Your Bookie Business With MLB Baseball Playoffs
wants more these days, there are even a couple major companies who use “more”
as the premise for every one of their TV commercials. To take your bookie
business to the next level, making it more of a year round earner as opposed to
just during football season, you need more. More variety, more sports, more
options, more, more, more. Let’s take a look at how ways of building your
bookie business with baseball.
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lets start by saying that if you don’t operate your bookie business through a
quality Pay Per Head service, you need to start today. Not only will your PPH bookie software take care of most of
the hard work, letting you focus on finding new customers, it will
automatically give you and your players a massive betting menu to choose from.
course you will have all the traditional Major League Baseball options like
moneylines, totals and run lines and first 5 innings
totals and run lines, but here are some other options that will be available.
– Team to Score First
is a prop bet that can provide some value, giving bettors a feeling that they
can win. And it reality, this is a 50/50 proposition. It is well documented
that even the great pitchers sometimes have trouble getting started in the first
inning. I remember as a kid going to a Blue Jays vs. Yankees game where Roy
Halladay was starting for the Jays. He came out in the first inning, gave up
three hits and a run. He ended up going 9 innings, giving up 4 hits and the one
lone 1st inning run.
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point is there are a lot of runs scored in the first. While it’s true the odds
normally reflect the fact that the visiting team gets the first crack at
scoring every inning, but if you do some homework and find pitchers that really
have troubles taking the pregame bullpen session to the mound, a bet for the
opposite team to score first is a good proposition. You will find most odds
between -105 and -125.
– Total Hits + Runs + Errors
love this prop, being a big baseball fan that watches a ton of games, I love
betting total hits + runs + errors. It really keeps you engaged in the game,
gaining a point on categories that will provide some entertainment throughout
prop is exactly as it is stated, you get one point for every hit, run and error
in a game of your choice. The day I was writing this, the Angels and Astros
were playing the Sunday Night Baseball game. The total was set at 25, which is
actually quite low with pitchers Gerrit Cole and Shohei Ohtani on the mound.
The OVER was at -106 and the UNDER at -124.
is one of those propositions that not a lot of bettors know about, but can be a
part of your marketing plan as something that will peak interest.
– Pitcher Prop – Total Strikeouts
is another fun one for someone that enjoys a simple prop bet. You bet the
OVER/UNDER on a given strike total. In the same game as above, Cole’s K total
was set at 7.5, OVER 7.5-155, UNDER 7.5-+115.
any wager, bettors often look for value, and there is a lot of value to be had
betting a prop like this one. Research for a baseball player prop
like this is very focused, so you can really get into the meat and bones
without having to spend a lot of time searching for the information you need.
is a lot more to betting baseball than meets the eye. During the dog days of
summer you can really keep the ticket numbers adding up when bettors are made
aware of the potions that they have. Otherwise, they may never know. Find the
best way to market this; it could be a simple electronic flyer sent via text
message or email, and let your players know some of the options they have to
the most out of your Pay Per Head sportsbook
by getting your customers to wager throughout your whole betting menu. In the
end, more wagers means more possible profits for you, just by using what is
already available for you and your players.