What is the best Online Betting site for MMA? And why?

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  1. JustTheTip

    JustTheTip Green Belt

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    I'm looking to drop some dough on a few fights for the first time. Whats the best and most reliable site to do this?
     
  2. Cid

    Cid Silver Belt

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    dunno but selecting one is generally not a good idea as odds can vary site to site.
     
  3. FEDORRULEZ

    FEDORRULEZ Black Belt

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    odds are almost the same everywhere . its you picking the right choice what matters
     
  4. MidgardSerpent

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    Hmm, not sure if I agree. If one is serious about betting it's nice to have more than 1 bookie to bet, sometimes odds can be quite better at another site.
     
  5. IloveTHIS

    IloveTHIS Humble Narcissist

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    Ive been thinking about picking up betting for a while now. I just dont know if the 6 or so out of 10 I pick right will outweigh the 4 I pick wrong.
     
  6. MidgardSerpent

    MidgardSerpent Black Belt

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    Picking % doesn't matter too much, it's more about if you're able to get value out of your bets. It's not that hard to pick huge favourites to win. Eduardo was like a +750 dog against Wineland, if you'd put a $100 on that you could have afforded to have plenty of other picks wrong and still pull ahead.
     
  7. Charlie Sheen

    Charlie Sheen Invisible Belt

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    FootstompShonie Silver Belt

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    I use TopBet for all my sports. Simple and reliable. Never had a problem, and has odds for usually every prelim and main card fight unless the guys are just completely unknown. And has main cards for Bellator.

    Has every other sport too and are usually parlayable with fights which I like.
     
  9. joey1980

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    there are betting odd aggregator sites you can use to see whos offering the best money on fights/outcomes
     
  10. JimGunn

    JimGunn Gold Belt

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    Simple answer: 5Dimes.eu and Bookmaker.eu are essential for anyone betting MMA. 5Dimes.eu has all the early lines, odds on all the smaller promotions as well as a lot of options for prop bets plus between round betting on televised UFC fights.

    Bookmaker.eu has alternate lines and limited props on UFC and other MMA promotions but also usually has in-round live betting on televised UFC fights. If you intend to bet on MMA and don't have an account with both sportsbooks, you are doing yourself a disservice.
     
  11. jjjjjjjjjjohnny

    jjjjjjjjjjohnny JDP is the CHAMP!

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    i prefer the old fashion route - a real person.
     
  12. LogicalInsanity

    LogicalInsanity Co-Founder of SDLS (Sexual Deviant Leftist Scum)

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    5dimes easily...they also have prop bets, early lines and a good repuation in pay outs.
     
  13. LogicalInsanity

    LogicalInsanity Co-Founder of SDLS (Sexual Deviant Leftist Scum)

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    yeah same here...but not everyone lives close to Vegas or Reno.

    here in washington there are no Sportsbooks.
     
  14. Enigma87

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    I'm signing up for Bovada this weekend, and someone can get a free $100 bonus if I enter your referral code when signing up. Anyone want in?
     

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