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12.11.2014

A GoBetGo player has reported receiving a sarcastically worded email informing him that his account was being closed and €2,500 balance confiscated. The player has maintained that he did nothing unusual, made straight bet wagers, did not bet erroneous lines or otherwise do anything to merit the funds forfeiture. | GoBetGo complaint

12.11.2014

A GoBetGo player has reported receiving a sarcastically worded email informing him that his account was being closed and €2,500 balance confiscated. The player has maintained that he did nothing unusual, made straight bet wagers, did not bet erroneous lines or otherwise do anything to merit the funds forfeiture. | GoBetGo complaint

12.11.2014

A GoBetGo player has reported receiving a sarcastically worded email informing him that his account was being closed and €2,500 balance confiscated. The player has maintained that he did nothing unusual, made straight bet wagers, did not bet erroneous lines or otherwise do anything to merit the funds forfeiture. | GoBetGo complaint

12.11.2014

A GoBetGo player has reported receiving a sarcastically worded email informing him that his account was being closed and €2,500 balance confiscated. The player has maintained that he did nothing unusual, made straight bet wagers, did not bet erroneous lines or otherwise do anything to merit the funds forfeiture. | GoBetGo complaint

12.11.2014

A Netbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint with SBR. The player deposited €100 via Neteller. He wagered his whole balance on a soccer match priced at 2.65 (returning €165 in profit) before suddenly having his account closed. His account was frozen so that the KYC process could be conducted, though two months have passed with no update. | Netbet complaint

12.11.2014

A Netbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint with SBR. The player deposited €100 via Neteller. He wagered his whole balance on a soccer match priced at 2.65 (returning €165 in profit) before suddenly having his account closed. His account was frozen so that the KYC process could be conducted, though two months have passed with no update. | Netbet complaint

12.11.2014

A Netbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint with SBR. The player deposited €100 via Neteller. He wagered his whole balance on a soccer match priced at 2.65 (returning €165 in profit) before suddenly having his account closed. His account was frozen so that the KYC process could be conducted, though two months have passed with no update. | Netbet complaint

12.11.2014

A Netbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint with SBR. The player deposited €100 via Neteller. He wagered his whole balance on a soccer match priced at 2.65 (returning €165 in profit) before suddenly having his account closed. His account was frozen so that the KYC process could be conducted, though two months have passed with no update. | Netbet complaint

12.10.2014

Sportsbook Review occasionally publishes updates on major cash prize contests or community events and references the SBR Store, betpoints, and other terms which may be unfamiliar to casual readers. So, what are betpoints and what do they do? This article lists everything you need to know about the virtual loyalty points enjoyed by thousands of SBR users. | SBR Betpoints explained

NFL Super Bowl Prop Betting Futures

12.10.2014

Sports bettors interested in wagering the 2014-15 NFL Super Bowl may wish to bookmark the Super Bowl Betting futures page at SBR. The page will contain all relevant NFL prop bets for the big game, and presently lists futures betting markets such as the outright winner and conference win markets. As of this publication, the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, and Green Bay Packers are the shortest priced teams, meaning the return bettors receive on a risk amount of $1 or more is less than the other 29 teams available for wagering.

12.10.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player deposited £80 this Monday, intending to wager the Southampton vs. Manchester United soccer match. He attempted to wager his whole deposit but was limited to a maximum stake of £45. He wagered the allowed £45 and asked to be paid the other £35. | LSbet complaint

12.10.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player deposited £80 this Monday, intending to wager the Southampton vs. Manchester United soccer match. He attempted to wager his whole deposit but was limited to a maximum stake of £45. He wagered the allowed £45 and asked to be paid the other £35. | LSbet complaint

12.10.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player deposited £80 this Monday, intending to wager the Southampton vs. Manchester United soccer match. He attempted to wager his whole deposit but was limited to a maximum stake of £45. He wagered the allowed £45 and asked to be paid the other £35. | LSbet complaint

12.10.2014

An LSbet Sportsbook player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player deposited £80 this Monday, intending to wager the Southampton vs. Manchester United soccer match. He attempted to wager his whole deposit but was limited to a maximum stake of £45. He wagered the allowed £45 and asked to be paid the other £35. | LSbet complaint

12.09.2014

Sportsbook Review occasionally receives email from readers who have had difficulty permanently closing their online sportsbook accounts. In some of the cases, the players attempted to self-exclude themselves from the betting sites due to having uncontrollable gambling urges. Should a sportsbook be liable for losses incurred after a previous attempt to be excluded? Find out in this special SBR report.

12.09.2014

Sportsbook Review occasionally receives email from readers who have had difficulty permanently closing their online sportsbook accounts. In some of the cases, the players attempted to self-exclude themselves from the betting sites due to having uncontrollable gambling urges. Should a sportsbook be liable for losses incurred after a previous attempt to be excluded? Find out in this special SBR report.

12.09.2014

Sportsbook Review occasionally receives email from readers who have had difficulty permanently closing their online sportsbook accounts. In some of the cases, the players attempted to self-exclude themselves from the betting sites due to having uncontrollable gambling urges. Should a sportsbook be liable for losses incurred after a previous attempt to be excluded? Find out in this special SBR report.