Discuss promotions, industry happenings and other things here. I'll kick it off... Any of you guys ever use Fairlay? They're an exchange, similar to Betfair or Matchbook. Whoever is market-making there basically just copies Pinnacle's lines on any events that Pinnacle has, and with pretty decent limits, so there is value in this alone since Pinnacle can't be accessed from the US. But the cooler thing about their site is you can create a market on any event or prop yourself and then act as a market maker, although you don't have to make the market. So say you have some niche interest like American rugby. I put up a line on the Major League Rugby final as a test and actually got action on it from a random. They even graded it without me having to send in the result. You could even put up props for internet arguments to have someone put their money where their mouth is or anything you want really. The downside of Fairlay is that it's a Bitcoin-only book, so your balance is exposed to changes in Bitcoin price as well. It also is a somewhat clunky site that is not organized like other sports betting websites and takes a little bit to get used to. But it's a good book to have in the arsenal and I really like being able to create markets.