1. #1
    Senior Member Old-Timer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Posts
    9,447
    Thanks
    6,824
    Thanked 5,344 Times in 3,645 Posts

    Default Need a little help

    Can someone who deals with Betonline tell me how they handle there baseball prop bets. In other words 1st do they come out when there there lines are put up and will there be any problems if I get lucky and if so how fast. They'll be small bets and I'm assuming it's a 30 cent line. I give a few books smaller bets trying to stay under the radar. One last thing what's there opening line limit for straight bets. Any other information that you would think would be helpful please let me know if you can.

  2. #2
    Senior Member bumpo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    wi
    Posts
    368
    Thanks
    2,071
    Thanked 113 Times in 87 Posts

    Default

    Curious about them myself. They hang baseball numbers very early. The issue I've had is that it seems difficult to deposit any kind of money if you don't use crypto.

  3. #3
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Posts
    779
    Thanks
    1,133
    Thanked 332 Times in 230 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by bumpo View Post
    use crypto.
    You provide the solution to your issue

  4. #4
    Senior Member Old-Timer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Posts
    9,447
    Thanks
    6,824
    Thanked 5,344 Times in 3,645 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by bumpo View Post
    Curious about them myself. They hang baseball numbers very early. The issue I've had is that it seems difficult to deposit any kind of money if you don't use crypto.
    Crypto is really easy it's just a matter of doing it one time. Open an account at Coinbase and another account. I use Blockchain. First withdraw from coinbase send to Blockchain and then to the sportsbook of your choice. Don't sent crypto to a sportsbook from coinbase first to blockchain. Blockchain isn't regulated. To cash out just reverse from sportsbook to blockchain to coinbase to bank. It will hit your bank in about 3 days. Setting up will take getting money out of the bank longer the first time then after that 3/4 days from bank to coinbase to blockchain to sportsbook. it takes minutes. If you ever want to do it let me know I'll walk you through it.

    BOL take's CC's but those A-Holes charge about 15% fee. There bonuses sound good but I think it's a 12x roll-over and you can only bet Straight bets and totals. At least that's what I read. I doubt they'll put up props when they put up there lines and that's all I'm interested in just thought I would ask someone you uses them you never know. That's really my only question that matters. BM puts up lines at about 2pm not props they come 6am next morning. I was just wondering if BOL put everything up first.

    Thanks for the reply bumpo. Do you use twitter and if so do you use that picture.

    Hi Bull I know I'm a dick for not calling and setting something up like we planned. I'll get it touch and will go to the place we agreed on.

  5. Thanks:

    The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to Old-Timer For This Useful Post:

    blackbull (03-11-2019),  bumpo (03-12-2019),  golfguru1 (03-12-2019)  

  6. #5
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Posts
    779
    Thanks
    1,133
    Thanked 332 Times in 230 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Old-Timer View Post
    Crypto is really easy it's just a matter of doing it one time. Open an account at Coinbase and another account. I use Blockchain. First withdraw from coinbase send to Blockchain and then to the sportsbook of your choice. Don't sent crypto to a sportsbook from coinbase first to blockchain. Blockchain isn't regulated. To cash out just reverse from sportsbook to blockchain to coinbase to bank. It will hit your bank in about 3 days. Setting up will take getting money out of the bank longer the first time then after that 3/4 days from bank to coinbase to blockchain to sportsbook. it takes minutes. If you ever want to do it let me know I'll walk you through it.

    BOL take's CC's but those A-Holes charge about 15% fee. There bonuses sound good but I think it's a 12x roll-over and you can only bet Straight bets and totals. At least that's what I read. I doubt they'll put up props when they put up there lines and that's all I'm interested in just thought I would ask someone you uses them you never know. That's really my only question that matters. BM puts up lines at about 2pm not props they come 6am next morning. I was just wondering if BOL put everything up first.

    Thanks for the reply bumpo. Do you use twitter and if so do you use that picture.

    Hi Bull I know I'm a dick for not calling and setting something up like we planned. I'll get it touch and will go to the place we agreed on.
    Brooo! I know!! Where's my man at?? Haha, sounds great buds. Look forward to it and miss you damnit!!!

    And re: crypto, I can't in good conscience recommend anything but Bitcoin (BTC) as it is the only one of true value (best store of value in the world already and will scale to other use cases; market has not even come close to realizing this and valuing it properly #NotInvestmentAdvice). BTC can't be inflated, seized, freezed, or censored (if you act responsbily and properly/securely possess your own private keys in a cold/hard wallet). Blockchain is, to explain it for the non-technically savvy, just a bunch of slow, inefficient excel spreadsheets and valueless without being paired with a truly decentralized p2p network (which is only satisfied by BTC) and for a usecase that actually needs a trustless nature (like money = has to be trustless...if we've learned anything from monetary history) For quick transactions (buying BTC), I would use the Cashapp. Get a trezor. Send the BTC to your trezor. Piece of cake. You can figure out the rest if you make it that far. So easy and doesn't rape you with transaction fees like Coinbase. Additionally, Coinbase is a bad actor in the space and it's best to avoid them if possible (they are now in the shitcoin selling business and eventually the people buying that centralized garbage are going to get hurt). If you are more technically savvy, there are more decentralized options for purchasing BTC out there. God Bless.

  7. Thanks:

    The Following User Says Thank You to blackbull For This Useful Post:

    golfguru1 (03-12-2019)  

  8. #6
    Senior Member Old-Timer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Posts
    9,447
    Thanks
    6,824
    Thanked 5,344 Times in 3,645 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbull View Post
    Brooo! I know!! Where's my man at?? Haha, sounds great buds. Look forward to it and miss you damnit!!!

    And re: crypto, I can't in good conscience recommend anything but Bitcoin (BTC) as it is the only one of true value (best store of value in the world already and will scale to other use cases; market has not even come close to realizing this and valuing it properly #NotInvestmentAdvice). BTC can't be inflated, seized, freezed, or censored (if you act responsbily and properly/securely possess your own private keys in a cold/hard wallet). Blockchain is, to explain it for the non-technically savvy, just a bunch of slow, inefficient excel spreadsheets and valueless without being paired with a truly decentralized p2p network (which is only satisfied by BTC) and for a usecase that actually needs a trustless nature (like money = has to be trustless...if we've learned anything from monetary history) For quick transactions (buying BTC), I would use the Cashapp. Get a trezor. Send the BTC to your trezor. Piece of cake. You can figure out the rest if you make it that far. So easy and doesn't rape you with transaction fees like Coinbase. Additionally, Coinbase is a bad actor in the space and it's best to avoid them if possible (they are now in the shitcoin selling business and eventually the people buying that centralized garbage are going to get hurt). If you are more technically savvy, there are more decentralized options for purchasing BTC out there. God Bless.
    I'll look into that although I don't use Bitcoin that much. I also use Gemini which the fees are much lower and quicker. I'm far from an expert and as I said I don't use it that much. Gemiini doesn't take kindly to being a quick middle man with low fees. but it does come in handy when I need it. See you soon.

  9. Thanks:

    The Following User Says Thank You to Old-Timer For This Useful Post:

    blackbull (03-11-2019)  

  10. #7
    Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Posts
    49
    Thanks
    11
    Thanked 10 Times in 9 Posts

    Default

    BOL puts up MLB props like "Score or run in the first inning yes or no" "Runs, Hits, and Errors #" and all other bets like that, the day of the game. They have overnight lines, but limited to $1,000 I believe. All inning props and player props come out the day of the game. Not exactly sure what time lines are released for inning props. It usually changes year to year. I think lines came out around 8am to 9am EST. last year. I use both BOL and BM and usually BOL has the better number and price at opening. As far as limits usually $500 to $1000 depending on which prop. Limits otherwise go as followed: run line $5,000, Moneyline $10,000, Game totals $5,000. Team Totals $1,000, 1st 5 innings $1,500 and 1st 5 TT $1,000. Pretty sure all deposits have a fee, unless you use Bitcoin. I've used both CC and bitcoin no problems. Payouts i've received a check, wire transfer, and crypto. I prefer crypto for speed and privacy reasons. Hope this helps

  11. Thanks:

    The Following User Says Thank You to olemiss10 For This Useful Post:

    Old-Timer (03-12-2019)  

  12. #8
    Senior Member bumpo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    wi
    Posts
    368
    Thanks
    2,071
    Thanked 113 Times in 87 Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Old-Timer View Post
    Thanks for the reply bumpo. Do you use twitter and if so do you use that picture.
    Yes, OT and I might take you up on holding my hand thru a first Bitcoin transaction. Thanks.

  13. Thanks:

    The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to bumpo For This Useful Post:

    golfguru1 (03-12-2019),  Old-Timer (03-12-2019)  

  14. #9
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    Posts
    277
    Thanks
    884
    Thanked 101 Times in 75 Posts

    Default

    Thanks for the info guys on the BTC, etc. read about often but never used it either. Miss the netteller days of simplicity.