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TheSituation559
TheSituation559
I'm with coinbase and use blockchain as my in-between wallet. Whats the best place to buy? Coinbase has a $25 limit which is ridiculous. Blockchain takes me to a site called bit quick. Has anyone had experience of buying from that site?
TheSituation559
TheSituation559
Update
the coins arrived to my block chain account, I then transferred them to my coinbase and then sold those bitcoins and the funds should arrive by tomorrow is the message I get from coinbase. This is really a game changer for gambling!
As far as buying bitcoins, I only have a $25 limit, does this increase??
TreyInventor
TreyInventor
michigan state and purdue was -2.5 last night and purdue won by one. Only people that won were purdue ML or mich state +2.5 which many were not on because of the "might as well take ML and plus money theory" 
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
Quote Originally Posted by AgainstGambling:



Correct.
And you were correct on betting on the superbowl winner as well (you read the script in full) - can I ask, Dribble, how do you find gambling in your life? You're more honest here than the rest of the clowns.

Clowns really? Why don't you check my superbowl. 
And theres nothing wrong with responsible gambling. It's the same as responsible drinking. Stop being a ga.y bird bruh
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
Quote Originally Posted by AgainstGambling:



Correct, the house always wins.


lmao my ni.gga got jokes 
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
Quote Originally Posted by Unstoppable Force:


That's amazing you are up 3K lifetime...lol....I wish I could say that....Been gambling since I was like 12...maybe sooner with lotto scratch offs...lol..but I know those are a total waste now..probably started sports betting with those football parlay cards when I was 12-13...28 now...soon to be 29 on the 18th.....

Starting playing poker when I was 15-16...that's when I really became a gambler, grinder, rounder..whatever you wanna call it......still play on/off now...usually win more often now but not so much in years past but you live and you learn.......

If I'd had to put a number on it...I'd say I'm probably down 100,000 lifetime with all gambling (sports betting, casino (tables), poker, lotto numbers/win4) but who knows....it's really IRRELEVANT now anyways...and I could care less...I got over kmowing or wanting to know when I was like 16-17...you win some..you lose some.....Either way you are gonna spend the money..or save it and do something you enjoy doing...

Went to Vegas finally for my 1st time last year.....won 4500...mainly Blackjack, war and some roulette..I won 4 out of 4 on sports bets for between 200 and 400 each...wasn't really trying to spend my week researching, analyzing games handicapping in my hotel room lol.....didn't play much poker either because that requires more time and patience...lost a few hundred actually....had a blast though.....

Went back 6 months later and lost like 3,000.....Whatever....It is what is...I was actually down little over 4000 and made back 1100 the last day grinding out poker and a few solid shoes of blackjack.....and I was totally fine with it.....happens....still had a great time....

Money comes.....money goes no matter if you gamble or not.....that's just life.

 
I think the thing that really helped me is I ONLY bet sports, never casino and no lotto just sports, also I have a rule no more than 1 live bet per game. I used to make the mistake of having multiple live bets and losing them all. Make a system and you can succeed. 

I lived in Vegas for 3 years for graduate school and it definitely tested my patience. All in all while I lived in vegas I was probably down 1-2k but I consider that a win lol Very fortunate where I'm at today at 3k.
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
Quote Originally Posted by Pandalicious:

1) About 2 years.
2) Yes by a large margin and I am thankful for it every day.
3) I'm in a long term relationship. I cope fairly well but I find myself more interested in watching sports than spending time with her most times.
4) I'd like to think so.
Change #3 to 50-50 and you're good lol
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
Quote Originally Posted by AgainstGambling:



Do what you want to do, no one is telling you what to do.
I feel sorry though for all those who read this and are silent ... there are too many silent posters who'd rather not share the real truth about what gambling caused them in life - and it doesn't have to be only financial issue.


i've seen it tear people up but you have to be smart, don't deposit large amounts and STAY AWAY FROM CASINO. it's fake I never play it. I'm playing with a lot of house money right now and am up 7k this year
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
Quote Originally Posted by AgainstGambling:



You're 26 years old, been gambling for 9 years ...
I started gambling at 16, now I'm 31 years old.

Trust me it's not worth it ... a few more years down the line it could be terrible ... I knowh how it feels and feeling in control also means knowing how much gambling really costs you in total ...

Turnover of $600k is a lot, it's massive ... please don't play with fire.


I'm smart with my money, I don't deposit a lot. This year I deposited $130 before the Pitt vs Den playoff game and went on a massive run. Took out 2 3k checks and still have a lot in my book (won't disclose how much). Hell after a long day of work it's something I like to do (even during work lol) I work hard and make good money I don't see myself every quitting fully. I don't do it all year long but it's impossible not to during football season and March madness!
AgainstGambling
AgainstGambling
1) How long have you been gambling here?
Ive been with the site for about 4 years but have been gambling on sports since 17 (26 now)

2) Are you in profits?
Right now I am probably up 3k if I had to guess. I've probably gambled winning and losing close to 500-600k lifetime. Hell on my cashback from heritage i've bet close to 85k since Jan 1st. This year I'm up 7k so far but lifetime probably about 3k up. Considering how much i've bet i'll take it. 

3) Are you married / have children? If you do how do you cope with them as well as with your gambling?
Actually getting married in a couple of months. I'll admit it does get hard when i'm checking scores and she's pissed that I can't put the phone away lol but I don't make bets anymore if i'm going out. So my attention is on her but she knows if it's a big game we're staying in and watching the game. 
4) Do you feel like you're in control of your gambling?
Yeah I feel like I do, I usually don't bet much from the end of football to start of football. Usually starting June - Sept I give it a rest but then i'm back on the grind. This is what I do and I enjoy doing it. I have a great job, I make over 100k a year. Worked my as.s off to get to where I am in life so I feel like I deserve to do this if I want to. 
TheSituation559
TheSituation559
I gave heritage my email and they called me and said my account would be funded but it still has not, maybe tomorrow?
TheSituation559
TheSituation559
2-0 so far. Purdue pulled out the Lube on me
TheSituation559
TheSituation559
Add Xavier ML
$750 to win $609.76
TheSituation559
TheSituation559
Cashed out good if you followed me for the Super Bowl now for today
Pitt +7.5 ---$678 to win $600
Kansas -7---- $648 to win $600
POD SPECIAL Purdue -5.5 ---$718.54 to win 1,041.88

TheSituation559
TheSituation559
Quote Originally Posted by Urbanwildlife:

I hope someone provides you feedback as I am in the very early stages of learning how this all works, and really need additional help.

Yeah I hope so to, I requested a small payout today to see how this works before I take a huge chunk out, so far I sent heritage my blockchain address. They emailed me and then called me. They said my account should be funded by today so well see. After it hits my block chain i'll transfer it to coinbase and then sell those coins to fund my bank account is what I'm guessing you do. 

As far as taxes go I have no idea how that would work. Hope someone can chime in on that.

Also I've heard after every transaction you should change your bitcoin address is that true? And how do you do that?
TheSituation559
TheSituation559
I opened up a coinbase account and linked my bank account, I also opened up a blockchain account because I heard it's better to transfer bitcoins from blockchain to coinbase from your book. I bought some bitcoins form coinbase and it says it takes 4 business days for them to arrive! Is this normal? Can I make a withdrawal from my book during this period? I'm using heritage if that matters. 
So just so I have this right when I make the payout from heritage to my blockchain account, then transfer to coinbase and from there I can transfer it to my bank account?
bkingsrep
bkingsrep
Tennis / Someone help me / View Post
lol am I the only one on Chang?? $500 to win $750. Taking Wang next. should be just as easy
bkingsrep
bkingsrep
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TheSituation559
TheSituation559
Quote Originally Posted by Michfan15:

Nice hits 

thanks!
Tkowalski
Tkowalski
good look, I've bet them the last 2 years but I really didn't put two and two together 
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