VIP MLB Betting Play | The Chicago Cubs will look to square the World Series at a win apiece after Cleveland drew first blood with a 6-0 victory on Tuesday in the opener. Game 2 is set for 4:08 p.m. PT at Progressive Field.view
VIP Baseball Play of the Day | Baseball World Series Chicago Cubs at Cleveland Indians game is analyzed.view
Comedian, actor and producer Steven Wright will bring his deadpan delivery and trademark satire to The Orleans Showroom on Nov. 25-26. Wright got his start as a performer at Ding Ho’s Comedy Club and Chinese Restaurant in Cambridge, Mass. Having been seen at the venue by the producer of “The Tonight Show.”view
NCAA Football National Championship future odds for betting and wagering are provided by Westgate. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NCAA Football future odds are updated weekly.view
NFL Inside The Lines | The NFC East has been jokingly called the “NFC Least” by pundits for years because of how weak a division it had become, but it is starting to gain some of its tenacity and strength back.view
The Analyst | Just this past week a federal court ruled against Phil Ivey and his partner Cheng Yin Sun in a dispute with the Borgata over their $9.6 million dollar baccarat win at the casino.view
Poker Scene | Hollywood Park Casino’s Grand Opening Celebration kicked off this past Friday. Los Angeles now has a poker showplace to rival any in the world, and this weekend Hollywood Park Casino firmly established itself at the top of the list of the best places to play poker in L.A. or anywhere for that matter.view
The Takeover | Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi (7/2) and Chiefs RB Spencer Ware (3/1) got the job done as the Exacta for Prop No. 3 paid $52.80 for $1 in USFantasy on Sunday.view
Around Town | USFantasy debuted at several Las Vegas sportsbooks for Week 2 of the NFL season. Since then it has grown in popularity, added other sports such as basketball and hockey, and become available at 31 books here in town and 10 others throughout the state.view
Doc's Sports Services | We turned things around when Arizona State was able to cover in a 37-32 loss to Washington, but our record on the week went below .500 when Oklahoma could not cover the 13.5-point spread in a 66-59 victory against Texas Tech.view
Dinero Talks | We’ve been taking a weekly comprehensive division-by-division look to get you thoughts on win totals and futures on division odds, but now that games that count in the standings are about to tip off, we’re cramming the Northwest and Pacific Division info into one column.view
The Net Result | Chicago has been the World Series favorite since before the season began. Still, the Indians – whose already depleted starting pitching avoided falling apart in the middle of their series win over Boston because of an injury suffered during a poorly-time drone-maintenance session by Trevor Bauer – came up strong thanks to their bullpen.view
Ice Cubes | Five games into the NHL season may not tell us much on our favorite teams to wager on, but it can lead us in the direction of the “go-against” teams – ones off to a nice start, yet should eventually fade away to join the cast of Pretenders.view
Slot Club Spotlight | Atlantis Resort Casino in Reno is a AAA Four Diamond resort – a distinction held by only the most exceptional hotels in the world. Hotel guests enjoy free WiFi, custom furnishings and complimentary access to indoor/outdoor pools and Cardio Theater and Fitness Center.
FREE VIP PREVIEW! Bettin' on B-Ball | Cleveland is the favorite to repeat as Eastern Conference champion and is expected to meet Golden State for a third straight season. The Warriors won the title two seasons ago, defeating the Cavs in six games before losing in seven games last season.
Track Phantom | There are 10 days remaining until the Breeders’ Cup. The official draw for the two-day event comes Monday, Oct. 31. Given the amount of information to digest, it is wise to use the next week to prepare an approach for both handicapping and wagering strategies.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has denied a request to reconsider the casino-gambling ballot issue. The court had ordered that votes on the proposed constitutional amendment not be counted Nov. 8th.
New Jersey’s Asbury Park Press has come out against the expansion of casino gambling in the state. Last week’s editorial says that the wording of the ballot question to allow two casinos in Northern New Jersey has “too many unanswered questions to warrant support.”