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Setting up your sportsbook 


Setting up your sportsbook 


 These are exciting times in the sports betting world without a doubt. It’s true that the Covid-19 pandemic has had hard and significant effects on people and businesses all around the world, and as a society, we will have to learn to deal with that and come up with the best way to help and support everyone that has been affected. However, when we focus back on our industry, as much as we all have suffered and missed sports in the past few months, now that we see different leagues coming back, and the NBA announcing its plan to return in July, we know that this is the time for us to get up and start working, get back on track and make sure we’re ready to give sports bettors what they are looking for, and more.


Price per Head sportsbook vs Old School


Now that we’re all getting ready for our big comeback, and are looking for the best ways to make some money in sports betting, it’s important that you get to know the advantages of setting up your sportsbook with a good Price per Head operator like, vs. the old way of doing business in this industry, which could take lots of time, effort and money, that now you can save.

It’s no secret that, until a few years ago, creating your own business and running your own sportsbook operation was not an option for many, it would require lots of money invested, hundreds of thousands, lots of time, personnel, equipment, licenses and much more. Now, with Price per Head, you can forget about all that and, for just a small weekly fee per active customer, you’ll be able to get all this and offer it to your players, making your operation solid and stable, guaranteeing your customers the best online betting experience, as well as the best risk management and profit efficiency for yourself.


What does it take for me to setup my PPH sportsbook?


It is as easy as it sounds. Once you have checked out our site,, and are ready to join, just contact us online or give us a call, and we’ll be able to start working on setting up your business, just as you wanted, 100% personalized to your needs. There is no initial investment or hidden fees, no commission percentages or anything like that. Once you’re up and running, and the first week is gone, you’ll just pay the weekly fee per active player and that’s it, that’s how pay per head works.


What does this weekly fee per head include?


– Your very own website, personalized and adapted to your taste and needs

– The most updated, safest, and easy to use mobile sports betting platform

– State-of-the-art wagering software

– The best reporting tools in the industry

– 24/7 customer service and wagering clerks

– Sharpest line movers in sports betting, and much more.

Are you ready to join the PPH industry and turn your bookie operation into the best sportsbook you can imagine? You can even take a free trial, just go to our website, subscribe and you’ll be able to try it out yourself. Once you’re ready, just let us know and we’ll be ready to help! At :

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NFL Win Totals Betting Pick: Carolina Panthers

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NFL Win Totals Betting Pick: Carolina Panthers


The rebuild is on for the Carolina Panthers. After a 5-11 season and a last-place finish in the NFC South, new head coach Matt Rhule replaced the fired-Ron Rivera and aims to turn this organization around following a busy offseason. With some luck, the Panthers could even return to the playoffs for the first time since 2017.


As it stands now, Carolina’s Over/Under win total sits at 5.5. We’ll take a closer look to see how their offseason shaped up, as well as what lies ahead on their schedule, before giving our official pick.


Offseason Summary


The Panthers have a new man behind center, signing Saints QB Teddy Bridgewater to a three-year deal worth over $60 million. They also surrounded Bridgewater with a few new weapons, inking Jets WR Robby Anderson to a two-year deal and Ravens WR Seth Roberts for one year. Carolina also swung a deal for OT Russell Okung in a trade with the Chargers, plus also signed Bengals OG John Miller and Chargers OG Michael Schofield to boost the o-line. On defense, their biggest signing was for Vikings DE Stephen Weatherly, whom they signed for two seasons. They also added Raiders LB Tahir Whitehead and Saints CB Eli Apple on one-year contracts.


Two longtime faces of the franchise are gone in Carolina following the release of former-MVP Cam Newton and the retirement of All-Pro LB Luke Kuechly. In addition to those two, several notable names are now gone. Longtime TE Greg Olsen signed a deal with the Seahawks, OL Daryl Williams joined the Bills, OG Greg Van Roten left for the Jets, and OG Trai Turner was flipped to L.A. for Okung. The defense was hit hard as well, namely from the departures of DT Dontari Poe and CB James Bradberry, who signed with the Cowboys and Giants. The d-line also took hits with both DEs Mario Addison and Vernon Butler joining Williams in Buffalo, while EDGE Bruce Irvin signed with the Seahawks and DL Gerald McCoy joined Poe in Dallas. Some of their free agents, like Newton and S Eric Reid, remain unsigned.


Carolina used all seven of their draft picks to replenish a defense that became depleted during free agency. Beginning in round one, they snagged perhaps the best interior d-lineman in the draft in Auburn DT Derrick Brown. They aimed to improve their pass-rush in the next round, selecting Penn State EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos. Later in the second round, the Panthers took the S/LB hybrid Jeremy Chinn from Southern Illinois. Day 3 featured a large emphasis on the defensive backfield, headlined by Notre Dame CB Troy Pride. Carolina’s final three picks of the weekend were West Virginia S Kenny Robinson, Baylor DT Bravvion Roy, and Florida International CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver III.


2020 Schedule


The Panthers, as members of the NFC South, will play all of their division rivals two times each, plus go up against the teams in the NFC North and AFC West. In addition, last year’s fourth-place finishers will face two other fourth-place teams in the Cardinals and Redskins. Overall, it’s a schedule that is tied for the 18th-most difficult in football according to the official strength of schedule rankings. With a combined opponent winning percentage of .500 in 2019, the Panthers face the second-easiest slate in the division.


To open up the season and Rhule’s tenure with the team, the Raiders will travel to Carolina to get things going. Then the Panthers will go on the road to face the Buccaneers and Chargers before hosting Arizona. Between Week 3 and 10, Carolina will alternate home and road, headlined by road games against the Saints and Chiefs just two weeks apart. Then a Week 12 road game against the Vikings leads them into a late bye week. Among the standouts in their final four games following the bye, the Panthers will take a trip to Lambeau Field to face the Packers, visit Ron Rivera’s Redskins, and host New Orleans in the final week of the season.




With Bridgewater replacing Newton and a revamped defense, this year’s Panthers club is going to have a very different feel from last seasons. However, star RB Christian McCaffrey is now the face of the franchise, as he looks to build off of an All-Pro season and career. Along with McCaffrey, Carolina is led by the underrated WR D.J. Moore, DL Kawann Short, EDGE Brian Burns, and the newly-extended S Tre Boston.


So with the total set at 5.5 wins, is over or under the pick? Unfortunately, the signs point to this being a long season for Carolina. The defense looks completely different and may need some more experience before improvements can be seen. Bridgewater proved that he is an elite backup QB, but questions still linger about whether he’s capable of being a franchise QB. There’s a lot to like about this team, namely McCaffrey and Rhule, but in a tough division, they’re likely away from being really competitive. I’m going UNDER 5.5 wins for the Panthers in 2020.


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Why UCLA and North Carolina are Teams to Watch in NCAA Basketball



Why UCLA and North Carolina are Teams to Watch in NCAA Basketball


We look at two of the top teams heading into 2020-21 NCAA Basketball season and why they can take a leap.




Five-star guard Daishen Nix decided to join the G League, which shocked everyone at UCLA and they will likely lose last year’s leading scorer Chris Smith. He might stay though, as the NBA combine and the NBA G League Elite Camp were canceled and he could wait a year and return for his senior season.


If Chris Smith returns, UCLA would have their top five scorers from last year and many talented reserves. Jalen Hill and Cody Riley will have a chance to develop even more and point guard Tyger Campbell will still be the main ball-handler.


Four-star wing Jaylen Clark and Johnny Juzang, who transferred from Kentucky in the offseason, add much-needed depth to UCLA. Juzang was given a waiver by the NCAA and he’ll be able to play right away.


UCLA (+5000 to win the 2021 NCAA Tournament) needs Hill and Riley to be productive right away and leave their mark.


North Carolina


North Carolina was the biggest disappointment in NCAA Basketball last season. Cole Anthony played well, when healthy and Armando Bacot had a solid freshman season but the supporting cast, with the exception of Garrison Brooks, who had a breakout year, struggled all year long.


The roster will be much better in 2020-21. UNC has the No. 2 overall recruiting class in the country and they will be ready to contribute. North Carolina has three five-star commits in point guard Caleb Love and forwards Walker Kessler and Day’Ron Sharpe. Puff Johnson and Kerwin Walton and top-50 guard R.J. Davis are also going to help UNC from day one.


North Carolina now has a scary frontcourt with Bacot and Brooks coming back, along with the players mentioned above. Their backcourt has some question marks and it will be up to Caleb Love to step up and handle the pressure.


The Tar Heels have enough talent to go far. You can find North Carolina at +2000 to win the 2021 NCAA Tournament and that’s a bet I will be making.More information at

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Two College Football Longshot Bets I Will Make

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Two College Football Longshot Bets I Will Make


It’s never too early to place some fun longshot bets in college football. 


Bet 1


California is a team that could challenge Oregon in the Pac-12. They really have a chance as long as their new offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave jumpstarts a unit that averaged just 21.2 points per game last season. Of course, it is easier said than done but Musgrave will have tools to work with.


Quarterback Chase Garbers, who threw for 1,772 yards and 14 touchdowns last season and was 7-0 in games in which he started and played all snaps, can have a breakout year if he stays healthy.


Running backs Christopher Brown Jr. and Marcel Dancy are coming back and this is significant to their aspirations. Brown Jr. and Dancy combined for over 1,000 rushing yards last season. Also, five of the top six wide receivers and every starter in the offensive line are returning. This team has a loaded offense.


Defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter made drastic improvements on that side of the ball since 2017. Whole All-American linebacker Evan Weaver and safety Ashtyn Davis, who led a defense that allowed 21.9 points per game last season, are not back, Cal can find a way to replace them.


Having eight starters return to that unit will help. I wouldn’t be surprised if this team ranks high in their conference. Oregon and Washington have to visit them and those are winnable games. California is at +5000 to make the 2021 College Football Playoff at Real bookies. This is a long shot, don’t bet the farm on it.


Bet 2


Ian Book played well for Notre Dame in 2018 when they reached the College Football Playoff. Book had 19 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 10 games, completing 214 of 314 passes for 2,628 yards.


Book was even better in 2019, completing 240 of 399 passes for 3,034 yards and 34 touchdowns and six interceptions in 13 games. He improved all his numbers last season except for his completion percentage, which fell from 68.2 in 2018 to 60.2.


Book’s main targets from last year Chase Claypool and Cole Kmet will not be back but Notre Dame’s new offensive coordinator Tommy Rees can bring the best out of him. Rees will help Book have a great year while improving his NFL Draft stock.


Book is at +2000 at Scoresandstats to win the Heisman Trophy and I will take a shot on this.


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Categorize Your Players for More Profit

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Categorize Your Players for More Profit


In business, the key to any productive relationship with a client is essentially getting in their head, finding what they want, and doing your best to provide that experience.

Unfortunately, we’re not mind readers. Nor do most of us have a degree in gaming psychology. However, in gaming, there are certain pieces of information to look for to help categorize your clientele.  Profiling your players the right way ensures you know who you’re dealing with and what kind of experience you should provide.

And, most importantly, can you provide it?


Understand their Bankroll


The first way to understand and categorize your players is to understand the amount they’re willing to risk. Just like a host taking care of clients at Caesar’s Palace, you have to know the bankroll you’re dealing with to understand if offering the penthouse suite equals positive returns for your casino.

See their average wager, win or lose, and you’ll have a better understanding of the service, perks, and limits they deserve. Do they spend quickly, freely, and frivolously? Or, do they prefer a smaller, strategic, more methodical approach?

Do they withdraw immediately after a big win? Or after victory, do they continuously play purely for entertainment? Understanding how they like to risk and spend will let you know the time, money, and perks you should offer.


What Games Do They Play and Why?


The easiest way to categorize your players is to base it on the type of games they play. A pure blackjack player has a more strategic and systematic approach to building their bankroll. Slots players are looking for a quick, lucky payday.

Poker players want the rush of winning big while out-thinking (or in some cases, bluffing) the opposition. Sportsbook players want a little something extra added to their sports entertainment. And racebook players are looking to pick quick winners using knowledge and understanding.

The game they choose can tell you what type of experience for which they’re looking. Is the player’s approach methodical and analytical? Or is it fast, furious, and anxious? Understanding what type of games they play and how they like to play them will help you understand their needs and where to place them on your priority list.


What Perks Gets Them Playing


When you want something to grow and progress, you have to invest time, and sometimes money, into it. That’s definitely the case in online gaming. 

Every online game of chance has an edge for the house. The only way to ensure players stay in that house is by investing in them. Ensure you categorize your players by what kind of bonus program they deserve that will bring you long-term gains.  Classifying them in this way will tell you how much time and resources you need to invest in keeping them as clients.

Generally, this is where VIP programs with tiered levels come in. A low-tier player may get general service and occasional perks. Your elite clientele gets one-on-one service, free trips, and more free play.


Types of Categories


You’re probably not a psychologist, but once you’ve combined the information above, you can start to categorize your players. Some examples are as follows:


Entertainment Player


These are players who wager purely for entertainment. Victory is what they seek, not money. Players who make a lot of deposits have had a considerable balance, but barely take withdrawals. Want to play comfortably without hassles or restrictions like a never-ending weekend in Vegas.


What They Need for you to Profit:


  • A dedicated host to ensure they have everything they need to make their experience comfortable and seamless.
  •  Proactive gifts and offers that make them feel elite and exclusive.


Business Player

Loves to play but looks for the profit margin in all situations to feel like they’ve negotiated the best deal possible (i.e., bonuses, tickets, withdrawal methods, etc.). Will also try their best to play with intelligence and strategy.


What They Need for you to Profit:


  • A bonus/perks program based on net losses.



These are players that look to reach an unattainable balance to withdraw. Will keep playing until they reach their own mental goal, but it’s generally too large to reach realistically. And if they ever reach it, they will push past it anyway.


What They Need for you to Profit:


  • Games with big rewards like slot machines and progressives.
  • A tiered service based on a handle that lets them work for more perks.




Whether it’s a good day or a bad day, they want your sympathy, and they want you to know about it. Half the fun is talking about their losses and the torment that comes with it. Talk can range from positive to negative communication, regardless of wins or losses.


What They Need for you to Profit:


  • Knowledgeable service providers that understand the games, odds, and industry.
  • Service providers with patience and the ability to listen.




Will make excuses, use conversation, be dishonest, or use small, petty issues for perks or personal gain. It could cost you more money than gain.


What They Need for you to Profit:


  • A standard program that is low on bonus offers.
  • An experienced gaming establishment that knows the rules and games to avoid exploitation.


Staying ahead of your player’s wants and needs will help your gaming establishment maintain a hefty profit margin. Use these tips to categorize your players and know where to put your resources for maximum gains.

After categorizing your players, you want to make sure that they have access to the top sports betting platforms. That includes accessing a live dealer casino, sportsbook, digital casino, and digital racebook.

Right now, PayPerHead is offering its sportsbook software for free until major sports return. That gives bookie agents time to try out the software before committing. 

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How Does Horse Racing Work With a Pay Per Head


How Does Horse Racing Work With a Pay Per Head


If you’ve been researching pay-per-head (PPH) services you’ve likely seen the term “racebook”.


All PPH providers have a racebook as part of their software package. A racebook allows your clients to wager on horse racing from tracks around the world, every single day of the year.


Should PPH Bookies Utilize the Racebook?


Bookies are always looking at new ways to increase revenues and profits. The racebook is just one more way for bookmakers to make more money, but you need to understand how things work.


It’s possible to lose your shirt if you don’t know how to run your online racebook.


How to Run an Online Racebook


First off, you need a PPH service for all your horse racing needs. It’s not possible to run a racebook without the necessary software and the only affordable way to access the software is with a PPH.


One thing to keep in mind when running a racebook is risk vs. reward. Do you want people betting on $10 exotic bets that could payout $10,000+? No. You can either restrict certain bet types of you can cap winnings on certain bets, which means your exposure is limited.


Here are some tips to help you run a successful horse racing betting site:


  • Track Selection: In order to compete you want a large track selection. Horse handicappers love variety and you should make sure your PPH provider offers 75+ tracks to bet on.


  • Win/Place/Show Bets: Your bread and butter will be win/place/show bets. Your best bet with these wagers is to pay track odds. You can set your own odds, but if you’re paying out less than track odds, you’re not going to entice anyone to bet with your racebook.


  • Exotic Bets: This is where you need to be careful as a PPH bookie. Your bankroll is limited and you can’t afford paying out a 5-figure sum to one lucky punter. This is why you need caps on how much a single bet can payout in your online racebook.


  • Rebates: Most online racebooks offer a daily/weekly rebate of around 5%-10%. Do you need to offer a rebate? No, but PPH services give you the option to set a rebate percentage.


You should keep in mind, most of your players aren’t likely to bet on many races.


However, there are some big races annually that everyone will want to bet on. The Kentucky Derby is one of the most widely bet on sporting events every year and can be a huge moneymaker.


Leading PPH providers have tracks from around the world. Horse racing is popular in a lot of countries around the world, including the USA, Canada, UK, France, Australia and Hong Kong.


Is your online racebook revenue going to outperform your sportsbook revenue? That’s very unlikely, but you should be doing everything you can to increase revenues per active player. If you can get a handful of your players betting on the horses, you can add some extra profits to your bottom line.



More Pay Per Head tips:

  1. Buffer Zone Establishment for Your Clients
  2. Enduring Qualities of Bookies and Pay Per Heads
  3. Reliability in Our Pay Per Head Services
  4. Per Head Sportsbook
  5. Per Head Racebook

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Maximize your next NFL season



Maximize your next NFL season

We’re still in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis and we’re going to have to wait a little bit more for our favorite sports and leagues to come back, that’s for sure. However, due to calendar reasons, one of the leagues that gives us hopes that things could go as normal as possible, is precisely one of the most important of all, the NFL.

Every league has taken many things into consideration so far, different plans and scenarios that could affect their respective seasons, but we’re all optimistic that, in the case of the NFL, starting in August with the pre-season, of course, and then the 2020-2021 regular season kicking off in September, maybe we can get to see the full season schedule and things won’t have to change a lot. This is the reason why it’s important for bookies from all over the world to take this time and start preparing to maximize their offer and profits for the next NFL season.


Price per Head will help boost your business for the next NFL season

Are you ready to give your best version and offer your players a world-class service for the next football season? We’d like to remind you that, with Price per Head and providers like your life as a bookie will improve dramatically, your profits will increase, your risk decreases and your time will finally be yours again, to do as you please.

We have some of the sharpest and most experienced line movers in the world working right here for you and your brand, and they are already on NFL mode, making sure we can offer the widest variety of lines and props for your players to be able to bet on. Starting with the NFL Draft and the many options there are to bet on this, moving to future bets like odds to win the Super Bowl, odds to win conferences and divisions, odds to win the regular season MVP, total season wins for each team, possible destinations for players without a team right now and much more.

When the time comes, we’ll make sure to offer the sharpest lines for every game situation, live betting, propositions, line updates throughout the season and everything there is to bet on in this beautiful and shocking sport, America’s favorite.

The best tools and experience for your customers through Price per Head

If you’re not in the pay per head industry already, contact us right now at and let’s get you all setup for the next NFL season and for all the great things to come.

We can refresh your whole image, give you a brand new website with the best online betting platform possible, we’ll give you all the right tools to help your business thrive and we’ll make sure that you and your players are happy, feel safe and get the best sports betting experience of all. The best thing about all this is that it will cost you probably a few hundred dollars a week only, instead of spending your whole savings account.

Are you ready to take the biggest step into success? Join Price per Head today and make it happen, once and for all. We’re ready to welcome you and point you in the right direction.

Learn more about Pay Per Head:


  1. A1PPH Highlights Your Strengths and Transforms Your Weakness in Bookmaking
  2. Buffer Zone Establishment for Your Clients
  3. Enduring Qualities of Bookies and Pay Per Heads
  4. Vast Online Casino Options For the Crowd Adverse
  5. Why choose A1PPH

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Pay Per Head 101

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Pay Per Head 101


If you made it to this page, I’m assuming you have heard the term “pay per head” before. In this article, we’re going to explain exactly what a pay-per-head (PPH) service offers.


What is a Pay-Per-Head (PPH) Service?


PPH services allow anyone in the world to launch an offshore sportsbook. Most of these services are based out of Costa Rica, which is also home to several big bookmakers.


The major selling point of these services is that they’re typically all-inclusive and affordable.


How Much Do PPH Services Cost?


The cost of PPH services varies, but most charge $7-$10/head on average. You may be wondering what that means. When you see the term $10/head it means you’ll pay $10 weekly per active bettor.


If you have 20 people betting each week your cost would be $200/week.


The price per head that you pay will decrease with volume. The big PPH shops offer big discounts based on volume and you can save a lot as your sportsbook starts to grow.


What Does a PPH Service Include?


Just like the cost, the number of features included varies as well. At minimum, a PPH bookie service will provide the software to run a sportsbook, casino and racebook (mobile-friendly).


Most services will also have a team to provide support (Player + IT). PPH services will also handle all of the betting markets (setting/moving lines). You just need to bring in players to start betting.


However, the top price per head services have many more features for PPH bookies.


  • Website: Having a custom website with your own domain (URL) is great for branding. Some services will develop a website for free, while other services charge an extra fee.


  • Call Center: I would recommend sticking to a PPH service with a 24/7 call center. Not only will the call center reps handle player support issues, freeing you of dealing with them, but your players will also be able to place bets using telephone wagering if they prefer.


  • Tools: Some services will have tools that others don’t. For example, managing risk is one of the most important things to worry about as a bookmaker. Some PPH services have tools to assist you with player risk management. Some services also have added reporting features.


Start a PPH Bookie Today


Are you ready to become a PPH bookie? You can start making money today. Your account will be set-up instantly, so if you have people ready to bet, there’s no reason to wait.


The leading PPH services also offer free trials in most cases. For example, at A1PPH you can claim a four week trial with no upfront costs. You won’t pay a dime until after four weeks. This is a great way to get your business up and running on a limited budget.


Who would have ever thought launching an online sportsbook would be so simple? Not only that, but it’s affordable when you utilize a PPH service, which everyone should be doing.


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4 Keys to Betting NBA Playoffs

pph247The NBA Playoffs are a completely different beast than the regular season and this is often something that can really be taken advantage of. You will need to take a bit of time to research and attack the differences, but it will be worth it very quickly.

Study Coaching Strategy


I love the NBA Playoffs because it is typically when a lot of coaches turn up the heat and really start to gameplan specifically for every single night. This isn’t to say that coaches do not study up a regular-season opponent, but the playoffs often introduce more drastic measures than the regular season.


One thing that is always the case in the playoffs is that coaches typically want to give less time to their worst defenders unless they are a starting-caliber player. Coaches lose their mind when a missed assignment or a bad decision lead to an easy basket and this only intensifies in the playoffs.


Someone like Enes Kanter is a good example of this. Kanter is one of the best offensive rebounders in the world and he would put up great stats on a nightly basis if he was given 32 minutes like a starter. However, his defense is so bad that he has played 15-22 minutes most of his career.  

In the playoffs, this only becomes more significant and we have seen him CD-DNP many times before in key playoff games when he would be the first man off of the bench in a regular-season game. Identifying that this could happen to someone before it happens can often help you adjust your expectations for the game.

Coaching Tendencies Matter Too


Along the same lines of the strategy, every coach has tendencies and some coaches are going to be more drastic than others. Teams like the Warriors and Rockets have been some of the most interesting teams to watch over the last 5 seasons and this stems from some of their coaching decisions and tendencies.


Mike D’Antoni is known for his love of the three-ball, but he is also now known for playing half of a season with a 6’6 center playing 35 minutes a game if possible. This is because D’Antoni well makes drastic strategical moves if necessary.


We can attack this by doing our own research and determining if we think that there are things that he can do to improve his team. If you looked into the number of the Rockets with and without Capela, you could have seen that they had more success with Tucker at the 5.


With most coaches, that would never even be an option, but D’Antoni is willing to be bold. If you can identify a strategical change before a coach implements it, you can have a huge edge on the field.


Bet the Inverse


This strategy is pretty straight forward, but I think that it is very easy to identify in the playoffs because they play each other multiple times. Sometimes, players have a great series because their matchup is just way better than their teammates. You can often identify this early and often in the series.


However, there are other times where a team will drastically change their scheme after one game to stop the player who beat them in game one. Let’s say there is a team with 2 elite scorers facing a team with one elite defender who could guard either scorer. If in game 1, the player that is not guarded by the elite defender drops 50 and wins the game by 20, its common to see a team immediately focus their attention on NOT letting that happen again. This is when I may bite on the deflated numbers of the other scorer after a tough game one or bet the opposite side of the inflated game 2 spread and total.

Be Fluid


There is always a tendency to think that you know everything heading into a series, but that will not always pan out well. Watch each game and reevaluate your take after each game. Is the series going how you expected or not? Why is that the case?


Asking these questions constantly will allow you to continuously change your mind with the data and not get focused on an opinion you made before you had additional data.


All these and more should help you do well when betting on the NBA. When you are betting NBA Playoffs; head to our favorite pay per head bookie!

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What’s Premier Pay Per Head?

pphThere are literally umpteen thousands of PPH providers on the internet these days and knowing which one to choose, and trust with your clients is a big deal. It can be a downright daunting task to find a great PPH. We have done the work for you. We know who some of the best are and we want to share why Premier Pay Per Head is a leader in the industry. Learn more about Premier Pay Per Head, here with us.

  • Premier Pay Per Head has been in business for well over a decade and going strong. They offer their clients – as well as your clients, an 800 number that is accessible from the United States. You may ask, what’s the big deal about an 800 number, doesn’t every PPH provider offer this service? No, they do not. In fact, many of them do not. You must be able to contact the PPH provider at any time of the day or night. Your clients want to bet at all times of the day and night and you certainly don’t want them calling you at 3:00 Am to get the Knick game in for the following night! Why put up with this hassle? Fin a PPH that offers a 24/7 hotline or don’t do business with them. You must be able to get in touch at any time – not by email, not by IM – on the phone.

  • Premier Pay Per Head offers what the big time sportsbooks offer. They offer your betting clients the real deal when it comes to wagering, a wagering menu, a state-of-the-art-user-interface, along with live wagering, futures and a fantastic custom-built website to boot. You get it all and they put this together for you quickly and efficiently. You can have your clients up and wagering against you with Premier Pay Per Head, in as little as a day or two.
  • Premier Pay Per Head does everything for you. They set the daily offerings 365 days a year, as well as set the daily lines and odds while leaving you in control of everything. If you want to change the line or any odds, you are always welcome to do so. If you want to set your own odds, you are welcome to do that as well. Premier Pay Per Head is not pushy, they remember that you are the boss and what you say is the bottom line. They are there for you if you need help or advice. They have been through the war as bookies themselves and they can certainly empathize with any problem and they will always be there for any inquiry.


  • Premier Pay Per Head is secure, they protect your data and they protect your clients. They will never sell information, and they won’t call you hassling you for upgrades or things you simply don’t need. What you see is what you get and starting at $7 per head, per week, is a bargain.


  • Back in the “bad old days” when the PPH made its debut – the service was expensive and unaffordable. The price was around $25 per head and although it was a great service because it gave the bookie an immediate online presence. It was too expensive. That has all changed. Gone are the days of paying through the nose. Now you have all of the very best benefits in the world for the fraction of the price.
  • Don’t get hooked for a lowball offer. There is such a thing as paying too little! Really. There are many scam PPH sites, don’t be a victim. Try them first and find out if they are legit and find out if you like the way they do business. You should absolutely love the service they provide as well as the product. You will love it if your clients love it.

Premier Pay Per Head has a great offer that comes with a free trial. If you want in and want a PPH that has a reputation for honesty, then now is the time to make the leap and start earning a great income. Let Premier Pay Per Head help you love this job.

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