Multi-accounting is a rules violation that means registration of several accounts by one person, including using fake or someone else’s passport details. Almost all bookmakers prohibit their clients to have more than one gaming account.

Players usually resort to multi-accounting when a bookmaker cuts the biggest bet they could place, or after the previous account was blocked. Multi-accounting is prohibited by bookmaking rules and may result in a cut of the maximum bet or closing the account with confiscation of winnings made using the duplicate account, depending on the policy of a bookmaker.

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