A Bettor’s Guide to the College Football Playoff

by WagerHome Blog on December 5, 2023

With the College Football Playoff going to 12 teams next year, we’ll never see another unbeaten conference champion like Florida State get passed over for a one-loss Alabama. But if anyone thinks there won’t be controversy involving the 11th, 12th, and 13th best teams in the country, I have a bridge to sell you.

There will always be controversy in a sport that uses polls. But we are getting closer to making sure the best team in college football is always given an opportunity to compete for the National Championship, and this year we have succeeded.

Odds to Win College Football Playoff and National Championship

  • Michigan (+185)
  • Alabama (+200)
  • Texas (+260)
  • Washington (+750)

This year the committee had no room for second place finishers. Georgia, after an entire season of sitting at No. 1, is out after losing to Alabama in the SEC Championship. The Tide rolled through the last half of the regular season and they enter the playoffs as the fourth seed by the committee, but as the second betting favorites in Las Vegas.

Texas beat Alabama early in the year, and then they put a loss to Oklahoma in the rearview mirror by cruising to an easy Big 12 title. The Longhorns closed out the season with a 50-point win over Texas Tech to get into the Big 12 Championship Game, then they beat Oklahoma State by 28 to claim their fourth conference championship.

Washington finished the season undefeated and beat Oregon twice on its way to winning its final Pac-12 title. Next year, along with Oregon, USC, and UCLA, the Huskies move to the Big Ten. Before the Huskies begin their quest to win the school’s first National Championship since 1991, quarterback Michel Penix Jr. hopes to win Washington’s first ever Heisman Trophy this weekend in New York.

For Michigan, three straight wins over Ohio State and three straight Big Ten titles are no longer enough. To complete the resume of this era of Wolverine football they must finish the season as National Champions. They are the betting favorite, and they are the most experienced. They are the only team returning from last year’s group of four.

Semifinal Matchups

  • No. 4 Alabama vs. No. 1 Michigan (-1.5)
  • No. 3 Texas (-4.5) vs. No. 2 Washington

Beginning our New Year’s Day of top college football will be Alabama and Michigan in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The Wolverines are favored in that one by just 1.5 points. 

Following the conclusion of the Rose Bowl, Texas and Washington will kick off in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. Texas is 4.5-point favorites.

Pay Per Head Software

These four teams will play just three of the 41 college football bowls that are on tap this month. Plus we have the end of the NFL regular season, NBA, college basketball, and the NHL. So many sports, so little time, unless as an independent bookmaker you also have a pay per head software partner like WagerHome.com.

With WagerHome you get a fully customizable website, access to WagerHome’s huge menu of sports and betting options, plus EZ Live betting. See a demo at WagerHome.com.

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Betting on the FedEx Cup Playoffs

by WagerHome Blog on August 8, 2023

Betting on the FedEx Cup Playoffs

The bulk of the golf season is behind us, with all four majors now in the rearview mirror. But the big prize of the FedEx Cup still remains, and the three-tournament playoff to decide the season’s champion begins on Thursday.

Leg one for the 70 qualifiers is at the FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis, Tennessee. From there the top 50 golfers move on to the Olympia Fields Country Club in Olympia Fields, Illinois, south of Chicago. The final 30 golfers that remain go on to Atlanta the final weekend of August for the Tour Championship, and the biggest payday of the season.

Everyone that plays the final weekend in Atlanta will get at least $500,000, the Top-10 will all make more than $1 million, and the check for winning the FedEx Cup is for $18 million.

Favorites to Win FedEx St. Jude Championship

Scottie Scheffler (+650)
Rory McIlroy (+900)
Jon Rahm (+900)
Patrick Cantlay (+1600)
Xander Schauffele (+1800)
Viktor Hovland (+2000)
Tyrrell Hatton (+2200)
Collin Morikawa (+2200)
Wyndham Clark (+2800)
Tommy Fleetwood (+2800)
Rickie Fowler (+2800)

FedEx Cup St. Jude Championship

Rory McIlroy is the defending FedEx Cup champion, although he began his victorious playoffs by missing the cut in the St. Jude last year. Thus is the importance of having a big lead in the standings as you head into the playoffs. The regular season points will carry over until we have our final 30 golfers.

That means no matter what disaster strikes the top three golfers in the world, Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler, and McIlroy, they will be around for round two. Rahm is the current FedEx points leader with 3,320 points, Scheffler is second with 3,146, and McIlroy has 2,304. Only Max Homa also has over 2,000 points.

It’s important to note that these odds for this tournament only, not the overall winner of the FedEx Cup, and that none of the top-10 favorites listed here have ever won the St. Jude. However, just out of the top-10 is Jason Day, the 2015 winner of the St. Jude, paying +3000. Tony Finau won this event in 2021, and he is on the odds board at +3500.

Last year at this event Will Zalatoris recorded the first PGA Tour win of his career. He was out of the playoffs the following week with a back injury, and it is the ongoing recovery from that injury that kept him from returning to Memphis this year.

Pay Per Head Software

These are a huge three weeks for golf, and they coincide with the three weekends of the NFL preseason. Plus we have MLB pennant races, NASCAR and UFC, and college football kicks off at the end of the month. It’s a lot for independent bookmakers to keep track of, unless you have the help of a top pay per head software provider like WagerHome.com.

With WagerHome you get your own fully customizable website, access to Wagerhome’s huge menu of sports and betting options, plus EZ live betting. See a demo today at WagerHome.com, and when you sign up your first four weeks of membership will be absolutely free.

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What Makes Pay Per Head Right for You

by WagerHome Blog on April 4, 2023

This time of year is the best time to be a sports bettor. We just had the NCAA Tournament and the Final Four, which handles more than $15 billion in wagering. Major League Baseball has started its season, and just around the corner we have the NBA and NHL Playoffs about to start.

Add in weekly golf and racing events, regularly scheduled MMA fights, and the end of April’s NFL Draft, and being a sports bettor in April is like being a kid in the biggest candy store in the world.

It’s great for the bettor. All day, every day, there is something great to wager. But for the independent pay per head bookmaker, how can you possibly stay on top of it all?

Outsource the Busy Work but You Stay the Boss

The reason you began your business was because it is your business. You answer to no one. Your hours, your rules, and your money.

But when it comes to setting the odds and keeping them up to date, taking wagers, collecting payments and making payouts, the work can become overwhelming at this time of year. You want to grow your business, but there is never any time.

This is where a pay per head service like WagerHome.com comes in. For only a small fee per month and per customer, WagerHome will handle the busy work. Keeping the books, setting the odds, handling all financial transactions safely and securely, and giving you detailed reports on all of your clients betting favorites. That’s what WagerHome can do for you, and all through your own fully customizable website.

The business remains yours. You remain the boss, choosing exactly which sports each of your customers can access, setting individualized pay per head limits, and even having the option to offer an online casino. You run the show, and all from WagerHome’s easy to use Booking Agent Dashboard.

Why Your Clients Will Love Pay Per Head

The reality is that when you run your own sports betting shop, you have to limit what you offer. You’re only one person, and you can only be stretched so thin before you break.

But WagerHome gives you the power of a full-scale sportsbook that covers the Pay Per Head world. No longer do you have to limit your clients to the big-four North American sports. Offer them basketball, but from five continents.

WagerHome offers a huge menu of sports and betting options, including access to EZ Live Bet, their live in-play Pay Per Head betting platform. Expand your racing offerings and allow wagering from soccer leagues around the world. Give them real time odds and instant payouts, but most importantly, give your clients access to customer service experts 24 hours a day.

You can also give your clients horse racing options, eSports betting, and an online casino that is available on the web and mobile app, and with live dealers for Blackjack, roulette, and Baccarat.

The software is equipped with the highest security standards in the business, protecting everyone’s identity and financial information. That’s great for you, and it’s great for your clients.

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David vs. Goliath in Bookmaking

by WagerHome Blog on March 3, 2023

This is truly the golden age of sports betting, and the pie among bookmaking is big. But at times the independent bookmaking can feel like it’s getting smaller and smaller because of all of the big and well-known bookmaking that are coming online.

Yes, they have resources and the ability to throw money at new clients that you don’t have. But with a top pay per head software provider on your team, you can level the playing field.

What is Pay Per Head?

A partnership with a pay per head software provider is simply a way for you to farm out the hard and time-consuming work of bookmaking, helping you compete with the Goliaths of the industry and freeing up your time to work on client outreach.

Account management, setting odds and taking wagers, deposits, and withdrawals, and 24-hour customer service – all of that is handled by the pay per head software like WagerHome.com. And you, as the name says, only pay a small monthly fee per client.

Why Your Clients Will Love It

The reason you have loyal clients is because of the personal attention you give them. With WagerHome.com as your partner you can still give them the independent bookmaking feel, but with all of the bells and whistles that come with a big and powerful sportsbook.

They can give them in-play betting through WagerHome’s EZ Live Bet. This offers them hundreds of great betting options around the world, and around the clock. On your own, this would be a nightmare, but with WagerHome.com it’s as easy as the click of a switch.


One of the fastest-growing sports in the world is eSports, and placing bets on eSports is growing just as fast. That is just one of the more than 80 sports and sports leagues from across the world that your clients can wager. And the odds for each of those 80 sports, and the hundreds of events inside each sport, are automatically kept by WagerHome.

And if you choose, you can add horse racing and an online casino to your business’s offerings.


Why You Will Love It

Your clients will be happy when placing wagers through the platform provided by WagerHome, and you will be happy as their bookmaker.

You can customize exactly what you offer to each client. What sports, what odds, betting limits if you so desire, weekly deposit caps – all of those are available to you through your Player Controls panel. And that, along with all of the other things you will use to manage your business, is easy to access through your Bookie Agent Dashboard.

No more time wasted on having to crunch the numbers on each of your bookmaking clients. WagerHome will provide you with weekly figures on each player, so you know what they bet and when they bet. That information allows you to better tailor your offerings to the needs and desires of your clients.

And since the idea of any good business is to grow, WagerHome allows you to bring on board and manage a collection of sub-agents who can be your bridge to a new and expanding client base.

More clients equals more money, and suddenly you are the Goliath of your sports betting business.

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Three Best NFL Bets to Make in Week 4

by WagerHome Blog on September 30, 2021

Washington Football Team (-1) at Atlanta Falcons

This may not be the most desirable game to watch. Washington is starting Taylor Heinicke at quarterback, and they just got hammered by Buffalo. Atlanta is coming off a win, but against the Giants, it hardly qualifies as a turning point in the season.

The Falcons did cover the spread with their three-point win in New York, but in their previous two games, they missed the cover by 31.5 and 10 points. That’s not close to good. Washington has been equally bad against the spread, but they’ve actually played good teams, and they came close to beating the Chargers.

WFT has a better team, better running game, and much better defense. Look for them to win on the road by at least three points.

Tennessee Titans (-7.5) at New York Jets

The Jets have scored a grand total of 20 points in three games. The Titans scored 21 in the second half of their comeback win at Seattle.

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The Titans’ defense is not good, and it’s unlikely the Jets will be shut out again. In fact, they could double their season points in this one game. But Derrick Henry is back, and Tennessee is getting Julio Jones more involved each week.

There is simply no reason to think the Jets will cover the spread this week, or maybe any week this season. They are that bad, and Tennessee seems to have fully righted the ship after their rocky start.

The Titans win this one on the road by at least 10 points.

Bonus bet: Over 46

The Jets will have their highest-scoring day of the season but still, lose by double-digits. That pushes this game over 46 total points.

Baltimore Ravens (+1.5) at Denver Broncos

The Broncos are 3-0 on the season and 3-0 against the spread, but they’ve also played teams that are a combined 0-9 on the season and just 1-8 against the spread. Denver is good, but we have really no idea if they are undefeated good. Probably not.

In come the Ravens, fresh off another last-second victory. This team has been tested in all three games this season, and in the last two, they emerged victorious. And that is without any of the running backs they were relying on in the preseason to carry the load this season.

As a team used to winning, Baltimore knows how to finish close games, and they will win this game outright in Denver. Take the Ravens and the points.

Pay Per Head Software

We are nearing the quarter-pole in the NFL season, the MLB postseason is just days away, and up next is basketball and hockey. Now is the perfect time for independent bookmakers to partner with a top pay-per-head software provider.

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NCAA Football Week 3: Betting Favorites to Hammer

by WagerHome Blog on September 13, 2021

It’s Week 3 in college football, and we’re beginning to see which teams are contenders for a championship and who is just hoping to qualify for a bowl game. With Spencer Rattler at quarterback, Oklahoma is definitely a contender.

Nebraska at Oklahoma (-22)

Nebraska has quieted some of the criticism it faced after an opening game loss to Illinois. They looked overmatched against the Illini, even as the odds on favorites.

Since then, the Huskers have laid waste to Fordham (expected) and beaten Buffalo by 25 (doubling the point spread). But Oklahoma, with all of its history against Nebraska, is a mismatch. 

This is the 50-year anniversary of the “Game of the Century,” but it will be all Oklahoma in this one. Spencer Rattler is the deserved Heisman frontrunner, and Nebraska will do nothing to slow him down. Oklahoma will keep it at full throttle the entire game, easily covering this spread.

Minnesota at Colorado (-1.5)

Last Saturday, Minnesota won its game against Miami (OH) but showed that they are not nearly the same team without running back Mohamed Ibrahim. Against Ohio State, they covered the spread in the loss after getting three quarters from Ibrahim. Against Miami, they failed to cover with an offense that was lackluster from the start, and especially the second half.

The going for Minnesota will be even tougher against the Colorado defense, which just took Texas A&M to the brink. The fifth-ranked Aggies survived to win 10-7, but the Buffaloes gained a legion of believers. They were 4-2 against the spread in 2020, and they have started this year 2-0 ATS.

Colorado still hasn’t played on the road, and they’ll use another week of home-cooking to take out the Gophers. Colorado wins the defensive battle by a touchdown.

Alabama (-15.5) at Florida

One of the best parts about betting on Nick Saban and Alabama is that he is never satisfied with his team’s performance, no matter the score. He never stops coaching, and he demands that his team never stops playing.

Unhappy with the 34-point win over Mercer, no doubt the Tide are having a rough week at practice that they will take out on the rival Gators on Saturday. Much like they did against Miami in Week 1, Alabama will be dominant from start to finish.

Florida is 2-0 but has yet to cover in taking on Florida Atlantic and South Florida. The Gators have lost seven straight to Alabama by an average score of 39-18, and you can expect a similar margin of victory on Saturday.

Alabama Football

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Why NOW is the Best time to Get Started with PPH Services

by WagerHome Blog on September 3, 2021

If you have ever considered starting a Pay Per Head (PPH) service, then now is the perfect time to make that leap. This is a growing industry, but there is still plenty of space for you to carve out your own path.

Not only is there still some space to get your own PPH service started, but there is no better time than the present to launch. There are some slow times of the year for sports betting, but the month of September is not one of them.

Football Kicking Off

In case you haven’t heard, the college football season is already underway, and the 2021 National Football League (NFL) season is set to begin on September 9th with a full slate of games later that weekend. Football is the most popular sport in the United States, and that includes the sports betting industry.

If you are going to launch a Pay Per Head service, then now is the perfect time to act. Bettors are going to be looking for action anywhere that they can find it, and that is where you can come in. Bettors simply can’t stay away during football season as the temptation is too much to want to get in on the action.

The football season will last all the way into February, but you don’t want to wait that long. Get things going in a hurry and take advantage of your Pay Per Head service all football season long.

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In case you haven’t heard, the college football season is already underway, and the 2021 NFL season is set to begin on September 9th with a full slate of games later that weekend.

NBA/NHL Ready to Begin

Football will always be the driving force behind the US sports betting industry, but the other major professional sports play a role as well. The National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) will begin play in October, and that will just add to the long list of betting markets.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a massive effect on the entire sports betting industry, but it appears that the worst part is now over. Both the NBA and NHL are back to their original timelines, and there will be a full schedule for each league this season.

Oh, and Major League Baseball (MLB) Playoffs will begin in October as well, adding another popular sport to the mix.

WagerHome Makes it Easy

The final reason that now is the best time to get started with Pay Per Head services is because WagerHome.com makes this process extremely easy. You no longer have the excuse that this would be too hard to get started or that you won’t have any support along the way.

If you think that getting started with PPH services is the right choice for you, then the first step is to visit WagerHome and get the process started. You are going to be blown away with all of the tips and resources provided on the site, and you’ll be able to get this going in no time.

Every day that you wait is more potential money that you are missing out on, and there is no reason to delay any further. Get to WagerHome and get your PPH services up and running before the first touchdown is scored in the NFL.


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Best College Football Week 1 Bets of the Week

by WagerHome Blog on August 31, 2021

The 2021 college football season officially started last Saturday, but there were only a handful of games on the schedule. The real fun begins this week as the schedule is loaded, and there are some great betting opportunities available.

Not only does Week 1 of the college football season provide some great betting opportunities, but it also provides a chance to offer betting as a Pay Per Head site as well. There is no better time than the present to launch one of these sites as this is one of the top betting markets in the United States.

The action starts off strong on Thursday night as the UCF Knights host the Boise State Broncos. The home team is now a 5.5-point favorite over Boise State, and that line doesn’t feel accurate. UCF will be playing its first game under new head coach Gus Malzahn, and this team is going to play well in the season opener.

Another great bet for both bettors and those running a Pay Per Head site is the Big Ten showdown featuring Penn State and Wisconsin. The Badgers are 5.5-point favorites on Saturday morning, but this matchup should be one of the best of the day.

The Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game is another game that will receive plenty of betting attention, and this would be a great game to feature on a Pay Per Head site. This game will feature the Alabama Crimson Tide as 19.5-point favorites against the Miami Hurricanes.

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Miami enters 2021 with plenty of hype, and they have the talent to keep this game close against Alabama, but not for the entire game. Alabama has made a history of blowing out teams, and they will be looking to make a statement as the defending national champions.

These are just a handful of games that stick out when it comes to Week 1 college football betting, but these are not the only opportunities. There is plenty of excitement surrounding the opening weekend of college football, and taking advantage of that hype with a Pay Per Head site can be extremely valuable.

Take Bets Using WagerHome

When you go to set up your Pay Per Head site, there is only one true option to use. WagerHome.com makes it extremely easy to set up your own Pay Per Head site, and this can be done just in time to start taking wagers on college football games.

Being your own bookie is a massive advantage as it allows you to control how the sports betting scene works for you. Instead of relying on someone else to take the bets for you, you are able to be in control.

WagerHome.com has all of the tools that you need to get started in the Pay Per Head industry, and they will also provide you with help and guidance along the way. The college football season will be around for the next few months, but kicking things off with a Pay Per Head site this weekend is a winning play.


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Use PPH Services for NFL Season; Deal with Fantastic Customer Service

by WagerHome Blog on August 26, 2021

The 2021 NFL season is just a few weeks away, and the sports betting industry is going to take off once again. Sports betting tends to slow down during the “Dog Days of Summer,” but the Fall season and football get things back on track.

If you are tired of placing bets through an online sportsbook or visiting a casino, then perhaps there is a new strategy for you to try. Instead of making bets with someone else, take control of things yourself and launch a Pay Per Head site.

Every single day new sports bettors are looking for a spot to place bets on sporting events, and that spot could be with you. Using Pay Per Head services is actually much easier than you might think, especially if you are doing this with some help.

There is some serious money to be made by creating your very own Pay Per Head site, but the biggest money will be made during the NFL season. You don’t have much time to waste, though, as the games are set to begin on Thursday, September 9th.

If you are someone that gets tired of seeing unfavorable odds listed at the sportsbook of your choosing, then you can be the one that is setting those odds. You don’t need to spend months or years trying to establish your own sportsbook, and creating your own Pay Per Head site is something that can be set up in a matter of days.

WagerHome Is For You

If you aren’t convinced that now is the right time to sign up for a Pay Per Head service yet, then perhaps taking a closer look at WagerHome.com will convince you. You will be given all of the resources that you need to get started with your Pay Per Head service, and you will also find tips that help make you successful.

Choosing a site to offer Pay Per Head services is one of the most important steps of this process, and WagerHome helps make this a smooth transition. These services will not only last throughout the entire NFL season, but you will be established and ready to take on the other major sports as well.

Understanding that now is the perfect time to offer Pay Per Head services is an important realization, but choosing WagerHome.com is an even better idea. Simply sign up for an account today, and you can be taking bets before the 2021 NFL season opener.

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You will also find that WagerHome provides excellent customer service, and you won’t be taking this journey on your own. With help along the way, you simply can’t go wrong by creating a Pay Per Head site and doing it at WagerHome.


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NFL Preseason Week 2 Betting Picks to Consider

by WagerHome Blog on August 17, 2021

Some people think you should never bet on the NFL preseason. We think those people either:

a) don’t like fun
b) don’t like football
c) don’t like betting, or
d) all of the above

It is tough to bet in Week 1 when you’re not sure who is going to play, what rookies are going to see significant snaps, or what kind of offense each team is going to run. But now that we’ve seen everyone play at least one game, we can go into Week 2 preseason action with good intel to help guide our picks.

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We love to bet all year round, even if it’s preseason football. That’s why for me, those fans who think you should never bet on the NFL preseason either don’t like fun, don’t like football, don’t like betting, or all of the above.

New England Patriots (-1.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

The New England Patriots failed to cover last week against Washington, but quarterback Mac Jones looked good against a really solid Washington offense. The expectation is that he will play even more against the Philadelphia Eagles and look better against a lesser defense.

Jalen Hurts needs more work for Philly after only completing three passes against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and that gives the edge to the Patriots.

Pick: New England (-1.5)

Detroit Lions (+6) at Pittsburgh Steelers

If this was the regular season, you would take the Pittsburgh Steelers and lay the points. But they are going to continue to keep Ben Roethlisberger safe on the sidelines, while the Detroit Lions are going to keep working on growing the chemistry between Jared Goff and his new collection of wide receivers.

Six points is just too big of a spread for a game that will mostly be played with backups. You may not get to do this all season, so this week, take the Lions.

Pick: Detroit (+6)

Kansas City Chiefs at Arizona Cardinals (+2.5)

Neither starting quarterback saw significant Week 1 action, and neither one will this Friday either. But the Arizona Cardinals have more to play for. The Kansas City Chiefs are working on some depth and getting their O-line up to speed. The Cardinals are trying to push their offense to the next level.

Kansas City puts this game into cruise control first, and that’s why we like the Cardinals.

Pick: Arizona (+2.5)

Tennessee Titans (+3) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Last week, the Tennessee Titans were getting 2.5 points against the Atlanta Falcons. They won by 20, holding Atlanta to just three points. Be a believer in this Titans team. They have a good deep offense, and because defensive improvement is such an important thing for them, they are taking the preseason seriously.

You won’t see much of Tom Brady after he finished Week 1 with just nine yards passing. And with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers having 22 incumbent starters returning in 2021, their backups will play a much greater role than Tennessee’s. For that reason, we like the Titans to cover.

Pick: Titans (+3)

Pay Per Head Software

There is only one more weekend of preseason football after this, and then it’s on to the regular season. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to take your independent bookmaking business to the next level for the entire NFL season by teaming up with a top pay per head software provider.

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