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SUNRISE, FL, February 28, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Halflines.com is announcing that it will have sports betting information and stats for betting on 1st half and halftime lines. Halflines.com is not a betting site but uniquely different in that the site gives gamblers betting stats and matchups for how teams have fared in the 1st and 2nd half only. This service is invaluable to bettors that place 1st half and halftime bets.
Halflines.com entrance into the sports betting information area was driven by a lack of information for 1st half and halftime betting stats and info on the web. There are a lot of websites that give info and stats for full games but none just for 1st and 2nd half wagering.
Since the Internet has taken over the sports gaming industry, this has brought on a huge amount of interest in betting on 1st and 2nd half's for football and basketball. Halftime lines which are also called 2nd half odds can be posted quickly online and a wager can be made.
March Madness is quickly approaching and all the games will be covered by www.halflines.com. Users can see how teams have fared in the 1st and 2nd half only giving the user an advantage over the sportsbooks. 1st half and halftime betting lines will all be posted on the matchups for all the games which include the spread and the over/under.
March Madness is the 2nd most heavily wagered on sports event behind only the Super Bowl. Users can see all the betting matchups for college basketball, NBA, and NHL at http://halflines.com.
Halflines.com is the leading source for sports betting information for 1st and 2nd half wagering. It provides stats, info, betting lines, injury updates, box scores, and matchups for 1st half and halftime betting for all major US sports leagues. http://halflines.com
Halflines.com was started in 2011 and is a division of Annanta Source, LLC. Halflines.com is the premier source for all your sports betting needs including 1st half and halftime betting matchups, halftime lines, 2nd half lines and odds, and historical betting lines. Follow Halflines on Twitter at @Halflines.
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