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Old 01-23-2019, 06:14 PM   #1
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so whats up with Arizona Charlies and Jerrys Nuget? no more horse race betting after Thrus. was just there all the boards are clear and tearing down the result board. there is a new co. that has bought out these race books. Boulder and Sams are ok.
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William Hill bought all of those sports books. They are by far the worst operator in the sports betting market today. They are very well known to ban winners and also are quick to lower the betting limits to players that win even a little bit. They have even done this to people that usually lose but might go on a bit of a heater. They only want to book your bets if you continue to lose.
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They also are or might have already took over the book at the Aquarius in Laughlin. Last time i was there the regulars were not happy, especially since they were going to loss the money that would go towards food. You got a $1 for every $25 you bet. It adds up.
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I'm a Jerry's Nugget customer for over 30 yrs. The racebook will be back open WED 30 after being shut dn Sun Mon and Tues.
Why does WM Hill ban winners. Are they not Parimutuel?
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Carson City

Race book in Casino Fandango, Carson City, was my favorite local book.
Run by William Hill, they stopped taking race wagers at the start of the year.

Spacious desk areas, decent wi-fi, and good food in their restaurants.
Having Mondays off usually, I would go there with a race player friend for
Saratoga. We'd always have a good time, win or lose.

I have no idea why they don't want race players.
Pari-mutuel is easy money for them.

They have a hard time hiring good help.
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I’m speaking more on the sports book side of things as far as Will Hill banning winning players but it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if they did the same to horseplayers that win a lot.
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