I Need a Bookie in Maryland for the Super Bowl

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/03/2018

Bookies are plentiful throughout the state of Maryland.  This is due to a decades-long crackdown on Internet gamblng sites that led many such companies to stop accepting business from the state.

Local bookies will need to rely heavily on a Pay Per Head that offers an extensive list of Super Bowl prop bets, LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING and customizable lines in addition to a LIVE DEALER casino and horse racing platform. 

PayPerHeadAgents.com is one such Pay Per Head business.

From PayPerHeadAgents:

"Remove the manual hassle of day-to-day operations from your to-do list. Professional oddsmakers keep your lines sharp, experienced personnel keep your clients happy and cutting-edge software does everything automatically. Let us take care of the boring stuff so you can focus on what's important to you.

"Offer your players just about every bet type in the market: Straight bets, teasers, parlays, moneylines, round robins, if bets, futures, and more…

"If you’ve ever wondered how major sportsbooks line their pockets with money, then this is the secret you’ve been waiting to discover. It’s simple: The more bet types you offer, the more your players can bet which means more money for you."

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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