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Dallas Area Bookies – Finding a Quality Pay Per Head Service

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Nov/06/2016

The Dallas area bookies will almost always be in high demand regardless of how well their teams perform.  Likewise, the need for a quality Pay Per Head service catering to this community will also be in high demand.  

The Appeal of Dallas for Area Bookies

Aside from being home to one of the most rabid sports fans in the world, Dallas has a certain amount of prosperity and a population base that make the city and surrounding region especially appealing to bookmakers.

With 1,281,047 people and 294 constituent neighborhoods, Dallas is the third largest community in Texas.

Dallas is home to one of the largest work forces involved in computers.  Dallas has mixed workforce of both blue-collar and white-collar jobs, many of whom hold professional positions.

Employers include American Airlines, Exxon Mobil (in nearby Irving), Energy Transfer Equity, AT&T, Southwest Airlines, J.C. Penney ,GameStop, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Frito-Lay, Rolex, Kimberly-Clark, Fluor Corporation and Energy Transfer Equity

It is  one of the most attractive larger cities for people who are young, single, educated, and upwardly-mobile career starters.  

Dallas is also a billionaire magnet.  Dallas is home to 18 of the Fortune 500 companies and 18 of the top wealth holders on Forbes Magazine's list of richest billionaires. If that’s not enough to convince you we’re rolling in money, listen to this: Dallas is second only to New York in its population of billionaire denizens.

Gambling911.com is a frequent visitor to the Dallas area. 

Dallas, Texas Team Fan Base

The Dallas Cowboys will typically have the largest fan and betting base in this region despite the popularity of area College Football teams.  As of Week 10 of the 2016 NFL season, the Cowboys were killing the books with only one loss and one failed cover.

Texas, Baylor, TCU and Texas A&M will have fan bases that stretch throughout this region.

The Texas Longhorns, in particular, should have a good College Basketball team in 2016.  Texas A&M and Baylor will also be competitive. 

Why Use a Pay Per Head

A Pay Per Head runs all aspect of the bookie business with the exception of handling financial transactions.  They charge a small weekly fee per customer (per head), often starting around $10.  In the long run, bookies and agents alike save money while minimizing the headaches involved in running such a business entirely on their own. .

Utilizing contracting services is common in many successful industries.  In the case of a local bookie, the Pay Per Head provides a prudent means of adding that necessary layer of security, not just to protect from savvy sports bettors, but also by minimizing the potential of becoming victimized by criminal elements. A known area bookie residence will typically mean “cash on hand”, sometimes lots of it.

Dallas Area Crime Stats

The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Dallas is 1 in 23.  This number increases dramatically for bookies due to the nature of their business.  Relative to Texas, Dallas has a crime rate that is higher than 88% of the state's cities and towns of all sizes but compared to other communities of similar population size, Dallas has a crime rate that is noticeably lower than the average.

Sports Bars Where Dallas Bookies Can Be Found

Christie’s Sports Bar, Chop Shop Sports Garage, Stan’s Blue Note, TNT Sports Page, Press Box Grill and Ojos Loco each rank among the top sports bars in Dallas according to the Observer.  Wherever there are sports, there will be bookies.  This includes the stadium. 

Dallas is also the birthplace of Dave & Busters.  

Bookmaking and the Law

Bookmaking is a misdemeanor in the state of Texas.  There is no express Internet prohibition.

Notorious Area Bookies

Read “The Bookmaker’s Wife” about one time Dallas mega bookmaker Robert Angleton convicted of killing his wife.

Dallas Mobster History

Whether fair or not, bookmaking is often synonymous with organized criminal activity.  Wise bookies stay clear of such associations as their high profile nature increase the chance of prosecution. 

Carlo Piranio, a native of Sicily, immigrated to the U.S. circa 1901 with his brother Joseph. They first settled in Shreveport, Louisiana. Carlo began the Dallas faction of the American Mafia in 1921 with Joseph as his underboss. Source: Wikipedia

Joseph Civello assumed control of the Dallas Crime family in 1956, when Joseph Piranio died at age 78.

After Civello's death in 1970, the FBI listed the Dallas Family as inactive though Joseph Campisi, a long time capo, would ultimately assume control of the family in 1973.  He was awarded a certificate from the City of Dallas for outstanding community service and would ultimately die in 1990 from a heart attack he suffered when chasing a busboy out of his restaurant for stealing money from him.

Your Teams Odds to Win – November 6, 2016

Cowboys to win the 2017 Super Bowl: 11-1 (dropping)

Texas A&M to win 2017 College Football Championship: 250-1

Texas to win 2017 NCAA College Basketball Championship: 40-1

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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