They say they are going to get their smart contracts audited soon. I wouldn't play much money before then, but for just throwing down a few bucks here and there, its working great. Nothing seems to indicate scam but until the contracts are properly audited anything is possible. No problems here with the customer service or any deposit or withdrawal problems. But it isnt just me that noticed the lines seems bad on Bovada in comparison?
The offshore books are available in most states, but there are a few restrictions. Check each site's list of restricted states to be sure Texas isn't one of them. You don't want to run into trouble after winning money and wanting to withdraw. Don't assume that just because they let you sign up, you're okay. I wouldn't particularly recommend YouWager. Bovada is fine. Pm me if you wanna talk about it. Get familiar with BTC and go with an offshore through that route.
Tried and true for a lot of people. I use Betonline. Granted I rarely withdrawal LOL. They used to let you withdraw bonus funds from accumulated tier points but now they make you bet 2x the bonus funds to even withdraw them. Just do your research. It's a long term investment surely, but it's also free money.
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They also give lots of free money away all the time in the form of bonuses. Bitcoin is available too. Agreed Bovada has the best bonuses, I saw a billboard saying they offered a sign up bonus Im sure it required more than just signing up. Something people don't think about is price advantage. Bovada is one of the biggest online sites meaning it's better to let people win more than to raise it's house advantage and loose business. I thoroughly recommend it. Good mobile app, really quick withdrawals, and there are lines for pretty much any sport you can think of.
Other than that - great book. I live in America and use Bet That said, I also use Bovada for several reasons. Bet, on the other hand, limit you to one or two choices. If a game is , you can probably bet on under 0. Bovada and many other sites would give decent odds on up to under 3. How did you manage to get around U. Other than that, i can vouch for Bovada.
Bovada or MyBookie for me. Bovada is great for deposits and withdrawals especially Bitcoin, the withdrawal process is much faster than any other payment method. Has anyone used it? What are your thoughts? Avoid Heritage. Poor lines, keeps crashing, terrible customer service. I can vouch for MyBookie, tho. MyBookie is a good one. I use Bitcoin and my money is in my account literally within 4 hours, no hassle. But bro, MyBookie is a solid all-rounder.
Easy to use, reliable payouts, Bitcoin is accepted, good sports variety, helpful customer support and great casino. Sharp odds, lots of markets, good welcome bonus but utterly unusable website at the moment. Full of bugs. Genuinely interested why people do this. Bovada has a very high trust rating, very legit. Bovada is my favourite place to lose cash lol. Seen a few people mentioning BetoOnline on here as well and I just wanna tell the OP to avoid it like the plague.
They have these guy on twitter who keeps promoting total bullshit, and whilst they hold big poker tournaments, the site is riddled with bugs and keep crashing. Epic sportsbook and they accept BTC. But now that sports betting is legal in America are the sites back up and running over there?
If so, I recommend Ladbrokes and Bet Ladbrokes is my personal fav - fast withdrawals, lots of bonuses, huge sports variety and good in-play action. Good odds and markets too. I hope you can use them!! I've used sportsbook. Now waiting over two months for my most recent withdrawal attempt. They've gotten slower and slower to the point of absurdity. Can't get in touch with a single person to discuss anything either. I pulled out in mid april and didn't get the money until late june.
It sucks. I just switched to bovada but they don't post game lines until the day of which is equally as absurd in my opinion. So now idk what to do. Probably the most painless option is Nitrogensports. You'll need to buy some bitcoin elsewhere but once you have them, nitrogen will let you deposit and withdraw, essentially instantly. I personally wouldn't fool with it, even if you win money betting you could "lose money" if the value of bitcoin falls.
Not to mention bitcoin exchanges seem to close left right and centre and run of with your money, and there is no recourse for the customer because that's one of the joys of bitcoin. Pretty minimal chance if you only purchase bitcoin you want to immediately place a bet with, and then immediately convert your winnings back to USD.
If you're betting futures then there's a greater risk, but I would argue there's an equal chance you could win more money if the value rises. Bitcoin is unpredictable. Yes, that is exactly my point, Bitcoin is incredibly unpredictable and adds a ton of uncertainty to your return in addition to the uphill climb you face gambling against the vig.
It was over a year ago and is is below now That's why I'm saying cash out immediately if you don't like the risk exposure, don't keep it in bitcoin for a year. When you look at small windows, like the few hours that most wagers take, the chances of a significant fluctuation is pretty small, and it's just as likely to go up as it is to go down. But I've never known a gambler to be that risk averse. Yes, but doesn't it pay in bitcoin? When you bet online, the money immediately goes out of your account so you need to maintain a balance in your online account to play throughout the season.
There leaves a ton of price exposure to bitcoin I'm saying immediately withdraw your winnings back to coinbase and convert back to US dollars. And then when you want to place another bet, convert that amount back to bitcoin. You'd incur a small transaction fee on each deposit and withdrawal maybe a few cents , but you'd limit your exposure.
And I think you'd easily make those cents back since the juice is typically low. The idea that Bitcoin routinely fluctuates that much in a small window frequently isn't really true, the price has been fluctuating a little bit lately, but before that it was more or less stable for about 3 months.
But only if you really want to get deep into it. For gambling purposes, it would go something like this:. It's really not. Coinbase is the most popular bitcoin vendor, here's a signup link. You'll have to complete some identity verification, but it's not a big deal. Once you've done that and link a bank account which makes some people uneasy, but I promise it's safe , you could just buy whatever amount you want to wager on a particular bet and send it to nitrogensports.
Then once you've hopefully won your wager, you could immediately withdraw the bitcoin from nitrogensports back to coinbase, and sell your bitcoin back to coinbase and get US dollars posted back to your bank account.
This would leave you with minimal exposure to bitcoin price fluctuations if you aren't aware, it can be VERY volatile. Withdrawing from nitrogensports to your coinbase account would take about 30 minutes, and would either be free or incur a minimal fee I'm talking like maybe a couple of cents. I'm not sure how long it takes to withdraw US dollars from coinbase to your bank, but I don't think it would more than a day.
And you could just leave the dollars in coinbase and use it as a betting account. This might sound complicated, but in my experience bitcoin sites tend to have less juice than non-bitcoin sites, which is a big deal to me. And having basically instant withdrawals sounds like a big deal to you. If you want just have fun by betting on your favorite sport and team, you need to know as much as you can about the sport, team, players, events etc Now, and I suppose it's this, if you want place bet to make some money, you absolutely need to do two things :.
First, you have to bet with the odds and the odds only. Of course more you have info about your bet, better it is but you have to play with statistics and not with intuition. Second, you have to follow a system and stick to it.
For this you can try to study odds from last seasons before place some real bet. Or you can try your system directly without study the odds from previous season but you need to start slow with small bets to try your system. As you discover the sport betting world, you will see there are thousands of potential system.
The thing to remember is to play with the odds. It's serious and the odds are among if no the best you can find. Anyone ever used SpreadEx?
Despite the calculations being a tad confusing, the value offered is slightly better than at Betfair. As with any betting exchange, Betdaq invites winners — making it an attractive platform for professional punters looking to avoid the more expensive charges applied to their winnings over at Betfair. Certain countries only. Free bet valid on exchange for 7 days. Stake not returned. Depositing directly via bank card.
No cashout. New customers only. Thus on the surface of it BetConnect serves as a Bet Brokerage-come-Tipster app depending on your point of view, of course. However, it was actually originally intended to facilitate Pros. This low, flat rate is highly significant for professional betting, considering odds largely determine long-term profitability. New account offer. Losses refunded up to the bonus amount. To withdraw rebated funds, you must bet at least the qualifying deposit on any combination of markets within the promotional period; otherwise rebated funds will be forfeited.
Unused bonuses expire after three months of being credited to a user account. They respond to winners by banning them as opposed to eradicating the actual problem — the inaccuracies in their odds. Bet limitations and other Bookmaker restrictions including geographic ones are not an issue for clients of BetInAsia. Winners are, of course, welcome. Offer valid from 20th Nov Multiple bets on the same market are accepted but counter betting will only count the lowest stake.
Some countries are restricted. They only work with partners who do not discriminate against winning players. It only takes one click of a button. This simple feature is rarely adopted by standard Bookmakers. This means that win or lose it makes no real impact to their bottom line. They earn from turnover. Given the fact that the American sports betting industry is only making its baby steps at the moment, US bettors seem to have problems figuring out which operator is the best.
May 14, — this is the date when sports betting in the United States was reborn. Before that, sports betting outside Vegas was banned on the federal level. Fast-forward two and a half years, and there are many states where sports betting is legal, with dozens of operators offering their services to American bettors.
From time to time, they discuss the best sportsbooks in America, covering everything from bonuses to odds. It seems that a majority of Redditors tend to stick with the sportsbooks that have been around for a long time. The only US sportsbooks that have been around for decades are those located in Las Vegas. There are plenty of Reddit posts discussing the best Vegas sportsbooks.
A couple of sportsbooks come up in all those discussions, namely:. Among the things, Redditors like about the aforementioned sportsbooks is their location in Vegas, the atmosphere in the venue, the complimentary drinks and bonuses some of those places give to the players. Another reason why Redditors recommend online sportsbooks over their Vegas counterparts is that they tend to be more user-friendly.
If the sportsbook wants to keep its license, it needs to do its business fair and square. Although US-licensed sportsbooks are loved by Redditors, those who live in states where online betting is unregulated are advised to bet offshore.
There are many reliable offshore websites, with which Reddit users have had excellent experiences. They had no obligation to do it, but they did anyway.