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Limits

Thu Sep 26, 2013 5:12 pm

What will happen in the coming years if the economy improves with more money flowing around in the betting markets; will the limits become lighter and less frequent? What happened the last time around after the Tech Bubble burst and the NASDAQ crashed in April 2000 causing recession until 2003/4?
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Re: Limits

Fri Sep 27, 2013 5:17 pm

Well what were your experiences with limits before the economy took a dump compared to now?

If from mid-2007 when the economy was still around it's peak to early-2009 when it reached the depths of the pit the limits exponentially increased in severity and quickness as betting liquidity dried and normal everyday 'square' bettors exited leaving a small pond full of 'sharp' bettors; then why would it be implausible for there to be an inverse affect as things improve economically with liquidity and millions of little guys flowing back in looking to each put down a fiver on  some parlays?

Or have the 'bonus poachers' ruined it for everyone forever? 
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Re: Limits

Fri Sep 27, 2013 5:38 pm

Another important point that brings faster limits is general automation and software development. Pros are detected faster, softlines are detected and corrected faster...etc
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Re: Limits

Sat Sep 28, 2013 11:26 am

please can someone suggest to me the best pro software to use to help in arbing, ll my accounts are almosted limited please
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Re: Limits

Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:40 pm

Lansky wrote: Well what were your experiences with limits before the economy took a dump compared to now?

If from mid-2007 when the economy was still around it's peak to early-2009 when it reached the depths of the pit the limits exponentially increased in severity and quickness as betting liquidity dried and normal everyday 'square' bettors exited leaving a small pond full of 'sharp' bettors; then why would it be implausible for there to be an inverse affect as things improve economically with liquidity and millions of little guys flowing back in looking to each put down a fiver on  some parlays?

Or have the 'bonus poachers' ruined it for everyone forever? 
I think the argument is questionable as many people turn to gambling during recessions.

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