So, You Want To become A Bookie

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Published on:
Aug/24/2017

Here’s to betting that you think becoming a bookie is difficult or next to impossible without a huge bankroll. You probably think it takes un-told hundreds of thousands of dollars or even a million or more. Think again. Becoming a bookie is not nearly the difficult task that you might think it to be.

When people think bookies, there are a couple of things that come to mind. First, it’s probably the old guy that looks like the trainer in “Rocky” remember “Paulie” the crusty old trainer that brought a young Rocky from the depths of Philadelphia, to a heavy weight champion? Anybody who has ever gambled even a little bit, knows these types. They even hang out in the sportsbooks of Las Vegas. Most of them have grown weary and moved on from the street corners of Philly, NY. And Boston.

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The other bookie that people think of, is Las Vegas. The great state of Nevada, the sports gambling mecca of the world. Any town Nevada; has a sportsbook. Most folks think just Las Vegas, because that’s where all the action is, all the bigger-than life casinos are there and everyone loves to go. Nevada has casinos and sportsbook in every little town all over the state. Reno, Carson City, even the tiniest little places nestled close to the borders of Idaho, Utah, Oregon and California have casinos with sportsbooks. Literally every little berg, has a sportsbook with a gambling and poker hall attached.

Las Vegas is not the only place getting the sports gambling action. Gambling has caught on and it’s a multi-billion-dollar industry. Gamblers spend upwards of $50 billion annually in the US, on football alone! That’s a mind-bending number. Who is gambling that much money and where are they gambling it?

Who cares who’s gambling or where it is for that matter. What matters is that gamblers are gambling and they are spending $50 billion. People love to bet on sports and they will bet on sports anywhere and any chance that they get. Sports lovers bet in Kansas, New York, California, Florida and all over the entire US., especially on football. Gamblers gamble on a lot of things but nothing like football.

Football is king and players will gamble it even if it means flying from Dallas to Vegas for 1 day just to bet the Cowboys.

Here’s the deal:

Players are finding other ways to gamble on their beloved football. Remember the old crusty bookie that looks like Paulie? That’s who they are going to now days. Only the corner bookie does not look like Paulie. The corner bookie looks like your next-door neighbor from Denver or Boise. Gamblers are figuring out that their friends; like to gamble.

So, what do they do?

Gamblers decide to become bookies. They decide to cut their losses and jump to the other side of the fence.

Why?

Because it’s easy, it doesn’t take a huge bankroll like once thought of and there are turnkey operations that help the bookie kick off his business within a day or two of start-up.

Have you heard of “Pay Per Head” services?

Maybe you have, maybe you have not. A Pay Per Head service is software for bookies. It’s an online, turnkey ready, sportsbook and casino. You basically do nothing to get started. The process is super quick, easy, and affordable.

If you already have players then a pay per head is perfect for you, if you have gambling knowledge then even better.

A Pay Per head or otherwise known, as a Price Per Head, charges you a nominal fee for each player that plays, usually around $10 per head. You do not pay if they do not gamble. When they gamble, you pay the fee per month and the player can make 1 bet or unlimited bets.

The Nightmare Is Over:

If you have any players at all, you know that it’s a nightmare handwriting tickets, hand grading tickets and keeping up with the accounting. This is old school, this is what “Paulie” does. Then god-help you if there is a wagering dispute or a rain out!

Make your life easier and start reaping huge benefits and profits today.

A Pay Per Head Service takes care of everything for you. They offer customer service where your clients can call in and get the help they need with a live agent that speaks English. They offer every imaginable way to bet on sports as well as a full casino and race book.

Forget about the old days. They are gone forever. If you want to be a bookie it’s now easier than ever before. Check out a popular, well know site that has a great reputation in the business such as Realbookies.com. These guys are the real deal in the Pay Per Head business. They will answer all your questions and they can get you up and running today. Whether you have no clients and are looking or if you have 100 clients; sky’s the limit.

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