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Serena Williams Pushes Through to Round 3 in French Open

Serena Williams, former World No. 1 and one of the most powerful and popular tennis stars in the world, is on her quest to claim her 24th Grand Slam singles title. Judging from her last match, she seems to be blazing her way through to the finals despite some minor bumps. Wednesday saw a match against Romanian player Mihaela Buzarnescu with a 6-3,5-7,6-1 win.

Sites like PricePerPlayer.com have a lot of bookies who earn a lot from betting on tennis. Especially with events like the French Open, where the top athletes are playing despite being in a pandemic. Williams was performing well in her first set, but things started to go south in the second set.

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Medina Spirit Wins Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs

medina spirit wins kentucky derbyMedina Spirit wins Kentucky Derby Saturday. Bob Baffert trained the three-year-old brown colt, making him the winningest trainer of the Derby with seven wins. Also, it was the fourth win for John Velasquez, the jockey.

According to the best pay per head sportsbook, Medina Spirit entered the race with the sixth-best odds. It won over Mandaloun in second place, Hot Rod Charlie in third place, and Essential Quality in fourth place.

According to sportsbook pay per head reviews, Essential Quality was the favorite going into the race Saturday. There were more than 50,000 people who watched the Derby at Churchill Downs. It was the most attended event in the United States since the start of the pandemic.

Medina Spirit Wins Kentucky Derby

UAE Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum owns Essential Quality. The Kentucky Derby Racing Commission received a complaint against the owner from a group of human rights lawyers. They called for his suspension from the race until he can show that his daughter is still alive.

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PricePerPlayer.com is Restructuring their Business with Lower Pay Per Head Prices

PricePerPlayer.com is Restructuring their Business with Lower Pay Per Head PricesPricePerPlayer.com, the leading Sportsbook Pay Per Head provider in the industry is changing its price per player model.  The typical model for a bookie Pay Per Head company is to charge a weekly fee for each active gambler. The price range for these services is usually from $3 to $25 per player. However, PricePerPlayer.com is Restructuring their Business with Lower Pay Per Head Prices per player.

How the company is changing from its typical price of $5 per player is by using a pricing chart. With the pricing chart, the cost will depend on the number of active players they have each week. The company is quick to point out that their new pricing system will not increase their already low prices. Instead, the new pricing system will only lower the price for their clients. Thus, the highest clients will pay is $5 per player and prices can go as low as $2 per player.

The new business model for the company aims to tie their profits directly with their clients. Their new motto is “Your Success is Our Success. Therefore, if a sportsbook or gambling operator does well, they want to share the profits with their clients. Meaning, the better a client does, the lower their operating cost will be when they use the PricePerPlayer.com Pay Per Head Services.

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Messi could finally stay in Barcelona after Laporta’s return

It has been a long and atypical season for Barcelona in La Liga and in Champions League, that’s no secret for anyone. Things didn’t look too well since the ending of last season, when Lionel Messi told the team he wanted to leave, and it practically stopped the whole football world. In the end, Josep Maria Bartomeu forced him to stay, which might just turn out to be his biggest accomplishment as club president, if the Argentinian superstar finally agrees to stay.

Bartomeu is now out of the team and could even go to jail, after making many wrong choices as team president in the past few years. Him being there was probably the cause of Messi wanting to leave, but now that he’s gone, and Joan Laporta is back officially, Messi could decide to change his mind and stay, and negotiations have officially begun.

In fact, making sure that Messi stays with the club was one of Laporta’s biggest promises in his campaign, so now he must go to work and try to deliver.

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Software Prices

Software PricesBookie software used to be a thing of the past, it’s now a mandatory MUST for the future! Local bookies are looking for anything to help them make their life easier and most importantly, to help make their job easier.

If you have ever been a bookie on any level then you know how difficult this job can be. Many folks have the idea that life as a bookie is all about a fat bankroll in the front pocket and the newest Caddy in the parking lot. We all know the stereotype and pretty much everyone is familiar with the reputation of local bookies from Brooklyn. Cleveland, Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles, and all points in between.

Even Las Vegas - yes, Las Vegas is chock full of local bookies. if you're reading this and you happen to live in Las Vegas chances are, you are a bookie on some level.  Las Vegas is indeed an outstanding place to live whether you are a gambler or a bookie, Las Vegas attracts it all and you know the stereotype.

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North Carolina Online Sports Betting Bill is Introduced

A new bill was introduced this week in the state senate, allowing the possibility of seeing online sports betting in North Carolina. This is the first legislative effort of North Carolina to legalize online wagering in the state. As many in the sportsbook pay per head industry know, online wagering has a huge potential to be a top revenue generator for anyone, much more a state.

The bill proposes that 10-12 licenses can be given to online sportsbook operators as well as tribal casinos. This is a bipartisan bill that, if passes, could be enacted as early as October this year. The bill will allow the licensed sports betting software companyy to operate under the purview of the North Carolina State Lottery Commission.

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Sportsbook Firms Want Legal Mobile Sports Betting in Arkansas

Sportsbook Firms Want Legal Mobile Sports Betting in ArkansasThree sportsbook firms want legal mobile sports betting in Arkansas. At present, mobile wagering is not allowed in the state. Thus, a lobbyist for the three sports betting companies wrote to the Arkansas Racing Commission regarding the rule change.

The lobbyist represents DraftKings, FanDuel, and MGM Resorts. Director John C. Campbell of the Arkansas Racing Commission said that licensed casinos are the only firms allowed to open a sportsbook in the state. The three companies are operating sportsbooks inside casinos.

Casinos with licenses to operate in the state are Southland, Oaklawn, and Saracen. A casino in Russellville has a sports betting license. However, it is engaged in a legal dispute. Campbell said that the three sportsbook firms are the first to propose changing mobile sports wagering rules.

Legal Mobile Sports Betting in Arkansas

The Racing Commission is open to discuss the legalization of mobile sports betting in the state. According to sportsbook pay per head reports, Arkansas casinos can develop mobile sports betting apps. However, players need to be within the casino property to place wagers through apps.

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Free PPH Trials

Free PPH TrialsThe interest in sports betting is at an all-time high due to a number of factors. Sports are very popular, with plenty of different options available to watch virtually every day. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in 2018 that Nevada wasn’t the only state that could have legalized gambling on sports.

Fantasy sports, or what can be thought of as gambling “light” eased many people into the practice of sports betting. All of these things contributed to the decrease in the stigma associated with not just sports betting in particular, but gambling in general.

While more than 20 states allow sports betting, with most supporting online wagering through approved operators, most still do not. People in those locations where the practice still hasn’t been legalized have to turn to other means by which to place wagers on sports. They can turn to online operators that are managed offshore, but funding accounts and getting paid out can prove difficult.

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