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Do you know some bookies which have good tennis offer,don't have small limits and allow combined bets with all sports? Bet365 came up first to me but read in the other thread here they tend to impose ridiculous limits?

You wouldn't believe what is happening here in Croatia,there's a 5% tax on stake and 10% tax on payout.So you bet 1000 @2 and end up getting around 1700.Even heard in Slovenia they have 10% on stake and 15 % winnings more than 300 e.This is insane.I don't believe this shit.
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Re: Best bookie for tennis betting

Can you open a pinnaclesports account? Because it is hands down the best fixed sportsbook available for tennis.

They have also started offering challenger markets which would appeal a wider market.

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Do you know some bookies which have good tennis offer,don't have small limits and allow combined bets with all sports? Bet365 came up first to me but read in the other thread here they tend to impose ridiculous limits?

You wouldn't believe what is happening here in Croatia,there's a 5% tax on stake and 10% tax on payout.So you bet 1000 @2 and end up getting around 1700.Even heard in Slovenia they have 10% on stake and 15 % winnings more than 300 e.This is insane.I don't believe this shit.
Jeb'o te Slavko, this is the final nail, as if that 5% wasn't enough. Now there's really no need to keep that one rarely used account at the local bookie. Thank good i have only 70EUR there. At this point i even can see something good in Milton Friedmans work (can't believe i just wrote that), that's how far our government has driven me...

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Re: Best bookie for tennis betting

depends on what you want to bet

but Pinny, 365, unibet and 5dimes are must have bookies

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Pinnacle has for a long time been my book of choice however not sure now. They have recently introduced a new policy whereby all deposits made into your account must be rolled over 5x prior to any withdrawals made otherwise you will incur a withdrawal charge.

What a joke. They claim it is industry standard yet it is not.

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Pinnacle has for a long time been my book of choice however not sure now. They have recently introduced a new policy whereby all deposits made into your account must be rolled over 5x prior to any withdrawals made otherwise you will incur a withdrawal charge.

What a joke. They claim it is industry standard yet it is not.
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 ? That's just insane, it looks like some scam plan from a blacklisted bookie
I mean some bookies have easier bonus rollovers than this... Wtf is going on with the industry... 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...

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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.



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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.
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They have recently introduced a new policy whereby all deposits made into your account must be rolled over 5x prior to any withdrawals made otherwise you will incur a withdrawal charge.
since when? I didn't even notice. I've been using only bf lately.

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What a joke. They claim it is industry standard yet it is not.
5dimes has the same clown policy, it must be standard for american bookies.
I stopped betting with 5dimes a long time ago.


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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...
moneybookers cancelling bets? do you mean gamebookers? MB is an ewallet now called Skrill. Or you mean bookies are not accepting MB as a form of payment? cause I had no problems so far.
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Re: Best bookie for tennis betting

I ment bookies are canceling bets for any reason they can think of, and moneybookers is not accepted at some bookies or more often some kind of fees are being introduced for ewallets wich was not the case before...

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Re: Best bookie for tennis betting

bet365 is a very good choice!
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bet365 is a very good choice!
until they see you are better then the average bettor

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For "normal" players bet365 is fine but if you keep winning your account will be on their radar and will be closed just matter of time. For "pro", there are only 2 site: trading site like betfair or "real man" bookie pinnaclesports.

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I have both Betfair and Pinnacle. I switch whichever has the best offer on a given week.
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I have both Betfair and Pinnacle. I switch whichever has the best offer on a given week.
I take it you're not in the US anymore? I only know of 5dimes for viable tennis options for the American market. Would kill to have pinny again.
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Re: Best bookie for tennis betting

bet365 hands down, but stay under the limits. bets software and biggest live markets by a long shot. if you are for american sports than pinny or 5dimes are a great choice. If what you are talking about Pinnacle is true then I take Pinnacle back, that rollover thing is some bulélshit, only used to bonus in the past, wtf?!?
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