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Posted: 1/4/2014 4:46:15 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Dancer121:

You get better edges on the long parlays. Play 10 game parlays on proline and if you lose one game you get 20x your bet.

LMAO This is exactly why Proline brings in gazillions a year it's people like this guy. 
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Posted: 1/5/2014 4:28:41 PM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by Dancer121:

You get better edges on the long parlays. Play 10 game parlays on proline and if you lose one game you get 20x your bet.

yes I have hit a few with 1 wrong, getting back a few hundred is better than nothing

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Posted: 3/11/2014 9:05:46 PM
if the senate would just pass bill c-290......we'd all be alot happier 
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Posted: 3/31/2014 9:03:33 PM
Bill c290 is the answer to all of these arguments. The idea that the Senate has stalled on this bill for 3 years is ridiculous, especially since its so easy to play single game betting online. If I could bet single games on proline or have a casino offer a sports book in NS I would take full advantage. 
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Posted: 9/17/2014 9:16:56 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by FORTUNATESON:

It's a funny thing how passionate some people feel for and, (usually) against provincial sports lotteries. I have read of government conspiracies, people wishing to commit acts of violence toward proline players, and moreover, a general disrespect for those posting in this forum, on more than one occasion. Some of which is funny, but a lot which is mediocre rambling at best.

For the record, I respect others opinions on proline. It's easy to see how the house has an advantage, with the player forced to pick 3 (or 2) games at less-than-competitive odds; nevertheless, that are at least 3 advantages to playing "proline" vs. online which I would quickly like to detail for you.

That's it. Fire away at me if you want. I can take it.

I don't think of myself as a proline player, more so an opportunist. 

gl

There's nothing really to take FS. Fact of the matter is there's no comparison between playing the rip-off sports lottery known as Pro-Line and wagering with an off-shore sportsbook. NONE! I've been there and done that as the saying goes and believe me I've played every imaginable method there is to play using Pro-Line and I learned a hard costly lesson in doing so. However when I finally came to my senses and registered to play online instead, the sky has never been brighter. I don't need to go into detail about the numerous disadvantages of playing Pro-Line but one merely has to compare the odds provided by each party, OLGC and the Sportsbook. That in a nutshell is all one needs to know and providing the person has any half of a brain at all, he or she will understand that Pro-Line is indeed a complete and total RIP-OFF at its' finest! 

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Posted: 11/18/2014 11:32:22 AM
proline in ontario, never have a problem cashing out.
worse odds most of the time, but you can catch them on those lines that they can't move. have had the too many people have bet this team issue 3 times this year on football though.
cash is very easy, and its nice to see the cash, makes it hurt more when you lose or better when you win, feels more real.
I still like online better, proline is more of a break, or when you lower your bankroll. 
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Posted: 11/21/2014 8:31:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by pinballwizard:

There's nothing really to take FS. Fact of the matter is there's no comparison between playing the rip-off sports lottery known as Pro-Line and wagering with an off-shore sportsbook. NONE! I've been there and done that as the saying goes and believe me I've played every imaginable method there is to play using Pro-Line and I learned a hard costly lesson in doing so. However when I finally came to my senses and registered to play online instead, the sky has never been brighter. I don't need to go into detail about the numerous disadvantages of playing Pro-Line but one merely has to compare the odds provided by each party, OLGC and the Sportsbook. That in a nutshell is all one needs to know and providing the person has any half of a brain at all, he or she will understand that Pro-Line is indeed a complete and total RIP-OFF at its' finest! 


Once again, I fully believe you failed to make money at proline.  However, that doesn't mean wiser bettors taking advantage of edges haven't made all kinds of money.
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Posted: 12/14/2014 9:39:47 AM
i CANNOT BELIEVE YOU BUNCH OF COMPLETE MORONS THAT BELIEVE THE GOVT. PROLINE IS BETTER THAN OFFSHORE. Hands down i would prefer giving my hard earned losing bets to the Hells angels or the mob than the crooked Govt. scumbags. My god what a bunch of uneducated morons you guys are. Example if you play a3 teamer and 1 gets cancelled you drop down in odds. Bet 100 and your return is 200. I have to win 2 games to double my money. That is fair.Go to school and learn math you bunch of retards.
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Posted: 12/27/2014 3:56:35 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by habs1:

i CANNOT BELIEVE YOU BUNCH OF COMPLETE MORONS THAT BELIEVE THE GOVT. PROLINE IS BETTER THAN OFFSHORE. Hands down i would prefer giving my hard earned losing bets to the Hells angels or the mob than the crooked Govt. scumbags. My god what a bunch of uneducated morons you guys are. Example if you play a3 teamer and 1 gets cancelled you drop down in odds. Bet 100 and your return is 200. I have to win 2 games to double my money. That is fair.Go to school and learn math you bunch of retards.

do you know what playing edges means you simpleton?
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Posted: 12/30/2014 9:27:36 PM
Of course I know what edges are. keep playing those Govt. sports games you stupid, uneducated moron.
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Posted: 12/31/2014 11:36:53 AM
Stay away from the masses and avoid proline at all costs. Been betting with bet365 for over 15 yrs. A class outfit. Withdraw takes less than 24 hrs. and direct deposit. Do not be dumb and waste your time with proline. Stupid is as stupid does.
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Posted: 7/2/2015 12:07:30 AM
How much does a line have to move to justify the value you lose when they pay you even money on a two game parlay?
The props.....if my math is right aren't they offering 70¢ lines?
What good is playing your edge when you aren't getting any value?
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Posted: 10/5/2015 4:26:05 PM
Well said Jay, too many dummies out there.
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Posted: 12/31/2015 3:51:35 PM
Oregon is available at +1.5, vs. TCU.

Odds haven't been adjusted at wclc yet.

Happy New Year
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Posted: 1/3/2016 9:00:05 AM
ouch...31/0 at half,.... and lose the game...

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Posted: 7/13/2018 3:58:53 AM
just curious , are americans allowed accounts at pro - line ?
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