SBR Forum posters are discussing the best betting site that no one's heard of or which operates under the radar.
The thread starter, poster "lilpete", acknowledged that he likes the big boys of the industry, the well-established brands, but is looking to change up his selection and find a sportsbook with a nice bonus and with a solid payout track record.
Below are some excerpts from the posters' discussion at the SBR Sportsbook & Industry forum.
SBR Poster Lilpete: "I'm looking for a nice bonus and a book that will pay of course. I like the big boys Heritage, 5Dimes, etc, but I like to change it up sometimes with a change of scenery if you will. 200 % bonus would be ideal. Rollover dont [sic] bother me. Suggestions?"
SBR Poster Sundram: "Youwager has nice bonuses, no vested interest here but check it out. I did receive payment quickly from them previously."
SBR Poster themike78: "Betphoenix. They are offering 200% bonus and extra 50% Freeplay. Don't know details of bonus but they are an underrated book that pays fast. I've been there for years and had no issues."
Selecting a New Sportsbook: What You Need to Know
Online sports bettors typically will look to switch things up and try out a new sportsbook when they have already exhausted the bonus perks at one betting site, such as a new account or reload bonus.
Most players will shop through the online sportsbooks rating guide looking for a betting site that maintains a rating of at least B. Betting sites in the C range may include sportsbooks with less than stellar customer service, payout time-frames and policies, or that simply haven't been around long enough to warrant inclusion in the upper tier of the rating scale.
Betting sites from D- to F are indexed on the worst sportsbook blacklist and should be avoided at all costs.