You can find a bookie in Baltimore and its Canton neighborhood by following some simple tips, the most important of which is that said bookie must utilize Pay Per Head software featuring LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING via a customized website.
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Where to Find a Bookie
Bookies can be found in sports bars and pool halls.
Hudson Street Stackhouse and Smaltimore are two sports bars worth visiting in this neighborhood.
Canton’s average rents hover near $2200 a month.
When the area rust belt died down, so too did Canton. That was over 15 years ago. Today it is yuppies, retired couples, divorcees and those desiring a harbor-front condominium.
Bookie Personality Traits
Your bookie won’t be one of those snowflake types. He or she is blue collar through and through. If new to town, it might be tough to understand your bookie as Baltimoreans speak with an unusual accent (Blieve Hon). He or she probably has a bunch of kids too and needs to support them by holding up a second job in addition to bookmaking, probably at one of the city’s many top manufacturing plants. He or she will come across as a bit rough around the edges as, no matter where in the city one might reside, Baltimore is plagued by violence (see “The Wire”). Bookies will be more apt to utilize a Pay Per Head here in order to avoid any identifying features that might otherwise make them an attraction to would be thugs. He or she will typically be drinking a beer and eating crabs when you meet up to get paid.
The first professional sports organization in the United States, The Maryland Jockey Club, was formed in Baltimore in 1743.
Neighborhood Fan Base
All you need to know here is that every neighborhood bleeds purple and orange. No matter their ups or downs, Baltimore residents support their Ravens no matter what.
- Ean Lamb, Gambling911com