• Where can you report a possibly sports book scam/ripoff when they refuse to give you money but admit they have a major issue?

    Sports betting is legal now and I have an account with sugarhouse and they admitted to me they have a major issue effecting everyone that plays about nfls wager grading that is resulting in parlay bets getting taken advantage of. I placed a 3 team parlay not a lot of money but still first team won 2nd team pushed... show more
    Sports betting is legal now and I have an account with sugarhouse and they admitted to me they have a major issue effecting everyone that plays about nfls wager grading that is resulting in parlay bets getting taken advantage of. I placed a 3 team parlay not a lot of money but still first team won 2nd team pushed and the later game never played yet so I had a bad feeling about it and I wanted to cash out they never graded the ticket. I complained they finally graded it and said sorry we are getting numerous complaints and this is an ongoing issue with nfl but we are not responsible to me that’s basically telling g someone sorry we are scamming you. Fanduel just got in to trouble and finally paid someone out for 80000+. This company is having an issue too and I have all the screen shots of them admitting to having a major problem and yet they won’t make do. They tell me it’s fair for me to lose money and that right there has to be against the law. Admitting to knowing about a major issue effecting users to successfully cash out early when they do have a cash out but the issue won’t let them cash out because the wagers are not graded immediately. How can I report this? They want to sit there and the me sorry were keeping your money but we are aware you were effected along with others because we have a issue with grading. That to me is not fair and wrong.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Poker to hard to beat? Is there still money to be made on the game?

    My interest came from seeing a fundamental aspect of playing the game of poker was the mathematics behind the odds of hands and coming from adaemica in statistics I found this intriguing Im interested in playing a little Poker. With all the vast amounts of knowledge regarding poker accessible to everything ... show more
    My interest came from seeing a fundamental aspect of playing the game of poker was the mathematics behind the odds of hands and coming from adaemica in statistics I found this intriguing Im interested in playing a little Poker. With all the vast amounts of knowledge regarding poker accessible to everything do you think it's too late to play the game with an edge online.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is working for losers?

    Best answer: I hate work so much, and have no respect for work. i have much more respect for hustlers and criminals, at least they either hit it big or be done, there is no point of working 40,50 years and then dying
    Best answer: I hate work so much, and have no respect for work. i have much more respect for hustlers and criminals, at least they either hit it big or be done, there is no point of working 40,50 years and then dying
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is there a secondary market for long-range casino sports bets? (Please read for details.)?

    I had a thought. Don't worry, i know it's not a thing that can be done consistently and no one could make money from it on a regular basis. I'm just curious if it's even reasonable, possible, and/or legal: Let's say I make a bet on the winner of the Super Bowl before the season starts, or... show more
    I had a thought. Don't worry, i know it's not a thing that can be done consistently and no one could make money from it on a regular basis. I'm just curious if it's even reasonable, possible, and/or legal: Let's say I make a bet on the winner of the Super Bowl before the season starts, or early into the season, and it's a real longshot. Maybe 150-1 let's say. No one likes this team; they're getting virtually no action. So I put $100 to win $15000, and I hold onto the ticket. Now let's say that in Week 3, or maybe even Week 12, some crazy stuff starts happening. The team wins a few games no one expected. A couple of rookies play like Pro-Bowlers. They pull off a huge trade or steal someone off waivers that will really help them. Maybe their biggest rival's QB goes on IR and the path is suddenly more open than before. Now the odds for that team to win it all improve to 40-1. Or maybe 15-1. But still nowhere near a sure thing. And here I am with my 150-1 ticket while anyone putting down a c-note now will win nowhere near as much as me. But I am not confident at all. I would gladly sell my $100 ticket at 150-1 for $1000. Or $500. Maybe even $200. Double my money as a sure thing independent of any outcome on the field? Sure. Why not? The question is, would anyone want to buy my ticket above cost like that, even though it is still a much better value than they can get now? Is selling it legal? Can I just put it on Craigslist?
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why do all casinos have the same games?

    Best answer: Casinos have games that have a set house advantage so they can determine how much they will win over time even if the player makes no mistakes. A game where a skillful player can consistently win money from the casino would be dominated by skillful players and would cost a casino money. Casinos cannot stay in... show more
    Best answer: Casinos have games that have a set house advantage so they can determine how much they will win over time even if the player makes no mistakes.

    A game where a skillful player can consistently win money from the casino would be dominated by skillful players and would cost a casino money. Casinos cannot stay in business if they do not make enough to cover their operating expenses.
    17 answers · 1 month ago
  • Should i play poker online?

    12 answers · 2 months ago
  • How can I make €500 a week gambling?

    Best answer: visit real casino not virtual

    learn card counting and play Blackjack
    Best answer: visit real casino not virtual

    learn card counting and play Blackjack
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • The age to buy lotto tickets is 18. As a new proprieter of a gas station, would I have to be a total schmuck to check IDs and enforce this?

    Lottery tickets may be age restricted purchases, but it's not like alcohol or tobacco where the police are going to do sting operations over it. I have never heard of police sending minors into stores to try to buy lottery tickets. That said, if someone who looks like they may be underage comes into my store... show more
    Lottery tickets may be age restricted purchases, but it's not like alcohol or tobacco where the police are going to do sting operations over it. I have never heard of police sending minors into stores to try to buy lottery tickets. That said, if someone who looks like they may be underage comes into my store to buy lottery tickets, what's in it for me to check their ID? Say some underage teen purchases a ticket that wins a large enough payout that they must go to a lottery office to claim the prize. If the minor is dumb enough to fill out and sign the back of the ticket themself, or go there alone to try and claim the prize, as opposed to having a trusted adult do it for them, thus finding themselves with a ticket they cannot redeem, then what's it to me? Seems like it's their problem at that point. Sure, the lottery company (yes, it is run by a private company on behalf of the State, and they give the State a certain percentage for public school funding) could theoretically revoke my selling privileges, but they make a larger percentage off of the sales than the stores do and miss out on more money than said store by doing so. As a result, they don't tend to shoot themselves in the foot like that over small violations. What say you?
    12 answers · 2 months ago
  • Do you favor both Megamillions and Powerball completely merging?

    Pick a new name or use an existing name for this new game and how many nights, if you choose yes. And how much per ticket.
    Pick a new name or use an existing name for this new game and how many nights, if you choose yes. And how much per ticket.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Do you like to have plenty of storage?

    Best answer: Yes. 256 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD. Would not like being without either.
    Best answer: Yes. 256 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD. Would not like being without either.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Hi, this is a gambling question and is related to Roulette.?

    Hi, this is a gambling question and is related to Roulette. Let s say you have a $1000 bank roll right and you are only betting on numbers and the numbers pay s 36 to 1. Now, on each spin you will always bet using 6 numbers and you will always start at $1.00 and increase the dollar amount to cover your looses... show more
    Hi, this is a gambling question and is related to Roulette. Let s say you have a $1000 bank roll right and you are only betting on numbers and the numbers pay s 36 to 1. Now, on each spin you will always bet using 6 numbers and you will always start at $1.00 and increase the dollar amount to cover your looses and make sure you always profit up to 20 times. What is the dollar amount you would have to continue increasing to avoid loosing. My thought process was 1. $1.00 - $6.00 2. $1.00 - $6.00 3. $1.00 - $6.00 4 .$1.00 - $6.00 5. $1.00 - $6.00 = 6 X 5 = 30 This means it will be time to increase the bet to $2.00 right or should it be higher to avoid a lost or hitting even?
    6 answers · 2 months ago