Its called business.. Most bigger British run books have a hold of 7-10% a year running their book like this.. Comparing that to losing money like most Caribian books or having a 2-3% hold, like the best Caribian books have, doesnīt make it too hard too understand why Canbet is now under "British" management.. They couldnīt care less about people crying about too low limits or too high juice(as squares never notice these things anyway), they care about making as much money as possible, as any business do, and they have a huge square base(they are big in Europe too) to do it from, and dont need any sharps cutting into their profit. If you dont like it, we can just go somewhere else... We can make as much fun as we want of the British run books like Bet365, Willhill, and Ladbrokes, but facts are that they are making tons of money running their business this way, compared to other none-British shops who is giving "free" money away on bonusses, low vig, high limits for sharps and so on.. Its all about making as much money as possible.. I belive its as simple as that..