VIP MLB Betting Play | The Colorado Rockies and Chicago Cubs, both smarting from losses in Game 163, square off in the NL wild card game. First pitch is set for 5 p.m. PT at Wrigley Field where the Cubs are -135 money line favorites.view
VIP MLB Betting Play | The battle for the National League West title has come down to a winner-take-all, one-game playoff between the LA Dodgers and Colorado Rockies. First pitch is set for 1:05 p.m. PT at Dodger Stadium.view
It’s still early in the NFL season, but there has been a lot of worst-to-first action already. The Chicago Bears, who opened with the second highest odds of any team to win a division (14-to-1 at the Westgate), hold the edge in the NFC Central.view
VIP MLB Betting Capsule | The Colorado Rockies can clinch a tie for the first division title in franchise history when they host the Washington Nationals. Game time is 5:10 pm PT at Coors Field where the Rockies are -128 moneyline favorites. The total is 9.5.view
VIP Mayer's College Football Play of the Day | BYU at Washington game is analyzed.view
VIP Saber’s Sports Selections | Richard Saber finds some great plays for today.view
Vegas Sports Books | The 49ers covering +9.5 in a 33-30 loss at Green Bay Monday night capped a winning Week 6 of the NFL for Nevada sports books.
Poker Profiles | The Venetian is home to the Deepstack Extravanga Tournaments, some of the most popular poker tournaments in the world. We interviewed Tommy LaRosa, the Venetian’s Poker Room Manager for his background and thoughts on poker.
Dye-ing to Know | One of the most familiar names in Gaming Today’s Bookies Battle over the last couple decades has been “Johnny Spot.” John Druzisky, a supervisor at “The Book” inside The LINQ, got his nickname back when he was hanging out regularly in pool halls.
Reacting to an easier mobile sign-up system recently adopted by New Jersey, MGM, Caesars and Wynn requested that Nevada sports books be allowed to implement remote registration and identity verification for mobile accounts.
MGM has reported nearly $27 million in revenue during the first full month of operation at its Massachusetts casino. MGM Springfield generated $18 million in gross revenues from slot machines and another $8.8 million from table games like blackjack and roulette.