Sportbetting tips - truth or lie?

Discussion in 'Sports Betting' started by HOV, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. HOV

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    I have never made sport bets before but few days ago I have found a site selling "tips". They say that they have an information when one team is going to loose to another and same. It was a match of second division in Germany and the "tip" won! And it really looked strange - one team scored in the very beginning and then it was 90 minuits of lazy soccer.

    So do you think if that guys who sell "tips" are rippers and I just was lucky, or such things can exist?
     
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  2. ThermalMode

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    I do not think it can be truth. If someone knows the result for sure he better make a bet himself imo.
     
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  3. Flotsams54

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    I think that is a fake shit. They just sell random and if you loose they can return you money and say "sorry") 50% profit)
     
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  4. inkysoul

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    I thought such scam sites exist only in Russia)
     
  5. pepe

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    HOV said:
    I have never made sport bets before but few days ago I have found a site selling "tips". They say that they have an information when one team is going to loose to another and same. It was a match of second division in Germany and the "tip" won! And it really looked strange - one team scored in the very beginning and then it was 90 minuits of lazy soccer.

    So do you think if that guys who sell "tips" are rippers and I just was lucky, or such things can exist?
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    this is a scam, 99% sure. just leave it.

    there's one scheme, like you take a pool of 10000 emails for example, and send to one half of the pool one result and to other half another result. either side wins (for example a tennis match). then you do the same with 5000 players, then you do the same with 2500. at the end there will be left several players which been on the winning side all the time. they will be convinced that you know results in advance and possibly pay you good money for your "tips"
     
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  6. HOV

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    pepe said:
    this is a scam, 99% sure. just leave it.

    there's one scheme, like you take a pool of 10000 emails for example, and send to one half of the pool one result and to other half another result. either side wins (for example a tennis match). then you do the same with 5000 players, then you do the same with 2500. at the end there will be left several players which been on the winning side all the time. they will be convinced that you know results in advance and possibly pay you good money for your "tips"
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    I think you are right. I just was lucky that time. But it was nice if it was truth)