by Mark Mayer | All Station Casinos properties will be offering "No Juice" wagering this Thursday from 5-7 p.m. to satisfy the positive response to the idea when implemented at the Fiesta properties. The concept of "No Juice" is that all football bets during that two-hour period are even money.
Normal procedure in football bets is for the house to make $11 for every $10 wagered by the public. The theory behind the 11/10 is that if the same number of customers split the action on a particular game, the house stands to make a profit.
Guests may wager straight bets only on any college or pro football sides. Wagering limits are $3,000 for NFL sides and $1,000 for NCAA sides. "No Juice" wagering is not valid on first or second half wagers or parlays.
"We are very excited to be the first sports books in Nevada to offer the No Juice wager and after such a positive response and overwhelming demand at both of our Fiesta properties last week, we wanted to extend this unique wagering opportunity another week as well as expand where guests could place their bet," said Art Manteris, vice president of race and sports book operations for Station Casinos.
Football fans may place their "No Juice" wagers at Palace Station, Boulder Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Santa Fe Station, Green Valley Ranch or Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa.
Complete details are available in the respective sports books at all participating properties. For more information about Station Casinos, visit www.stationcasinos.com.