Offshore Bookies Thrilled With Supreme Court Ruling

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May/15/2018

The worst news since the 1950’s for the state of Nevada just came down the pike from the US Supreme Court and it’s the best news ever for the sports gambling enthusiast. If you like to gamble on sports and if this is your hobby, then today is your lucky day. This is that one day in every gamblers life when you just got hooked by the Dallas Mavericks, you had the total going over 218.5 and the score was 139-79 Dallas losing, but you didn’t care about Dallas losing all you need is one more bucket or a free throw and your home free, 14 seconds left on the clock and it looks bad, the Mavericks are dribbling it out at least it appears that way, with the game clock winding down some scrub that you have never heard of heaves up a three and bang! You didn’t get hooked! This is that day.

Offshore Sportsbooks vs. Sports Betting in the US

The US Supreme Court opened the door for states beyond Nevada to offer up sports gambling and this completely opens the door to the internet. For years (since the George W. Busch administration and before, going back to 1992 and really way beyond that) sports gambling has been closed outside the state of Nevada. The Bush administration placed big restrictions on internet gambling and ever since, it has not been the same. Although nobody is coming to tackle you for gambling on the internet, there have certainly been a lot of grey areas as to the legality. Of course the government doesn’t waste tax payer money looking for internet sports gamblers but they do want their cut.

Those days are over. No more worrying if you are doing the wrong thing or what would happen if some IRS official found out that you were gambling. Not only are the states free of the Nevada monopoly, you are free as well. Maybe your state will soon implement sports gambling in some way or a nearby state will implement, either way, you are free from the bondage of looking over your shoulder.

Pay Per Head Bookies and Legal US Sports Betting – Real Bookies

In “the bad old days” (yesterday and beyond) Nevada politics struck fear into Washington and every politician. Nevada was simply the 800 pound gorilla that would never be conquered and they have loved it, lived it and have been basking in the sun for way too long. It’s high time this crime family was brought to its knees. That’s exactly what Nevada has been, a crime family that lorded over the neighborhood and nobody could do any kind of business that might interfere. Nevada has very deep pockets but not deep enough to get past the United States Supreme Court.

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Now is the time to start opening up online accounts everywhere. Most of the reputable online bookies are from a small country in Central America; Costa Rica. Costa Rica has a large English speaking population and there are very little restrictions on opening and maintaining a legitimate online sportsbook. As a result of the widely spoken English, the sportsbooks are able to offer hundreds of jobs all over the country working as customer service agents. Everybody wants to speak to an English speaking agent.

When the bookies do open their operations in the US, they will be highly taxed and highly regulated. In turn this will trickle down to you the gambler. Sure, it will be convenient but it will be expensive, the juice is not going to be cheap. Sign up now for several offshore accounts and get in while you can.

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