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Sportsbook Review of Aces
2006/09/06 - Review by Ira Nanson
Online since 1991, Aces was acquired by Sportingbet in 2001, a UK company publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange.
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Various bonus and promotional offers are available including :
Their focus is towards small and recreational bettors. Limited wiseguy action is welcome, if you win big you won't be asked to leave but limits will be reduced.
Aces do not provide phone wagering for US or International customers.
SGR chat: "What happens if the site goes down?"
ACES chat: "The site may have scheduled downtime due to maintenance, this is however always posted in advance - if the site goes down for whatever other reason, our technicians are usually able to bring it back up shortly, and this should not affect wagering."
Unpredicted down times are always predictable in this industry so perhaps a contingency book is wise, most bettors these days have multiple accounts to suit their different needs, most common choices are: Bodog, BetCRIS, Pinnacle, Mansion and VIP.
Aces offer an average betting experience. However certain elements are lacking or may be unreliable over an extended period of time.
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