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05 Mar 20 18:26
Date Joined: 09 Jan 04
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cragihol 05 Mar 20 19:18 Joined: 09 Jan 04 | Topic/replies: 519 | Blogger: cragihol's blog
Anyone remember two and a half years ago when you had vibrant total points and handicap markets on all basketball games based around one fixed level on both.   Then out of the blue these were scrapped for the new moving markets.  Since then you can only ever seem to get on at evens so they are effectively no different from any two a penny fixed odds bookemaker but more to the point if our the mobile or web version they are often impossible to use.  Click on total points and you often get the default 120.5 level about 60 clicks away from the market level or if you do get the right level it soon moves around to a ridiculous level or just has no liquidity as no one can any longer be bothered  to put up with messing around with these markets.  Click on handicap and it is often the wrong way around with the odds on favourite showing a plus handicap the only odds on the markets are people trying to trick someone who hasn’t noticed . Email about it a they don’t have a clue what you are talking about or b you get the standard thanks for your comments but it never changes or gets any better and in past two weeks.  Surely it is time to sort this out or just go back to the old style which worked markedly better and had a lot more interest in them (they were what made exchange unique).  This problem not unique to basketball points but certainly is a lot worse.  The exception to this is nba where it does at least seem to move correctly.  Anyone else agree
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Report cpfc4me March 6, 2020 12:46 AM GMT
I agree. The 'new' format is unusable. By all means have a handful of markets around the probably line / total before tip-off, but once it's in-play let the prices on those markets move as they used to.
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