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The most famous horse racing track in the United States is back in action. On Saturday, May 16, Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, started their spring meet.
Due to the pandemic, Churchill won’t have as many race days in 2020 as they did in 2019.
In good theory, the MLB baseball season should have been well into it’s first month right now, if it had started when it was originally planned. The Covid-19 crisis took a toll on all major sports in America and all major leagues in the world, and it delayed most sporting events that make us happy and keep us playing, week after week.
Today’s bookies use pay per head software services to grow their businesses, protect their profits, manage their players, pay and collect, and provide a professional betting interface to their clients.
You may have heard the term pay per head before and wondered just what all the buzz was about. From soup to nuts, here is everything you need to know.
Pay per head is a turnkey software service for online bookmakers that allows them to run their sportsbooks. The term 'pay per head' refers to the weekly payments based on the number of players (or heads) that are actively betting.
Me and my buddies were watching the game at our favorite watering hole in Las Vegas when we decided to place a bet on it. After the game was over, we had lost our pants off and one of them mentioned that we could make a killing if we had our own online bookie operation.
This is when we decided to go for it and the process was much simpler then we had imagined once you know how to do it. So I thought that I would share the experience so that anyone thinking about opening their own sports betting operation will have the information on hand.
This is probably the toughest step as you have to apply to the Nevada Gaming Control Board and Commission. The fee is quite high so this may not be for everyone.
This Saturday things will be heating up at Churchill Down for the 2017 Kentucky Derby. The start time is at 6:46pm when hopeful jockeys, owners and horses will race for a gold trophy and a first prize estimated at $1.24 million and $2 million in total prizes.
Since the 143nd Kentucky Derby is just a few days away, we thought that we would give you a special how to bet on horse racing tutorial to show people about the art of betting on horse racing.
For those who have never had the opportunity to go to a horse racing track or place a bet on a horse, it may seem like a complicated task but we assure you that it is a very simple bet.
Let’s start this horse racing betting tutorial with the most common types of horse racing bets available.