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February 11, 2013, 07:28:53 PM
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Here we go again with the no grading for days... also, site is constantly overloaded (i.e timing out) these days.


Has anyone received a withdrawal from them in 2013 yet?

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February 11, 2013, 07:51:53 PM
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Here we go again with the no grading for days... also, site is constantly overloaded (i.e timing out) these days.


Has anyone received a withdrawal from them in 2013 yet?

I requested a withdrawal in mid-January and received it in less than 48 hours.
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February 11, 2013, 08:38:05 PM
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Here we go again with the no grading for days... also, site is constantly overloaded (i.e timing out) these days.


Has anyone received a withdrawal from them in 2013 yet?

I requested a withdrawal in mid-January and received it in less than 48 hours.


Thanks ThaddeusB

Popped a little bit of coin in on the San Jose sharks game tonight, ill post again to verify how the process goes.

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February 11, 2013, 09:04:17 PM
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Seems like they are on another of their breaks.  No grading, no withdraws,.  They have a nice site that I wouldn't think of leaving if they avoided the downtime.
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February 12, 2013, 04:02:45 AM
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Isn't this just a clone of pinnicale, doesn't anyone else have the ability to make one of these?

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February 12, 2013, 06:12:50 AM
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Isn't this just a clone of pinnicale, doesn't anyone else have the ability to make one of these?
Its not a clone. Its a very unique sportsbook. Sure anyone can make one but who has the funds to run one? If you don't have enough funds a few really good sports bettors could make you go broke within a few weeks.

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February 12, 2013, 06:09:46 PM
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Not to crap on their thread, but we get a ton of people tired of anonibet delays. BTCSportsBet is the only BTC book that has been in business over 2 years with no issues. Financial backing is very important, and we have been reviewed by the Offshore Gaming Association and others.

It's almost amusing to see these shoestring sportsbooks pop up, unfortunately most will go away just as quickly. Be careful guys.

http://BTCSportsBet.com - The most complete bitcoin Sportsbook - All games from pro and college sports, Champions League, E-Sports, and reduced juice as well!
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February 12, 2013, 06:42:14 PM
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Not to crap on their thread, but we get a ton of people tired of anonibet delays. BTCSportsBet is the only BTC book that has been in business over 2 years with no issues. Financial backing is very important, and we have been reviewed by the Offshore Gaming Association and others.

It's almost amusing to see these shoestring sportsbooks pop up, unfortunately most will go away just as quickly. Be careful guys.



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February 13, 2013, 12:16:59 AM
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I'm going to reduce Anonibet's rating and put them at the bottom of the sports section of my directory until I hear that this situation has improved.

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February 13, 2013, 01:39:50 AM
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I'm going to reduce Anonibet's rating and put them at the bottom of the sports section of my directory until I hear that this situation has improved.

Proper moderation

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February 13, 2013, 03:22:19 AM
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Not to crap on their thread, but we get a ton of people tired of anonibet delays. BTCSportsBet is the only BTC book that has been in business over 2 years with no issues. Financial backing is very important, and we have been reviewed by the Offshore Gaming Association and others.

It's almost amusing to see these shoestring sportsbooks pop up, unfortunately most will go away just as quickly. Be careful guys.

With all due respect, taking Pinnacle's lines and juicing them up is not running a sportsbook.  People may find the service useful, but to compare your operation to a real sportsbook is laughable.  Real books set their own lines.  Real books take parlays.  Real books offer more than major market main lines.

AnoniBet has some issues, but at least they have the guts to operate a real book.
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February 14, 2013, 12:52:24 AM
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has anybody more than one account at anonibet?

i have  200 BTC winning limit , but sometimes i want to more

is it possible anonibet (will) close multiple accounts?   if you open more account it is only to evade the winning limit,
so i think if anonibet notice it, anonibet will do steps again this , or not?  what do you think?

another question ,  if i login in within another ip range , and send bitcoin from my wallet  (my client is: Qt, bitcoin version v0.7.0-beta)
what can anonibet see ?  
can anonibet see that the money i sent is coming from the same wallet  that i used to send bitcoins to my another account too
so can anonibet discover that this 2 accounts are connected ( used by same person to evade the winning limit)

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February 14, 2013, 09:25:33 PM
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has anybody more than one account at anonibet?

i have  200 BTC winning limit , but sometimes i want to more

is it possible anonibet (will) close multiple accounts?   if you open more account it is only to evade the winning limit,
so i think if anonibet notice it, anonibet will do steps again this , or not?  what do you think?

another question ,  if i login in within another ip range , and send bitcoin from my wallet  (my client is: Qt, bitcoin version v0.7.0-beta)
what can anonibet see ?  
can anonibet see that the money i sent is coming from the same wallet  that i used to send bitcoins to my another account too
so can anonibet discover that this 2 accounts are connected ( used by same person to evade the winning limit)



Can't speak for anonibet specifically, but sportsbooks have limits for a reason.  If you try to bypass them and anonibet finds out, don't expect positive results.
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February 15, 2013, 03:14:55 PM
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has anybody more than one account at anonibet?

i have  200 BTC winning limit , but sometimes i want to more

is it possible anonibet (will) close multiple accounts?   if you open more account it is only to evade the winning limit,
so i think if anonibet notice it, anonibet will do steps again this , or not?  what do you think?

another question ,  if i login in within another ip range , and send bitcoin from my wallet  (my client is: Qt, bitcoin version v0.7.0-beta)
what can anonibet see ?  
can anonibet see that the money i sent is coming from the same wallet  that i used to send bitcoins to my another account too
so can anonibet discover that this 2 accounts are connected ( used by same person to evade the winning limit)



Can't speak for anonibet specifically, but sportsbooks have limits for a reason.  If you try to bypass them and anonibet finds out, don't expect positive results.

Isn't the wining limit 1000 btc for single bets and 5000 annually?
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February 15, 2013, 08:03:55 PM
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has anybody more than one account at anonibet?

i have  200 BTC winning limit , but sometimes i want to more

is it possible anonibet (will) close multiple accounts?   if you open more account it is only to evade the winning limit,
so i think if anonibet notice it, anonibet will do steps again this , or not?  what do you think?

another question ,  if i login in within another ip range , and send bitcoin from my wallet  (my client is: Qt, bitcoin version v0.7.0-beta)
what can anonibet see ?  
can anonibet see that the money i sent is coming from the same wallet  that i used to send bitcoins to my another account too
so can anonibet discover that this 2 accounts are connected ( used by same person to evade the winning limit)



Can't speak for anonibet specifically, but sportsbooks have limits for a reason.  If you try to bypass them and anonibet finds out, don't expect positive results.

Isn't the wining limit 1000 btc for single bets and 5000 annually?


No the limits 200 BTC even according to their rules and regs page.

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February 17, 2013, 10:54:27 PM
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Again.

No grading in last 2 days
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February 18, 2013, 01:23:40 AM
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Again.

No grading in last 2 days

A lot of users complaining about slow or no payouts...

At www.bit365.eu we typically pay out winning bets a few minutes after the game ends.  Grin

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February 18, 2013, 10:08:25 AM
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lol,  ok when your winning limit will be 200 BTC like anonibet or at least 50 BTC, i will check your site
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February 18, 2013, 04:33:39 PM
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has anybody more than one account at anonibet?

i have  200 BTC winning limit , but sometimes i want to more

is it possible anonibet (will) close multiple accounts?   if you open more account it is only to evade the winning limit,
so i think if anonibet notice it, anonibet will do steps again this , or not?  what do you think?

another question ,  if i login in within another ip range , and send bitcoin from my wallet  (my client is: Qt, bitcoin version v0.7.0-beta)
what can anonibet see ?  
can anonibet see that the money i sent is coming from the same wallet  that i used to send bitcoins to my another account too
so can anonibet discover that this 2 accounts are connected ( used by same person to evade the winning limit)



Can't speak for anonibet specifically, but sportsbooks have limits for a reason.  If you try to bypass them and anonibet finds out, don't expect positive results.

Isn't the wining limit 1000 btc for single bets and 5000 annually?


No the limits 200 BTC even according to their rules and regs page.


i was just on their page, it said 5000....... and you can contuine to bet, you just cant withdrawl more than 5000 per 52 weeks

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February 18, 2013, 11:34:45 PM
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I was having lots of time out issues but sorted em out by using a colombian proxy. site loads slower ofcourse but it times out less. Very good site.

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