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May 02, 2014, 05:56:17 AM
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Does anyone know or ever heard about some Bookmakers that accepts SUMO Wrestling wagers?

Couldn't find any nowadays, but I think it would be an interesting (bitcoin powered) gambling option...

BTW it's even hard to find traditional bookers with SUMO added as an alternative sport to bet.

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May 02, 2014, 05:59:25 AM
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I would love to know what kind of inside info you have on that for bets  Grin

Have you tried 5dimes? They have some obscure stuff
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May 02, 2014, 06:04:13 AM
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Unfortunately (or should I say fortunately?), I'm not an insider.

5dimes: no bitcoins available...  Undecided

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May 02, 2014, 06:40:23 AM
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How much are you looking to wager? Per bet? How often? Desired minimum / maximum limits?

If you can find a reputable book, cash, bitcoin, or whatever that has odds for sumo wrestling or any odd sport, I can accept your bets but the juice will be higher of course unless already really high. Like if the odds were -110 / -110 on the book you find sumo wrestling, best I could do would be -116/-116. If its -120/-120 on the book you find, I could do -120/-120 too.

If you would be wagering daily or multiple times a week, we could set up an escrow to hold 5 or 10x the maximum amount you plan on betting and settle weekly or whatever.

The above^^^ goes for anyone  Smiley I like the occasional gamble on crazy sports like Aussie Rules for example, so if you got a crazy sport let me know and I'll see what I can do.

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May 02, 2014, 12:40:10 PM
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sumo wrestling does sound like something fun to bet on and watch.
Im pretty sure many of the sports sites would host that bet happily, where do you watch the matches ? got a link to a stream ?

Been a fan of sumo wrestling ever since watching blood sport (hehe i know, not accurate at all etc etc).

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I would play with people that bets on actual wrestling Roll Eyes

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May 03, 2014, 08:21:46 AM
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How much are you looking to wager? Per bet? How often? Desired minimum / maximum limits?

If you can find a reputable book, cash, bitcoin, or whatever that has odds for sumo wrestling or any odd sport, I can accept your bets but the juice will be higher of course unless already really high. Like if the odds were -110 / -110 on the book you find sumo wrestling, best I could do would be -116/-116. If its -120/-120 on the book you find, I could do -120/-120 too.

If you would be wagering daily or multiple times a week, we could set up an escrow to hold 5 or 10x the maximum amount you plan on betting and settle weekly or whatever.

The above^^^ goes for anyone  Smiley I like the occasional gamble on crazy sports like Aussie Rules for example, so if you got a crazy sport let me know and I'll see what I can do.
That's an interesting offer, as long as escrow is used for each and every bet.

sumo wrestling does sound like something fun to bet on and watch.
Im pretty sure many of the sports sites would host that bet happily, where do you watch the matches ? got a link to a stream ?

Been a fan of sumo wrestling ever since watching blood sport (hehe i know, not accurate at all etc etc).
There used to be free streaming before.

But now we have only some "pay-per-view" as you can notice here:

www.sumo.or.jp/en/kyokai/information?id=26

http://www.ustream.tv/Sumo-Daily

P.s.: do not expect HD quality though...  Undecided

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