Own an Online Sportsbook in the LA Area

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Want to own a customized online sportsbook in the LA area and rest of Southern California?  Now you can thanks to AcePerHead.com.

AcePerHead.com is to the Pay Per Head industry what free online poker rooms are to the real play Web poker rooms when it comes to their FREE 6 WEEK TRIAL.

The fresh new concept is essentially a social media Pay Per Head platform that allows individuals to set up their very own sportsbook offering futures and game props as well as FREE IN-PLAY WAGERING.  Once you are ready to go all-in, the payment is a few dollars per customer per week.

AcePerHead.com is an excellent complimentary product for sports handicappers as well.

Do LA Focused Bookies Have an Edge in 2017-2018?

At 60-1 odds of winning the NCAA College Football Championship game, watch for plenty of future bets and regular weekly backing of the Bruins in 2017. 

UCLA expects to have another successful College Basketball season as well.

Now about those Rams....


- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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