Opening Day isn’t until April 2, but that didn’t stop bettors from firing away at the Major League Baseball regular-season win totals posted Tuesday at the Westgate sports book.
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Early betting interest on the bout has been nonexistent at the Westgate, which posted odds on the possible megafight Thursday with Mayweather listed as a 25-1 favorite and McGregor a 11-1 underdog.
In reality, no one gets killed at the NHC, but playing in it can be like dying a thousand deaths. Each winner you pick shoots a mythical poison dart into your foes.
The inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup, won by Arrogate on Jan. 28 at Gulfstream Park, will need tweaking to become a sustainable model.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed Wednesday that the league is “re-examining” its stance on gambling.
A game that featured the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history by the greatest quarterback of all time also produced a record wagering handle in Nevada.
Super Bowl LI will be remembered as one of the worst bad beats ever by Falcons bettors.
Overall, most books reported winning days but William Hill suffered a six-figure loss, most of it on in-game wagering.
Tom Brady and Matt Ryan generated a lot of individual action around town in proposition bets with Brady rewarding his backers handsomely after leading New England’s comeback in the Patriots’ 34-28 overtime win Sunday in Super Bowl LI.
The Patriots trail the Falcons 21-3 at halftime and bettors are backing them in the second half as favorites of between 4½ points and 6½ points at Las Vegas sports books. The total is 30½.
The total has dropped to 56½ at several Las Vegas sports books after staying at a record-high Super Bowl total of 59 for most of the two weeks leading up to the game.
A bettor using his phone app made a $1.1 million wager on the Falcons plus 3 points Friday at CG Technology.
A survey of opinions from Review-Journal staff members, other media, oddsmakers, professional handicappers and one former Las Vegas mayor.
Three Las Vegas sports book directors don’t have to think back too far for a vivid Super Bowl betting memory. It happened at the end of Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, 2015.
The new sports betting and analysis multi-platform network was an idea that took a long time to come to fruition.
Wynn sports book director John Avello watched his beloved Giants escape with a 20-19 upset of the Bills to win Super Bowl XXV on Jan. 27, 1991.
Two years after the movie “Black Sunday” hit theaters in 1977, another Super Bowl disaster played out in Las Vegas, where sports books were buried by bettors who middled Super Bowl XIII.
Jay Kornegay had no line to Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, and he did not dial up a pair of kneel-downs from backup QB Bubby Brister.
As usual, stakes are high for those placing bets on the Super Bowl. This year, for those who can’t handle the pressure, a local Las Vegas startup is offering a way out.
Will either Brady or Ryan break Kurt Warner’s Super Bowl record of 414 passing yards? Station Casinos bettors say ‘Yes,’ which is at plus-350 after opening at plus-400.
Another unique prop offered at Caesars is “Will the ball hit the uprights on an extra point or field goal?” Yes is plus-450. No is minus-550.
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