Vegas Sports Books | The perfect storm was brewing at sportsbooks all across the Las Vegas Valley during Week 12 NFL action on Sunday. As each game got posted, the losses were piling up and the risk for the remaining games to be posted kept multiplying with parlay risk.view
VIP GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 13 | Las Vegas' top casino bookmakers pick the point spread winner of every NFL game. The Bookies Battle will be featured weekly throughout the 17-week pro football season.view
VIP Denny the Dog | What have you done for me lately? Have you heard that line before? Whether at work or right at home, it seems the world at times revolves around that well known phrase. And, it’s no different around the NFL.view
VIP Pigskin Picks | As part of the race to the NFL playoffs we will hear repeatedly about “must win” games. It is important to note that not all “must win” games are created equal and they do not necessarily equate with “will win. Thus there are different types of so-called “must win” games.view
Feist Facts | This is a time of year when you are happy to be involved with sports, not only as a fan but as a participant by wagering on games. This is a great time of year to enjoy the purity of sports and the money making opportunities that are available each and every day in the NFL, NBA, college hoops and college football.view
VIP On the Mark | My longtime good buddy and Georgetown, South Carolina attorney W. Sherwin Jacobs sent me an email last week praising our Gamecocks and their 8-3 record. You see, both of us were in Columbia at the same timeview
NFL Super Bowl 2018 future odds for betting and wagering are provided by South Point. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NFL future odds are updated weekly.view
VIP Iskoe’s NFL Football Averages and Rankings lists wins and losses straight up and against the point spread and Over/Under results. Analysis also includes yardage, turnovers and home/road scoring averages for the current 2017-2018 season through Sunday night’s game.view
There are several intriguing story lines entering the meat of the Week 12 NFL schedule, especially the Saints visiting the Rams with both teams in a tight battle to gain a first-round playoff bye. Both also have issues in the secondary.view
Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | The NFL's annual Turkey Day tripleheader features a key battle in the NFC North between Minnesota and host Detroit, to be followed by a couple teams trying to keep their heads above water in the playoff race.view
It’s that time of year again, when many people pack their bags and head out to gather with family and friends and enjoy a Thanksgiving feast. Thanksgiving football has become a big part of family traditions in many families.view
Vegas Sports Books | The two most one-sided games in Sunday’s NFL Week 11 action cashed for bettors as the Browns again found a new way not to cover, which should have been the perfect recipe for Las Vegas sportsbooks to get buried on the day. But it wasn’t all that bad.view
VIP GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 12 | Las Vegas' top casino bookmakers pick the point spread winner of every NFL game. The Bookies Battle will be featured weekly throughout the 17-week pro football season.view
Ice Cubes | Twelve months ago, the Vegas Golden Knights didn’t have a roster, busily preparing for the NHL expansion draft.
Slot Club Spotlight | The Skyline Hotel & Casino in Henderson recently launched its long-awaited new slot club. The Skyline, located at 1741 North Boulder Highway, features classic Vegas charm with all the comforts of home.
The largest U.S. credit card issuers, including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc. and American Express Co., have yet to formulate a policy delineating if and when their cards may be allowed for use in sports gambling.
The Louisiana Legislature adjourned its regular session without reaching a deal on a proposed extension of the Harrah’s New Orleans casino gambling license. The bill died thus dealing a major setback to plans for a new $350 million hotel project.
Wynn Resorts has announced it has completed the removal of nearly 1 million tons of contaminated sediment from the former chemical plant site on which it's building a $2.5 billion Boston-area casino now to be called Encore Boston Harbor.