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JalapenoHot
27 Jul 18 01:50
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I layed a couple of bets tonight on south american football and clearly there are people ahead of the game who managed to take the bets immediately before the markets were suspended due to a goal being scored.
Is this the same for all leagues?
I can understand that maybe on lesser known matches there may be a difficulty in getting live score info instantly but I thought Brazil Premier would be ok.
Are the top European leagues the same as this or are they more reliable?
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Report scaredmoney July 27, 2018 1:55 AM BST
they cant even get the scores right at times never mind the suspends

bettors peril init....always gunna have people at the game seconds in front
Report themightymac July 27, 2018 2:03 AM BST
All games are like that mate, but especially South America. My pictures are so fast, I see the goals before the spectators in the stadium! Be careful.
Report brassneck July 27, 2018 11:24 AM BST
just check the sportsbook betting ,it will tell you if a goal has been scored up to a half an hour before real time,most times when there is an early goal they suspend the game from the start until the delayed goals are posted.you will get use to their betting patterns when you study it,and you can make 60 to 70 grand a year by observing if you back in fifty quid bets.Shocked
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