Doyle Brunson, Phil Hellmuth, Scotty Nguyen and Erik Seidel were among the players telling their best stories about Layne Flack, who died recently at 52.
Both tracks smashed handle records for opening day thanks to full, competitive fields, packed stands (to the degree allowed) and joyful atmospherics.
The Mandalay Bay poker room has been closed since the casino shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. It will have limited days and hours for now.
The Westgate has posted odds for the season opener Oct. 12 at T-Mobile Arena pitting the expansion Seattle Kraken against the Golden Knights.
Station Casinos’ Last Man Standing contests could be worth $1 million, and William Hill is guaranteeing a $1 million prize pool for its college contest.
Dustin Johnson is at the top of the odds board for this week’s PGA Tour event, but bettors could find some better spots deeper in the field.
Only eight players in history have more World Series of Poker bracelets than Layne Flack, who became one of the faces of the early 2000s poker boom.
Two Nevada neighbors, California and Arizona, are on separate paths toward adding sports wagering, with Arizona much closer to the finish line.
Circa Sports and the Westgate said Collin Morikawa winning was a solid result for them. The Las Vegas resident cashed at prices around 30-1.
WSOP.com will host the events Aug. 8 to Aug. 15, with buy-ins ranging from $400 to $3,200. Players must by physically located in Pennsylvania to play.
Expanding sports wagering will be a main topic when the National Indian Gaming Association’s tradeshow arrives at Caesars Forum next week.
MMA handicapper Lou Finocchiaro (@GambLou) recommends a play on Makhachev to win inside the distance, which pays +145 at Circa Sports.
The United States is a prohibitive -1,000 favorite at the Westgate sportsbook to win the most gold medals, as Americans are the favorites in a wide array of events.
BetMGM has posted regular-season win totals on 115 FBS schools, and Alabama and Clemson top the list with 11½ wins each, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma at 11 apiece.
The Haskell Invitational drew a field of seven that includes the runners-up from all three Triple Crown races — Hot Rod Charlie, Mandaloun and Midnight Bourbon.