How to find a bookie in my area? What if you lose and dont pay? Just wondering

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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:27:15 PM
guy's I hope your talking about me. because I said yeah you should be shot if you don't pay that's what I meant. the question was what would happen if you don't pay 99.9 percent of the time nothing 0. because like I said it's a paper write off it's the truth. but I alway's pay when I lose alway's.gl buddy
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:29:03 PM
sorry guy's I said I hope your not talking about me, because I alway's pay when I lose 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:44:22 PM
you're a douchebag if you're already thinking about not paying before you even have a book.  Be a friggin man and own up to your losses.  It's a 2-way street, he will most likely pay you if you win, so you should pay him if you lose.
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:45:20 PM
All a man has is his balls and his integrity. 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 3:03:03 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by fras:


Here is a further reading on Hooters Las Vegas,,,,

http://calvinayre.com/2011/09/23/casino/nevada-approves-mobile-gambling-in-hotel-rooms/

I live in San Francisco on some weekends I fly down to Vegas or go to Reno which is a shorter drive for me,  but if you move to Palm Springs you also have a shorter drive to Las Vegas and make your bet, while as go away weekend drive and enjoy life too, these are other suggestions,
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Posted: 10/9/2012 3:07:18 PM
I aint not gunna pay if I lose, i have a lot of integrity. was wondering what people would say from their experience...really think i would risk an behind beating or losing a finger or two for a couple hundred, yeah right...its just money
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Posted: 10/9/2012 3:30:09 PM
me and a friend used to bet with the local....friend ended up having a terrible month one month (i mean terrible) and could not pay our local....following week lines come out, and last line on the books was "my friend's name" with an o/u next to it at 4.5....needless to say i took the under, cashed in big time, and never saw my friend again...gl to whatever you decide 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 4:06:19 PM
guy's  I agree  what your saying 100 percent. my last book this was about 20 year's ago my book took in a new player. and he won about 22..000 in 1 week  and my book payed him in full the very next week the guy lost about 24 or 25.000. you guy's won't believe what happened that guy did not pay my book not 1 cent. i'm not joking mf not 1 cent. I know this to be the truth because my book asked me to go with him to get his money. so we did we went to his house the rest is history. i'm not going to say what happened but til this day I know he still owes my book money. yeah guy's not me I alway's pay up, but you do have gamblers that don't give a garbage and it happens a lot that's what i'm trying to say nobody is going to kill you those day's are long gone because once you cross that line your going to the big house and I don't mean U of M. but 19 yes please pay up if your going to play please pay 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 4:27:28 PM
Bitchass u were asking what happens if u don't pay...people like u wanna eat a bullet in the mouth.....
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Posted: 10/9/2012 4:40:15 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dilaudid8:

guy's  I agree  what your saying 100 percent. my last book this was about 20 year's ago my book took in a new player. and he won about 22..000 in 1 week  and my book payed him in full the very next week the guy lost about 24 or 25.000. you guy's won't believe what happened that guy did not pay my book not 1 cent. i'm not joking mf not 1 cent. I know this to be the truth because my book asked me to go with him to get his money. so we did we went to his house the rest is history. i'm not going to say what happened but til this day I know he still owes my book money. yeah guy's not me I alway's pay up, but you do have gamblers that don't give a garbage and it happens a lot that's what i'm trying to say nobody is going to kill you those day's are long gone because once you cross that line your going to the big house and I don't mean U of M. but 19 yes please pay up if your going to play please pay 


"...and I don't mean U of M"..........
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Posted: 10/13/2012 4:13:33 PM
Im a local in Ga but I have clients in California and Tenn Ive have from 8-10 yrs.  I'll friend request u and we can talk on the phone.
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Need a legit local in nj/nyc asap..
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Posted: 4/11/2015 12:28:22 PM
My name is Josh Peter, I'm a reporter for USA Today and I'm looking for a bookmaker for a story tentatively titled "The Death of the American bookie.''

We're exploring whether online sports wagering has led to a decline in traditional bookmaking and potentially threatens the livelihood of bookies. Of course, anonymity would be granted.

I can be reached at jpeter@usatoday.com, but would prefer emails be sent to joshlpeter11@gmail.com, an account I check more regularly.
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Posted: 4/26/2015 7:17:19 AM
I know one in LA but he won't take bets over $500 and no parlays or teasers, among other terms and conditions. PM me if you're still looking.
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Posted: 4/26/2015 12:01:26 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Zydec0:

My name is Josh Peter, I'm a reporter for USA Today and I'm looking
for a bookmaker for a story tentatively titled "The Death of the
American bookie.''We're exploring whether online sports
wagering has led to a decline in traditional bookmaking and potentially
threatens the livelihood of bookies. Of course, anonymity would be
granted.I can be reached at jpeter@usatoday.com, but would prefer emails be sent to joshlpeter11@gmail.com, an account I check more regularly.


Never trust a man with two first names.
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Posted: 8/10/2015 3:48:52 PM
Looking For a Local Bookie In The wisconsin area
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Posted: 9/14/2015 5:04:03 PM
Looking for a Local in Tulsa or OKC. Will use guy out of state by PayPal as well. Don't trust or want to deal with hassle of online sites. They make you agree to their terms and agreements. If you read those terms they blatantly tell you you will be giving them the right to screw you over. Who do go after in these situations? I'm no bookie but I have no issue finding someone and getting what's mine but you really can't do that with online sites.
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