Betting Questions

Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by EzFlyer, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. theantso

    theantso Blue Belt

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    Anyone knows how to watch the fight stats during the fights live? I often hear the commentators that they got the stats. Like strikes landed, takedowns etc. Any way to see this while live betting?
     
  2. Naught2Sixty

    Naught2Sixty Purple Belt

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    If I'm not mistaken the UFC app gives stats like that round by round.
     
  3. BBMN

    BBMN Pancakes?!

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    New to betting. Is 5dimes still a solid site?

    There's a huge T.O.S. to sign up. Skimming it I see the following;

    'Customers from North America are required to complete at least a ONE time rollover of the deposited amount in order to have a payout processed without incurring on a penalty fee. If this requirement is not fulfilled, the account will not qualify for a free redemption, credit card deposits, if any, will be refunded, and an administrative fee will be charged without exceptions.'


    I have no idea what any of this means. Nor do I see a link there to find the answer. Sounds like the fee is $40?
     
  4. JimGunn

    JimGunn Silver Belt

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    Means if you deposit $500 for example you cannot just make one or two bets or whatever that are less than that amount, win a couple hundred or whatever, then ask for a payout. You have to bet at least the whole $500 in some way or fashion through multiple bets over some period of time. Really it's not much of a limitation. If you don't intend to bet far more than you initially deposit before asking for a payout you probably can't afford to bet anyway and shouldn't bother.
     
  5. BBMN

    BBMN Pancakes?!

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    What if I just want to put $100 on DC, and if he wins take the winnings and be done with it?
     
  6. JimGunn

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    Then you are probably better off betting in Bitcoin at one of the Bitcoin specific sportsbooks like NitrogenSports where it's easy in and easy out and you can make a one time or occasional bet and get a payout almost immediately without bothering with identity documents or rollover requirements. You'll have to deal with rollover requirements as well as ID & proof of address at the major sportsbooks like 5Dimes.
     
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  7. BBMN

    BBMN Pancakes?!

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    Shit. I'm a pretty big tech nerd but have largely avoided getting into Bitcoin for whatever reason. I guess it might be time to put on the big boy pants.

    And within one minute of digging I have another question. Do I go with Bitcoin Core or Bitcoin Cash?
     
  8. edole

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    Anyone use coinbase to send bitcoin to 5dimes?

    Anything I should be made aware of?

    New to this -- thanks in advance.
     
  9. Jamah

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    I did
    You will lose a small % due to transaction fees
     
  10. Yotsuya

    Yotsuya Blue Belt

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    If I make a big deposit with 50% bonus and 15 times roll-over requirements, can the book just limit me to bits in middle of that run so that it would take me forever to meet roll-over quota?
     

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