Umm, it's a thread specifically about *Sportsbet's cash out feature*. So, strangely enough, I made a post about *Sportsbet's cash out feature*. How you think that classifies as weird I honestly don't know.What a weird post, who said anything about using Sportsbet purely for this purpose anyway?
Tell me more Mr. Betfair representative!
(As it happens, by claiming that I asked why people would use Sportsbet "purely" for this purpose, you've also read something into my post that I never actually said at all.)
I'm reasonably confident that I haven't, but I'm genuinely keen to know if I've missed something about this feature. Because, otherwise, I would have thought it's reasonably obvious that, if you're interested in arbing, then just about every serious gambler is going to tell you Betfair is still a better option. In fact, if you're interested in getting the best odds full stop, you're rarely going to use Sportsbet. And, to take that further, if you do take them for the best odds consistently and/or have any serious betting ability, they'll more than likely suspend or limit you quick smart.
I'm therefore grateful for Lensen's posts, which have shed a bit more light on it for me. Following on from that and on reflection, I can also now see that potentially a multi on overlapping events might make Sportsbet a better option for something like this. But, even then, I don't really understand why making one phone call (that will probably make you a lot more money) is such a terrible thing to do. And Betfair doesn't offer pure multi betting any more ... but you can still get around that on non-overlapping events by rolling your winnings into the next leg(s) anyway.
All of that said, I can assure you I'm not a representative of Betfair. And it's sad that you'd straight-out accuse me of that without having had the courtesy to have checked out my history of posting on BF for many years to see I'm certainly not here to advertise their services.