Trading Risks Associated with Some Sportsbooks | 13 May 2021


Imagine betting on your favourite leagues and watching it on live television, excitedly waiting for your sweet win, only to find out that your winning bet has been voided due to unforeseen circumstances. This situation can be really frustrating for any kind of punter, but this is out of our control.

With our sports trading platform, we provide you with tips on how to manage your sportsbooks preferences based on the risks of your bets being tagged as abnormal or void and how you can prevent it from happening.

If you’ve been reading our blogs about trading risks associated with some sportsbooks, there are only minor changes for the past few weeks when it comes to void rates.

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Matchbook, PIN88, ISN, Betfair, GA288, and PENTA88 still remain safe from abnormal bets or voided bets nor do they have any history of doing so. We have also recently added a new partner, Broker1 on the VOdds platform. Broker1 is also fair and does not tag bets as abnormal.

Crown (Singbet) however had a slight increase on their void rates compared to the last fortnight for both pre-game and in-running bets.

SBOBET and WLG might have decreased in their void rates, if you want to maximize their high limits and great odds, you can do so but still be extra cautious in using them.

Generally, if you are into sports betting, you should be aware that voiding bets is the decision of the individual bookmakers depending on their own rules and regulations and are out of control of the sports trading platform or broker that you are using.

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Information from this blog article is based on the recent month’s data and accurate as of 13 May  2021.

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