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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ 7 BTC WB ᐉ Altcoin Betting ᐉ no KYC ᕗ Instant payouts on: September 23, 2021, 08:33:50 PM
Just as you ignored all the evidence and continued to deny your affiliation with 1xBET and 1X Corp N.V.
By the way, how do you know he hasn't used your platform? Do you have some magic ball or something?
As a marketing team, we don't have answers to this question. We know that 1xBit, 1xBet and many other bookmakers' software is produced by the same company BetB2B. In addition to software - different companies use the same service providers, for example for odds.
Some providers might deliver the same verification tokens, or there are other reasons. We can't have a confirmed answer to this question.

By the way, how do you know he hasn't used your platform? Do you have some magic ball or something?
Otherwise he would provide at least a single proof of his bad experience, but not even a complaint so far, only assumptions.

Every user that has made a complaint against you received the same email (you stopping doing business with them) (including me).
I have tested your site and had the same experience as all of the other players here that won some bets.
You voided all my winning bets and returned my deposit after saying I violated your T&C.

2  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ 7 BTC WB ᐉ Altcoin Betting ᐉ no KYC ᕗ Instant payouts on: September 14, 2021, 09:33:38 AM
I am going to create a flag against 1xbit to make sure 1xbit gets a red card, since you refuse to pay me honest winnings.
Your statement "If you have evidence of otherwise" is also very funny and only a scam bookmaker will use this.
You accuse me that I broke the rules with my bets, you refuse to explain in detail what I broke, you refuse to display my betting history, and then you write that I am the one who must proof my bets placed fair.
Unlike many other casinos, we returned you the balance that was deposited by you.
We followed our ToS, and you consented to follow them either.

If you want further actions that are not placed in our ToS, then it's your turn to prove that our obligations weren't fulfilled.

So far you didn't prove anything. You've been accused of lying a few times by other users. You didn't follow your intentions to post a proofed accusation in this post:
Thanks. Will fill this info tomorrow.
Considering the fact that you've lost access to your first negatively tagged account, it's getting clear that your story has a lot of questions.

Sincerely,
1xBit team

Correct me if I'm wrong.

You gave him his deposit back after you accused him of breaking ToS and closed his account, and now you are requesting him to prove that he didn't do anything wrong?
I would love to be in the courtroom with you.
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔥 BTC365.com 🔥|150 Free Spins | 100% Bonus| Lucrative VIP Lounge! on: September 13, 2021, 03:01:26 PM
....

1) Firstly; some context setting: all betting operators dissuade or unwelcome abnormal or malicious activity to varying levels. This goes beyond protecting profits of the operator but is also necessary to maintain an attractive level of promotions and rebates for normal customers. For example; rebates are designed to be attractive for ordinary customers, and activities that specifically seek to farm rebates harm good customers by forcing operators to rethink or reduce rebates. (This is just an example while we wait for confirmation both regarding account name and the flag)

2) Cross referencing the time of oz.kashi’s case (since we don’t have his username), it is highly likely that he/she/they were flagged by our secondary sportsbook vendor. Our various game vendors are experts in compliance in their own domain, and we generally defer to their flags. Of course, the final decision to execute a flag rests with BTC365, and if we have wrongly frozen your account, we must accept full responsibility.

3) While waiting for username confirmation and further information, we would like to highlight some inconsistencies with your accusation. 

3b) On our thread you claim "they win", while on the accusation thread you mention "you won". What exactly happened? Perhaps you can clarify this inconsistency.

3c) In the accusation thread, you also mentioned that you managed a successful withdrawal (that's great!) Without your username, we can only use our best guess, but cross referencing the time and product we inferred, your successful withdrawal is quite abit larger than the 20 mBTC you are accusing us of scamming. That begs the question: if we are indeed out to scam you, why would we let you withdraw in the first place?

...

This bold part looks familiar.
Same thing adkinsbet said...
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: #1 RATINGS of BITCOIN SPORTSBOOKS : poster book discussion on: August 18, 2021, 12:46:53 PM
There once was "adkinsbet".
Shilled by many accounts, the same ones that are now shilling 1xbit and betking.

You make the conclusion.
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Stake.com completely unfair MLB live bet void on: August 16, 2021, 10:09:53 PM
I'll just add my 2 cents here.

Odds at 7:15 at bet365 were 3,00
Odds at 7:17 at bet365 were 2,35
Odds at 7:20 at bet365 were 2,40

Don't know what the correct ruling here should be.
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ 7 BTC WB ᐉ Altcoin Betting ᐉ no KYC on: August 16, 2021, 02:28:52 PM
He wasn't able to make a withdrawal!
That's also the issue.
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: BETOP.GG - Sports & eSports betting |Great Odds|125% bonus|10% Cashback|Cashout| on: August 16, 2021, 11:36:56 AM
I think they limit you after some wins.
You can't bet much, you can't withdraw all your funds and have to do it with those smaller amounts.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ 7 BTC WB ᐉ Altcoin Betting ᐉ no KYC on: August 16, 2021, 06:43:49 AM
There, I left my honest review.
In case it gets "lost" here it is.

My experience with 1xbit.

I saw that they have a huge offer for sportsbetting and decided to try them.

Deposit was easy and fast.

Played there for a while until one day I couldn't log in to my account.
Opened my email and contacted them about my issue.
They replied with their generic response that I violated their ToS and they are stopping doing any business with me.
Then they allowed me to log back in.
They voided all my winning bets and then told me to withdraw the rest of my funds from the account.

This is my honest review of this betting platform.
9  Economy / Services / Re: 1xbit.com honest review campaign (open) on: August 16, 2021, 06:41:43 AM
My experience with 1xbit.

I saw that they have a huge offer for sportsbetting and decided to try them.

Deposit was easy and fast.

Played there for a while until one day I couldn't log in to my account.
Opened my email and contacted them about my issue.
They replied with their generic response that I violated their ToS and they are stopping doing any business with me.
Then they allowed me to log back in.
They voided all my winning bets and then told me to withdraw the rest of my funds from the account.

This is my honest review of this betting platform.
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: FEZBET = PURE SCAM !!! on: August 10, 2021, 08:42:24 AM
I have never heard of this site myself. Maybe a newcomer. It is a pity that none of them is active on the forum, otherwise there might still be possibilities to resolve the situation satisfactorily.

They launched 2020 and are listed on some bookie comparison sites as well.

as i mentioned i was always little bit sceptical cause of the used software so i skipped personally, but i know some user from betting groups and they used them

What is that other site that uses same software?
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 09, 2021, 12:07:52 PM
Ask anyone that is betting and they'll tell you they are happy with 6% yield. Anything above that is extraordinary.
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 08, 2021, 11:21:12 PM
He mentioned that he found guys with 50-55% winrate, I just said that mathematically 55% winrate at average odds 1,85 makes you profit long term with flat stakes.

Blogabet . tipstertube, pyckio are some of the sites where you can compare tipsters with verified stats.

1,85 is not "large odds" it's "industry standard" for most of the guys.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 08, 2021, 10:37:24 AM
From my experience (and I have a lot of it) that isn't bad.
They are not just my own bets, but also bets from other good and reputable tipsters that are beating certain league.

So i don't agree with you when you say you shouldn't follow others.
There are plenty of good and profitable tipsters.
I also have my share of experience with certain tipsters. I don’t claim to have a lot of it, but I have followed a few guys when I was younger. What I noticed is that the win rate is usually around 50-55%. That's not exactly great. And you have no way of knowing if the results of the tipster you follow will be good or bar in that particular month and period you paid for. If they have built a certain reputation, they usually require that you pay to receive the tips, and that can amount to a few hundred dollars per month as well.

I still think doing your own research and betting only on the sports you have some knowledge in beats blindly following anonymous people over the Internet. Since we are on a Bitcoin forum, I can draw a comparison with following a crypto trader and doing the same trades as he does. Not exactly the best way to invest.    

55% winrate at average odds 1,85 give you already 2% yield. I'm happy with that in the long run.
 That's why you don't follow a guy with a low sample size. 100+ picks over a longer period of time is a must to see if someone is profitable or not.

There are a lot of specialized sites/portals for sports betting tipsters.
Most of the good ones cost some monthly fee.
Some of them have options to automatically copy their bets but most don't so you have to place them manually.

Obviously in lower liquidity markets odds crash faster.


I am always a bit cautious of free sport betting tips from the Internet. It is hard to tell how reliable they are and most of the time there is no real tip history that shows us how the tips performed in the past. If we can make money of the tips then paying a monthly is fine. I just don't understand why people aren't using their tips only for themselves and their friends and family? Because the more people follow their tips the lower the payout is going to be.

Well, free is also good sometimes.
Most of them had free service at the beginning to establish themselves.

There are a lot of specialized sites/portals for sports betting tipsters.
Most of the good ones cost some monthly fee.
Some of them have options to automatically copy their bets but most don't so you have to place them manually.

Obviously in lower liquidity markets odds crash faster.

What is the connection to the topic mate? sorry but OP is asking aBOUT THE budgeting and not about the per paid tipster.

though there are only few that uses this service because not just because it is expensive , other gamblers choose to find their luck than cheating.
Why are you so bitter?
I asked a question, got a response and a question and responded to it.

If you consider paid tipsters cheating then I would recommend you to read more about that whole industry.

Where can I find those tipsters?
I'd appreciate if you could point me to their threads or whatever.

Thanks.
There are many of them if you just search through the pages on this section. A few years ago, there really are a lot of those tipsters giving their day to day tips for free.
But they seem to offer more if you're going to pay them with their special group outside the forum but those free tips were already fine.

Is there actually a platform that is similar to all this social trading stuff that is currently going through the roof?

I can imagine if you have such a platform and there is a guy who is betting with above average results that people would follow like they do on social trading websites. Or is the problem that when many people bet on the odds of the superior guy that the odds are always adjusted in a way that the edge will be lost?

Here is the question I responded to. I didn't use quotes because my post is right after the post above and I consider it an answer to that post, not any other in this topic.
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ 7 BTC WB ᐉ Altcoin Betting ᐉ no KYC on: August 07, 2021, 09:41:31 PM

ARE YOU A FUCKING IDIOT?HuhHuh I DID POST THE TRANSACTION ID'S AND I TOLD THAT I DID NOT HAVE THE THIRD BECAUSE SOMEONE JUST HAS TO TELL ME HOW I CAN DO THAT. IF YOU CANT READ GET THE FUCK OUT OF HERE. CAN A MOD BAN THIS GUY FOR BEING STUPID? LOOK AT MY MESSAGE FROM August 04, 2021, 07:31:25 PM
The withdrawal of 10.16535000BTC ID is 8cb67fc8adc360b4e109018c5915986a61e286480720b674f2406bd77a0178f2
The depo of 3 BTC ID was dc535244eded0701d8cf14af237bc0e49cf53195932d04694ebd26a1373332ec

on a side note, 1xbit offical could you maybe look again at my account, I did a 5 BTC depo, this is the ID e6c0dc1280797c21da4f495356055fdafa48fef8cb1762c875d7877274a52c84 but I havent received anything and I sent support an e-mail, but dont want to wait, if Ill ever have an answer because they are not the fastest/reliable unfortunately.

Im having some problems with this quoting thing but I hope every1 knows what im saying



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpAfuB7aZTg

Here's the video how to sign a BTC message.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 07, 2021, 09:36:04 PM
There are a lot of specialized sites/portals for sports betting tipsters.
Most of the good ones cost some monthly fee.
Some of them have options to automatically copy their bets but most don't so you have to place them manually.

Obviously in lower liquidity markets odds crash faster.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 07, 2021, 08:15:11 PM
Where can I find those tipsters?
I'd appreciate if you could point me to their threads or whatever.
I wouldn't recommend following tipsters. The best thing is to carry out your own research into the sports and leagues you are familiar with.

What if I have 20 bets that day, all at the different time?
A real good sports pundit or tipster wouldn't be able to find 20 matches a day. If I saw someone calling himself a tipster and recommending 20 different matches, I would never trust a word he says. He is just guessing and has obviously not done much research on the games he recommends people to bet on.

Sometimes one tip a day would be too much, let alone 20.

From my experience (and I have a lot of it) that isn't bad.
They are not just my own bets, but also bets from other good and reputable tipsters that are beating certain league.

So i don't agree with you when you say you shouldn't follow others.
There are plenty of good and profitable tipsters.
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 07, 2021, 07:20:50 AM
Thanks.

I was looking for some that have made profit over long period of time to follow them. It won't hurt me.

I am considering sharing my bets in the forum. What would be the best section for my own thread?
Also, in this section, make your own thread and put all those details that you want to share and update there from time to time. Just be known to the rules that you can only bump your thread once every 24 hours.

What if I have 20 bets that day, all at the different time?
If I just edit the post no one will see that there are new posts/bets.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 06, 2021, 09:15:17 PM
Thanks.

I was looking for some that have made profit over long period of time to follow them. It won't hurt me.

I am considering sharing my bets in the forum. What would be the best section for my own thread?
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Your betting budget on: August 06, 2021, 04:12:14 PM
If it's not a secret, how long is this agreement valid and what are your gambling statistics? Does it happen that in some month you find yourself in the black and instead of spending money you get it? And accordingly, if this happens, how do you dispose of these unexpected winnings?
Haha, I'll wait for him to answer but I guess the agreement is valid and peaceful as long as he is earning good and the expenses are well under control. Once the monthly expenses are higher but unfortunately the wages are not sufficient for management, the agreement will come to a halt Grin.

In the past, when I was much more into gambling on sports, I used to play with a bank of €1.000-€2.000. I looked for value bets and played only single events wagering €80 to €100 per selection. At the end of the month, I would calculate my profit and I found that to be working quite OK for a few months. Since I don't have the time to go that deep into match analysis as I did when I was younger, I had to give this up. I am now an occasional player. 
You must be a great sports bettor then because when I am betting on sports, I am just losing my wallet quickly. I guess since you don't have that much time, it might not be a bad idea to become a tipster because we have very few legit tipsters in the bitcoin gambling industry and there's always need for more good ones. And in case you don't know, people earn really good being a tipster.

Where can I find those tipsters?
I'd appreciate if you could point me to their threads or whatever.

Thanks.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ 7 BTC WB ᐉ Altcoin Betting ᐉ no KYC on: July 28, 2021, 09:26:39 PM

...

 If someone does it from the same account it also means he is trying to outplay the bookmaker, but he is not hiding it, so we just refund the bets.

Sincerely,
1xBit team

Isn't the purpose of betting to beat/outplay the bookies?

What he did is the same as if he cashed out the first bet while in profit.

If I play on a basketball match on Team A to win by 7 points or more, and then during the match while they are up by 20 I decide to bet on Team B not to lose by 18 or more, is that considered arbitrage betting?

Will you please answer my question? Thank you.
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