Online NFL betting
Although Americans cannot legally bet on NFL football games, except in certain places like Vegas or municipalities that have legalized gambling for fiscal reasons, there is obviously a lot of betting going on between friends, at least.
Even though there are not many mobile sports-betting apps for real cash yet, there are some powerful tools, in app form, which augment or even make such bet-making practical.
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Social Betting is Home-Grown
Other than the newest social features, there are online trends coming into play. One familiar one is using odds for setting a line on bets. Another major trend in NFL betting is to allow adjustments to one’s wagers in real time based upon various information being made available — so it becomes a game of interpretation as much as a gut feeling about which team will win. These sorts of features are imported from British and European (legalized) betting practices.
The social elements becoming de rigueur for online casinos that offer mobile games have gone well beyond allowing players to have user profiles and avatar pictures. The very style of betting can change greatly from person to person, friend to friend, even though they are betting on the same sporting event. The bets themselves are never the same, just like great football games.
Now, instead of betting against (seemingly) a sports game itself in isolation, a one-shot-deal, we can bet against our friends, or continue against the house. That right there — the kind of DIY, do-it-yourself logic of the Web (that is, finding information and doing things by yourself) — is now applied to getting your kicks at gambling. Many people are asking the question, Why do we need bookies anymore?
The Web does what a bookie has always done, and more. Handling the money wagered and keeping scores is really the least significant function of a bookie from our perspective, as friends betting each other. Advanced Internet programming does all that calculating better, anyway.
Web-based NFL betting also permits people to know more about their beloved game (how good and bad plays affect odds and the overall team performances). There is an app nowadays that runs simulations, up to fifty thousand per play during a game, and then predicts the outcomes of games. This has nothing to do with gambling directly, however, nobody can miss its usefulness to someone wanting to place bets.
Another app you can download uses virtual cash (which of course can easily be translated into dollars) and manages the various bets you make with your friends. It is basically the automation, the downsizing, of the bookie. But it also tracks play-by-play information about the games. If you add to this other apps, such as the predictive tool, then you will have a much more interesting time at your NFL gambling.
All of this, of course, plays right into our hands as mobile Internet users. Prepared with the many newest NFL-oriented apps, we’ll never again be stuck to the TV screen as we watch games, and stake money on our own football savvy.