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How to Bet on WWE and Pro Wrestling

06 Oct How to Bet on WWE and Pro Wrestling

Entertainment Betting is Increasing

While gambling has been restricted to sports, we’re seeing a movement toward interest in betting on TV shows such as Big Brother, Dancing With The Stars, Game of Thrones and much more.
WWE and professional wrestling falls into this realm of amusement betting. We know the results are predetermined, but it’s interesting to get any skin in the match when outcomes are still generally unknown to the general public.
But Isn’t It Fake?
Scripted, yes. Fake, no. But the scripted part will cause bettors to raise an eyebrow. How is it fair if the outcome is known? Much like the outcome is known to TV show authors, people still like to make bets for pleasure when they believe they know the answer.
While, yes, the result is known to the performers and the writing staffs, many times the results have been kept confidential in WWE’s inner circle. Sometimes those results get leaked and one way that novels tip players off they are in the know is inflated gambling lines, like one wrestler being a -900 favorite for a match.
It’s very important to bettors to realize there is a distinct difference in entertainment betting vs sports gambling. Entertainment betting is not a wise approach to maximize your bankroll.
Many Books WIll Limit Entertainment Bets
Since the outcomes are not determined in real time, novels will restrict the sum of money a player can bet on an entertainment event. The standard maximum wager would generally be less than $100 approved on a bet. In this manner, the publication protects itself from someone with insider information placing a huge bet on a sure thing.

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