The Takeover | For the first time this past week, USFantasy had some NFL propositions. Which one of eight teams will score the most points (Prop No. 8) and what will the winning margin be in the Carolina-Seattle game (Prop No. 12).view
VIP Getting Rich with Saber | Thanksgiving is over but this bettor is sort of thankful the regular college football season is over, with the exception of the lone game this week – the Army/Navy game. Then it’s the Bowl season and we hope to recoup some of our losses with the Bowl games.view
Fantasy Force | USFantasy keeps adding new things to its already big menu of fantasy games but this week they are also offering a couple fantasy props.view
Fantasy Force | As the NFL playoffs begin to take shape how can we take advantage from a fantasy perspective?view
Las Vegas-based USFantasy has begun offering its sports wagering options beyond Nevada with the addition of four off-track betting sites across Colorado.view
Dye-ing to Know | Sports bettors around here have their set routines. For most, it’s an obsession with parlay cards during football season.view
DraftKings and FanDuel’s executives say the last year of battling with regulators across the country for their industry’s survival helped bring about the merger of the once bitter daily fantasy sports rivals.view
Fantasy Force | The winning continues in USFantasy as Marcus Mariota was the big winner for me this past weekend. Now to keep the train on track let’s look at this week’s card.view
Fantasy Force | Mariota has been heating up as of late, some of that has to do with the defensive talent he’s seen some I believe is of his making. While he is not the typical gunslinger, I think he has success this week against San Diego and will be a nice price if he hits the board.view
The Takeover | For the second straight week it looks like another solid winner in USFantasy. Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart piled up 180 USFantasy points after going off at 23-1 in Prop No. 7. When I gave him out on GamingToday.com on Saturday he was at 17-1.view
Reports are surfacing that Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) leaders DraftKings and FanDuel, are close to merging operations. The long-rumored deal was described as “imminent” and could be announced as early as this week, after details are finalized, according to ESPN.view
Fantasy Force | If you are familiar with playing in traditional leagues it’s about having handcuffs to players in great offenses. Spencer Ware of the Chiefs is a great example as he had been the backup till Jamaal Charles until Charles injury issues flared up and Ware has since put his stamp on the job.view
A $12 million settlement has been reached between New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel. Both Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) companies have each agreed to pay the state $6 million over the next three years.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
Feist Facts | It’s time to kick off a new football season! College football begins Saturday, so here’s a look at the top 40 teams, working our way to No. 1 next week. Let’s get started with teams 40 through 21.
NFL Previews | From top to bottom, there isn’t a more tightly wound division than the AFC South. Last year the South had a wild card for the first time in five years when Tennessee advanced with a 9-7 mark.
Poker Profiles | Station Casinos’ Green Valley Ranch has a new poker room manager. We asked for an interview. Her name is Kathy Raymond and she was previously the executive director of poker operations at the Venetian poker room
GamingToday, the Las Vegas sports and gaming publication, has been acquired by gaming visionary Bill Paulos. This will mark the end of an era for the sports and gaming publication that was founded over 40 years ago by Chuck and Eileen DiRocco.
Concerned that expanded sports gambling will bring additional costs for ensuring their games are on the up-and-up, college athletic departments are looking for a way to get a piece of the action.