The Patriots-Cowboys matchup is the 6-1 favorite after opening at 7-1 at the Golden Nugget sports book, which has posted odds on all 256 possible Super Bowl LII matchups.
The casino industry’s largest lobbying group in the U.S. is ramping up its efforts to repeal a 25-year-old federal law that bans sports betting in most states.
A potential Patriots-Cowboys Super Bowl LII matchup is the 7-1 favorite at the Golden Nugget sports book, which posted odds on all 256 possible NFL championship matchups.
There’s eight times as much money on the Warriors to cover the 8½-point spread in Game 5 Monday than on the Cavaliers.
Former bracelet winner Barry Hutter of Hollywood, Florida, is one of several notables near the top of the leaderboard in the $1,500 buy-in “Millionaire Maker” No-limit Hold ’em event, as 1,178 of the 7,761 entrants remain.
Tapwrit overtook favored Irish War Cry in the stretch to win the Belmont Stakes by two lengths, giving trainer Todd Pletcher his third victory in the final leg of the Triple Crown.
A breakdown of the fights on the main card of UFC Fight Night 110 on Saturday at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand, with picks from the Review-Journal’s Adam Hill and Heidi Fang.
Hitting the trifecta in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes might be as easy as 1-2-3 if Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello’s top three picks come through. He likes Tapwrit, the No. 2 horse and fourth choice at 5-1 odds, along with Twisted Tom (No. 1, 20-1) and Gormley (No. 3, 7-1).
Defending champion Dustin Johnson is the obvious favorite to win the U.S. Open and is down to 4-1 odds at the South Point. But he missed the cut last week at the Memorial, and his trouble with the putter is worrisome.
John Smith advanced to the semifinals of the $10,000 buy-in Heads-up No-limit Hold ’em Championship for the second consecutive year and will look to improve on his second-place finish in 2016.