WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

ray winstone 12:39 Sat Aug 12
Betting Apps
Been using Betfair for a couple of years but their odds seem to be crap compared so some other sites plus their cash out option always seems to be ‘suspended’ when I’ve got a chance of making a few bob.

Could the gamblers of WHO point me in the direction of a decent app to spunk my hard earned cash on for this season.

Thanks in advance…..

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Gary Strodders shank 12:05 Sun Aug 13
Re: Betting Apps
All these bookmakers are ok and offer good promotions until you start to win an few quid and find your account restricted and the promotions bonuses withdrawn.

Betfair exchange is often the best way to go but I normally compare the exchange odds to those of the bookies using oddschecker before placing a bet.
I have accounts with all of the major bookmakers but rarely use most of them.

Boyle sports is the only one I have used in the last month apart from the exchanges and I have no complaints.
As an earlier poster mentioned the like of SkyBet do not give BOG on extra place races and there prices are often far shorter in these races than the eventual SP.
Having said that the extra places can pay handsomely in small stakes multiple bets but I would just take the SPs.
Another promotion that Betfair sportsboook was offering was a £10 free multiple bet when you place one of the same on a Saturday or at the big meetings.
This has now been reduced to £5 and although essentially a free hit you are only allowed to take the sportsboook prices (which are again normally shorter than they should be when placing your qualifying wager

As regards to restrictions on accounts as an example I was offered only £3.00 ew on Cameron Smith for the open when attempting to place £15 ew at 20/1 (SkyBet)

Hermit Road 10:37 Sun Aug 13
Re: Betting Apps
Better off using Betfair exchange. No problem with the cash out as you can either press the cash out, set your cash out in advance, or just lay the bet you backed.

By far the best way of gambling because the odds are always favourable to sports book.

Heath Hammer 2:34 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
Most user friendly app by far in my opinion is Skybet, but they have shit odds and try to keep people around with specials. - Some of which can be pretty good

for single selections and horses - Betfair exchange is the best by some way. - not sure about the sportsbook, but for those that like their football ACCA's they have just start a 'winner at 90 mins' acca. - basically if your winning at 90 mins its settled as a winner - this could be a fantastic way to do accas given the amount of injury time being added.

scouse kid 1:51 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
I tend to use the exchanges and bet that way for horse racing etc as I lot of the time I am backing to lay.

I personally don't like the extra places etc that bookmakers seem to be pushing because generally the e/w terms got from 1/4 to a 1/5 and they have eliminated Best Odds Guaranteed and as others have said they trim the prices to such an extent that they over round is at a disgusting percentage in the bookmaker's favour

Cash outs always get suspended for longer than you would wish then too but that's algorithms being re adjusted

I would suggest looking at oddschecker or racing post sites if you're looking for free bets etc for new customers if you're an occasional punter

paul6565 1:50 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
Have tried most but Paddy Power are best for me and I like instant payout.

likemydreams 1:29 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
Skybet are good for extra places if eachway betting BUT there prices are nearly always a couple of points less as a result

happygilmore 1:29 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
These days I don't bother with any of them. Typically, these days, If I am doing a football bet, I just pop in and out of a shop in under 10 minutes on a Saturday morning and get a bit of entertainment between 3 and 5 pm watching the scores.

If I was choosing one, I would definitely avoid PP. Worst odds on everything and will shut anyone making any semblance on a small regular win. But their PR seems to have fools rushing through their doors in spite of that fact

Pagey 1:07 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
Bet365 are great for offers and boosts, as is William Hill. They both had Man City boosted to Evens to beat Burnley last night.

Make sure you sign up for the initial free bet offer as a new customer.

Takashi Miike 12:57 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
....and you'll probably get a fair sign up bonus now with b365. when I joined many years ago, it was a ridiculous turnover stipulation (something over £100) before I could withdraw. the bad old days 😂

Takashi Miike 12:53 Sat Aug 12
Re: Betting Apps
I've never had a problem with B365, and now they have much more bonuses now, free goes on fantasy sports and plenty of chances to win free bets. Paddy Power are terrible if you win regularly, and some advice regarding all of them is never contact any customer services (in particular PP) as they'll remove bonuses/free bets/etc. they hate being questioned, so if it costs you a couple of quid let it ride

Mr. Burns 12:49 Sat Aug 12
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For ease of use and odds I’ve always found Bet365 to be pretty good. Not sure when it comes to cash out though.

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