Top Pay Per Head for Bookies, Agents in Massachusetts

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The Patriots continue, not only winning, but covering the spread on a regular basis.  They finished the 2017 regular season 11-5 Against The Spread.

A top pay per head servicing the Massachusetts area is TopPayPerHead.com.

TopPayPerHead.com is a full service Pay Per Head Solution being offered at just $4 per head or less.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available.

Bookies and agents servicing the New England region, including Massachusetts, would certainly have cut their losses using a Pay Per Head.  Loss leaders like LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING and an online casino would have ensured a small profit up to this point.  Without the backing of a PPH, local books will most certainly be in the red.

The Patriots were early favorites to win Super Bowl 52.  TopPayPerHead.com will be offering tons of prop bets that should help reduce the losses incurred from future bets should the Pats repeat as Super Bowl champions.

Needless-to-say, bookies in this region trying to operate independently have long suffered.

The Pats are not the only game in town.  Massachusetts sports bettors enjoy wagering on their local teams year round with NHL and Baseball, not to mention what has become one of the better teams in the NBA, the Boston Celtics.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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