Steve Carp

Gaming Today Steve Carp

Steve Carp is a six-time Nevada Sportswriter of the Year. A 30-year veteran of the Las Vegas sports journalism scene, he covered the Vegas Golden Knights for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from 2015-2018.

Twitter: @stevecarp56 

 Email: Scarp@gamingtoday.com

Nick Bogdanovich keeps William Hill in game

Nick Bogdanovich keeps William Hill in game

posted on January 01, 2019 by

From the Editor | William Hill U.S.’s Nick Bogdanovich was a busy man in 2018 as sports betting became legal throughout the United States.

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Is Crimson Tide still the nation's best?

Is Crimson Tide still the nation's best?

posted on January 01, 2019 by

The stage is set. No. 1 vs. No. 2. And that’s the way it should be, though Georgia fans might argue that their Bulldogs would have given Clemson a better game than Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl.

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Hall of Fame boxing writer Royce Feour dies at age 79

Hall of Fame boxing writer Royce Feour dies at age 79

posted on December 28, 2018 by

Hall of Fame boxing writer Royce Feour, who covered the sport for almost 40 years at both the Las Vegas Sun and the Las Vegas Review-Journal, was found dead in his apartment Wednesday morning. He was 79 years old. 

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States should tell Feds to back off on sports betting

States should tell Feds to back off on sports betting

posted on December 25, 2018 by

From the Editor | Ray Lesniak is my hero. If you’ve ever made a bet on a sporting event, he should be your hero too.

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World Series Of Poker announces partial 50th anniversary schedule

World Series Of Poker announces partial 50th anniversary schedule

posted on December 20, 2018 by

The World Series of Poker celebrates its golden anniversary when this year's event begins May 28 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino's Convention Center. Last year's event had a record 123,865 entries generating a record $266,889,193 in prize money. 

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