Free Pay Per Head Super Bowl 52

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Oct/07/2017

What better time to operate your very own free Pay Per Head than during the Super Bowl when everybody in the universe will be placing small bets even though a vast majority of these individuals won’t even know what teams are playing or even what sport is being played.

Super Bowl 52 will be here before you know it.

Companies like AcePerHead.com are to the Pay Per Head industry what free online poker rooms are to the real play Web poker rooms.

“They essentially drive in those interested in starting their own sites and ultimately will begin charging for upgrades,” notes Payton O’Brien of Gambling911.com.  “It’s similar to most of the online poker sites that allow you to play for free in order to get your feet wet then you can start playing for real money via credit card or Bitcoin deposits.”

In other words, free pay per head sites are more of a marketing tool than anything else, then, once your FREE 6 WEEK TRIAL has ended, it's time to start running your own online sportsbooks like the masters.

The following options are available:

   Real-time, 24/7 snapshot of your status

    Offer the sharpest, up-to-date lines in sports

    Choose the sports and events you will offer

    Set limits by sport and wager type

    Set rules on parlays and teasers

    Use real-time reporting on players, winnings, and losses

    Superior infrastructure and redundancy guarantee 99.99% up-time

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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