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BetPhoenix Website Down Down Down... And Out

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Oct/02/2009
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BetPhoenix.com, an online sportsbook out of Costa Rica, may finally get their online act together come Tuesday of next week.  That's when the company is set to unveil its new website, although Gambling911.com was not aware of the specific improvements that have been made.

For now it's:  "Database Error: Unable to connect to the database:Could not connect to MySQL" as customers continue to report problems accessing the site.

BetPhoenix is one of the newer offshore sports betting companies but they're also well regarded by some of the most established bookmakers in Costa Rica.  The company has spared little expense in bringing in the best industry talent available including a top-of-the-line bookie who sadly passed away over the summer.  BetPhoenix is also known for pretty fast and reliable payouts. 

Now if only they could invest in better IT.

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