A good relationship with your bookie

 

 

 

I am the kind of guy that waits until the last moment to place an NFL football bet as it is exactly a few minutes before the line goes off the board that you get the best football betting odds.

 

By the end of the past NFL football season I was about to place a bet on the Packers and the guy that was taking my NFL wager over the phone couldn’t hear what I was telling him since there was a lot of static and I was kind of upset at my sportsbook for allowing that to happen. When I called back a few minutes later to get a run down on the bets I had placed, I realized that the guy had put my money on the other side.  I stopped for a moment to analyze the play with determination and found out that he actually did me a favor by making a mistake.

 

With the NFL football point spread turned, I hung up without telling the guy about his error and waited for the outcome of the game, and as expected, I won.

 

But that is just half of the story, as what I did not know was that someone caught the guy taking a wager wrongly, and so they turned the wager as I originally request, which meant at loss for me.

 

So when I called to check on my balance after they had finished grading all my bets, I realized that I was missing the money for the win, and so I had a long talk with one of the supervisors of the sportsbook… Since I am a long time customer, they proceeded to handle me the winnings of such NFL football bet.

 

What can I say? betting frequently with the same bookie can have excellent consequences as trust is built upon the client and the bookmakers.


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