Pinnacle Sports Bookmaker Review

Pinnacle Sports Bookmaker Review

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You might not have heard of Pinnacle Sports because they’re an offshore bookmaker but please don’t switch off just because you’ve not seen an advert for them on your TV screen at half time. They are an excellent established Bookmaker who have been around since 1998 and have become one of the world’s largest, fully licensed, online sports books.

Nearly always best price

If you are serious about betting and the sports you bet on include football, tennis or any American Sports then having a Pinnacle Sports account is a must. I’m sure you are aware how important getting the best price is and although Pinnacle aren’t listed on Oddschecker  (I believe they don’t feel it benefits them for the cost) they are more often than not offering the best price for match odds on any football or tennis match. Test it out and check for yourself.

In addition to this Pinnacle won’t penalize you for only taking their odds when they are best price like other bookmakers sometimes do. Pinnacle offer most markets with between 1 and 2.5% because they are confident in their pricing and this is why they feel they can offer customers the best odds. They also take notice of winners and use these bettors to help them price more effectively.

Many sports covered e.g. Football, Tennis and all US Sports

They offer a wide range of US and European sports, and even include the newly emerging darts but there’s no horse racing unfortunately. The depth in the markets available can be quite limited but Asian handicap markets are a big part of the site and they also offer parlays (accumulators). Perhaps they will look at adding more markets in the future but they like to concentrate on accurate pricing of the main markets. They are also aimed at the more serious bettor who is planning to make a return from their betting and so the novelty or fun bets would have limited appeal to Pinnacle’s existing members.

Pinnacle don’t ban winners

In addition to offering great odds and the fact that they won’t ban you if you are a winner, they also very rarely limit your stakes. Some markets do have global limits but these limits are usually well into the thousands and won’t trouble the majority of us.

The site doesn’t have that familiar bookmaker look but give it a little time for your eyes to adjust as it will be well worth it. In some ways the look and layout of the site emphasizes the fact that you are having your bets taken by a bookmaker who wants to take bets from serious bettors and is quite a welcome change from not the multicolor flashing “we want your money” approach.

Simple no frills layout

The site is simple and pretty easy to use but it may take European users a while to get used to the American terminology e.g.  We think that the layout and usability could be improved and perhaps include search functionality so you can find the markets you want quicker. We’d also like to see an improvement to the way the site lists your bet history. Something like the analysis provided by Betfair where you can also export to excel would be great.

In play betting

Pinnacle does offer in-play betting but not unlike other bookmakers the odds get suspended frequently and price changes in between bets can be quite annoying. This is often a problem found with most bookmakers though and it is a good alternative for Australian punters who aren’t allowed to bet in play on Betfair.

Scanned identification required

Pinnacle also request that you scan in some kind of identification before withdrawing. This can be a passport or birth certificate and although this is a little inconvenient it demonstrates just how seriously they take security issues. The only other drawback is that you can only make one free withdrawal a month and any subsequent withdrawals are charged at £12. Again this is unlikely to be a problem for the serious bettors amongst us but it’s obviously important to take this into consideration when working out how best to manage your funds.

Excellent betting articles

Another thing to note about Pinnacle Sports is the Betting Articles section. In here you’ll find lots of useful nuggets and in depth thought provoking information to fuel your inquisitive minds. Ther are some excellent insights and useful advice to help you with your betting such as this one about how the weather can affect the outcome.

Queries to Pinnacle are usually handled by email and ourselves at betting tools have always had prompt responses to any contact we’ve made. The email address for contacting Pinnacle customer services is We’re yet to find anyone who’s had a bad experience with Pinnacle but if you have please let us know and we’ll also help you resolve it.

Mobile optimized website

Pinnacle also recently unveiled a mobile app version of the website so you can now get the best odds on the run too. It is actually a mobile optimized version of the website rather than an app so should be available on all devices. I myself was particularly pleased about this as I’d previously found trying to place a bet by zooming into the web site in my browser near on impossible.

Some people don’t like to have too many bookmakers accounts as they find it difficult to manage but this one is a must have even if it’s your only one. Pinnacle does have some down sides but the upsides far outweigh these and using Pinnacle Sports is one of best ways to help you profit from sports betting. If you don’t have an account with Pinnacle Sports we highly recommend creating one.

CLICK HERE to join Pinnacle Sports.

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