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How Working With A Quality PPH Service Can Change Your Life

Pay Per HeadOne of the great things to come out of the computer age is that it is now easier than ever to get down a bet on a football game…or a baseball game, or any other sport that you might take a fancy to… at any time you might feel the urge to wager.

The local bookmaker especially can profit from these new innovations because, for the first time ever, your players are able to wager on sports around the clock from any location where Internet access in available.

Even though you have been working long hard hours to stay on top of your business, no bookie can be available to his players around the clock.  That is where the 24/7 call center becomes so important.  Continue Reading →

Oddsmakers Pull Johnny Football Off The Board

Johnny FootballJohnny Football is ‘off the board’ for the time being. Manziel is finding out that life under the microscope of fame is not all that it is cracked up to be. They just don’t let up… and Johnny has not exactly been keeping what we would call a low profile.

Now Johnny Football is under fire for reportedly taking money in exchange for signing his name to pictures, footballs and the like. To date no one has presented any actual proof that he took the money but the rumor mills are running at full capacity and speculation abounds.

In the meantime, the sportsbooks, both in Nevada and offshore, have been taking down the odds for Texas A&M for the NCAA “Games of the Year” and their odds to win the BCS Championship have been bumped up from +1200 to +1500… for now. Continue Reading →

Tiger Roars At Firestone

Tiger WoodsFor those of you wondering if Tiger Woods would ever get his game (life) back on track, you can quit wondering.  The Tiger is back… in dominate fashion. He won the Bridgestone Invitational by an impressive 7 strokes in a victory which marked the eighth win for Woods at Bridgestone.

The big Las Vegas Sports Books had Woods listed at 4-to-1 at the start of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational played at the beautiful Firestone Country Club near Akron, Ohio.  Phil Mickelson, coming off of his impressive win at Muirfield in the British Open, went off at 12-to-1 and US Open winner Adam Scott was at 15-to-1 a tee off time.

Keegan Bradley and Swedish golfer Henrik Stenson were given 30-to-1 Continue Reading →

Summer’s Most Intriguing Pro Football Prop Wagers

NFLIt’s only the first week in August and already pro football bettors are chomping at the bit for another exciting NFL season to begin. While some players might be a bit hesitant about wagering on pre-season games, the intriguing props being offered this summer by some of the big Las Vegas books are most alluring.

Much has been written about how the top quarter backs will perform in the 2013-2014 football season. Is that one getting too old….is this on still too young….is this guy ever going to live up to the hype? It goes on every pre-season and is perennially one of the most popular summer props with NFL bettors.

Green Bay Packers Aaron Rogers has proven himself to be one of the brightest and most durable quarterbacks in the league today and the Packers have rewarded him justly with a new contract paying him over $20 million annually for his services. Last year Rogers completed 39 passes for touchdowns after throwing for 45 TD’s back in 2011.

The books have Aaron Rogers involved with at least 8 different QB vs. QB matchups for next year and most are already drawing action.  Top choices include Rogers as 3.5 TD favorite over Tom Brady, 1.5 favorite over Drew Brees and 7.5 TD favorite over Giants quarterback Eli Manning.

When the Buffalo Bills made E.J. Manuel the first quarterback to be chosen in the 2013 NFL Draft it came as a surprise to many.  However, Manuel seems well on his way to winning the Bills QB position over Kevin Kolb and becoming a major role player in football at Buffalo for some time to come.

The former Florida State University star started out at +1200 to become the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year.  In the week’s preceding the kickoff of pre-season play, that number has moved all the way down to +600 as reports from training camp continue to be very positive on E. J. Manuel.

Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings was an inspiration to us all last year making his incredible comeback after the apparently devastating knee injury he suffered on national TV the year before.  He managed to rack up 2,097 yards last year but this season the bar is set a bit lower for Peterson at 1,750 Total Rushing Yards for the season.  So far over 80% of the wagers on this prop have been on the over.

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