Singapore Dollar (SGD) Bookies
The truth as addressed by the Singapore Business Review is not much. Certain elements of our laws have been used against businesses for example: However, no player has ever been arrested or fined for betting online in Singapore when using legal online bookies from the UK, Philippines or any other overseas jurisdiction.
Also, the way online deposits and payouts work, noone will ever know what your money is being used for. An account with a foreign bookie works very similarly to those offered by Singapore Pools. With online bookies you however only need to be age 18, as opposed to 21 with SG Pools. The part that is the same is that you need an account balance to bet. While we once had access to Skrill, Neteller and other ewallet services, now our options for funding an account are more restricted.
However, there are still plenty of easy to use choices. The most popular way to deposit online is still credit and debit cards. These can be used at every site that currently takes Singapore players. Visa, Mastercard and American Express cards all work. Unionpay has more limited support but can still be used at a select number of Singapore betting sites. Another option that is becoming more and more popular is Bitcoin.
While other cryptocurrencies such as Litecoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum can also be used, Bitcoin is still the market leader by a long way and is accepted by nearly all betting sites that take Singapore users. Webmoney, OKPay, Payeer and Perfect Money are also options though you will have much more success using a credit or debit card or Bitcoins. Another great feature of online betting is most websites offer some form of sign-up incentive.
You are not forced to take the bonus. It is wise to have accounts at each of the sites that support Singapore dollars listed on this page. As I said in the introduction to this article, at SG Pools it is only possible to bet on football and Formula 1.
So immediately we can see the obvious benefit of using online bookmakers — namely they offer odds on way more sports and markets. These include tennis, badminton, basketball, volleyball, golf, darts, snooker, cricket, hockey and baseball to name but a few. Of course football is the most bet on sport in Singapore, so I will conclude this article by focusing on that. Both SG Pools and online sportsbooks offer a variety of football betting markets.
To run through them quickly here are the details. While all of the above wagering options are available at SG Pools, they are also available online at better odds. Without getting too advanced, bookmakers offer odds in order to make a profit. When you bet online, using multiple sites is possible. This is extremely easy to do, though especially so if you use Bitcoin for fast deposits and withdrawals. The major football betting market missing from SG Pools is Asian handicap.
The result is one team is always a large favorite have to stake a lot to win a little and the other an underdog can win a lot for a small stake. At online bookies many different Asian handicaps are available including ones that are close to even money wagers and ones that can push tie. If you bet a handicap of -1 and the team wins by exactly 1 it is a tie all bets refunded. Also Asian handicap can use a handicap of 0. They can also use 0. The obvious reason this is not offered at SG Pools is this is the form of football betting where the bookmaker has the lowest advantage.
By using multiple bookmakers to shop Asian handicap odds it, is possible for a recreational player to negate the entire house advantage. Betting with true fair odds obviously provides the best chance of creating a winning gambling run.
Another form of wagering popular on the internet is accumulators. This is simply combining multiple wagers into a single bet. You can do two bets called a double, three bets called a treble, or 4-fold, 5-fold, etc. While the big accumulators are tough to win these can provide large payouts relative to stake. Putting 9 random selections from 1X2 markets in a 9-fold accumulator often pays over 30,to Online bookies offer football odds for matches held all over the world.
They also have Asian leagues including S. In fact, pretty much every football league from every country is covered. There are also more markets online than can be found at SG Pools. Some of the additional ones include scorecast, draw no bet, bookings, total corners and prop bets such as which goal keeper will touch the ball last. View market Ed Hawkins 13 September Leave a comment. England v India Fifth Test: View market Dan Thomas 12 September Leave a comment.
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