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June 02, 2012, 02:45:32 PM
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Hey Guys,

My co-worker was telling me about 5Lines.net and how it's made "so much money" from it. So I registered, and after you register, it has a "BitCoin" on there... So, that means there people using bitcoin on this site..

I'm wondering who's signed up and what experience have you gotten from this site?


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June 02, 2012, 03:00:30 PM
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LOOKS LIKE A SCAM

PLEASE HAVE INTERCOURSE WITH YOURSELF
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June 02, 2012, 04:57:41 PM
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hmm... if their algorithm is so great, why sell it?

Einewton can you post some of their predictions for today so we can see how they do? Winning the past 5 games sounds good. but what if you're being paid to promote it and you're just lying?

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June 03, 2012, 03:57:23 PM
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hmm... if their algorithm is so great, why sell it?

Einewton can you post some of their predictions for today so we can see how they do? Winning the past 5 games sounds good. but what if you're being paid to promote it and you're just lying?

Good point Faisal7... Let's get those picks every day  Wink


LOOKS LIKE A SCAM

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terrytibbs, go away troll..
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June 03, 2012, 08:41:14 PM
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There's no loosing here. We provide tools and have a simple and friendly interface to keep you here for a long time, and keep you winning.

Looks legit.
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June 09, 2012, 02:54:47 PM
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Cool.... Thank you.

So, what does it mean by normal series in your post?
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June 09, 2012, 09:31:29 PM
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Wow! I just made £50 with your posted total. That was easy win! On the second inning. We WON!!!!!
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June 11, 2012, 02:15:02 AM
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Two wins!!!!! using high roller, we won 3 units!!!

doing $20 unit's, just made $60 on easy street!!

Thanks for posting these!!!!

I'm going to sign up today because I just made enough on today's win to pay for the annual subscription.
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June 11, 2012, 03:17:46 PM
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bloody newbie rules...


THANK YOU!

Time to bankrupt those casinos!!
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June 12, 2012, 09:23:02 AM
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I need a quick run down on how to use this. I'm not a sports fan unfortunately and have never actually gambled on sports a result. Offering some BTC's if Einewton or RageCores can help me!
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June 13, 2012, 05:44:04 AM
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Well this looked like too much fun to pass up. I decided to purchased a subscription.

I'll wait till 5Lines activates my account till I can begin investigating how this works..

Also opened an account on sportsbook.com after searching for a while. They looked the most decent and trustworthy and easiest to start with. Deposited $50 there with $5 bonus... so that's setup.

Can anyone give me any advice at this point? Like what games am I going to be betting on? what do I need to be careful of? etc. I want to avoid newb mistakes if possible.
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June 13, 2012, 10:34:30 PM
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Hey why don't we talk about something I think is very important now that I've bought a subscription: SERIES LENGTH.

If my unit is set at $5 I need a minimum recommended bankroll of 157.97 according to the site. If I adjust my series length I see that my recommended bankroll changes based on that. Question is what are the overall odds of winning a series length of 5 which is what seems to be default? If I lose 5 games then I lose 157.97? but if I win each game I make only $25 ($5 x 5 days) on the normal series! this assumes I bet $5.00 only! that's without taking into considering that some games you need to bet MORE than your $5 unit to double. like today on the run line, I needed to bet $7.00 to make $5.00.

Reminds me of Blackjack, where in theory, odds are always in favor of the house because no one has a bankroll large enough to beat the house, and even if they did, there is a limit in Blackjack so you cannot win your money back!
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June 13, 2012, 11:19:18 PM
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Question is what are the overall odds of winning a series length of 5 which is what seems to be default? If I lose 5 games then I lose 157.97? but if I win each game I make only $25 ($5 x 5 days) on the normal series! this assumes I bet $5.00 only! that's without taking into considering that some games you need to bet MORE than your $5 unit to double. like today on the run line, I needed to bet $7.00 to make $5.00.

That is correct... So, Let's say you are a flat better. According to their record for flat betting, that means that you don't double or triple up, you just flat bet $100 (To Win) per day...


"Won: 42 Lost: 28"  <-- 5Lines.NET Record.


This means that you will have a total of 14 games that you won.. That's $1,400 and no doubling up, but then you take into account the cost of the bet. Most of them are -110 wich is 10% if your bet size, and others are a little more, so, really, you might make about $900 or $1,000 after that cost.

I plugged in $100 on the unit size and 5Lines is telling me my next Flat Series amount is calculated to be: 200 ?
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June 14, 2012, 12:09:42 AM
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I shot them an email, ill see what they come back with... That doesnt sound right to me at all.

Ok cool. and especially since it shows 200 on both lines, even when yesterdays Total Line won.
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June 14, 2012, 12:24:29 AM
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ha-ha, it is man, SportsBook.com is awesome. They've got really fair lines.

Hey why don't we talk about something I think is very important now that I've bought a subscription: SERIES LENGTH.


Can we ban both of these guys, since they are obviously both affiliated with the site and likely the same person?
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June 14, 2012, 12:31:27 AM
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Wow, the Newbie finds the honey pot. I think they should give you a prize! haha

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Good Afternoon,

We've identified the problem with the flat line. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Issue resolved. You will see the correct calculation now.

We will be preforming quality control after the game to ensure that the lines continue to calculate the correct amount.

Your comment about the documentation on our website is on top of our list. We realize that the site is lacking the much requested and needed documentation.

lol, I bitched about how its confusing to poke it, haha.

hey it's all good, because I think I found profitability and something that simultaneously boggles my mind-

so I've been doing more poking around, observing. and I noticed something that sticks out to me.. the Total Line record has been vastly more profitable. for one, the cost is lower / some don't cost anything, and the record is better. 22 games won 14 lost, versus the Run Line 20 games won 14 lost. so just why would anyone bet on the Run Line? it's significantly less profitably mainly because the cost. playing $100 on the Total Line looks like it would give you those $900+ profit numbers.
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June 14, 2012, 12:59:33 AM
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hey it's all good, because I think I found profitability and something that simultaneously boggles my mind-

so I've been doing more poking around, observing. and I noticed something that sticks out to me.. the Total Line record has been vastly more profitable. for one, the cost is lower / some don't cost anything, and the record is better. 22 games won 14 lost, versus the Run Line 20 games won 14 lost. so just why would anyone bet on the Run Line? it's significantly less profitably mainly because the cost. playing $100 on the Total Line looks like it would give you those $900+ profit numbers.

Yeah.. I noticed that as well.. And it seems to continue to be that way, Im not sure if it will get better or not, so i keep at it.

I've always had the best luck sticking to it... Plus there is more action.. haha.. It may be a good idea to only do the total line as it has proven to be more profitable.

 Cool

If I don't get banned I'll let you know how I do in the coming days.

Thanks for helping.
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June 14, 2012, 03:43:31 AM
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Awesome win today on the run line!

*high five*

Yeah!! It felt good to have my first win. Although I only won $3.57, that almost covers the cost for 2 Powerball lottery tickets! which is kinda nice. Lol. see what I did there?  Cheesy Didn't want to pass up a chance to win 157 million after tax. Imagine the bankroll I'd be working with then? or the chance to invest millions into Bitcoin and make governments angry. Was worth the $4 chance. Sorry I completely changed the topic. I'm excited about this win.
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June 14, 2012, 05:25:17 AM
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Oh well we lost the other game. Just thought I'd also mention that I will be betting $8 next game, going on Total Line only henceforth to see how that pans out for perhaps a week.
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June 15, 2012, 04:06:54 AM
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2 wins today. I decided to bet on both as run line cost was only 10%

congrats if you played
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