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Jim Barnes covers sports betting and the World Series of Poker for the Review-Journal. He first joined the Review-Journal as a copy editor in 2012. The Fort Worth, Texas, native previously was the sports editor at the Waco Tribune-Herald and also covered high school sports for the Dallas Morning News. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2000. He is an experienced gambler who has competed in the Westgate SuperContest and the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Phil Hellmuth packed what would be a lifetime of accomplishments for most players into the first three weeks of the World Series of Poker at the Rio.
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The DraftKings bettor hit the first three legs of the parlay Wednesday, then needed the Cleveland Browns to come through Thursday to rake in the payday.
Ten handicappers offer five picks each on college football games throughout the season. Dana Lane leads at 20-15, and Paul Stone is second at 19-16.
Michael Addamo won his fourth major title in a little over a month, claiming the $50,000 buy-in High Roller No-limit Hold’em at the World Series of Poker.
Defending Westgate SuperContest champion ODBMG, made up of two poker pros, shared the six-figure prize for the first six weeks of the contest.
It’s shocking to see Clemson as an underdog at Pittsburgh on Saturday, but that reflects what the Tigers have been this season: an average ACC team.
Review-Journal sports betting reporters Jim Barnes and Todd Dewey post their best college football and NFL bets for Week 7.
The point spread and total for Thursday’s game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns have each moved more than three points this week.
Adam Friedman became the first person to win the same WSOP event three times in a row, defeating Phil Hellmuth heads-up early Thursday at the Rio.
Clemson has moved down steadily in the Westgate SuperBook’s power ratings amid two losses and a series of close wins against average competition.
Layne Flack, who died in July at age 52, is nominated alongside seven other top players and two other industry figures for the Poker Hall of Fame.
Hellmuth, the 1989 WSOP Main Event champion, now has six more bracelets than his next closest rivals — Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil Ivey.