by Bryan B.S.
11 Aug 17
Within the gambling industry, there are several types of players, the big majority are regular folks that risk part (in some cases all) of their monthly paid check with the expectation that a miracle happens and they hit the jack pot with their wagers. Aside from these players, there are pro bettors, and no they are not like the crew from the Ocean’s Eleven movies.
Thanks to Hollywood representations, people think that pro players are gamblers that will rip you of every penny. But the truth is that those characters are hustlers and scammers, and yes, you may stumble on or two during you bookie career, but that is no how pro players behave.
Pro players take gambling very serious, placing several bets every week, they come in all ages but the common characteristic is that they have been in the wagering industry for enough time to gather lots of knowledge and skills. Each one has their own style, for example, there are pro bettors that specialize in longshots and they are quite good choosing underdogs that leave them big profits. Other pro players make a steady income stream by picking the right favorites to win.
As a Pay Per Head Bookie, you don’t have to be afraid of the pro players coming to your site, in fact, it would be a good thing to have some of them among your recurrent client base, as pro players are good hooks to bring new players since lots of their acquaintances go with them when they want to gamble or improve their game. If you have a pro player within your referral program he will point all those people to your betting site.
Another advantage of having a pro player among your clients is that they gamble a lot, several times a week and good amounts of money, even when they are good players, from time to time they will lose, meaning that you can make a good cut and build a solid cash flow.
If you still have doubts about pro players, remember that pay per head providers will give you all the tools you need to serve all types of players.