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November 29, 2013, 02:21:59 PM
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I think a confirmation screen would be nice. I meant to hedge Oakland bet with Dallas and accidently clicked on Oakland.  Did not prompt me even though I have it enabled on mobile. You do everything so well. No-one would be upset with a confirmation screen

From your setting page if you set confirmation to "always" you will be prompted with a confirmation box each time you bet.


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November 29, 2013, 02:22:26 PM
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Played my first bets today, really digging the fast response times.


I would really love it if you guys were to offer teaser bets, would lead me to use this site more often.

Glad you're enjoying BitBook! Thanks for the feedback.

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November 29, 2013, 05:18:35 PM
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Question:
Is there a way to find out if you are affiliated to somebody, and if so, can you cancel it?

Why?
Because I hate those (hidden) links and I definitely don't want to support anybody who tricked me in to clicking a link.
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November 29, 2013, 06:25:03 PM
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Question:
Is there a way to find out if you are affiliated to somebody, and if so, can you cancel it?

Why?
Because I hate those (hidden) links and I definitely don't want to support anybody who tricked me in to clicking a link.

Hey crazy, we can understand how you feel, but we have a responsibility to treat our affiliates fairly, which means that we must honor our commitment to pay them for bets made by accounts they refer for the entire life of the account. If you feel strongly that you do not want to support an affiliate then you can create a new account that has not been referred, but we have found that most affiliates have good intentions and are simply trying to earn a little coin for recommending a service that they personally endorse.

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November 29, 2013, 06:34:02 PM
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I have a 2 Ideas that I would recommend!

#1 ~ NFL player props

#2 ~ Call of Duty for the esports section
        - I would love this option
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November 30, 2013, 07:51:21 AM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?
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November 30, 2013, 10:31:11 AM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?

Yeah, it's very disappointing to see a line that is no longer available to bet on because it has already been bet on so much. Are there any ways for you to change this, or is it set/determined?
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November 30, 2013, 03:27:08 PM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?

We hate to ever limit action, and we can understand how it can be frustrating. Our commitment is to always manage BitBook as responsibly as possible, and at times that means limiting our exposure, by decreasing a max. There are 3 ways that our limit can be pushed below 30 BTC:

  • For smaller events (for instance, many tennis matches), we may have lower limits.
  • For bigger events long before start time (i.e. when an event is first posted)
  • If one side of an event has a disproportionate amount of action (i.e. everyone is betting on the same team)

In the case of an event with 0 remaining, it must be the result of the 3rd possibility - a lot of action on 1 side.

We can see how it can be frustrating when an event has 0 remaining, and we will continue to work hard to limit the occurrences or this situation. We can look further into more aggressively moving lines to limit these occurrences. Thanks for the feedback.

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November 30, 2013, 04:45:51 PM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?

We hate to ever limit action, and we can understand how it can be frustrating. Our commitment is to always manage BitBook as responsibly as possible, and at times that means limiting our exposure, by decreasing a max. There are 3 ways that our limit can be pushed below 30 BTC:

  • For smaller events (for instance, many tennis matches), we may have lower limits.
  • For bigger events long before start time (i.e. when an event is first posted)
  • If one side of an event has a disproportionate amount of action (i.e. everyone is betting on the same team)

In the case of an event with 0 remaining, it must be the result of the 3rd possibility - a lot of action on 1 side.

We can see how it can be frustrating when an event has 0 remaining, and we will continue to work hard to limit the occurrences or this situation. We can look further into more aggressively moving lines to limit these occurrences. Thanks for the feedback.



Seems like you found the bet I was referring to as the line is moving and is available to bet now

Smiley thanks.
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November 30, 2013, 05:26:55 PM
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I seem to have forgotten my password to the site. Help?
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November 30, 2013, 05:41:58 PM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?

Aaaaaand its not going so well... could be a big win for you guys!
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November 30, 2013, 06:45:21 PM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?

We hate to ever limit action, and we can understand how it can be frustrating. Our commitment is to always manage BitBook as responsibly as possible, and at times that means limiting our exposure, by decreasing a max. There are 3 ways that our limit can be pushed below 30 BTC:

  • For smaller events (for instance, many tennis matches), we may have lower limits.
  • For bigger events long before start time (i.e. when an event is first posted)
  • If one side of an event has a disproportionate amount of action (i.e. everyone is betting on the same team)

In the case of an event with 0 remaining, it must be the result of the 3rd possibility - a lot of action on 1 side.

We can see how it can be frustrating when an event has 0 remaining, and we will continue to work hard to limit the occurrences or this situation. We can look further into more aggressively moving lines to limit these occurrences. Thanks for the feedback.



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November 30, 2013, 08:17:02 PM
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Popular bets with 0 remaining make me sad.

Why is this possible?  I understand not wanting to get too lopsided on one side of a bet, but why not move the line/odds and continue to take more bets?

Aaaaaand its not going so well... could be a big win for you guys!

yea... I reckon the book just made a killing.  They certainly got a few units from me.
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November 30, 2013, 10:32:33 PM
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Hi i would like to ask why i cant withdraw my BTC . I managed to get up my balance to 0.01 from faucet but when i want to withdraw, it says :  Please place at least 0.01 BTC in bets before withdrawing.
... Maybe a bug ?
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November 30, 2013, 10:40:08 PM
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Hi i would like to ask why i cant withdraw my BTC . I managed to get up my balance to 0.01 from faucet but when i want to withdraw, it says :  Please place at least 0.01 BTC in bets before withdrawing.
... Maybe a bug ?

Can you send us a PM with your username and we can look into it? I would guess that it is because you haven't placed 0.01BTC in bets yet.
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December 01, 2013, 12:31:07 AM
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EDIT : Can see the deposit in the account now.

Thanks.


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December 01, 2013, 01:33:27 AM
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For some reason every now and again when I try to login I get the following error message:

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I would appreciate it if you could look into this for me.

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December 01, 2013, 05:40:35 AM
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I seem to have forgotten my password to the site. Help?

I can provide bets if needed & amounts deposited
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December 01, 2013, 05:57:10 AM
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What MMA bets do you currently support. Just UFC, or Bellator and World Series as well?

Also, do you have any plans on adding K1 or Glory Kickboxing bets?

Thanks.

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December 01, 2013, 08:07:03 AM
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Throwing down a whole .0003 on the chargers game...

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