VIP Getting Rich with Saber | This will be a huge week in Vegas with Super Bowl LII being played on Sunday. There will be parties, big bettors and small punters taking shots on the hundreds of prop bets. They are like reading a book with Propmaster Jay Kornegay posting over 400, around 30 pages, at the Westgate.view
Wise Kracks | The amount of money bet on Super Bowl 52 will set a record for sure, breaking the current mark of $138 million set last year. My goal here at GamingToday is to try to make you aware of what you are doing before you do it. Not necessarily to bet less but just bet smarter.view
VIP Denny the Dog | David vs. Goliath. That’s how the press first cast Super Bowl 52 after the conclusion of championship weekend. The first numbers the general public got a chance to look at on their phone accounts or local sportsbook were 6 and 6.5view
Inside the Lines | Super Bowl week is upon us as this Sunday the New England Patriots will aim for their 6th Super Bowl title since 2002, when this impressive and dominant Tom Brady and Bill Belichick era began, as they will take on the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.view
VIP Pigskin Picks | Super Bowl 52 is scheduled to kick off this Sunday at approximately 3:30 p.m. Pacific time. The indoor venue of US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis should make for a cleanly played game with no wind or other weather elements coming into play.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Mo and Big Dave try to make heads or tails of the first wave of Super Bowl props that came out on Saturday...the talk is about what goes into the task itself, where the early money is going, and what props stick out so far...view
2018 Super Bowl Propositions are provided by Caesars Entertainment. Check your local sports book for the latest oddsview
Vegas Sports Books | Championship Sunday turned out exactly how most books wished with a bookmaker’s dream happening. The Patriots won but failed to cover and then the Eagles got a blowout win to help avoid an all way, all day teaser pleaser for bettors.view
Feist Facts | Continuing last week’s coaching changes in the NFL, let’s go game by game, team by teamview
Cash Considerations Podcast | Alan Berg and Dave Sharapan leverage their over 20+ years of sportsbook experience to guide you to the sharp side of the weekends action.view
VIP On the Mark | The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles weren’t No. 1 seeds by accident so seeing both reach Super Bowl 52 should be no great surprise. And yet it is. Tom Brady and the Patriots are masters of the fourth quarter comeback.view
FREE PREVIEW! VIP Pigskin Picks | The two winners this weekend, the Patriots and Eagles, will play for the one goal that all teams strive for when the regular season begins each September – the right to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Check back next week for Andy's Super Bowl LII picks!view
The Takeover | The stage is set. The battle of the icons is upon us at Super Bowl LII in Minnesota: Five-Time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady of the New England Patriots versus… Nick Foles.view
Dinero Talks | Weekend World Cup action didn’t disappoint, unless you were hoping heavyweights would impose their will. Argentina drew with first-time finalist Iceland. The betting favorite to win it all, Brazil, was denied three points by Switzerland after a 1-1 result.
Felix Rappaport, president and CEO of Foxwoods Resort Casino, was found dead on Monday at his personal residence located at the Connecticut casino. A cause of death has not been determined but no foul play is expected according to reports.
VIP Free Preview On the Mark | It pains me to say you have to go way back to the Borscht Belt days of the 1960’s when the Catskills were roaring.
The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation has announced a late June date for the ground breaking on a new Arizona casino project. Construction on the 166,341-square-foot casino will begin late this summer and is expected to be complete by spring 2020.
Mississippi is being tabbed by those following the roll out of legal sports betting in the U.S. as the next state, following Delaware and New Jersey, to begin legal sports betting operations.