Alan Berg

Gaming Today Alan Berg

Alan Berg has 10-plus years of experience at Las Vegas sports books and prior to moving to Las Vegas covered sports for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He covers fantasy sports and combat sports for Gaming Today.

Twitter: @PercentBerg  

Email: AlanBerg@gamingtoday.com

Pacquiao hopes for career rebirth in '19

Pacquiao hopes for career rebirth in '19

posted on January 09, 2019 by

Off the Canvas | Things haven’t exactly turned out Manny Pacquiao’s way the last few years. Maybe 2019 will provide a rebirth to the 40-year-old welterweight from the Philippines when he faces Adrien Broner Jan. 19 at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas.

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Cash Considerations Mini Cast 1: Interview with Kyle Wilson

Cash Considerations Mini Cast 1: Interview with Kyle Wilson

posted on January 04, 2019 by

Cash Considerations Mini Cast | Kyle gives us his opinions on the NFL Wild Card and fills us in on his future bets and look ahead going forward.

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Cash Considerations 96: NFL Wild Card, Bowl Season Recap, NBA makes the cast!

Cash Considerations 96: NFL Wild Card, Bowl Season Recap, NBA makes the cast!

posted on January 03, 2019 by

Cash Considerations Podcast | Mo takes the Bowl Season title with 1/2 point victory over Big Dave. Will he put it up for the National Championship Game? Also NFL Playoffs are here the guys have a Money3.

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Fantasy football is a game that changes consistently

Fantasy football is a game that changes consistently

posted on December 26, 2018 by

Fantasy Force | System and opportunity are key elements of season long fantasy football. Fantasy football is a game that changes consistently much like the NFL. It is important to continually reassess the approach to drafting a team and in-season planning.

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UFC, Jones get Cali trip

UFC, Jones get Cali trip

posted on December 25, 2018 by

Off the Canvas | If you missed Jones-Gustafsson I, it’s currently free on YouTube and I highly recommend it. Gustafsson has only had two fights in past three years while Jones has two. Both are high- level fighters, but even with all his troubles Jones is arguably the greatest MMA fighter of all time.

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