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    CyBookie God

    Gordy05 has reached a million cycredits. Will anyone catch him or will he continue to have no life and increase his lead


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    Re: CyBookie God

    I think there are quite a few over 1 Mill now. Me, I will never reach that club.



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    Re: CyBookie God

    Only 2 were over a million right now, but I am sure several have credits on the games this week that might shoot them back up the leaderbioard.


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    Re: CyBookie God

    I think a couple of us are over a million now - I have about 1.4 million but most are out on bets for today and tomorrow


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    Re: CyBookie God

    The lines lately have been a bit soft. We need to make sure we are making these tougher.

    The wrestling last night was easy credits.



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    Re: CyBookie God

    Quote Originally Posted by ajk4st8 View Post
    The lines lately have been a bit soft. We need to make sure we are making these tougher.

    The wrestling last night was easy credits.
    I think most of the lines have been pretty solid. The bookies are doing a great job, IMO. I know this because today I am not confident betting because they all seem to be able to go either way. This is a good indicator of a good line to me.


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    Re: CyBookie God

    are all the sports related bets things people can actually go and put money on? I assumed they were. If thats the case there is not much they can do. With how far ahead the house is on everyone, we need some easy ones now and then lol.



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    Re: CyBookie God

    The lines posted by Vegas have been good, but some of the ones we make up seem a little easy at times. Overall an EXCELLENT job by the bookies agreed.



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    Re: CyBookie God

    Quote Originally Posted by ajk4st8 View Post
    The lines lately have been a bit soft. We need to make sure we are making these tougher.

    The wrestling last night was easy credits.
    Other than the WBB and Wrestling odds, the odds we use are straight vegas odds, so if you think they are too easy, you should get an online account and start wagering some $$.


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    Re: CyBookie God

    Where do you guys check the overall credits of people? I haven't been able to find it. Also, is there anywhere that it lists how much people have lost? I think that is my best shot to make a list.



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    Re: CyBookie God

    Quote Originally Posted by timc243 View Post
    Where do you guys check the overall credits of people? I haven't been able to find it. Also, is there anywhere that it lists how much people have lost? I think that is my best shot to make a list.
    You can go to the CyBookie page and click on Bet Statistics to see the top 5.

    If you want to see everyone's, you can go to Quick Links, Members, and sort the column that says Credits.


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    Re: CyBookie God

    It's pretty easy for the guys that have a quarter million to a million to drop 100,000 or even more on a bet. I have to be a little more conservative before I reach enough credits to put that much down on a bet. Hopefully one day I get there.



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    Re: CyBookie God

    Quote Originally Posted by isucyfan View Post
    You can go to the CyBookie page and click on Bet Statistics to see the top 5.

    If you want to see everyone's, you can go to Quick Links, Members, and sort the column that says Credits.
    Thanks for the help.



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