Manual bet accepting


Manual bet accepting is an account restriction that implies that a punter’s bet is not automatically accepted, but sent to a bookmaker’s trader who manually decides whether or not to accept the bet.


Like other account restrictions from fundamental bookmakers, manual bet accepting is carried out to tackle surebet punters and other categories of professional players.

In some cases, manual bet accepting from bookmakers requires special offers. For example, an “odds order” from Parimatch gives the opportunity to order higher odds for the chosen bet if it amounts to £1,000 and above.

Some bookmakers allow to manually request the amounts exceeding the specified maximum. For example, a bookmaker automatically accepts a £100 bet on an event, but at the same time, allows a punter to ask for a larger sum, and, if possible, manually accepts the requested bet fully or partially.

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