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Are you talking legal US books or offshore? For offshore, this statement couldn't be more false.They all are pretty the same, to be honest.
They all are pretty the same, to be honest. I have used 4 of them, and none disappointed me. Functionality, user support, and even user interface are similar (which is for good). It's interesting how people choose this or that site? I'm running my bookie platform powered by bossaction.com, so it would be interesting to know how the service can get better among identical ones? Maybe half-legal online sportsbooks offer something interesting to lure some clients. I can't say it for sure, as I'm a supporter of legal stuff.
His last post clarified that he's talking about legal books, not offshore.If you are betting the main full game line, i tend to agree they are the same. But outside if that, they vary greatly.
There are host of different features offered by one not by another. Like BOL you usually won’t find half time money lines. Bet105 you won’t even find any half time bets.
bet105 you can find stuff that are +/- 20 points with odds like -14000, which I haven’t seen by other books.
Bovada I seen up to 400 different bets/props on a regular football game.
Heritage you find 4 cents overnight mlb lines you don’t see else where.
Bookmaker probably have some of the lowest vig live betting. They also have some of the highest limits.