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Is Your Bookie Business Ready for Baseball Season?

Written by:
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Published on:
Mar/31/2017

On April 2nd baseball returns and we will once again hear the crack of the bat and roar of the crowds as America's pastime hits the stadiums and our televisions screens.

Opening Day is Coming

With the beginning of the season comes an opportunity for every agent to generate some profits, but, this depends on which pay per head service they decide to work with.

Iíve heard time and again how it is impossible to make money from baseball, and yet every year hundreds of agents utilizing AcePerHeadís services manage to do just that. Granted, most profits are made during the first half of the season, the second half offers some good opportunities as well with teams who cannot sustain their winning trends and those that seem to get their second wind.

An important aspect in generating profits from this sport lies in the MLB betting software that your service uses. On the surface, all pay per head shops appear to have very similar software platforms, but, a closer look reveals some despairing differences.

For example, a top of the line baseball betting software will allow you to post and manage alternative lines, props, first five innings and live betting odds easily, some features are largely automated which cuts down on time and the likelihood of mistakes.

Baseball is a tricky sport to handicap, some lines move considerably throughout the day and for those less experienced line movers the risk of allowing players to middle you is a real threat. This risk is minimized with access to relevant line information, which shows the line mover how much has been wagered on a given line and by who.

Now a day, the use of Asian handicap lines has become more and more popular, and having an MLB betting software capable of supporting these, opens new markets for agents to expand into, albeit tapping into this niche is difficult unless you have strong connections to the Asian market.

Agents on the other hand also need to look for specific traits in any baseball betting platform, these traits are found specifically in the reporting. This is something that AcePerHead.com recognizes and values, which is why they offer the best up to the minute baseball reports available. For agent, knowing their position in a game is crucial to managing their business, knowing which players are damaging your bottom line consistently and having the ability to not just identify but to take immediate action to correct or curtail the damage can mean the difference between a good and a terrible week.

The agent backend of AcePerHead.comís software allows every agent to adjust player wager limits, enable or disable player accounts, increase permanently or temporarily a playerís credit limit and it also provides the capability for an agent to manage his/her odds directly.

Flexibility and stability are key factors in determining whether a software platform is mediocre, good or excellent. Innovation is also a factor, a software that can offer endless betting options including in-game betting odds for every single game on a daily basis, and all of this can be found when you work with Ace Pay Per Head the industry technology and service leader.

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