Professional sports bettor Erin Rynning expects both underdogs to prevail and derail a fourth consecutive NBA Finals matchup of the Warriors and Cavaliers.
While some superstitious Knights backers are hoping Lane picks against them again in the Western Conference Final, he’s not.
We already know that bettors can’t get enough of the Golden Knights. But since they are finally an underdog in the Western Conference Final, that angle has taken on new meaning.
A bettor with $10,000 to win $200,000 in futures wagers on the Falcons ripped up a check for $75,000 from PropSwap and didn’t hedge a dime before Atlanta’s 34-28 overtime loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl LI.
The Bob Baffert-trained colt ran a strong race to end the “curse of Apollo,” but his favorable trip over the “sloppy” racetrack means that questions remain to be answered before he can be considered one of the great ones.
A startup secondary market for active sports wagers in Las Vegas, PropSwap has sold 20 Knights bets and has five futures tickets for sale — including a $400 wager at 300-1 odds that pays $120,000. That ticket is on sale for $40,000.
The CG Technology sports book posted lines Monday on every NFL regular-season game from Weeks 1 to 16. Sharp bettors quickly pounced on six games, making limit wagers of $500 on each.
A Wynn Las Vegas bettor won $150,000 on a $500 futures bet placed on Justify at 300-1 odds in February to win Saturday’s Kentucky Derby.
I am going against that curse this year and backing European-trained Mendelssohn. He has been aimed at the Kentucky Derby since he was born 80 miles from Louisville.
Trainers point to have their runners primed to peak on the first Saturday in May, and the biggest upside for that performance comes from Todd Pletcher’s stable and in particular Vino Rosso.