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The Las Vegas professional sports bettor made $86,905 on Tuesday to run his total winnings to $1,867,142 and inch closer to Ken Jennings’ record of $2.5 million.
Prominent sports bettor David Oancea, known in gambling circles as “Vegas Dave,” must stay out of Las Vegas sportsbooks for three years, a judge ruled Monday.
James Holzhauer returned to “Jeopardy!” in flawless fashion Monday following a two-week hiatus.
Several Las Vegas sportsbooks posted lines on Week 1 games when the NFL released its schedule in April, and the Westgate also has posted lines on 80 “Games of the Year.”
“Jeopardy!” sensation James Holzhauer said he made his first bet at age 10, when he was a Chargers fan and wagered with classmates on them to win the Super Bowl.
The Las Vegas resident, who resumes his quest on Monday to become the biggest winner in the game show’s 35-year history, says his success hasn’t changed his way of life.
Steve Friedlander, a Reno ophthalmologist, hit a $40 trifecta on the Kentucky Derby that paid $459,024 and a $100 exacta that paid $150,480. Or so he thought.
The golfer misses the cut Friday at the PGA Championship, and sportsbooks won’t have to sweat out a large number of bets that he would win the 2019 Grand Slam.
As 13 horses prepare to contest the second leg of the Triple Crown Saturday at Pimlico, suspensions and lawsuits keep Kentucky Derby disqualification on the front burner.