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    by Published on 10-28-2020 04:16 PM  Number of Views: 296 

    The 2020 NFL Draft from Thursday, April 23 through Saturday, April 25 presents an excellent betting opportunity for private bookies working with a quality pay per head site. As quiet as things are right now in the absence of live sporting events, this year’s draft should prove to be the biggest sports betting event of the spring.

    There is no limit to the amount of draft props you can post on your NFL betting board as an independent sports bookmaker. Your PPH service should be able to provide everything you need to rival what the big commercial online sportsbooks have on their draft board.

    As a private bookie, you also have the option to create your own prop bet options tailored to your sports betting customer base. This is a one-time event to cash-in on when things are rather lean, so you should be pulling out all the stops to make it even bigger than it appears.

    Prop bet options for the NFL draft can be broken down into different categories as follows:

    Individual Player Props

    Your goal as a private bookmaker is to create as much interest as possible for each category. Highlighting the actual draft position for the most popular players should add a spark to the player prop options.

    Maybe you put a very favorable number on former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow not being the first overall pick in the opening round. Along with odds to be the first player off the board at their position add in OVER/UNDER options for when each of these top prospects do come off the board.

    Since there is so much emphasis on the first 32 picks of Thursday’s opening round, work with your pay per head site to feature players all the way into the second and third round on Friday.

    Individual Conference Props

    These are props tied to the five major football conferences. The OVER/UNDER on how many offensive players will be drafted from LSU in the first round? A YES/NO option for more defensive players drafted between Clemson and Alabama in the first round.

    The only restriction here is your imagination. Take a closer look at what some of the big commercial online sportsbooks have posted and then add in some unique options on your board. Look to include a few props for Mid Major conferences to help expand the appeal.

    Individual Position Props

    The OVER/UNDER on total quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs taken in the first round are the most common examples of position props. This is another category that can be expanded in a number of different ways.

    You can include all the positions on either side of the ball. Pit total defensive picks vs. offensive picks for the opening round. Anything that creates more interest from your overall betting base will help drive the overall draft handle.

    Other Betting Options

    This category can include any prop option that falls outside the realm of the three covered above. This is going to be a virtual draft with live coverage from key player’s living rooms and personal homes. This creates the stage for major technical issues that may arise. Will a player curse on live TV? Will their pet dog or cat jump on the couch with them?

    Mom’s crying, dad’s crying, a crowd of way more than 10 people stuffed into the family room will all be part of this year’s drama. Why not let your customers bet on all of it?

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    by Published on 10-22-2020 09:39 PM  Number of Views: 339 

    There is some serious history behind this AFC West rivalry. It wasn’t all that long ago that Denver QB Peyton Manning led the Broncos to seven straight wins over the Chiefs.

    Since Manning left, the tide has turned and Kansas City head coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs have owned the series. KC has now won nine in a row, the last four with QB Patrick Mahomes under center.

    Will it be more of the same in Week 7?

    Game: Kansas City Chiefs (5-1, 4-2 ATS) at Denver Broncos (2-3, 4-1 ATS)

    When: 4:25 PM ET, Sunday, October 25, 2020

    Where: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

    Current Line: KC -9.5 Total: 45.5

    TV Coverage: CBS

    Broncos Winning Streak

    Denver has won two straight after losing its first three games of the season. Last week, the Broncos went to New England, didn’t score a touchdown, and still won 18-12. Kicker Brandon McManus kicked six field goals and the Broncos defense played well.

    When playing the Chiefs though, teams have to be prepared to score. Kansas City averages over 29 points per game. In the two games with the Chiefs last year, Denver managed a grand total of nine points.

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    Denver QB Drew Lock came back after a shoulder injury and played last week. That’s good news for the Broncos. Guard Dalton Risner, tight end Andrew Beck, and WR Diontae Spencer all missed practice on Wednesday. All are listed as questionable for Sunday.

    Full Go for Chiefs

    Kansas City will have most of its full contingent of stars on hand for Sunday. Only WR Sammy Watkins will be out of the lineup. Plus, recent pickup Le’Veon Bell might be ready to go for the first time as a Chief.

    There is no question the better roster belongs to Kansas City. The big difference though comes from above - head coach Andy Reid.

    As the head coach in Kansas City, Reid’s teams have excelled in each of the following situations:

    Playing on the Road: 37-19-1 ATS

    Playing in the Division: 28-15-1 ATS

    The Chiefs will be on the road in the AFC West Division on Sunday. How have they fared in those games under Reid? 16-5 ATS. That is a solid record and one worth backing with our freepick

    A look at Kansas City’s recent record against the spread and its ATS record when playing Denver cements this pick. The Chiefs are 13-2 ATS in their last 15 games. In the series with Denver, Kansas City is 8-1 ATS in the last nine games.

    We can also take a look at the Chiefs performance against the spread in games played at Denver. In the last six Chiefs-Broncos games played in the Mile High city, take a guess at Kansas City’s ATS record.

    Anything lower than 6-0 ATS is wrong. Yes, it’s a 9.5-point spread at sportsbooks, but Denver averages just 20 points a game and only managed nine points against the Chiefs in two games last year. The only blip on the Chiefs radar is a Week Five loss to the Raiders, also a divisional opponent.

    Stick with the Chiefs and their head coach who dominates in this type of game.

    NFL Free Pick: CHIEFS -9.5
    by Published on 10-16-2020 10:05 AM  Number of Views: 304 

    Should bookies give a cryptocurrency deposit bonus? Here is what we know, and here is what studies have proven. Today’s online gambler prefers paying, and getting paid in cryptocurrency by a 10-1 margin, over any other method. Players love this feature, and they will look for an online bookie that offers this. Are you offering this? Better question – Are you online? If you are not online, then you must get online today. There is no reason to not have an online presence and we will show you why you have every reason to be online.

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    by Published on 10-08-2020 10:57 AM  Number of Views: 358 

    Week 5 in the NFL is somewhat in flux, with COVID-19-related postponements of some games still possible. In addition, key players continue to test positive and are being held out of action, potentially impacting outcomes.
    Following NFL Week 4, six teams were still undefeated, with five of them playing in Week 5. The Green Bay Packers are one of the two teams with a scheduled bye week. The Steelers and Titans, both 3-0, return to action after their Week 4 game was postponed to Oct. 25.


    Big Spreads, Big Picks
    Only three favorites face point spreads of less than six points, with three teams favored by double digits. In the closest game of the week, Indianapolis is a 1.5-point favorite on the road at Cleveland. Both teams are 3-1 and have recovered with three straight wins after opening-week losses.
    While the Browns' record is impressive, especially for Cleveland, the wins are all against 1-3 teams. The Colts are coming off a win over the previously undefeated Bears. They also have the league's best scoring defense, giving up just 14 points a game.

    Indianapolis, led by quarterback Philip Rivers, is 3-0 against the spread since an opening-week loss to Jacksonville. The Browns' feasts on weak defenses and wins over second-division teams come to an end this week. The visiting Colts should easily cover the small spread on their way to a big win for bettors looking for a free pick.
    Biggest Spread
    The biggest spread of Week 5 is 4-0 Kansas City being 12.5-point favorites against the 2-2 Las Vegas Raiders.
    The Chiefs have a 3-1 record against the spread, 2-0 in games at home at Arrowhead Stadium. The Raiders are giving up 30 points a game, while the Chiefs' defense allows just 17.5 points a game.
    After a strong start, the Raiders have lost their last two games, failing to cover either time. The Chiefs are on a roll on both sides of the ball. I like the defending champs to win big and cover to put a stranglehold on the AFC West.

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    Tennessee (3-0) is again scheduled to take on an undefeated team, this time playing host to the 4-0 Buffalo Bills. The Bills are favored by 8.5 points, a big line considering the Titans haven't lost a game. But Buffalo is 3-1 against the spread, while Tennessee has yet to cover in its three close wins.

    The combined records of the Titans' three opponents is 3-9, and their average margin of victory is two points. Top handicappers know the Bills' schedule hasn't been that much stronger, but they have a win over the NFC West-contending Rams. Against a depleted Titans team, I like the chances of the Bills to win and cover on Sunday.

    The Rams head east to take on Washington, which just benched second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Washington, a seven-point underdog at home, has struggled offensively under Haskins. It now turns to Kyle Allen to try to generate some offense against the Rams.
    Washington will be breaking in a new quarterback against a ferocious pass rush. What could possibly go wrong for the home team? Take the Rams and give the points.
    by Published on 10-08-2020 09:05 AM  Number of Views: 68 

    Sports betting legalization
    has been a topic that has been on the table many times and for many years. There is no question or doubt that the US betting market is one of the biggest and most profitable in the world, and that’s why offshore gambling is so strong, but, even though some states have made gambling legal, or at least have been open to that idea, offshore operators remain strong for different reasons, and even appear to have grown and consolidated, in many cases.

    There was a certain fear in recent years, that offshore operators could weaken or even disappear, once the United States authorities started opening up to legal gambling. As always, change causes that fear, but it also brings opportunity, and sports betting is so big and strong, that offshore operators never really felt threatened by these changes, but on the other hand took the opportunity to improve and evolve, making their players feel safe and rewarded, and thus generating trust and confidence.

    Offshore gambling is safe for the near future

    There is no need to worry if you’re in the offshore gambling business, if you’re thinking about joining, or if you’re just a loyal customer. Evolution and change are inevitable, and yes, once state authorities start opening up and allowing legal betting, things will probably shift and adjust, but that does not mean that offshore operators will necessarily be affected in a negative way by these changes.

    Sports betting is one of the biggest and most profitable industries in the world, and this means that it will not die, weaken or disappear, it is America’s favorite past time, and as such, it will remain for many, many years.

    Offshore operators have this certainty and have been able to pass it on to their customers, they have been able to adjust and improve, to include the latest technologies in their platforms, to expand to more people and services, to offer a wider variety of products and markets, and to make the online betting experience the best it can be.

    We have seen a shift in the way people bet, live betting is now the main source of volume and excitement for players, live streaming, virtual gaming, e-Sports and different products that are now in players’ top of mind. Mobile betting is also a must right now for any bookmaker out there, being able to place your action right from the game or just on the go, knowing that you can place your bets at any time and from anywhere you can get an internet connection.
    So, to summarize, it’s not really where you are right now, but what you can offer. If you’re doing things right, then your players will be able to enjoy your product, they will remain loyal, they’ll keep playing, whether you’re operating offshore or not. In fact, being away gives even more advantages about privacy and data safety, so, whatever happens from now on, things are safe for offshore operators.

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    by Published on 10-01-2020 04:58 AM  Number of Views: 221 

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    by Published on 09-29-2020 10:26 AM  Number of Views: 206 

    There are seven undefeated teams entering Week 4 of the NFL season, and two of them
    will face each other this week. Of the other five 3-0 squads, only four are favorites, with
    the other one a surprising home underdog at top online sportsbooks.


    Hot as a Firecracker

    Atlanta (0-3) at Green Bay (3-0) (-7.5): The Packers are averaging 41 points a game,
    win by 12 points, and are 3-0 against the spread. The Falcons average 30 points a game
    but have blown big fourth-quarter leads in their last two games. That point spread looks
    low and might go up by the time the game kicks off.
    Seattle (3-0) (-6.5) at Miami (1-2): Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been
    spectacular, completing 79 of 103 passes for 925 yards and 14 touchdowns. He's also
    run the ball for 90 yards on 14 carries to lead Seattle to 37 points a game. Seattle is the
    only undefeated team other than the Steelers to beat the spread in every game.
    Pittsburgh (3-0) (-1.5) at Tennessee (3-0): Both of these undefeated teams have
    scored 80 points through their first three games. The Titans' wins are by a total of just six
    points, and they've failed to cover the spread this season. After missing the playoffs in
    2019, the Steelers have looked solid, winning by at least five points in every game.
    Last time we brought you NFL Week 2 betting tips and went 2-1. Check them out.

    Surprise, Surprise

    Buffalo (3-0) (-2.5) at Las Vegas (2-1): The only time the Bills failed to cover the spread
    this season was on the road against the Dolphins. They got a late score to beat the
    Rams last week at home and cover the two-point line. The Raiders have looked good in
    beating and covering against the Saints at home, and the Bills are vulnerable.
    Indianapolis (2-1) (-2.5) at Chicago (3-0): The Bears can't get any respect, despite a
    come-from-behind 30-26 win over the Falcons. After a disappointing loss to Jacksonville
    to start the season, the Colts are on a roll.

    Both teams are 2-1 against the spread, so something will have to give in Chicago.
    Disrespect the Bears at your own peril, they look a little different in the 2020 NFL

    It Looks a Lot Like 2019

    New England (2-1) at Kansas City (3-0): Tom Brady is in Tampa Bay, but it's hard to
    tell from the way the Patriots have started the season.
    Meanwhile, Kansas City appears to be on track to repeat as Super Bowl champion. The
    Chiefs failed to cover in a close win at the Chargers, but otherwise are making it look
    easy. Unless Brady shows up at halftime, the Patriots will have a tough time in Kansas

    How Bad is the NFC East?

    The teams in the NFC East are a combined 2-9-1 and just 2-10 against the spread. This
    week, they all play 2-1 teams, with the Cowboys the only favorite, by four points over
    Cleveland. Considering Dallas is 0-3 against the spread, it looks like betting against the
    entire division wouldn't be a bad idea.

    Last year, Philadelphia won the division with a 9-7 record, mainly due to the weakness of
    the division. It looks like 2020 won't be much kinder to the NFC East.
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