Maximum Stake size?

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Old Jan 14, 2005, 12:42pm   #1
 
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Question Maximum Stake size?

I'm looking at setting up an account for binary betting and would like to know the maximum and minimum stake you can place with various companies. Also, are there any limits on account sizes?
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 1:12pm   #2
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The ones I know about:

Binarybet.com: Min=£1, Max=£100
IgIndex: Min=£5, Max=£100

Account Size limits: You have to have enough in the account to cover the max loss of the bet, as far as I know.
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 2:58pm   #3
 
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The ones I know about:

Binarybet.com: Min=£1, Max=£100
IgIndex: Min=£5, Max=£100

Account Size limits: You have to have enough in the account to cover the max loss of the bet, as far as I know.
just trade in max clip sizes!!!! of course they will move the price!!!!!
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Old Jan 18, 2005, 2:21pm   #4
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Hi

Are they more likely to refuse large trades, do they manually process them?
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Old Jan 19, 2005, 5:55pm   #5
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Min of £1 per point with binexx.com.

They are an exchange, so no manual processing or rejecting of bets.
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Old Jan 21, 2005, 2:22pm   #6
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Min of £1 per point with binexx.com.

They are an exchange, so no manual processing or rejecting of bets.
LOL you try 100 p/p on binexx. You won't get close. The size they offer from their own MMs is very small sometimes and it's never large. I agree they are much friendlier bookies than IG.
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Old Jan 26, 2005, 10:27am   #7
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LOL you try 100 p/p on binexx. You won't get close. The size they offer from their own MMs is very small sometimes and it's never large. I agree they are much friendlier bookies than IG.
Fair point, £100 in one lump at market is a struggle. But you actually get close on bb without any rejections / hanging around to see if you are rejected? If I'm looking to do size on binexx I can normally get 40 or 50 quid done paying slightly more than the market price. Horses for courses....
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