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    Anonymous
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         I am from France and the PMU (wich is collecting betting) is not sure to keep the control of the betting in my country.<br>    <br>    Bruxelles would like to allow bookmakers agencies to work in France.It wouldn’t be a good idea for our system because bookmakers are not very generous with the racing institution.

        But if I have to play with book, wich one?

       

    #43127
    davidbrady
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    #43128
    seabird
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    Barry Dennis, surely!!!:biggrin:

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    FlatSeasonLoverFlatSeasonLover
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    If William Hills end up nearby, go to any lengths necessary to avoid going to them; there customer service and satisfaction leaves a lot to be desired.

    But as you say all of the bookmakers work to nice juicy overrounds, are you not able to use the exchanges?

    I think the Bookmaker that works to the least overround is Sporting Odds but don’t expect to be able to lump on with them.

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    yeatsyeats
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    Betfair – Greatest innovation since the wheel.

    Bookmakers = Scum :biggrin:

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    barry dennis
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    betfair, providing you dont want a £1ew, too difficult for them to handle

    #43132
    davidjohnson
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    To difficult for Barry Dennis as well when I see his signs that say Min Stake £5.

    (Edited by davidjohnson at 1:56 pm on Mar. 11, 2007)

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    barry dennis
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    you need spec savers, it says minimum £10.

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    davidjohnson
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    To be fair this was few years ago I saw the sign, before you hit the big time courtesy of all that free channel 4 advertising.

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    Pegwell Bay
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    Glad to hear the PMU monopoly in France may be over at last. :)

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    Young MickYoung Mick
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    Paddy Power.. some of their specials are amazing. When my local shop opened between me and my friend we must have been handed £120 worth of free bets. A great place though,

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