Run the scraper script through a number of proxies, simple to do and you can change proxies regularly enough, many companies out there you can hire them from.
Originally Posted by Matchstick
drop me a PM matchstick or skype/msn/gchat me sometime to chat further if you want ...
I have used the free trial for rebelbetting and I have to say it's quite good.
I have tried mathbet but I find it a nuisance as, unlike rebel, the market you are dutching is not displayed on the main page. Also, it is heavy on under/ over goal type dutches with 5+ bets and betting the same market 2-3 times at one bookmaker.
my question is are they value for money? Below are the prices for rebelbetting:
1. Select Subscription
6 Months 79 EUR / month
Total 474 EUR paid in advance
3 Months 89 EUR / month
Total 267 EUR paid in advance
1 Month 99 EUR
1 Week 9 EUR
Trial Week. Can only be purchased once.
I have to say I could make the monthly payment with a handful of arbs and avoiding obscure markets, but is there better value for money services out there?
I think I can learn something by watching which arbs crop up and it is helping me no end with the £40000 WR I have with Dafabet and the £5000 I have stuck in there
most hard core arbers use the systems to guide them, not strictly provide them with their bets
over time you get to know who moves the markets, where and when , and the arb services are a tool to help you with this , if this makes sense
I would never pay for an arbing service krantz, but that's me being a cheap git perhaps.
oddsfinder strikes me as the cheapest/most friendly option
Coming late onto this thread, but it's an interesting topic.
I've only found a couple of bookies so far who block your ip if you hit them too hard. I've not got around to proxies etc. yet, but may look into it. Any links to ones you could use? I wouldn't mind paid services, or even blocks of ips that I could cycle around. My current provider reckons it's mandatory to tag my ip info with my name for the blocks I rent from them. I haven't had any issues as yet, but am wary about it.
Footy isn't my area of expertise atm, but I'd like to learn more about what markest could be scraped/checked, and I can't imagine how you'd match the names and markets!
I'm considering how easy it would be to put something together. Which bookies are the most important ones to start with? And which markets?
Originally Posted by Matchstick
Those that appear more in the alert services.
Football, of course.
Okay it's nice to have this discussion but there is a real risk to long-term arbing, how about the problem of accounts getting limited... could we please include this in the discussion or make a new thread about it?
As a new member I find it extremely important what needs to be done to keep under the radar while making some acceptable profits. The discussions on how to stay under the radar are nearly inexistent... I can tell you that after 15-20 hours searching on Arbs on google + TGT forum. IF I've missed something please do let me know , maybe some thread I've missed talks about this issue extensively. If so, then I'm sorry to bring up the subject again
The information on Alert services, and arbs out there is really a large list, and as chachi mentioned oddsfinder looks to be a great free tool, amongst many others. Besides why pay for an Alert service when you can try a bunch of them for free?
Here I will save you some time for those of you who don't know, this place shows you all the main alert services that give free trials
Originally Posted by mark01
The TGT thread titled 'Attitude to Arbing' discusses arbing.
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