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Old 05-05-2020, 09:26 AM   #1
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blockchain bases books?

Hi friends, can I kindly ask for your opinions on the crypto based bookies, due to the government being what is it, they shut down my access to things like pinnacle or WH and left us with some "legal" good guys where the margins are such the house always wins. I saw things like 22bet and others offering crypto to place bets.

I searched through but not much came up here on 2p2. Alternatively any good books who make no problems with continental europe clients? Does it even exists? I searched on local forums and testimonies are scarce, people tend to say sites like unibet and party or wh suspend accounts for using VPN's and it is overall a pita.

I'd appreciate real non troll answers, been left in a tough situation with the health system meltdown here and I need to find a way to pay for food starting next month. I had a very decent ROI, i think 54~6+% over a reasonable sample? 100'ish bets ? During an attempt to learn sportsbetting ten years ago.
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Old 05-05-2020, 11:26 AM   #2
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nitrogensports is the main one, works well, clones pinnacle lines. because it tracks pinnacles lines, it doesnt adjust when you bet so it ends up being a much smaller out than pinnacle, but limits are still pretty good. payouts/deposits are quick. don't make multiple accounts and you shouldnt run into problems.
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Old 05-06-2020, 02:38 AM   #3
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nitrogensports is the main one, works well, clones pinnacle lines. because it tracks pinnacles lines, it doesnt adjust when you bet so it ends up being a much smaller out than pinnacle, but limits are still pretty good. payouts/deposits are quick. don't make multiple accounts and you shouldnt run into problems.
fantastic, thank you.
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Old 05-06-2020, 01:46 PM   #4
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I would not turn to sports betting in order to be able to afford food or essentials. That's a really bad idea, even for a winner, which you likely are not.
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well yeah, that's the more important point
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Old 05-10-2020, 10:19 AM   #6
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your hundred bet sample would be meaningless whenever it was.

the fact it was ten years ago makes it even more meaningless.
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Old 05-21-2020, 02:21 AM   #7
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Re: blockchain bases books?

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Hi friends, can I kindly ask for your opinions on the crypto based bookies, due to the government being what is it, they shut down my access to things like pinnacle or WH and left us with some "legal" good guys where the margins are such the house always wins. I saw things like 22bet and others offering crypto to place bets.

I searched through but not much came up here on 2p2. Alternatively any good books who make no problems with continental europe clients? Does it even exists? I searched on local forums and testimonies are scarce, people tend to say sites like unibet and party or wh suspend accounts for using VPN's and it is overall a pita.

I'd appreciate real non troll answers, been left in a tough situation with the health system meltdown here and I need to find a way to pay for food starting next month. I had a very decent ROI, i think 54~6+% over a reasonable sample? 100'ish bets ? During an attempt to learn sportsbetting ten years ago.
I would not advise anyone use sports betting as a method to afford food. That said, google Degens Exchange which is like Betfair but is built on the blockchain and doesn't restrict any person/country.
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hows the liquidity on fairlay?
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Old 05-21-2020, 01:34 PM   #9
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hows the liquidity on fairlay?
Pretty much the same as Pinnacle, but with a bad interface.
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Old 06-17-2020, 01:28 AM   #10
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Pretty much the same as Pinnacle, but with a bad interface.
I wouldn't say it's a bad interface, it's just a new interface.

Degens.com replicates matchbook/betfair but most US-based users say it's too confusing. So it's tough to make everyone happy.
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I wouldn't say it's a bad interface, it's just a new interface.

Degens.com replicates matchbook/betfair but most US-based users say it's too confusing. So it's tough to make everyone happy.
Itís an awful interface. Prices donít update, orders donít fill on a regular basis.
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