasons for limiting

- you re placing bets on arbs (large bets/soft odds)
- you re blacklisted player
- you withdraw more than deposit
- your betting pattern
- using arbservices ......
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Re: limits question

Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:36 am

Limit is the biggest problem in arbitrage betting. Just bet round numbers, don't hammer weak lines at beginning and make some camouflage bets in order to hide your action. Camouflage bet = Make stupid bets, like betting on 1.20 favourites. Of course, cover your action at another book. Even if you hedge it with %1-2 loss, that's fine. Also make some stupid parlay bets with micro stakes. These won't hurt and you will look like a mug punter to bookie. Any bettor who is betting only SINGLE will blink in bookie's radar.

Also rest winning accounts, don't withdraw often. If your balance is too high, rest the account. Don't bet for a week.
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Re: limits question

Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:20 pm

Yngwie wrote: Limit is the biggest problem in arbitrage betting. Just bet round numbers, don't hammer weak lines at beginning and make some camouflage bets in order to hide your action. Camouflage bet = Make stupid bets, like betting on 1.20 favourites. Of course, cover your action at another book. Even if you hedge it with %1-2 loss, that's fine. Also make some stupid parlay bets with micro stakes. These won't hurt and you will look like a mug punter to bookie. Any bettor who is betting only SINGLE will blink in bookie's radar.

Also rest winning accounts, don't withdraw often. If your balance is too high, rest the account. Don't bet for a week.
This looks like some good advice to me.
Some books limit you in a matter of hours, so maybe its a good idea to start new accounts with camouflaging for a week, like Yngwie said, then arbing for a little, then camouflaging again.

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