Cashback for spread betting

bullboy8

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Has anyone used these before, first time coming across these? Are the reliable?



Thanks
 

BernaRampl

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Sports betting has its share of gambling stories, especially with Golf, as many games are played with bets on wins.


James Adducci, in serious debt with a mortgage and unpaid student loans, used his life’s savings of about $85,000, to wager a bet on Tiger Woods’ game in April 2019, during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. He ended up winning over $1.2 million.


Adducci had a hunch Woods would win the masters after watching the games leading up to the finals, and upon getting his wife’s reluctant blessing, he made his first sports bet.


“A month before is when I knew I was going to do it,” Adducci told Golf Digest. “I had been thinking a lot about this. I watched Tiger’s performance at the Tour Championship, and things seemed to be going his way. I looked at how well he did there, and some other factors you can’t put stats behind. It wasn’t about the stats for me. The fact that this was going to be his first major in front of his kids, I was convinced he would win.”


The Wisconsin daytrader told multiple publications that he used all he owned, left his hometown for Las Vegas, and even took a shared Lyft to ride to pound the Vegas pavements, looking for which casino would accept his wager.


The SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, which is operated by William Hill, finally decided to take on the wager. A move that resulted in the largest payout to a person on a futures gamble in the sportsbook’s overall U.S. history.
 

starwender

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Hello, bullboy8! I don't think that you can trust the sites you linked above. I just did quick research, and many people are talking about these sites negatively. If you want to place the bet, the best way is to go at authorized bookmaker sites like William Hill, W88, 365Bet, or Winline. Most of them have similar cashback offers to their new customers. Or you can go and search for a proper bookmaker company in Las Vegas, but I don't think this is a good idea in the Covid pandemic times.
 
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reecerispoli

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Those sites haven't been updated for years so you should stay away from them.
There’s still ways to name money with match betting there’s few videos on YouTube
 
 
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