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    Ya, but no one wants to live in that nutthole referred to as NJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante1 View Post
    I wish just one time you knew WTF you are talking/writing about. you don't need to pretend JJ, Jesus lord above.
    These limits you posted are great and all but they are meaningless. If you are some CEO/Executive type making tens of millions, then sure go ahead and bet those limits with legal books. What JJ said is true, though. Those that bet big continue to do so offshore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenash View Post
    You'll find most everything you need here.

    https://www.legalsportsreport.com/
    Thank you

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    ^
    Glad to help

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    Moneyline juice is embarrassing in the United States play off shore

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    Legalization is king. Very few give a fuk about pricing.

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    Pete get down to CR plenty of work for a guy like you

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Moneyline juice is embarrassing in the United States play off shore
    This is very true.
    Like being held up without a gun.

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    I'm old jj. I need my va medical facility nearby.

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    NEVADA and OFFSHORE blow away mainland USA
    (as do PPH'S/LOCALS)

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    For a guy like fishead, he needs options. 99% of the ppl I deal with daily want to bet a game and seem content on losing. Very few customers care if the price is 110 or 130. They buy.

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    Pete so true

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    Gold, I'll text you the lopsided #s on the 207 line approx 7pm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The General View Post
    Very few customers care if the price is 110 or 130. They buy.
    Spot on.

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    Pete anyway to change a line for me for 30 seconds??

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    Come on over, gold. You don't know me though. We'll have signals for line moves and errors. You walk up place a bet and act like you never heard of me. Ask me some stupid questions and talk about how long you've been gambling and how many bookies you've been thru. Just like the others. Nobody will know we're partners and we'll hustle the casino.

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    And be sure to tell me you've been to Vegas and you're going soon because that's the thing that makes you a big-time gambler. (roll eyes)...I hear that so much it makes me sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Itís going to be interesting or any more states going to get it approved by the end of the year?
    4 more, but mostly in bs fashion. Ohio will do it after general elections & maybe in semi-decent fashion.
    The other 3 from referendums- i predict all pass- will be practically useless. South Dakota- only in Deadwood. Louisiana- in individual parishes @ casinos, each votes for itself, no mobile. Maryland- will then need a bill passed afterwards establishing how it will be run, good luck with that... Just like California approved horse exchange wagering more than a decade ago and still no cigar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusherrr View Post
    BetOnline pays $25k in minutes, Bookmaker up to $50k in a few hours.

    If I go to place a $1,000 bet at Resorts World Catskills they want to know my source of income and my occupation. Legal books want to know everything about you and also want to determine whether or not you can afford to lose the money you are wagering combined with the KYC and AML requirements.

    While I'm a business professional, I make a substantial amount of my yearly nut from arbitrage/bonus arbitrage. Good luck finding those options with legal books. You have way more outs offshore to find better lines and I'd much rather deal with crypto anyways.

    I've bet with the NJ/PA books and took all of their bonus offerings but unless I'm betting futures, I have no reason to bet with legal books. None.
    Depends on where you're at. Catskills, sure they'll want KYC. Chicago area book, $1000 won't blind an eye at Pointsbet or DK once they get up and running near Wrigley.

    The problem offshore has now is any savings you get on the vig is washed due to the fees you get to buy/sell the bitcoin. I still shop offshore in case there's a huge discrepancy in the line or vig, but most of the time I'm only paying a few cents extra in vig at worst which is worth not dealing with buying/selling bitcoin. They need to do what BOL does every so often, but permanently and boost your deposit 5% when you use bitcoin to offset those fees. All the legal books even take cc's if necessary and don't charge a fee.

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    Nj horse exchange closed this year
    No volume and was run by Betfair for at least 5 years

    Itís a dead
    Market exchanges


    Quote Originally Posted by acquavallo View Post
    4 more, but mostly in bs fashion. Ohio will do it after general elections & maybe in semi-decent fashion.
    The other 3 from referendums- i predict all pass- will be practically useless. South Dakota- only in Deadwood. Louisiana- in individual parishes @ casinos, each votes for itself, no mobile. Maryland- will then need a bill passed afterwards establishing how it will be run, good luck with that... Just like California approved horse exchange wagering more than a decade ago and still no cigar.

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