Live Betting: Super Bowl’s Zany Non-Game Props

Who knew that Gatorade had to be closely guarded the day of the Super Bowl, but that is one of many crazy non game related props found at live betting sportsbooks. This year, as in years before, price per head fans can lay their money down on the color of the Gatorade (or liquid) to…

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Price Per Head: Manitoba Now Offering Online Lottery, Casino and Sports

Price per head companies have a bit more competition now as the Canadian province Manitoba has joined British Columbia and Quebec in the online gaming offering. Playnow.com became the first provincially operated casino website in 2010. The site offers the same types of casino games as pay per head sportsbooks, and multi-pick sports wagers, as…

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Live Betting Services: Paquiao and Mosley Making Boxing News

Live betting services are excited to learn that the upcoming April 20th fight of Manny “Pacman” Paquiao will likely be closer to the Philippine boxing star’s home. So far, Macau and Singapore seem to be the likely location, although Dubai has been trying to land a Pacquiao fight for years now. Once the location is…

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Pay per Head: The 1919 World Series Scandal

Pay per head shops know that betting scandals have been a world-wide occurrence, but in today’s overly analyzed and monitored world, it’s hard to imagine that anyone could manage to convince the majority of a team to throw a game. Still, such an event did occur in 1919, when the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati…

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Pay Per Head: NHL Negotiations Have Ended

Pay per head sportsbooks are excited to learn that the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association has finally reached an agreement for the framework of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Sunday morning, after lengthy negotiations that lasted months, the two sides announced they had ended their dispute. Now price per head…

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Pay per Head News: US Government Against the Gambling World

Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives. Ronald Reagan. Someone has failed to remember this in today’s US government. Over the past few months, pay per head shops have noticed that the government has been getting more creative in its attempts to take down the gambling industry, and the indictment…

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