Sky will let a customer place a £600 acca that includes a team like Southend at 10/3?
I don't know anyone who can get a 6p acca on something like that at Sky!
I have to admit when I first read that I did wonder whether it came from Skybet's PR team or not... sounds a bit unlikely they'd let you get that much on an acca that includes those obscure leagues - even if he got his very first bet on and it won, I'm sure his second bet limits would have been significantly lower... who knows though.
Ay. been windy here in Norfolk too.
Stan James - 'Best Odds Guaranteed'
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The guarantee itself will now only be applicable to 'Board' Prices, (the prices available at least ten minutes before each race). However, we will now be including within the guarantee, 'Board' Prices for all Irish Horse Racing.
This change will commence from the 1st November.
Our early morning prices will continue to lead the industry with numerous concessions, specials and 'Happy Hour' promotions on headline horses. For more details on all our current promotions, make sure you visit the promotions page at Stanjames.com.
Also, applies to Betpack
Originally Posted by musicbox
Saw this on sbr:
"Interwetten has decided, with immediate effect, to permanently block sportsbook use for all UK accounts with only allow Casino/Gaming use permitted going forward."
The Press Association: Sportingbet 'set for merger talks'
Sportingbet, the online gambling operator, is examining a merger with Swedish rival Unibet that would create a £600 million group, a newspaper claims.
The companies are understood to have held preliminary discussions about combining the businesses, with further talks expected in coming weeks, according to The Sunday Times.
A source told the newspaper that no announcement is expected until next year, and added that there would need to be many more talks until a deal was sealed.
The most recent big merger in this market was between Party Gaming and Bwin in the summer
Unibet has withdrawn from talks.
Was being talked about on chat earlier; "Skrill, the new name of Moneybookers."
Good Grief! Thats for real.
Looks to me like the Marketing guy who screwed up BetFair this weekend has got himself a new job bloody quickly!
What were they thinking!
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