2010 US Open

2010 US Open

Tiger Woods US Open Odds Would Pay Out Nice

Tiger Woods US Open odds are the best we've seen for any golf tournament he's appeared in.  At nearly 5/1 odds, Woods would pay out $50 for every $10 bet at Sportsbetting.com (

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/16/2010

US Open 2010 Odds (Updated)

US Open 2010 odds had Tiger Woods as an unusual long odds co-favorite along side Phil Mickelson paying $65 for every $10 bet at SBG Global

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/16/2010

Tiger Woods U.S. Open Odds Set At BetED.com

Tiger Woods is hoping for a little déjà vu at this week's U.S. Open, and not the kind that involves recent disastrous post-scandal performances.

Submitted by Ean Lamb on, Jun/14/2010

Tiger Woods Sex in a Church Parking Lot

The Tiger Woods sex scandal continues to shock, though Saturday things slowed just a bit and BetUS.com quietly pulled its

Submitted by Guest on, Dec/06/2009

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Software for Betting Odds

Software for Betting Odds

Nowadays there are many different software options available for betting odds and if you are looking to book action then the best option is to go with a state of the art pay per head bookie service. These services provide thousands of betting odds each day for players to bet on and they update all the betting odds up to the second and 24/7. 

How Much Does a College Bookie Make?

How Much Does a College Bookie Make?

When you are in college you are surrounded by fellow students and depending on which school you attend this could mean being on a campus with several thousand people. Young adult men between the ages of 21 to 25 are the fastest growing market in the betting industry.

Can You Be Your Own Bookie?

Can You Be Your Own Bookie?

If you are looking to be your own bookie then the best way to do that would be to utilize a pay per head bookie service. These services are made specifically so anyone can become a bookie and then accept wagers from people they know.