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MYKE
03-30-2013, 12:12 PM
:bang: I can use some help on this problem. Is there an offshore that pays? I am a small player and a bookmakers dream. I have deposited for five years and not made a single withdrawal.

The gods of luck blessed me with a 2k pick four which I am trying to withdraw in the last ten days. No luck (haha).



Unfortunately, I live in a state that does not allow online betting so I can play only offshore to satisfy my addiction.

Is there a good offshore? Or a why around betting with a legitimate adw in the states.

imofe
03-30-2013, 12:51 PM
5 dimes

raybo
03-31-2013, 02:38 PM
5 dimes

Just checked that one out and it appears to be a good one. I assume you are experiencing no problems with timely withdrawals?

I like the Plus 10% book especially, I can use an additional 10% on the on-track payout!

imofe
03-31-2013, 03:34 PM
Raybo

No problems with getting money from them. The 10% is great for the bankroll.
I do not like to have too much money in offshore accounts because you never really know what can happen due to legal matters. Starting playing more races there because my state has shut me out and I can not get to the track all the time. Sounded like the position the original poster was in.

raybo
03-31-2013, 03:49 PM
Raybo

No problems with getting money from them. The 10% is great for the bankroll.
I do not like to have too much money in offshore accounts because you never really know what can happen due to legal matters. Starting playing more races there because my state has shut me out and I can not get to the track all the time. Sounded like the position the original poster was in.

I agree. I'm in a similar position, living in Texas, where ALL internet wagering is unlawful, although no Texas bettor has yet to be prosecuted here). I have an ADW that continues to allow me to wager, but that could change any time.

Robert Goren
03-31-2013, 04:26 PM
:bang: I can use some help on this problem. Is there an offshore that pays? I am a small player and a bookmakers dream. I have deposited for five years and not made a single withdrawal.

The gods of luck blessed me with a 2k pick four which I am trying to withdraw in the last ten days. No luck (haha).



Unfortunately, I live in a state that does not allow online betting so I can play only offshore to satisfy my addiction.

Is there a good offshore? Or a why around betting with a legitimate adw in the states.
Anybody who trust overseas operations these days is just asking for trouble. You could have someone you trust in another state make bets for you. You could consider moving to another state. It is the only really "safe" thing to do.
I know you don't want to hear this, but.... You might want to try Gamblers Anonymous. You should consider this a wake up call. You have admitted to an addiction and you hunting for an illegal way to satisfy it. Plus you lose money at it continuously. No withdrawals in five years, really ?!! None of these are good signs.

pandy
03-31-2013, 05:03 PM
Before the domain crackdown I used bookmaker and made many withdrawals of $2,000 each over a period of several years, never had a problem even though I was winning consistently. I also used bodog and they seemed reliable but I made smaller bets on football through them. The best thing to do is if you win, withdraw, just in case.

TheEdge07
03-31-2013, 06:45 PM
I know you don't want to hear this, but.... You might want to try Gamblers Anonymous. You should consider this a wake up call. You have admitted to an addiction and you hunting for an illegal way to satisfy it. Plus you lose money at it continuously. No withdrawals in five years, really ?!! None of these are good signs.


RG im sure hes had winning days he just decided to not withdraw any$.

raybo
03-31-2013, 10:29 PM
Agree, most players of this game are either break-even or losing players, so going 5 years without withdrawing funds is not hard to believe.

I do think that, if one is going to use an offshore, and one happens to have a windfall, one should withdraw some of that windfall immediately. The fact that an offshore book does not fall within US federal or state law, and certainly not protected against business failure, or worse, criminal malfeasance, suggests that leaving such a sum offshore is not very smart.

highnote
04-01-2013, 12:01 AM
Maybe he enjoys the entertainment of gambling.

To paraphrase Andy Beyer, "Those who do not gamble do not understand the deliciousness of uncertainty."



I know you don't want to hear this, but.... You might want to try Gamblers Anonymous. You should consider this a wake up call. You have admitted to an addiction and you hunting for an illegal way to satisfy it. Plus you lose money at it continuously. No withdrawals in five years, really ?!! None of these are good signs.


RG im sure hes had winning days he just decided to not withdraw any$.

MYKE
04-01-2013, 11:18 AM
I was a head of the game in years passed but unemployment put a whammy on my game. I could not play the way I had in the past and always came up short to a good payoff because of always reducing my play that cost me in long run. It is very difficult to spend money that won't be replaced by going to work the next monday.

pandy
04-01-2013, 01:22 PM
I was a head of the game in years passed but unemployment put a whammy on my game. I could not play the way I had in the past and always came up short to a good payoff because of always reducing my play that cost me in long run. It is very difficult to spend money that won't be replaced by going to work the next monday.


Cash flow is crucial. Before the recession I was betting heavier too.

Tic-Tac
04-07-2013, 02:23 AM
5 dimes is great the rebates are great

And if you play real cheap they have
.25 cent exa tri pk 3,4,5,6

phattty
04-08-2013, 10:29 PM
bookmaker.eu