Betting on the NFL 2011: Online Bookies Expect Big Surge This Weekend

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Don Shapiro
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Betting on the NFL 2011

With two more weeks to go until kickoff, betting on the NFL for the new 2011 season is expected to surge starting this weekend as antsy sports bettors begin opening accounts. 

Online betting sites like BetDSI.comhave brought in triple the number of employees in order to handle the deluge brought on both via the Web and over the phone. 

“It will be a bit of a zoo around here this weekend but the next two weekends will be absolutely nuts,” a BetDSI.com spokesperson told Gambling911.com.

BetDSI.com is part of the biggest sportsbook conglomerate catering to the North American sports bettor. 

A handful of Internet sportsbooks have stopped accepting wagers from US citizens this year due to issues with credit card payment processing.  BetDSI is preparing to handle the massive influx of new and existing customers searching for betting opportunities on the 2011 NFL.

This year, more than any previous, BetDSI and other online sportsbooks are encouraging new customers to utilize the online chat assistance tools when attempting to deposit via credit card due to the limited payment processing availability.  BetDSI.com has also revamped its product offering with mobile sports betting (now accounting for more than 20 percent of all wagers), live in-progress gambling and a 20 percent signup bonus

“We’re ready!  Bring it on!” the spokesperson asserted. 

Lines on all Week 1 games, futures and team OVER/UNDER regular season losses were available for betting at BetDSI.com as were division and odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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