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June 04, 2012, 04:30:18 PM
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Hi,

Add "that" to your lists... It's impressive!

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June 12, 2012, 07:56:51 AM
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So Id like to add this to my list but Im not sure exactly how it works and what assurances there are for players etc etc.
The page unfortunately does not offer much info without signing up.

I see mentions of sports teams and an auto martingale system, could we get some more details please ?

Do players cash in via BTC then bet in USD ?

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June 13, 2012, 12:10:12 AM
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Interesting, so its more of a betting guide ? Than betting service ?

Sorry if I'm being dense - sports betting isn't my thing (except of course horse races))

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June 13, 2012, 05:22:29 AM
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Great stuff, definitely sounds interesting.

Does it cost to be a member ? Im trying to work out how they turn a profit Wink

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June 15, 2012, 04:31:48 AM
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Wow, that total line was spot on. I bet over 195.5, lucky me.
I'm also surprised that they predicted the Heat's victory tonight. Very impressive.
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June 17, 2012, 12:50:10 AM
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Gee I wonder if we'll win the Total Line today. we need over 8 points, so that means 9, correct? Total line has been losing lately. hope it doesn't lose again.
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June 18, 2012, 02:50:20 AM
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Killer Heat game. That turnover at the end by the Thunder saved the spread!
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June 18, 2012, 02:59:43 AM
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Killer Heat game. That turnover at the end by the Thunder saved the spread!

yep I won both today. my account is back at where it started. learned a lot.. feeling good. the casino cannot beat us if we keep up this record.
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June 19, 2012, 12:08:30 AM
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good call on the total line - looks like we already won and it's only the 3rd inning. feels good.

that's the only one I played today.. cost was too high for me on the Run Line so it made no sense to bet. I wish I bet more on the Total Line but my cost was -120 which is more than I like (-115 max).

anyway..  Wink
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June 19, 2012, 12:43:05 AM
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Yeah.. I do both as always.. Smiley

looks like i might win the run line as well.. only $5.. the cost of the bet isnt much..

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June 19, 2012, 01:26:53 AM
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Yeah.. I do both as always.. Smiley

looks like i might win the run line as well.. only $5.. the cost of the bet isnt much..

I bet $7..
by the way.. I think the perfect setting is high roller 2 series. you make the most money that way and you can bet a lot comfortably. have a look at it.

plug $250 for example.. you'd win 30 games on the total line and lose 6 I believe. Each loss = $500. that's very profitable considering 30 wins at $250.
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June 19, 2012, 01:31:01 AM
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I bet $7..
by the way.. I think the perfect setting is high roller 2 series. you make the most money that way and you can bet a lot comfortably. have a look at it.

plug $250 for example.. you'd win 30 games on the total line and lose 6 I believe. that's very profitable.

Wow... I didnt think about that combo... good find... A long loosing streak would be awesome with that setting..

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June 19, 2012, 01:56:29 AM
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I bet $7..
by the way.. I think the perfect setting is high roller 2 series. you make the most money that way and you can bet a lot comfortably. have a look at it.

plug $250 for example.. you'd win 30 games on the total line and lose 6 I believe. that's very profitable.

Wow... I didnt think about that combo... good find... A long loosing streak would be awesome with that setting..

Ya man. I'm going to try it out with $30 per game starting tomorrow ($60 if I lose) and not covering the 10% cost, but only I bet on games where there's only 10-20% cost max (Total Line has never gone over 20% I believe), so that way I lose maximum of $90 on a lost series, but 10 wins I'll get minimum $22 per game = $220 minimum! I'll need probably $200 in my account to be safe.

edit: oops did the math wrong. the ratio I used was 10 wins for every 1 loss. Should have been 5 wins per loss.. so actually $110 is the minimum I make per $90 lost according to historical 5lines win/loss ratio. In actuality it may be more like $130 won per $90 lost as I was using 20% cost basis which is generally not the case. With that said I may need $300-$400 to really be safe.

gah I think my math is all messed up. the minimum is actually $44 right?? each "win" is based on a won series.
ok.. finally.. here's the CORRECT math.. $44 x 5 series won = $220 minus 1 series lost ($90) = $130 WON
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June 19, 2012, 05:24:55 AM
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Man I'm running into issues with these online betters. First they won't let me deposit more money due to some silly processing issues they're having, and I'm finding out it's even more challenging to withdraw! So I wanted to sign up to pinnaclesports.com because they have the best reviews, but they don't except clients from the United States (they'll accept clients from any other country!). I'm not satisfied with Sportsbook.ag because of all the shadiness surrounding them, and fees everywhere. Don't know what to do at this point.. anyone have advice?
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June 19, 2012, 05:33:43 AM
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btcsportsmatch and btcsportsbet.com are alright for bitcoin betting. I mean, this IS the bitcoin forum Tongue
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June 19, 2012, 06:27:05 AM
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btcsportsmatch and btcsportsbet.com are alright for bitcoin betting. I mean, this IS the bitcoin forum Tongue

actually that works great. thanks.
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June 19, 2012, 07:32:09 AM
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btcsportsmatch and btcsportsbet.com are alright for bitcoin betting. I mean, this IS the bitcoin forum Tongue

you said they're "alright".. just wondering if there's any downsides I should watch out for. From what I saw it does the job perfect.

the only difficult part now is getting Bitcoins... seems to be more trouble than it's worth.
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June 19, 2012, 07:48:07 AM
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The thing I don't like about those sites is the lack of wagers (no 1st half or alternate totals/spreads), and for a week or so the site was so slow I would constantly double bet; however, the latter problem has been fixed.
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June 19, 2012, 08:48:31 AM
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The thing I don't like about those sites is the lack of wagers (no 1st half or alternate totals/spreads), and for a week or so the site was so slow I would constantly double bet; however, the latter problem has been fixed.

I love Sportsbook.ag but I'm not sure if they're the right platform to win on. Nor do I really feel too safe playing on an essentially anonymous casino which is what btcsportsbet.com is unfortunately. So either way I'm looking for a better alternative. The legal limits of this so called free country are really getting irritating. They have a road block set up on everything. I feel like I was born into a baby crib being brainwashed into believing I'm free in this country. Well if this is a free country why is sports betting illegal? Otherwise I would go to a local casino, but it's not legal in my state and I don't recall voting for that law at any point in my existence. This country is STUPID. Where's the change Obama promised?
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June 19, 2012, 01:33:33 PM
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Or if you're on the Dowlla hate train (personally i just suspended my account), head to CampBX (referral link because it gives you 10% off commissions) and fund your account with a check or USPS money order.

Currently there is over 500 BTC offered at least $.10 under market.
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June 19, 2012, 03:58:48 PM
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btcsportsmatch and btcsportsbet.com are alright for bitcoin betting. I mean, this IS the bitcoin forum Tongue

I've looked at a few, and their lines where very unreasonable... But dude, I haven't looked at BTCSportsBet.com, that one looks sweet, and very reasonable, and close to mainstream vegas lines....

I'd start doing that if I didn't have a local casino.

EDIT: Alltho, They might go under if we keep winning like we are... I'm watching another forum, where there's a guy that's using 5Lines, using $70 and the high roller for only a week, and he's made over 1,000... IN a freak'n WEEK... That might hurt some of these smaller BTC places...

Indeed, btcsportsbet.com looks good.. so good that I spent all night earning bitcoins on sealswithclubs.eu, in order to fund my account. LMAO
I earned 400 chips which = .40 bitcoins. not bad eh? considering that was off winning one 50 chip freeroll and taking that to 400 chips on other tables.

I'm on there again to earn more BTC's. Unfortunately deposits don't seem to instantaneously fund to btcsportsbet so I'll play some poker to keep my mind at ease.

edit: well now it seems to be credited so everything is looking good with btcsportsbet.com so far.
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June 19, 2012, 09:10:35 PM
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Too bad the lines haven't come out yet. Leaving for work, I placed a $200 bet on OKC +3.5 and 15 BTC on a prop bet at btcsportsmatch (Durant +30 pts).
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June 20, 2012, 04:21:03 AM
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I might, considering I lost Tongue
Do you bet with 5lines, or can you use the book of your choice?
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June 20, 2012, 04:53:09 AM
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Oh, sounds great.
I don't usually bet Baseball, so if I do buy the subscription, it'll be in September.

Thanks for the info.
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June 20, 2012, 04:55:53 AM
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Let me know how their payouts are... I'd love to have a online betting casino when I have to visit the inlaws... haha

Only thing I don't like about BTCSportsBet.com is the minimum bet, 1 BTC. also due to that fact I haven't been able to bet there yet.
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June 20, 2012, 05:55:54 AM
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Oh, sounds great.
I don't usually bet Baseball, so if I do buy the subscription, it'll be in September.

Thanks for the info.

Yeah, They where doing NBA for the first month, then MLB took over.... You'll make back today's loss bud..

Only thing I don't like about BTCSportsBet.com is the minimum bet, 1 BTC. also due to that fact I haven't been able to bet there yet.

Have you tried to contact them to lower your min-bet? In the past, i've seen Books lower it to "try out".

Wasn't sure if it was worth trying. I did after your suggestion, requesting that they lower the minimum to .10 I'll let everyone know what the answer is if they answer. Would be really nice if they would do it.
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June 21, 2012, 12:28:58 AM
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hooray for the 5lines total line.. my system with them is winning today. odds of losing a series 1 in 5.
yesterday bet $6 and lost. today bet $12 and will win $12 + $9.60. Tomorrow betting $7. just letting you know Einewton, I like my setup.
how's everyone else doing..?

as for BTCSportsBet.com, they are hesitant to lower the minimum bet but they did lower it to .50 for me... If you got bitcoins I say go for it.
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June 21, 2012, 02:19:55 AM
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I was looking at stats today.. 90% of the sports bettors loose money.. Ridgemont4, welcome to the winning 10%!

Thanks. I did read that the other day but the source was not very credible. It was another site like 5lines (was wondering if there was anything else like it out there). However I would agree that most lose.. I believe 5Lines.net is providing the successes and I really hope they continue to put in the effortSmiley
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June 22, 2012, 04:21:24 AM
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I won my bet tonight (OVER 192.5). The total line got obliterated.
If you're still doing this once September rolls around, I'll join the action again, but until then, I won't be betting.
Good luck for the rest of the summer!
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June 23, 2012, 02:14:42 AM
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btcsportsmatch and btcsportsbet.com are alright for bitcoin betting. I mean, this IS the bitcoin forum Tongue

you said they're "alright".. just wondering if there's any downsides I should watch out for. From what I saw it does the job perfect.

the only difficult part now is getting Bitcoins... seems to be more trouble than it's worth.
Not to hijack the thread, but depositing cash at a bank/CVS/7-11/Wal-Mart is the way to go. See BitInstant.com
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June 23, 2012, 02:45:09 AM
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btcsportsmatch and btcsportsbet.com are alright for bitcoin betting. I mean, this IS the bitcoin forum Tongue

you said they're "alright".. just wondering if there's any downsides I should watch out for. From what I saw it does the job perfect.

the only difficult part now is getting Bitcoins... seems to be more trouble than it's worth.
Not to hijack the thread, but depositing cash at a bank/CVS/7-11/Wal-Mart is the way to go. See BitInstant.com

Thanks. actually I found someone who was willing to sell me 5BTC via Paypal so I have enough now. Won .64BTC today at btcsportsbet.com on the Total Line.

and I'm up $25 overall on my Sportsbook.ag account with only $50 initially deposited 10 days ago. today alone I won $18 even using my betting method with 5Lines... yesterday lost $9 so today I bet $17 something to win exactly $18.
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June 23, 2012, 02:54:59 AM
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Can I ask how you funded sportsbook.ag?
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June 23, 2012, 03:46:12 AM
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Can I ask how you funded sportsbook.ag?

Visa debit card

you can read all their policies here: http://server.lon.liveperson.net/hc/s-66702201/cmd/kbresource/kb-6236271607640264129/front_page!PAGETYPE?sq=view&VisitorProfile=sportsbook.com

I'm not saying they're good yet but I like my experience so far. That might change when I want to withdraw.
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June 23, 2012, 03:57:04 AM
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Yeah, looks like it may be difficult to withdraw. Let me know how it goes.
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June 24, 2012, 08:16:02 AM
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If anyone decides to sign up for Sportsbook.ag, please let me know. If I "refer" you I can get a bonus up of $250 if you deposit $1000. All you need to do is give me your name and email address.. PM me if interested. I can throw you some Bitcoins  Smiley
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July 06, 2012, 01:47:36 AM
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5Lines.net website down!??! Anyway, total line has been doing great for me lately. RAKING IT IN real good.. I'm very impressed. I'm one win away from breaking even, and that's saying a lot considering the betting method I came up with to work with the low bankroll number I initially started off with; $50 +$5 bonus and my account is about to show $105. Could have been much higher, sooner, but I'm very satisfied none the less.
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The website seems to be up for me... I got an email from them this morning about the runline's low juice.... I find it interesting.

Ya man! Even with the small los'n streak, I am prepared for 6, and 4 wasn't bad at all... I'm making a ton of money.

How is your method working for you? I'm still trying to digest your method... heh.

Well my method is doing great because I'm not working with big bankroll to chase with. For example, so far, I've turned $50 to $123 since I started. That was because I was able to bet more each day. if I were doing a 6 chase, I would be forced to bet small (or bet to break even) to work with my low bankroll. Right now I'm betting $10 at least on the Total Line which is the only thing I'm playing right now. See I *can* afford to lose 6 days, if it's NOT a chase.. my way, it will only cost me $90. If I were on a 6 chase I would be betting much lower. Then again, there's always compromises in everything, because if I lose 2 days then that will cost me $30. So when I came up with this method, it was based on the 5Lines record showing a 4 day losing streak rarely happens, so I am better off just chasing two days and betting higher!  Cool Now my only concern is the bookie going bankrupt..
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July 16, 2012, 06:19:49 AM
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I'm not getting the activation emails (I am trying to sign up). A mail server error appears at the bottom of the screen. Can anyone contact their support?
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I'm not getting the activation emails (I am trying to sign up). A mail server error appears at the bottom of the screen. Can anyone contact their support?

Their support address is Me@5Lines.net is that what you tried?
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^ I did now. I didn't know where to get that address from.
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