The biggest change in my 19 years of Super Bowls in Las Vegas is the explosion of proposition bets. What began in the mind of Jay Kornegay at the old Imperial Palace has become just as big, if not bigger than the side and total of the game.view
Around Town | It’s Super Bowl week! The town is filling up to capacity and excitement is building. The sportsbooks have tweaked their betting propositions, put the final numbers on their parlay cards and made preparations for the onslaught of bettors.view
V.I.P. Pigskin Picks | The hype for Super Bowl 50 is in full swing as Denver and QB Peyton Manning seek redemption for past Super Bowl failures while Carolina and QB Cam Newton seek to create their own legacy going forward.view
V.I.P. Getting Rich with Saber | This will be Peyton Manning’s fourth SB, each with a different head coach. He will be the oldest QB ever to start a SB, passing John Elway. Cam Newton will most likely be the MVP of the league.view
Feist Facts | The great Denver defense against the dominant Carolina offense! Peyton vs. Cam, youth vs. old! Where have we heard this tune before?
Vegas Sports Books | After the first week of Super Bowl betting action in Las Vegas, it’s quite clear the betting public loves the Panthers. No, I mean they really love the Panthers, as in about 79 percent of every ticket written has been on the Panthers.view
V.I.P. Iskoe’s NFL Football Averages and Rankings lists wins and losses straight up and against the point spread and Over/Under results. Analysis also includes yardage, turnovers and home/road scoring averages for the current 2015-2016 season through Sunday night’s game.view
2016 Super Bowl Propositions are provided by Caesars Entertainment. Check your local sports book for the latest oddsview
William Hill CEO James Henderson has been ousted, paying the price for the U.K. bookmaker’s struggle to keep pace in the fast-moving world of online betting.
CG Technology Holdings and the Gaming Control Board have reached a tentative settlement to a complaint that will have the company paying a $1.5 million fine and its CEO Lee Amaitis resigning by the end of August.
Casino revenue continued to grow statewide in Mississippi in June, with gamblers losing more at casinos along the Mississippi River and the Gulf Coast. Figures show casinos won $175 million in June, up 1.4 percent from $173 million in June 2015.
A Long Island poker veteran has emerged as the chip leader at the final table of nine players in the marquee Main Event at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos hit a record high in the just-completed fiscal year, with revenue from slot machines and table games rising 3.6 percent to more than $3.2 billion for the 12 months ending June 30.