With Selection Sunday for the NCAA Tournament approaching, there are several teams with double- and triple-digit odds that could be worth a wager to win it all.
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Legendary sports bettor Billy Walters said he was betting on the Chiefs in Super Bowl 58. But some in the gambling world didn’t believe him.
Patrick Mahomes improved to 11-1-1 against the spread as an underdog to help bettors beat sportsbooks on the spread and money line on the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
Billy Walters, widely regarded as the most successful sports bettor of all time, gave his Super Bowl pick on radio row Thursday at Mandalay Bay.
Gamblers lined up at the Westgate SuperBook to take the first crack at the book’s massive menu of Super Bowl prop bets. Here is some of what they bet.
Sharp bettors backed the Ravens over the Chiefs in Sunday’s AFC title game. But the so-called sharps were reminded that it’s never wise to bet against Patrick Mahomes.
Westgate SuperBook vice president Jay Kornegay went 59-25-6 against the spread this season to win the Review-Journal NFL Challenge and is 3-0 ATS in the playoffs.
The battle to play in Las Vegas in Super Bowl 58 is down to four teams, with Baltimore and San Francisco early favorites in the NFL conference title games.
Sharp bettors backed the Lions over the Buccaneers in Sunday’s divisional round game. Westgate SuperBook vice president Jay Kornegay also likes a side in that game.
The Dallas Cowboys had won 16 straight home games before Sunday’s 48-32 wild-card playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers as 7-point favorites.
Matt Ste. Marie, a married father of two from Minnesota, won the Circa Sports Million with some help from the Buffalo Bills in the final game of the NFL regular season.
Quarterback Matthew Stafford is going back to Detroit with the Rams to take on his former team in one of the most intriguing games of Super Wild Card Weekend.
The Steelers are consensus 4-point road favorites over the Ravens, who would be 7½- or 8½-point favorites if they were playing for the No. 1 seed.
Only two entries from a field of 6,324 were still in the running for the $150,000 prize entering the final day of Station Casinos’ Last Man Standing contest.
Only four entries from a field of 9,267 remain in the running for the $9.2 million prize in the Circa Survivor contest. Two weeks remain in the contest.