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Old 12-03-2013, 10:42 AM   #11
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For NHPLAY and New York residents...

Once again , the player gets hit..

http://www.drf.com/news/new-york-add...tate-companies
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:23 PM   #12
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Mike,

This will apply to those betting via AmWager, or ANY out of state licensed ADW. It's been some time coming, and now it's here (January 1).

The short-sightedness, and political 'back-rubbing' will hurt overall handle in New York, for those people who bet enough that rebates are significant. I think most out-of-state ADWs (like AmWager and the majors like Twinspires, XpressBet, TVG, etc) are still booking New York residents, and not closing account like in Pennsylvania. Have you heard differently?

But this wipes out a large portion of rebates for most tracks' WPS pools, while cutting in half (or less) the exotic rebates.

Short sighted law if you ask me ...

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Old 12-03-2013, 02:42 PM   #13
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Ted..

Spoke to Gary at NHPLAY .... accounts will stay open..
But any kind of a "reward" for win betters will be gone unless you like tracks
Albuquerque , Arapahoe , Assiniboia...ETC

I know quite a few players that bet heavily and relies on rebates to just get above even...

It makes this game that much harder

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Old 12-03-2013, 06:27 PM   #14
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The big picture is that states and cities are hard pressed to stay afloat and no one wants to hear about a new tax. They then go after the easy marks. I understand why they do it but it doesn't make you feel any better.

As I enjoy my time here I do not wish to get into a discussion about taxation. Nuff said.
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:03 AM   #15
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New York State Fees on ADWs

Here's how I feel about the new fees imposed on out-of-state ADWs by New York politicians, (thereby reducing rewards):
Politicians. like diapers, should be changed often - for the exact same reason!
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Old 10-18-2018, 08:20 AM   #16
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JUst need to know how to transfer my meager funds from Twinspires to NHpay and I'm in. Mind if I use Ted's name?
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Old 10-18-2018, 09:25 AM   #17
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Clinton,

Here is the NHPLAY Signup page: https://nhplay.com/apply.cfm for when you feel ready. They'll contact you and go over things, get you set up with the right ADW, presumably Amwager given where you live and how much you currently wager. They can also advise you how to fund your account.

Sure, use my name as referral - I confess I and Paceandcap.com make a few dollars annually out of that.

HOWEVER, you should keep a few dollars in TwinSpires because Amwager does not carry any Churchill Downs owned or managed tracks (CD and thus this year's Breeders' Cup, Fairgrounds, Arlington, a few others).

I am working on integrating a bunch of Amwager stuff into RDSS, just like TwinSpires, but that will be sometime next year (results, live odds, wager submission, wager tracking, replays).

Good luck in your new wagering career! I'll leave it to you to share (or not) with folks how your bankroll is doing lately

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Did that they called gave me their verbal tutorial at the worst time. 2nd at Penn National I had the 581 and should have hit. Trying to listen to the guy on the phone and i forgot to bet yep $44 Exacta hit.
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Did that they called gave me their verbal tutorial at the worst time. 2nd at Penn National I had the 581 and should have hit. Trying to listen to the guy on the phone and i forgot to bet yep $44 Exacta hit.

Ohh, well at least you know how to find those prices (and will do again, I'm sure)!! I'm going to phone Gary (from NHPLAY) and tell him he owes you $44!

(Just kidding, they're great guys...)

Onwards and upwards Clinton!

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Old 11-12-2018, 03:08 AM   #20
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I know the original question is a few years old.

"Reasonable fees" refers mainly to the charge for a returned ACH, wire, or check. It also refers to the case where the customer refuses to make good the NSF, and NHPlay needs to take legal action to recover the money due. Essentially, if your deposits always clear your bank, you don't need to worry about any fees. If one of your deposits fails to clear for whatever reason, and you take care of it promptly, the most they'll charge you is whatever their bank charged them for the returned ACH/wire/check. Of course you'll have to pay whatever fees your own bank charges you.
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