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Hello everyone

In your experience what is the best place to sportsbet?

I personally mostly use my betfair account.

     
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Got to go for betfair aswell...... but have been testing betdaq now thay are geting more on there so as it is easyer to get your bet's matched now.

     
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bet365/bwin is the best.

     
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Unibet
and Bwin maybeh.
But ongame has soooo many issues latelt I woudln't place cash on it.
Same applies for micro / prima maybe, but Unibet has no probs in general, contrary Bwin does.

My second opinion would be

Partypoker & NoiQ poker. both excellent sportsbetting sheets or whatever the fook U call it

     
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There is a sports newspaper here that publishes the odds of multiple online betting bookers: Bwin, Betclic and Betfair. Bwin has always the worst odds and betfair has the more favourable ones most of the time, so I voted on them.

Don't know anything about webpage usability, live support, payouts, etc...

     
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i think bet365 is the best......
Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
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bwin for me.
i dont bet that much so there may be better bookers with better odds, but bwin has good promotions and all kind of bets.
stan james shall be good too i heard.

     
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Any scalp betters in here?

     
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Lot off big pros bet on sports right?

Just out off curiousity wot are the fees at bettingrooms?
Poker is sometin like 8%/10% but bettingrooms must be lower right?

     
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no fee man

if you lose your bet then the booki keeps your money, if you win you win Smile without payin any fee

     
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Posted by T3ddyKGB:
no fee man

if you lose your bet then the booki keeps your money, if you win you win Smile without payin any fee


Argh offcoure stupid me Confused

     
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ben jou stöned? Blink

     
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Posted by MasterY:
In your experience what is the best place to sportsbet?


I would say, quite all the Microgaming network ones. I've never try Bwin yet and since I see it's the mostly voted... maybe it is the best one...

     
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i prefer william hill, i think it very good, but Bwin also have good offers. But i stay in william hill because i used to it, so i like it and i dont want to change, nut who knows i heard a lot of good thing from Bwin.

     
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I think the reason why so many vote for Bwin is because it is the biggest place with a very large options of different sportsgames to bet on.
The also often offers reloadbonusses and so on.

But no serious gamblers use that site. Betfair and Pinnacle often provides the best odds with the former also unique because you can sell odds and not just buy them.

I have heard Mansion does that too, but I have never had an account there though.

Of all the options I put up, I actually believe Bwin is the worst - but hey just my opinion.

     
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Posted by B1gfoot:
Any scalp betters in here?


B1gfoot: do you meen scalp trading on the beting exchanges:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMshd8mQLDY

     
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NO, you use 2 sites that offer diffrent odds on a outcome, the idea is you bet in a way that you can only win.
Scalp – A bettor who tries to bet both sides of a game at favorable odds to assure themselves a profit no matter who wins the game. As an example, if the bettor finds the Steelers +7 +101 at one sportsbook, then finds the 49ers -7 +105 at another sportsbook, the player is assured to win money no matter who wins the game assuming they place an even amount on both sides.

Edited by B1gfoot (23 August 2009 @ 18:39 GMT)


     
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Posted by B1gfoot:
NO, you use 2 sites that offer diffrent odds on a outcome, the idea is you bet in a way that you can only win.
Scalp � A bettor who tries to bet both sides of a game at favorable odds to assure themselves a profit no matter who wins the game. As an example, if the bettor finds the Steelers +7 +101 at one sportsbook, then finds the 49ers -7 +105 at another sportsbook, the player is assured to win money no matter who wins the game assuming they place an even amount on both sides.


I didnt know that existed, is it legal to bet on a site for 2 diff results? or is it even possible?

     
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I don't know if it legal, but the profit by doing it will be very small unless you bet astronomic. The variance from bookie to bookie are small meaning that if for example we have a match between two sides with only two outcomes typically a baseballgame both odds are normally below 2.

If you search the entire market maybe occassionally you can find a diversion between two bookies, that can make it profitable. But the future is all about buying and selling odds.


If you got the cash here is what you should do.

An example:

Man U vs. Tottenham

As soon as the odds comes out you bet on Man U. Lets say the odds are 1,5. You bet 10.000.

If they win you will win 15000 (5000 pure profit). But you need to gard yourself if they don't.

A few hours before kickoff there are often high activity on popular teams like Man U, which means buyers market is bad. The odds probably drops perhaps down to 1,4.

Now you shall sell Man U - meaning you bet against them (x2) --> You can bet a exact amount that either make it profitable for you if Man U wins or if they don't and be covered.

It might sounds complicated but in theory you can't loose.

     
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i get what you mean, but if they play 0-0? Big Smile

this is interessting if you have connections in each country. for instance, if its WC germany vs australia, you only get 1.3 for a german win, in australia you get 1.9 etc

     
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