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I recently placed a sports wager which listed a 12/1 (+1200) bet on a certain soccer player scoring at any time during the specified game. The player scored a goal during the game, and I received a message from Bovada informing me that they would only pay out 1/3 of the winnings (the language used in the message was that they were 'honoring 1/3 of the winnings), due to a mistake on the posted odds. This was not brought to light until well after the game, and after the wager was won. How can an online gambling company be in business when they change the odds after wagers are won? How can a player trust this type of activity? I would advise steering clear of this company?

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