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  1. #1
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    Matchbook account

    It seems like Matchbook is becoming better, at least much more selections for horse racing?

    Did you manage to try it out? would you like to share some impressions.

    Thank you

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    Matchbook has been coming along in leaps and bounds when it comes to liquidity on popular events. For some sports it has actually overtaken Betfair on that front (see discussion). Betfair still provides wagering on a greater range of sports, however.

    Matchbook hasn't been offering horse racing for very long, so it is still behind Betfair in that respect.

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    yea really glad to hear, but let's recognize that what have Betfair does not have Matchbook and vice versa, they complete each other.

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    in depend where u from, sometimes only VPN can help u, in special cases u need an agent haha

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    Matchbook has now UK and Ireland horse racing and with time they said it will add more. I bet sometimes at it, there are some good odds but not so good liquidity. But they improve and I see that. Will they be a rival to Betfair,huh? Will see

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    will see, who knows joshcash?!

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    no cash out unfortunately, looks like cashout its available only at BF
    you can open Matchbook via bet-ibc easily or Asian C88, premium tradings also good, looks like they are the same company

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    Because it's a betting exchange, with Matchbook you can effectively cash out by taking the opposing position to your original wager. For example if you originally placed a back wager you can place a lay wager on the same selection. The difference is Betfair offers the convenience of cashing out with one click rather than having to manually calculate the opposing stake.

  9. #9
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    Matchbook has where to grow and I guess it can be better, so it's worth it

  10. #10
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    Matchbook offer exchange but with low limits, this is their big disadvantage

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    Matchbook is glowing more n more day by day. I also prefer this one. Its better then others.

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    sure, will agree with that but still have low limits

 

 

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