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January 19, 2014, 09:01:06 PM
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Well, I can answer your question here. Please ask.

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January 22, 2014, 12:43:35 PM
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Hello Anonibet and all users!
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January 22, 2014, 01:08:58 PM
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today first time check your site its good looking and surely I use this on this week end just want to ask is there option we can select 2 bets from 1 match for parlay and all matches live bets available or just selected

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January 23, 2014, 11:09:25 AM
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Hi Wagas,

You can not combine 2 bets for the same match. You can see our which events will be offered for live betting on the left hand side "coming soon" menu.

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January 27, 2014, 04:57:34 AM
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i'm sure the answer is buried deep in this thread, but whats your max bet on NBA games?  or any sport really...?
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January 27, 2014, 06:49:05 AM
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Hi,

This question is to all players who bet here. Do they payout and how long did it take you to receive your withdraw(s)? I know I read this book had financial issues awhile back. Looking to do arbitrage if possible.

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January 27, 2014, 06:56:36 AM
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Hi,

This question is to all players who bet here. Do they payout and how long did it take you to receive your withdraw(s)? I know I read this book had financial issues awhile back. Looking to do arbitrage if possible.

They pay and agree to arbitration with us if any need arise. This is a very legitimate operation

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January 27, 2014, 10:12:04 AM
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i'm sure the answer is buried deep in this thread, but whats your max bet on NBA games?  or any sport really...?

Hi, there is no specific betting limits. It depends of the match and the bet odds. Our limits are above industry average.

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January 27, 2014, 10:17:41 AM
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Hi,

This question is to all players who bet here. Do they payout and how long did it take you to receive your withdraw(s)? I know I read this book had financial issues awhile back. Looking to do arbitrage if possible.

They pay and agree to arbitration with us if any need arise. This is a very legitimate operation


Hi, I do not where you have read we had financial issues, but I can assure you this is untrue. Anonibet was launched in 2011, since then we have served over 6.000 customers. None of them had a single complain of not beeing paid. We had some delays, because of technical problem in the past, this is true. This can happen to any company. This thread is open to anyone, and if someone would not have been paid, you would find thousand messages here.

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January 27, 2014, 12:59:30 PM
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i'm sure the answer is buried deep in this thread, but whats your max bet on NBA games?  or any sport really...?

Hi, there is no specific betting limits. It depends of the match and the bet odds. Our limits are above industry average.

Regards,
Michael

decided to try this site out this morning and of course limits are insanely low.  went for an NBA parlay and it was capped at 3073 chips (slightly over 3 BTC). of course not 5 posts ago i got the above response.  really, 3 BTC is ABOVE industry standards???

lol.  onto the next Bitcoin sportsbook to test out the waters...

dont bother responding with some lame excuse anonibet.  you've already lost my action.  3 BTC, lol.
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January 27, 2014, 01:25:24 PM
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i'm sure the answer is buried deep in this thread, but whats your max bet on NBA games?  or any sport really...?

Hi, there is no specific betting limits. It depends of the match and the bet odds. Our limits are above industry average.

Regards,
Michael

decided to try this site out this morning and of course limits are insanely low.  went for an NBA parlay and it was capped at 3073 chips (slightly over 3 BTC). of course not 5 posts ago i got the above response.  really, 3 BTC is ABOVE industry standards???

lol.  onto the next Bitcoin sportsbook to test out the waters...

dont bother responding with some lame excuse anonibet.  you've already lost my action.  3 BTC, lol.

I'm one of anoni customer.
Michael is it possible to double up your wager limits for all kind of sports? (Esp basketball and volleyball)
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January 27, 2014, 09:22:41 PM
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i'm sure the answer is buried deep in this thread, but whats your max bet on NBA games?  or any sport really...?

Hi, there is no specific betting limits. It depends of the match and the bet odds. Our limits are above industry average.

Regards,
Michael

decided to try this site out this morning and of course limits are insanely low.  went for an NBA parlay and it was capped at 3073 chips (slightly over 3 BTC). of course not 5 posts ago i got the above response.  really, 3 BTC is ABOVE industry standards???

lol.  onto the next Bitcoin sportsbook to test out the waters...

dont bother responding with some lame excuse anonibet.  you've already lost my action.  3 BTC, lol.


Ive personally bet way more than 3 BTC on a parlay on this site, and have been paid out

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January 27, 2014, 11:30:24 PM
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i'm sure the answer is buried deep in this thread, but whats your max bet on NBA games?  or any sport really...?

Hi, there is no specific betting limits. It depends of the match and the bet odds. Our limits are above industry average.

Regards,
Michael

decided to try this site out this morning and of course limits are insanely low.  went for an NBA parlay and it was capped at 3073 chips (slightly over 3 BTC). of course not 5 posts ago i got the above response.  really, 3 BTC is ABOVE industry standards???

lol.  onto the next Bitcoin sportsbook to test out the waters...

dont bother responding with some lame excuse anonibet.  you've already lost my action.  3 BTC, lol.


Ive personally bet way more than 3 BTC on a parlay on this site, and have been paid out



Yep, it's a great sportsbook. If bitcoinzRulez is looking for larger action he should know a simple email in advance would give him that betting opportunity.

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January 28, 2014, 06:50:03 PM
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So here's the situation:

I was contacted via anonibet through the message system here at bitcointalk that they offer larger betting for a higher stakes player like myself.  They sought me out based on some of my other posts. I deposited 15 BTC the following morning, tried to place a couple bets and their system had me locked in a low betting range, roughly 3 BTC.

Needless to say I was annoyed and moved my money onto another book (the past few days I have been trying out several to see who could accommodate my stakes).  I felt like they lied and wasted my time. One thing I did enjoy was immediate withdrawals, no delay.  I think that's a necessity when dealing with bitcoins.  no reason for it to not be near instant.  Good job anonibet!

This morning I wake up to an email from anonibet saying that they've sent me another 15 BTC by accident and would i be so kind as to return them.  I of course dont have direct access to the address they sent them to as i'm not the owner.  its another online betting facility.  I just hunted down the extra 15 BTC (as i said prior i'm shipping BTC all around and I had no idea which site that address belonged to) and I'm happy to say they're sitting there all neat and tidy.

Now my question to the bitcoin community is, what would you do if you had an extra 15 bitcoins?  I'm fairly certain most people would keep them, 15 BTC can be life changing and most people involved in bitcoins have a fraction of just ONE, so 15 is probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 50-100x the average of what most people hold.

The answer to that question will not change my mind, I already know how i'm going to handle the situation so with that in mind please answer truthfully as to what you all would do if you stumbled on $12,000 USD extra dollars in your wallet (real or online)?
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January 28, 2014, 06:52:35 PM
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So here's the situation:

I was contacted via anonibet through the message system here that they offer larger betting for a higher stakes player like myself.  They sought be out based on some of my other posts. I deposited 15 BTC the following morning, tried to place a couple bets and their system had me locked in a low betting range, roughly 3 BTC.

Needless to say I was annoyed and moved my money onto another book (the past few days I have been trying out several to see who could accommodate my stakes).  They lied and wasted my time. One thing I did enjoy was immediate withdrawals, no delay.  I think that's a necessity when dealing with bitcoins.  no reason for it to not be near instant.  Good job anonibet!

This morning I wake up to an email from anonibet saying that they've sent me another 15 BTC by accident and would i be so kind as to return them.  I of course dont have direct access to the address they sent them to as i'm not the owner.  its another online betting facility.  I just hunted down the extra 15 BTC (as i said prior i'm shipping BTC all around and I had no idea which site that address belonged to) and I'm happy to say they're sitting there are neat and tidy.

Now my question to the bitcoin community is, what would you do if you had an extra 15 bitcoins?  I'm fairly certain most people would keep them, 15 BTC can be life changing and most people involved in bitcoins have a fraction of just ONE, so 15 is probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 50-100x the average of what most people hold.

The answer to that question will not change my mind, I already know how i'm going to handle the situation so with that in mind please answer truthfully as to what you all would do if you stumbled on $12,000 USD extra dollars in your wallet (real or online)?

I'd like to say I would return them but I don't know honestly. Thinking about it, I would probably keep it. I would feel very guilty about it though if I didn't return it. Good luck with your decision.

If I did keep it though I'd donate at least 10% to charity, probably the Multiple Sclerois society to try and help find a cure that my mother has suffered severely from.

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January 28, 2014, 08:16:34 PM
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ouch they accidently sent out 15 free btc to you?

that is life changing
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January 28, 2014, 08:18:11 PM
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ouch they accidently sent out 15 free btc to you?

that is life changing

Especially for someone wanting to bet 50 btc a game  Cry

Send it back is the only legitimate thing to do.

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January 28, 2014, 08:18:57 PM
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ouch they accidently sent out 15 free btc to you?

that is life changing

Especially for someone wanting to bet 50 btc a game  Grin

Send it back is the only legitimate thing to do.


Id let u keep atleast 30% of that if u sent it back TBH *cough Cough anonibet*
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January 28, 2014, 08:34:01 PM
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So here's the situation:

I was contacted via anonibet through the message system here at bitcointalk that they offer larger betting for a higher stakes player like myself.  They sought me out based on some of my other posts. I deposited 15 BTC the following morning, tried to place a couple bets and their system had me locked in a low betting range, roughly 3 BTC.

Needless to say I was annoyed and moved my money onto another book (the past few days I have been trying out several to see who could accommodate my stakes).  I felt like they lied and wasted my time. One thing I did enjoy was immediate withdrawals, no delay.  I think that's a necessity when dealing with bitcoins.  no reason for it to not be near instant.  Good job anonibet!

This morning I wake up to an email from anonibet saying that they've sent me another 15 BTC by accident and would i be so kind as to return them.  I of course dont have direct access to the address they sent them to as i'm not the owner.  its another online betting facility.  I just hunted down the extra 15 BTC (as i said prior i'm shipping BTC all around and I had no idea which site that address belonged to) and I'm happy to say they're sitting there all neat and tidy.

Now my question to the bitcoin community is, what would you do if you had an extra 15 bitcoins?  I'm fairly certain most people would keep them, 15 BTC can be life changing and most people involved in bitcoins have a fraction of just ONE, so 15 is probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 50-100x the average of what most people hold.

The answer to that question will not change my mind, I already know how i'm going to handle the situation so with that in mind please answer truthfully as to what you all would do if you stumbled on $12,000 USD extra dollars in your wallet (real or online)?

Honestly I think you return (MOST) of it, explain to them you had to spend your time tracking this down and keep 10% (1.5BTC) and send back 13.5BTC.  And you did not appreciate the "bait and switch" tactics.

Bet it all on some major favorite, pray it wins, then send them the 15 BTC back and keep the rest.

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January 28, 2014, 08:44:26 PM
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So here's the situation:

I was contacted via anonibet through the message system here at bitcointalk that they offer larger betting for a higher stakes player like myself.  They sought me out based on some of my other posts. I deposited 15 BTC the following morning, tried to place a couple bets and their system had me locked in a low betting range, roughly 3 BTC.

Needless to say I was annoyed and moved my money onto another book (the past few days I have been trying out several to see who could accommodate my stakes).  I felt like they lied and wasted my time. One thing I did enjoy was immediate withdrawals, no delay.  I think that's a necessity when dealing with bitcoins.  no reason for it to not be near instant.  Good job anonibet!

This morning I wake up to an email from anonibet saying that they've sent me another 15 BTC by accident and would i be so kind as to return them.  I of course dont have direct access to the address they sent them to as i'm not the owner.  its another online betting facility.  I just hunted down the extra 15 BTC (as i said prior i'm shipping BTC all around and I had no idea which site that address belonged to) and I'm happy to say they're sitting there all neat and tidy.

Now my question to the bitcoin community is, what would you do if you had an extra 15 bitcoins?  I'm fairly certain most people would keep them, 15 BTC can be life changing and most people involved in bitcoins have a fraction of just ONE, so 15 is probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 50-100x the average of what most people hold.

The answer to that question will not change my mind, I already know how i'm going to handle the situation so with that in mind please answer truthfully as to what you all would do if you stumbled on $12,000 USD extra dollars in your wallet (real or online)?

Honestly I think you return (MOST) of it, explain to them you had to spend your time tracking this down and keep 10% (1.5BTC) and send back 13.5BTC.  And you did not appreciate the "bait and switch" tactics.

Bet it all on some major favorite, pray it wins, then send them the 15 BTC back and keep the rest.


Its funny you say that.  As a gambling man I think that's going to be my solution.  I said prior to the question that I already knew how I would handle it.  Odds are I will Parlay NBA tonight or one of the upcoming days and post my bet in here.  If it wins I'll send back the 15, if it loses both anonibet and myself are SOL.  gotta let it ride though.  Thats my theory.  If i just give it back they got rewarded and nothing was gained by me.  If i bet it and lose we both lose, which hurts me because at this point i consider it my money.  If i win then i got something out of it and their mistake will be repaid by the "god of odds."

my option right now is to parlay on the lakers/wizards tonight (its the only team combo i like in the nba). i'll slam the 15 to win roughly 37 and give it back if it wins.


 i had also considered putting the 2-way parlay to a vote here on this thread and taking a majority pick from people who responded.  if there was a good 3 way consensus i would 3-way parlay the play twice to use up the entire 15 BTC free play.
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