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    bonzaii
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    5 Dimes Team Total Limits??

    See right now that its $500 max on a college football game. Does that get updated at any point and I'm allowed to bet more?

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    Maybe you could lose like 10 in a row and then itíll go up to a dime

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    Quote Originally Posted by texhooper View Post
    Maybe you could lose like 10 in a row and then it’ll go up to a dime
    lol Books sure do love when you chase

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    tony made my live limit $100... gotta love offshore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonzaii View Post
    See right now that its $500 max on a college football game. Does that get updated at any point and I'm allowed to bet more?
    im capped too.. i dont think it will be updated. its always been like this. just have to do it in increments

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    Anyone get this dreaded message when you attempt to place a wager: "the price on this game is being evaluated"? F*king annoying. Take the game off the board if you don't want someone to place a wager instead of annoying the f*k out of customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClippersSux View Post
    Anyone get this dreaded message when you attempt to place a wager: "the price on this game is being evaluated"? F*king annoying. Take the game off the board if you don't want someone to place a wager instead of annoying the f*k out of customers.
    i was destroying 5d in the past and they capped my spread too. not just TT plays. so annoying they have the right do it when ever they want lol

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    @clippersux and Jaydream...it's not just 5 dimes...both Bookmaker and Heritage did the same thing to me as well on multiple occasions...

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    Gentlemen, this is just a couple of examples of why playing offshore is strictly for suckers. For the most part, they are severely underfunded. They can change the rules on you whenever they choose to. They can take weeks, even months to pay you. If you have a disagreement with them, you have little or no recourse. None of you have the money to fight their decisions. Their bonuses are worthless. 5 and 10 X turnover simply is not going to happen. If you were that good, you certainly would not be playing an offshore book.

    With legal Sportsbooks in New Jersey, Mississippi and Pennsylvania now operating, and many more on the way, there is absolutely NO EXCUSE for you guys to be playing an offshore book. "Runners" are very easy to find. Any Sportsbook worth it's weight appreciates these runners because they bring in business. The books know the runners. That is why a guy can place a 5K wager and the line not budge, but if a runner wagers $500 on the same team, the line changes 1/2 to 1 point. The ticket writers know which runners deal with "Sharps". In case you guys do not know this (and my guess is that 90% of you or more do not) "Sharps" rarely place their wagers themselves. They just write off what they pay the runners as a business expense.

    Gentlemen, if you are getting tired of being screwed over by offshore sportsbooks, I suggest you seriously look into the use of runners to place your wagers for you. It is an accepted practice at any sportsbook that knows what they are doing. Nobody is going to cut you off because nobody is going to know who is actually bankrolling the wager. Obviously that is not the case with the Offshore books.

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    bet $500 2-3x then you have it for $1500.

    And all 3 bets at even higher juice each time

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    nothing is a perfect science

    We love Tony here

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigdaddyQH View Post
    Gentlemen, this is just a couple of examples of why playing offshore is strictly for suckers. For the most part, they are severely underfunded. They can change the rules on you whenever they choose to. They can take weeks, even months to pay you. If you have a disagreement with them, you have little or no recourse. None of you have the money to fight their decisions. Their bonuses are worthless. 5 and 10 X turnover simply is not going to happen. If you were that good, you certainly would not be playing an offshore book.

    With legal Sportsbooks in New Jersey, Mississippi and Pennsylvania now operating, and many more on the way, there is absolutely NO EXCUSE for you guys to be playing an offshore book. "Runners" are very easy to find. Any Sportsbook worth it's weight appreciates these runners because they bring in business. The books know the runners. That is why a guy can place a 5K wager and the line not budge, but if a runner wagers $500 on the same team, the line changes 1/2 to 1 point. The ticket writers know which runners deal with "Sharps". In case you guys do not know this (and my guess is that 90% of you or more do not) "Sharps" rarely place their wagers themselves. They just write off what they pay the runners as a business expense.

    Gentlemen, if you are getting tired of being screwed over by offshore sportsbooks, I suggest you seriously look into the use of runners to place your wagers for you. It is an accepted practice at any sportsbook that knows what they are doing. Nobody is going to cut you off because nobody is going to know who is actually bankrolling the wager. Obviously that is not the case with the Offshore books.
    trust me my guy, in due time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayDr3am View Post
    trust me my guy, in due time.
    An excellent choice.

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    5dimes lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigdaddyQH View Post
    An excellent choice.
    but can you trust the runner to place the right wager or make the bet that you want?...who's to say that the runner doesn't try to screw you over and place the wrong bet?...I'm not sayin'...I'm just sayin'...

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