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HoLeInOnEr05
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread

Mine is $500


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Alec Box
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HoLeInOnEr05
North Carolina Fan
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
I'm full of shite too.

$20 a unitsky ... max is usually 3 units.


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Chef Leppard
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
Is that the troof?

if so..

Was hoping to have my acct to where I was rolling like that by the end of CFB season. A few errors in judgement have hurt the cause tho


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touchdown moses
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Nov 2009
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
St. Bonaventure -3½ -107*
Santa Clara +11½ -103
Cal Riverside +9 -105
Texas Tech -13½ -108
Florida -6½ -104

lets get it


bamafan425
Colorado State Fan
Denver via Chattanooga
Member since Jan 2009
24818 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
I like having less games in a night. Feels less overwhelming.



BeaumontBengal
LSU Fan
Beaumont, Texas
Member since Feb 2005
1974 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
I see a couple people on the Bonnies. Are they any good this year? I'm leaning towards Florida -6. Won a unit on Duke last night so thinking putting 0.5 unit on the Bonnies and Florida.


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OnTheBrink
Alabama Fan
TN
Member since Mar 2012
4669 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
Since my last stupid question might not have been so stupid, let me try again.

I thought sports gambling was illegal outside of certain states. Is sports gambling similar to online poker? Are there any ramifications if you get caught?

5 Dimes seems to be the pick of the board. How do payouts work with them? Is there a minimum on what it takes to open an account?

Thinking about throwing a couple hundred in since I have learned you can bet with as little as $1.25. Just trying to get some info.


touchdown moses
New Orleans Saints Fan
eunice, LA
Member since Nov 2009
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
quote:

I like having less games in a night. Feels less overwhelming.

yep me too usually but i haven't been watching the games or checking them until the morning
black ops II problems


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memphstigers23
Ole Miss Fan
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Member since Mar 2012
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
What made you take st bonaventure over Cornell? I'm really torn here but was leaning Cornell


Bryant91092
Alabama Fan
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
I'm pretty sure it's legal because the sites are located on offshore islands or something like that


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Bryant91092
Alabama Fan
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re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
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What made you take st bonaventure over Cornell?


I was wondering that as well


touchdown moses
New Orleans Saints Fan
eunice, LA
Member since Nov 2009
5673 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
spread moved in bonaventure's favor
it was -2 this morning and went all the way up to -4.5
i think they win by 8
This post was edited on 11/14 at 3:20 pm


Boomdat
Oklahoma Fan
Member since Sep 2012
337 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
I just play $100 on straight bets for full games. If they are half bets or parlays normally $20-$25. No changing units for me. Just $100 across the board. I found that when I changed units I would win the small plays and lose the big plays.


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touchdown moses
New Orleans Saints Fan
eunice, LA
Member since Nov 2009
5673 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
quote:

Since my last stupid question might not have been so stupid, let me try again.

I thought sports gambling was illegal outside of certain states. Is sports gambling similar to online poker? Are there any ramifications if you get caught?

5 Dimes seems to be the pick of the board. How do payouts work with them? Is there a minimum on what it takes to open an account?

Thinking about throwing a couple hundred in since I have learned you can bet with as little as $1.25. Just trying to get some info.



i've been with 5dimes for at least 3 seasons now and have cashed out every season. i would say i've cashed out about 6-7 times total and the only problem i ever had was the first one when i tried to do a bank draft.. never ever do that because the funds get sent to a 3rd party to distribute to the banks and this time the 3rd party ran off with the money.. so many ppl were waiting on money for months
but 5dimes funded the account back once they realized that they were had.
but ever since then i have done money gram withdrawls and its so easy its awesome.
once a month you get a free withdrawl but after that its 20 bucks. but cash in hand and no trail makes me


imAMAZING
Member since Sep 2008
4041 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
A unit for me is 30 dollars, I flat bet though. I also bet 8-9 games a night. I am not sure it's better to bet a high volume with low units or bet a low volume with more units on the games you really like.


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OnTheBrink
Alabama Fan
TN
Member since Mar 2012
4669 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
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touchdown moses




How do you all fund the account? I went and did a little research and it looked like a pain in the ass.


imAMAZING
Member since Sep 2008
4041 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
I used Visa to fund my 5dimes account. It's really easy to cash out over there, but I use an local book now.


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memphstigers23
Ole Miss Fan
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Member since Mar 2012
10278 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
It's not really I think it's quite easy, I use visa deposit and use either my Visa card or a pre paid visa


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blzr
UConn Fan
Bham
Member since Mar 2011
19136 posts

re: NCAAB 11/14 Betting Thread
UAB +16
Florida -5 1/2

Bought St Louis down to -10 vs Santa Clara

Fingers crossed


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