Inside The Lines | This week’s Inside The Lines Column will be devoted solely to the Vegas Golden Knights. We’ll discuss the betting impact, both in Vegas and offshore.view
Ice Cubes | For those of you holding Vegas Golden Knights futures tickets at 500-to-1, there is no truth to the rumor your favorite sportsbook will buy-back your wager at half-price. Yet!view
He’s a 40-year-old business executive who began gambling young, went out of control in college, and “ended up bust” in his thirties. His battle against addiction is ongoing but he’s at a place in his life now where he’s got too much to lose and has confronted the issue head-on.view
Inside the Lines | We are in the midst of a very entertaining and competitive second round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs as the Penguins, Capitals, Lightning, Bruins, Golden Knights, Sharks, Predators and Jets remain in the mix to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup in June.view
Ice Cubes | Everyone asks where is the supposed home-ice advantage in the Stanley Cup Playoffs? Entering the final game of the first round – Boston’s 7-4 bouncing of Toronto – home and road teams were dead-even with 22 victories each.view
A note to Nevada sports books: on a day when the wagering tickets were on the Vegas Golden Knights by at least a 3-to-1 margin (some reported 4-to-1)view
Knight Moves | After a Game 1 demolition, the Vegas Golden Knights scored in overtime sending T-Mobile Arena into a frenzy, knowing they would be heading to San Jose up 2-0 in the Western Conference Semifinals.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Big Dave and Mo break down the big win for the Knights in OT on the road at San Jose. Joining them is Jeff Davis Senior Bookmaker at Caesars.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Big Dave and Mo breakdown the Knights-Sharks, NFL Draft Mock 15 and possibly some NBA Playoffs.view
The NBA and Major League Baseball have proclaimed that a 1-percent “integrity fee” on sports betting is essential to secure fair, legal contests for bettors to wager on.view
Despite a feeling that a Connecticut sports betting law won’t reach completion during this legislative session, one bill on the table, SB 540, continues to move through the process of getting to the Senate floor.view
Ice Cubes | In the biggest story in sports since Leicester City captured soccer’s English Premier League in 2016, the Vegas Golden Knights take Step 3 in their run to the Stanley Cup championship when they meet the San Jose Sharks in the Pacific Division Final.view
Penn National Gaming is the first casino operator in Pennsylvania to apply for a license to offer sports betting in the state, now that regulators cleared it to begin. Penn National submitted a 107-page application to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Friday.
The W hotel brand is leaving the Las Vegas Strip. The SLS casino-hotel on Wednesday announced it will assume control of the W Las Vegas, which currently occupies one of the property’s three towers.
An organization working to legalize casinos in Arkansas says it raised more than $1 million last month from two American Indian tribes in neighboring Oklahoma.
Hollywood Casino in Charles Town is the first casino licensed to offer sports betting in West Virginia. The West Virginia Lottery Commission made the announcement Monday. The casino expects to start accepting bets Sept. 1.
NASCAR is on its way, Sept. 13 thru Sept. 16, to the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” Las Vegas, with a series of “fan-centric” events to promote the South Point 400, this year’s kick off event for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.