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      Two 13.37€ risk free bets!   01/02/2019

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What betting sites/tools do you use

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Interested to hear how you find the information for your bets.

As a dota bettor I personally use JoinDota and Gosugamers as the basic information. Sometimes you can also find handy information from the team's official twitter accounts, etc.

In addition I use AceOdds' calculator to calculate the odds into percentages so you can more effectively see how big of a favorite or underdog the team is valued to be. I also use surebet calculator to compare two bookies' odds and see how much air there is in the match. Sometimes you can actually find sure bets, which means there is, for sure, value in the match :P

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On 2016-04-18 at 11:43 PM, Vetomestari said:

The best site to compare odds for esports is BetBrain.

You will see the odds for most of the matches and also see if there is possibility for surebets. Easy, handy and fast to use.

For me it's also important to see how profitable my bets are, for that I have started to use Blogabet.

I used esportslobby's odds comparison tool before they took it down for restructuring. Been using Betbrain sometimes but don't feel they cover esports well (other sports is splendid)

I think using predictors save a lot of time such as in this forum and others as well etc (sometimes a roster change can slip by if you only rely on finding all information yourself)... but keeping an eye on twitter accounts are also good. 

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