Wtf ? It's been a while since i made a withdrawal but i use pinny pretty often so this is making me sad. So what does this mean, if i make a 200 deposit and lose it all i still "owe" 800 rollover ?
If I understand it right, the rollover is reset if you lose the deposit. That's not terribly surprising, as pinnacle are a serious bookmarker (and non-resetting rollovers are the domain of cowboys).
It's not really a big deal for me personally, but I can understand it'll annoy the living crap out of a lot of people. For that reason, they'll probably find another way to achieve the same outcome.
Frankly i have to say i'm lately running out of options, bookis are limiting heavily, moneybookers is is being treated like a "persona non grata" for some reason, cancelling bets for any reason they could think of (i mean i had a bet cancelled two days after the match was over and the bet was won because they said 2.35 was not the right odds, it should have been 2.20, i mean wtf settle it with the right odds than) now this insane rollover from the best bookie...
If it was easy everyone would do it :-)
Limiting has always been the norm for most books out there. About 5 years ago I went through my accounts and found I was banned or limited to nothing at about 150 books. Pinnacle/sbo/ibc are always what it comes down to, plus a few others that accept professional action on larger volume sports (which for most isn't tennis).
Have a look at matchbook for tennis. They're still not quite there, but often you can get very good prices, especially if you queue for them.