Time To Make Some Money as a Bookie With a Pay Per Head

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Sep/06/2017

The long wait is finally over for NFL gambling fans, with the official start of the 2017 season beginning Thursday†night with the Kansas City Chiefs playing in New England against the Patriots, followed by a full schedule of games on Sunday.

The Sunday ritual of watching the games at home or at the bar is Americaís new pastime, which also leads to an explosion in daily betting volumes throughout the betting world.Now since it is so easy to become a bookie and choose from an endless amount of bookmaker software programs, watching the games is not only enjoyable but now becomes a profitable business. On per head websites such as AcePerHead.com.

Now since it is so easy to become a bookie and choose from an endless amount of bookmaker software programs, watching the games is not only enjoyable but now becomes a profitable business. On per head websites such as AcePerHead.com, it takes literally 5 minutes to get set up with an agent account and they have various start-up promotional options, with the best one being up to as many as 7 free weeks.

Since football is a sport that predominately is bet on using spreads instead of MLB which is bet on using money lines, football season ends up becoming the most profitable time of year for bookies. The spread is your friend in football and even if a team like the New England Patriots goes 16-0 during the regular season, they can still go 0-16 against covering the spread.† So even though the general public is going to be betting heavy volumes weekly on the Patriots on straight bets, parlays, teasers and reverses, the bookies are still going to come out on top because the Patriots are not going to cover the spread each week.The NFL season is a much shorter season compared to all the other major sports and with a lot

The NFL season is a much shorter season compared to all the other major sports and with a lot less games played, which means every week is extremely important for bookies.† In order for agents to maximize profits as much as possible it is key to go with a pay per head website that has sharp lines, top of the line technology, protection against website failure and high quality customer service that can actually advice agents on their players and business model.† Going with the best may cost a couple extra dollars per week, but in the long run it will save you thousands because of sharper lines, more betting options, website efficiency and more personalized support.

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