Why You Should Try Online Sports Betting

September 17, 2018

If you have never tried sports betting, then you are missing out because this is something which is really fun to do. Sports betting has been around for many years, with people betting on any sports they can in order to make a profit. There are many different sports that you can bet on and you can bet both in a bookies and online. Online sports betting is really kicking…

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Top 5 Sports Betting Websites in the UK

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August 2, 2018

Presently, gambling enthusiasts from the UK are given the unique opportunity to pick from a wide variety of virtual sportsbooks. Some of them were designed exclusively as bookies and operators gradually developed their products whereas others started solely as casino operators and later introduced their sports betting platforms. The variety of the interactive bookies is really wide which can make it hard to decide which is the best option for…

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Supreme Court To Hear Sports Betting Case Dec. 4: Nation’s Highest Court Could Overturn PASPA

October 9, 2017

Is the sports betting world about to get turned on its head?  Could wagering on sports become legal in more states? Here’s more from CardPlayer.com: One of the most pivotal legal battles in the gaming industry’s history will ratchet up a level when it’s heard before the U.S. Supreme Court on Dec. 4. That’s per a report from NorthJersey.com. The Supreme Court said this summer that it would take up…

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New Jersey Allows Physical Skill-Based Gambling

February 18, 2015

Are we fast approaching a new era when gambling on sports will be legal in all over the United States, not just Nevada?  When historians look back at this time, they may likely point to this event at a lone casino in New Jersey as a turning point. It doesn’t seem like a big deal: allow gamblers to bet against one another in games of skill. In this case, making…

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NBA Lockout Update: Won’t Anyone Think of the Oddsmakers?

Right now, NBA Commissioner David Stern is only cancelling pre-season games. Who cares, right? To borrow a phrase from former star Allen Iverson, “We’re talking about practice, man. I mean, how silly is that? We’re talking about practice!” But soon, we will be talking about cancelling regular season games (currently scheduled to start on November 1) which could result in a shortened season. Big deal, you say? The NBA seasons…

October 7, 2011
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