where to bet on soccer in santo domingo?

toriemannetje

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at this moment all i know is bancafivestar / hotel juragua in malecon but that is only limited to 21250 bet per match and i have an other spot but you have to bet on 2 games if you want to play.
 

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at this moment all i know is bancafivestar / hotel juragua in malecon but that is only limited to 21250 bet per match and i have an other spot but you have to bet on 2 games if you want to play.

First I don't bet on sports so I have no clue what the rules would be but there are two other sports betting places I have seen close to Jaragua Hotel/Casino.

1) Come out the rear parking lot of Jaragua. The street if front of you will be calle hermanos deligne. Walk up that street and just before you get to avenida bolivar on the left hand side is a sports booking place.

2) Once again come out the rear parking lot of Jaragua. Make a right and walk down to calle Pasteur where Villar Hnos restaurant is on the corner. Make a left and walk 50 meters and on the right hand side is a small sports booking spot.
 

toriemannetje

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First I don't bet on sports so I have no clue what the rules would be but there are two other sports betting places I have seen close to Jaragua Hotel/Casino.

1) Come out the rear parking lot of Jaragua. The street if front of you will be calle hermanos deligne. Walk up that street and just before you get to avenida bolivar on the left hand side is a sports booking place.

2) Once again come out the rear parking lot of Jaragua. Make a right and walk down to calle Pasteur where Villar Hnos restaurant is on the corner. Make a left and walk 50 meters and on the right hand side is a small sports booking spot.

thanks! i will look them up.
 

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There are betting shops all over, have you considered the internet or just walking 100 mtrs down any street and going into a bookies? If I has to name specific bookies it would take ages. I expect the names of the agents are what you are not familiar with. Bookies are every 50 ft in the capital, you probably don't notice, I wondered what they were for a long time. Turns out these fruit cakes are just as into gambling as anyone else:cheeky:
 

skynet

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He don't bet on sports but he has the exact spots measured out along with directions? I believe him..LOL..Kidding BB, that's funny as hell to me..needed a laugh



First I don't bet on sports so I have no clue what the rules would be but there are two other sports betting places I have seen close to Jaragua Hotel/Casino.

1) Come out the rear parking lot of Jaragua. The street if front of you will be calle hermanos deligne. Walk up that street and just before you get to avenida bolivar on the left hand side is a sports booking place.

2) Once again come out the rear parking lot of Jaragua. Make a right and walk down to calle Pasteur where Villar Hnos restaurant is on the corner. Make a left and walk 50 meters and on the right hand side is a small sports booking spot.
 

bigbird

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He don't bet on sports but he has the exact spots measured out along with directions? I believe him..LOL..Kidding BB, that's funny as hell to me..needed a laugh

No problem cause after I posted the reply it dawned on me it sounded like the guy who knows the names of all the hoe houses in town but doesn't go to them.
 

skynet

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LOL, There are only 2 I can think of..Members that is..As for betting, a few Years ago I used blogdog or something like that..Pretty cool, pay by CC, place your bet by points or spread..This was with American Football..Had to say it that way because some here call Soccer football which of course makes sense...Just like driveway and parkway..must be smart people that came up with those names....Should paint an HOV lane on our driveways, really screw with people heads..



No problem cause after I posted the reply it dawned on me it sounded like the guy who knows the names of all the hoe houses in town but doesn't go to them.
 

toriemannetje

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There are betting shops all over, have you considered the internet or just walking 100 mtrs down any street and going into a bookies? If I has to name specific bookies it would take ages. I expect the names of the agents are what you are not familiar with. Bookies are every 50 ft in the capital, you probably don't notice, I wondered what they were for a long time. Turns out these fruit cakes are just as into gambling as anyone else:cheeky:

i walked into a couple but they don't do soccer
 

Mauricio

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So, your betting more than 500 dollars per match? I know there's a lot of match fixing lately in European soccer....
 

Black Dog

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Stop calling it soccer! Get's on my bloody nerves! It's football..........., just because the Americans couldn't think of a name for a game that you don't play with your feet and so they nicked the name of our game!!!!

Now before you all get up in arms, I'm just kidding! Happy Friday everyone!
 

toriemannetje

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Was, I think it's all been outed now.

unfortunately i wasn't part of that, but for example today i won 2 games and lost 1.

it might sound strange but i'm no gambler / addict, i basically have to get money REAL quick to fund something and i was on a winning streak at about 60% to where i should be but lately i lost a lot and i'm at about 40%.

the spot where you have to bet at 2 games in 1 bet is hard, i mostly end up positive in 5 star but 21250 per win ain't gonna do it for me no more.