An all-time Super Bowl prop loss and some brutal changes of fortune in basketball make up our first weekly compilation of games bettors want to forget.
For the sheer amount of pain and suffering it caused in Las Vegas, the Knights’ bitter defeat to the Sharks is No. 1 on our list of the top seven betting bad beats of 2019.
Oakland needs to beat Denver as a 3½-point road underdog and needs the Texans to beat the Titans, Ravens to beat the Steelers and the Colts to beat the Jaguars.
The Knicks-Pacers total was 209 on Saturday. Indiana led 104-100 with 5:05 left and the over looked like a lock. The final score was 104-103.
Minnesota, Southern California and Tennessee are among the teams drawing early action after Circa Sports released its Week 13 lines Sunday.
A 19-member committee charged with identifying potential sporting events for Southern Nevada and to research the formation of a sports commission had its inaugural meeting Friday.
Southern Nevada real estate professionals already have seen indications of an anticipated climb in local land values as a result of Las Vegas’ leap into big-league status.
Norman Freedman is 83 but vividly recalled details of a bad beat he suffered 40 years ago, when Earl “The Pearl” Monroe mysteriously turned his apparent $2,000 win into a $100 loss.
Most avid sports bettors and poker players can write a book on bad beats. It would be a tragicomedy about the most agonizing losses of their gambling lives that double as miracle wins for other bettors.
The Browns have got nothing on the Dolphins when it comes to dealing bettors a bad beat.