When the Supreme Court decision broke, New Jersey rejoiced. After a lengthy, costly legal and legislative battle for nearly a decade, finally a court agreed that the 1992 federal law banning full-fledged sports wagering outside Nevada was unconstitutional.view
Vegas Sports Books | We’ve got a new modern version of the Wild West across the country, as at least 18 states anticipated Monday’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that would allow legal sports betting. But along the way there’s been a lot of misinformed elected officials.view
Knight Moves | For the listeners of the Cash Considerations Podcast (episodes weekly and often bi-weekly) my opinion is clear – the Winnipeg Jets are the better team and are going to win this series. I can’t think of too many times in my sporting life I hope I am dead wrong.view
Ice Cubes | After the Vegas Golden Knights quickly fell behind in the opening minutes of Game 1 in the Western Conference championship series for the Clarence Campbell Trophy, I thought I was looking at the exact performance by the San Jose Sharks.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | Mo and Big Dave and regular guest Jeff Davis, senior bookmaker at Caesars, talk about the Supreme Court ruling regarding sports wagering. The boys also discuss the Golden Knights win in game 2, some Caps-Lightning, and the NBA playoffs after the opening games.view
NHL Stanley Cup future odds for betting and wagering are provided by South Point. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NHL future odds are updated weekly.view
Tuesday night's Stanley Cup Eastern Conference finals game between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Capitals in Washington offers bettors a chance to jump aboard a nice-paying trend.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Mo and Big Dave talk the final four in hoops and hockey. Mo has been saying for months, it's Cavs/Warriors again, do the other guys agree? Then, the boys discuss hockey and whether or not the Golden Knights can get to the Stanley Cup Final.view
WestJet has announced it's adding two special nonstop flights between Winnipeg and Las Vegas on May 17 and May 20 to accommodate fans attending the NHL Stanley Cup semi-final series between the Winnipeg Jets and the Vegas Golden Knights.view
VIP NHL Betting Capsule | Two of the league’s most explosive teams collide in Tampa Bay where the Lightning host the Washington Capitals in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. The Lightning are -175 moneyline favorites. The total is 6.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Big Dave and Mo talk Stanley Cup Playoffs, NBA Playoffs and more.view
What just happened at this WV sports betting meeting involving Major League Baseball, lobbyists, local universities, lawmakers and ‘Bray the Intern’?view
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
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.