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If you’re a human male, you’ve likely said to yourself at least once: “I’m basically a pro gambler.”

You’re not. If you quit your day job to bet on football full time, you’d be broke by halftime on the first Sunday of the regular season. If you’re going to lose your money by making terrible bets, you might as well do it while also watching an adult film star losing all her clothes for the same reason because it’s 2013 … so of course that is an option available to you.

“We have already had a ton of interest before the site was even fully launched,” Strip Sports Betting director of marketing Chris Neismeth said in a statement. “Now, we’re up and running and ready for the first game. We expect thousands of viewers around the world will be watching our first live broadcast and the numbers will just go up from there.”

Strip Sports Betting will start with NFL football games. The website will hold an event for every Sunday and Monday night football game where gamblers can go online and watch three women bet on the same match. As those women lose bets, they’ll have to remove an article of clothing. Viewers can then go on, which is running Strip Sports Betting, to bet real money on the outcome of the game and the same plays as the women.


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I don’t know. I guess this is for those people that can’t go the length of a football game without the prospect of a naked human waiting for them on the other end:

“Football is our first sport we’re launching, but we will be doing hockey, basketball, and baseball in the future,” said Neismeth.

Strip Sports Betting will open alongside the NFL regular season. The first match is Thursday, Sept. 5, when the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens face the Denver Broncos.

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