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June 14, 2013, 02:50:16 AM
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the tennis match S. Lisicki vs M. Lucic-Baroni wrapped up awhile ago (~6hrs ago), but bets for it are still pending. Just curious, when do bets get backed up like this? Most of the time they are settled very quickly after the conclusion of the match, so this particular one just seemed unusual.
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June 14, 2013, 03:08:45 AM
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thanks for being a scam artists bitbook glad you pay the few other people out though I   bet .98  code said i wil win .9  I click to confirm and get paid out .0069 lolol keep scamming

Still got that tin foil t on I see. You made a mistake. Either that or they are just out to get you. I've always been paid out, more than .9

Only mistake I made was using bitbook site that's been open for 3 months . I put in the correct amount and it told me amount I would win and then paid .0096 scam site no tin foil hat when you bet 107 to win a buck
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June 14, 2013, 05:00:02 AM
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thanks for being a scam artists bitbook glad you pay the few other people out though I   bet .98  code said i wil win .9  I click to confirm and get paid out .0069 lolol keep scamming

Still got that tin foil t on I see. You made a mistake. Either that or they are just out to get you. I've always been paid out, more than .9

Only mistake I made was using bitbook site that's been open for 3 months . I put in the correct amount and it told me amount I would win and then paid .0096 scam site no tin foil hat when you bet 107 to win a buck

They just paid me over 7 btc on the miami game, right away, and cashed it out to my wallet......

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June 14, 2013, 11:07:11 AM
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they paid me 1 dollar on a 107 bet scammers
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June 14, 2013, 12:41:18 PM
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thanks for being a scam artists bitbook glad you pay the few other people out though I   bet .98  code said i wil win .9  I click to confirm and get paid out .0069 lolol keep scamming

Still got that tin foil t on I see. You made a mistake. Either that or they are just out to get you. I've always been paid out, more than .9

Only mistake I made was using bitbook site that's been open for 3 months . I put in the correct amount and it told me amount I would win and then paid .0096 scam site no tin foil hat when you bet 107 to win a buck

They just paid me over 7 btc on the miami game, right away, and cashed it out to my wallet......

Yea, we actually paid out more on that game than we have ever on any event!

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June 14, 2013, 12:42:48 PM
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the tennis match S. Lisicki vs M. Lucic-Baroni wrapped up awhile ago (~6hrs ago), but bets for it are still pending. Just curious, when do bets get backed up like this? Most of the time they are settled very quickly after the conclusion of the match, so this particular one just seemed unusual.

In most cases we grade bets immediately and automatically, however if our auto-grader isn't 100% sure it backs off and we review later. This sometimes happens in less major events, which is did here. All graded now though!

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June 14, 2013, 02:54:08 PM
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thanks for being a scam artists bitbook glad you pay the few other people out though I   bet .98  code said i wil win .9  I click to confirm and get paid out .0069 lolol keep scamming

Still got that tin foil t on I see. You made a mistake. Either that or they are just out to get you. I've always been paid out, more than .9

Only mistake I made was using bitbook site that's been open for 3 months . I put in the correct amount and it told me amount I would win and then paid .0096 scam site no tin foil hat when you bet 107 to win a buck

They just paid me over 7 btc on the miami game, right away, and cashed it out to my wallet......

Yea, we actually paid out more on that game than we have ever on any event!



I put in whatever amount I transferred from my wallet said I would win .9 I clicked enter  I got scammed  and will keep reiterating biggest nonsense scam site EVER . Im going to to put in almost a full bitcoin to bet 1 dollar your a joke and I bet 107 almost to win a dollar . They handled this situation like a 16 year old high school bookie would. I put in .98 and said I would win .9 there is no way this is even close to being .01 if anything the software screwed up and you SCAMMED ME.Your software or bitbook software does tell you amount you will win based on your bet I didn't missclick or miss read that . You plain out scammed me either way.

I put in that I was betting .98 and it calculated my winnings at .9 and I clicked to cofirm enter there is no mistaking that or any way I could have not done that correctly!
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June 15, 2013, 02:11:36 AM
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Quik Q:
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June 15, 2013, 01:05:49 PM
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Quik Q:
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Our min bet is 0.01 BTC.

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June 15, 2013, 08:08:56 PM
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yeah you can bet 107 equivelant and system will give you amount to win but instead of giving you amount you should have won about 90 plus in my case they give you less then a buck , scammers

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June 18, 2013, 07:35:47 PM
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Sunday's NBA finals game 5 was our largest event of all time, with over 100 BTC wagered!

Thanks so much for the continued support!

Game 6 starts in a few hours. Looks like the early action is on the Spurs to close it out.

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June 18, 2013, 07:43:18 PM
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Sunday's NBA finals game 5 was our largest event of all time, with over 100 BTC wagered!

Thanks so much for the continued support!

Game 6 starts in a few hours. Looks like the early action is on the Spurs to close it out.



put me down for miami -5.5 Smiley

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June 18, 2013, 07:51:09 PM
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Just started using your site the past few days. Just wanted to say it's great. Good Odds and a nice clean interface and instant withdrawals. Cant ask for much more as a punter
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June 19, 2013, 01:05:05 AM
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@bitbookbiz, what are your thoughts about implementing a simple client-side confirmation dialog upon making a wager? could be a javascript popup, or something fancier like some element appearing on the page asking for another click. while it's nice and simple to just click and place a wager, that power is also a little frightening sometimes because the wagers are often defaulted to some amount.

for the record, i like bitbook.biz thus far. odds are great, interface is easy to get around, deposits and withdrawals operate properly, and pending wagers are settled up quickly. i've given up using BTCSportsBet thanks to all those features and the better payout odds at BitBook so consider me a loyal fan of your site. keep up the good work!
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June 19, 2013, 02:46:45 PM
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Just started using your site the past few days. Just wanted to say it's great. Good Odds and a nice clean interface and instant withdrawals. Cant ask for much more as a punter

Thanks icey! We've been working hard to deliver the best possible bitcoin sports book, and it feels good receive positive feedback.

Please let us know if you have any thoughts or suggestions!

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June 19, 2013, 02:53:12 PM
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@bitbookbiz, what are your thoughts about implementing a simple client-side confirmation dialog upon making a wager? could be a javascript popup, or something fancier like some element appearing on the page asking for another click. while it's nice and simple to just click and place a wager, that power is also a little frightening sometimes because the wagers are often defaulted to some amount.

for the record, i like bitbook.biz thus far. odds are great, interface is easy to get around, deposits and withdrawals operate properly, and pending wagers are settled up quickly. i've given up using BTCSportsBet thanks to all those features and the better payout odds at BitBook so consider me a loyal fan of your site. keep up the good work!

Hey Macro! First off, glad you're liking BitBook!

We've thought a bit about the confirmation box. We like the quick, simple experience of placing a bet in online poker games, which is what we are trying to match with our 1-click betting. It's a bit of a trade-off cause there is a chance of misclicks, but in general we tend to favor keeping the experience super streamlined. One feature we added to help with this is that your default bet amount should be the size of your last bet. This way each user has a default bet tailored to them.

Thanks again for the kind words!

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June 19, 2013, 11:15:49 PM
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but bets for it are still pending.

In the case of some MLB games the game does not show up as pending but actually as being "Finished" with the correct score (compared to xscores.com and other sites). Yet it also takes some time there to get it payed out. IMHO MLB is not some minor league so how is it possible that these aren't payed out immediately?

Also @ the person above claiming they scam: I think you get "winnings" wrong. For example, you put 1BTC on something that has "winning odds" of 1.5, you will get 1.5BTC back when you won. But remember, you already payed 1BTC so your total is +0.5BTC.
This is completely normal and any sportsbook works like this (otherwise the odds would be insane and one could win 100% by betting on all options at once).

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June 20, 2013, 06:58:19 AM
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This site is awesome! I've been playing for the last week here and it's easy

Wake up, check the lines, place 4-5 bets or a parlay if I'm feeling extra confident

Go to work, check the scores under pending bets on my phone when I have a second

Collect my BTC! Cheesy
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June 20, 2013, 01:55:28 PM
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but bets for it are still pending.

In the case of some MLB games the game does not show up as pending but actually as being "Finished" with the correct score (compared to xscores.com and other sites). Yet it also takes some time there to get it payed out. IMHO MLB is not some minor league so how is it possible that these aren't payed out immediately?

Also @ the person above claiming they scam: I think you get "winnings" wrong. For example, you put 1BTC on something that has "winning odds" of 1.5, you will get 1.5BTC back when you won. But remember, you already payed 1BTC so your total is +0.5BTC.
This is completely normal and any sportsbook works like this (otherwise the odds would be insane and one could win 100% by betting on all options at once).

For most major events we have an auto-grader compare results from multiple sources and if there is agreement we score bets (generally within minutes of event completion). This is also true for baseball, however because baseball can often have less usual results (postponed, cancelled, called before 9 innings) we have additional checks in place to ensure that games aren't graded incorrectly. This sometimes slows down the grading, but we will continue to work hard to make al scoring as fast as possible.

If you see "finished" before a bet is scored it is because there is score confirmation from 1 source, but we are still waiting for agreement from more sources.

Hope that makes sense. Thanks for the thought and as mentioned we will continuously work to make our scoring as quick as possible.

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June 20, 2013, 01:56:02 PM
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This site is awesome! I've been playing for the last week here and it's easy

Wake up, check the lines, place 4-5 bets or a parlay if I'm feeling extra confident

Go to work, check the scores under pending bets on my phone when I have a second

Collect my BTC! Cheesy

Thanks Shootoo! It always feels good to receive positive feedback!

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