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The answer is to not use a captcha, or use something in addition to it. Look to alternate methods such as hidden form fields that should never be filled in. Bots will most likely still fill them in, your validation will know immediately that it is a spammer. Another method would be the time based trigger. If a bot hits page then fills out a form, it will be ...
You are correct about betting being the issue. See Mailchimp knowledge base article on spam filters for a description of how spam filters work and what they look for. Can you remove the word betting from your daily emails and still make them understandable? That seems to be your only option.
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