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Bookie Tips: Set Your Sportsbook Up For The 2017 NFL Playoffs

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Nov/23/2017

It’s important that online bookie agents set up their sportsbooks for the NFL Playoffs. Below, check out the current NFL Playoff Picture.

Then, read about tools that agents can utilize to ensure profit during the 2017 NFL Playoffs.

2017 NFL Playoff Picture

AFC

1. Pittsburgh Steelers

2. New England Patriots

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

4. Kansas City Chiefs

5. Tennessee Titans

6. Baltimore Ravens

7. Buffalo Bills

NFC

1. Philadelphia Eagles

2. Minnesota Vikings

3. New Orleans Saints

4. L.A. Rams

5. Carolina Panthers

6. Seattle Seahawks

7. Detroit Lions

Tools to Use Before and During the 2017 NFL Playoffs

Settle Alert – The settle alert tool should be used this week to determine who pay per head agents must payout, or collect from, before the NFL Playoffs start.

This an incredibly important aspect of running an online bookie organization. It’s important to keep playing clients out of harm’s way.

Doing this requires never allowing a client to owe you, the bookmaker, too much money. Cash flow is the lifeblood of your business.

The way to ensure great cash flow is to make payouts before you must as well as to collect before you must.

Keep ahead of both by creating settle alerts.

Schedule Limit Override – Creating overrides is going to be more and more important for agents the closer we get to the end of the NFL Regular Season.

Around NFL Week 12, which is the week were currently in, oddsmakers become more attuned to NFL matchups.

What it means is that instead of 3 to 4 NFL game options, there might only be 1 game option. All players could end up pounding the same game.

To ensure this doesn’t happen, agents can set schedule limit overrides on that game.

Casual players, for sure, will bet on available NFL games. Pro players might wait until the schedule limit override ends. That’s not a big deal because the key is to encourage wagering from casual players.

Super Bowl 52 Tip: Use The Mass Editing Tool

If you haven’t already done so, it’s important to set max betting limits on all available teams to win Super Bowl 52.

A good strategy is to stagger the max betting limits depending on the odds of each NFL Team.

The higher the odds, the lower the max betting limit. The lower the odds, the higher the max betting limits. Also, it’s imperative to set a total max betting limit for each NFL team.

This is absolutely necessary to control possible payouts.

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