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Parlay Odds Calculator for Sports Bettors

12.19.2014

If you're a sports bettor that fancies the occasional multiple or parlay wager, a tool which may prove valuable is the SBR parlay odds calculator. The tool, developed in-house, allows players to plug in the desired line set in cents and game odds of each leg of the bet. Then, players are shown the true odds of what the parlay should return, the mathematical odds, and any premium paid over true odds. The parlay calculator is compatible with all devices. Additionally, players may be interested to compare online sportsbooks parlay odds in the directory put together by SBR.

12.18.2014

Bet2Be Sportsbook (SBR rating D) players with feedback are asked to write to help@sportsbookreview.com. Over the past two months, Sportsbook Review has reported on several cases involving the Isle of Man based bookmaker, including more than 30 slow-pay complaints, with the average payout complaint ranging from two to four weeks. | Bet2Be complaints

12.18.2014

Bet2Be Sportsbook (SBR rating D) players with feedback are asked to write to help@sportsbookreview.com. Over the past two months, Sportsbook Review has reported on several cases involving the Isle of Man based bookmaker, including more than 30 slow-pay complaints, with the average payout complaint ranging from two to four weeks. | Bet2Be complaints

12.18.2014

Bet2Be Sportsbook (SBR rating D) players with feedback are asked to write to help@sportsbookreview.com. Over the past two months, Sportsbook Review has reported on several cases involving the Isle of Man based bookmaker, including more than 30 slow-pay complaints, with the average payout complaint ranging from two to four weeks. | Bet2Be complaints

12.18.2014

Bet2Be Sportsbook (SBR rating D) players with feedback are asked to write to help@sportsbookreview.com. Over the past two months, Sportsbook Review has reported on several cases involving the Isle of Man based bookmaker, including more than 30 slow-pay complaints, with the average payout complaint ranging from two to four weeks. | Bet2Be complaints

Marathonbet Sportsbook rules out paying another player

12.17.2014

Following Sportsbook Review's report that a Marathonbet player claimed to have his funds confiscated on the grounds that he was a professional bettor, a new account complaint has been launched by a player who has said he has been unable to withdraw 1,000 EUR from his account. SBR followed up with Marathonbet to discuss the complaint, and was advised that the user failed to pass the betting site's Know Your Customer (KYC) process. Marathonbet has been willing to discuss complaints in confidence, but would not consent to their security methods being shared as it relates to determining the authenticity of player submitted documents. SBR has advised players who maintain that their documents are legitimate to launch complaints with the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC).

$10K College Bowl Contest Open for Picks

12.17.2014

The 2014 College Football Bowl contest is now open for picks. This year's contest gives away $10,000 in cash prizes. The format of the contest requires each contestant to pick 15 bowl games from an official lines thread in advance. A final pick must then be made on the winner of the College Football playoffs championship once that match has been determined. If you have enrolled ahead of the contest entry deadline or are a team captain, please visit SBR Forum to submit your required picks.

12.16.2014

A wagering complaint has been launched against Vbet.com. A player registered on September 26, opened his account and deposited €1000 via Skrill. He proceeded to wager on an ATP Shenzen doubles semi-final match with Groth/Guggione vs. Cabal/Farah. His wager was on over 12.5 games in the first set. | VBet.com complaint

12.16.2014

A wagering complaint has been launched against Vbet.com. A player registered on September 26, opened his account and deposited €1000 via Skrill. He proceeded to wager on an ATP Shenzen doubles semi-final match with Groth/Guggione vs. Cabal/Farah. His wager was on over 12.5 games in the first set. | VBet.com complaint

12.16.2014

A wagering complaint has been launched against Vbet.com. A player registered on September 26, opened his account and deposited €1000 via Skrill. He proceeded to wager on an ATP Shenzen doubles semi-final match with Groth/Guggione vs. Cabal/Farah. His wager was on over 12.5 games in the first set. | VBet.com complaint

12.16.2014

A wagering complaint has been launched against Vbet.com. A player registered on September 26, opened his account and deposited €1000 via Skrill. He proceeded to wager on an ATP Shenzen doubles semi-final match with Groth/Guggione vs. Cabal/Farah. His wager was on over 12.5 games in the first set. | VBet.com complaint

12.16.2014

Rivalo Sportsbook has commented to SBR on the player complaint posted yesterday. In that complaint, a player claimed that he had a balance of €1200 confiscated. He maintained that he was fully verified and had passed the Know Your Customer (KYC) process, though after a random phone screening had his account closed. | Rivalo addresses complaint

12.16.2014

Rivalo Sportsbook has commented to SBR on the player complaint posted yesterday. In that complaint, a player claimed that he had a balance of €1200 confiscated. He maintained that he was fully verified and had passed the Know Your Customer (KYC) process, though after a random phone screening had his account closed. | Rivalo addresses complaint

12.16.2014

Rivalo Sportsbook has commented to SBR on the player complaint posted yesterday. In that complaint, a player claimed that he had a balance of €1200 confiscated. He maintained that he was fully verified and had passed the Know Your Customer (KYC) process, though after a random phone screening had his account closed. | Rivalo addresses complaint

12.16.2014

Rivalo Sportsbook has commented to SBR on the player complaint posted yesterday. In that complaint, a player claimed that he had a balance of €1200 confiscated. He maintained that he was fully verified and had passed the Know Your Customer (KYC) process, though after a random phone screening had his account closed. | Rivalo addresses complaint

12.15.2014

Sportsbook Review congratulates the 2014 Beat The Prick winners who received their share of the $20,500 grand prize-pool. SBR poster "dance1959" bested the field with a 65.28% winning percentage and profit of 25.80 units after making 74 picks on NFL and College Football sides and totals for the first 15 football weeks. | Congrats to BTP winners

12.15.2014

A Rivalo Sportsbook player has had a balance of €1200 confiscated. The player has claimed that he was fully approved to use Rivalo after passing their KYC (Know Your Customer) process, but that after requesting his first payout from the betting site his account ended up being closed. The details can be found in this Rivalo sportsbook complaint report.

12.15.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint against the betting site. The player placed an in-play wager on December 11 on Senec U9 -1. He has provided the wagering ticket to SBR. He has claimed that the wager was graded incorrectly; the bet was settled as a loss when it should be a win. | LSbet complaint details

12.15.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint against the betting site. The player placed an in-play wager on December 11 on Senec U9 -1. He has provided the wagering ticket to SBR. He has claimed that the wager was graded incorrectly; the bet was settled as a loss when it should be a win. | LSbet complaint details

12.15.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint against the betting site. The player placed an in-play wager on December 11 on Senec U9 -1. He has provided the wagering ticket to SBR. He has claimed that the wager was graded incorrectly; the bet was settled as a loss when it should be a win. | LSbet complaint details