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Omaha Bookies: Each Rake in Around $30K a Week in Profits Claim Experts

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jun/19/2015
Omaha Bookies: Each Rake in Around $30K a Week in Profits Claim Experts

(Gambling911.com Bookie Wire) - Omaha, Nebraska became a household name prior to the 2014 Super Bowl thanks to Peyton Manning’s play calling, but did you know this city of just over 430,000 is home to some 25 large-size bookmaking businesses, none of which can totally handle the mass demand of sports bettors, especially during College Football season.

Omaha has long been a haven for mobsters, a well-kept secret up until now. Did you know that by mid-century, Omaha had a reputation for more illicit gambling per capita than any other city in the nation?  It’s true.

The Midwestern corn-belt city has long served as a layoff center for sports betting where bookies from other cities could place wagers to help balance action and nominalize the amount of risk.   Today’s big time bookmaking businesses are each estimated to take in around $30,000 per week, with that number skyrocketing during the College Football season.  Pay Per Head outfits the likes of AcePerHead.com will trip over each other to get a piece of this market share.

Bookies may have it easy this College Football season as the Nebraska Cornhuskers are listed with long 110/1 odds of winning the 2016 BCS Championship.  – Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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