Best website for betting

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Found 17th Mar 2011
mainly betting on football and cricket.

What site do you use?
any small print one should be aware of while setting up an account?

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I have used most but William Hill are the best for me, accept Paypal too

Original Poster

I intend on using Scully's Moneyball theory!

change eqs around from bb to fb.

ill let you knw hw i get on

Milk them all for the free bets/quidco and then settle which is your personal favourite and at least break even in most cases

Stick to Hills myself after did all mine as found it the easiest for me

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Hills were great until they banned me...



You win too much?

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indeed
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Gambling is a form of adults entertainment vast majority bet what they can afford to lose on the off chance one day the gambling gods may shine upon you
Edited by: "Marty1981" 17th Mar 2011

Hills unfortunately tend to have much worse prices on most markets than the online only Bookies. Paddy power do lots of money back bets which give the punter a better chance. I use Bet365 though as it pays out very quickly. Usually in your bank account within 48 hours.

Betfair. Every other betting site is trailing behind by a distance.

Banned

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Hills have some amazing markets if you know where to look. ;)Betfair's … Hills have some amazing markets if you know where to look. ;)Betfair's odds really aren't all that good once you've factored in commission and the premium charge. I only use them for laying horses.




Someone just starting out is hardly likely to be paying the premium charge

Betfair

I always use Ladbrokes, never had a problem
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