1, My Address, My Street, New York City, NY, USA
+1234567890
Mon - Sat: 9:00am - 8:00pm
Sports betting
Arizona Sports Betting Bill Has House Support, But Can’t Get Out Of Senate Committee
By admin | | 0 Comments |

Arizona’s bill that would legalize online and retail sports betting hit a snag as a Senate committee failed to pass the proposed legislation Wednesday. The Senate Committee on Commerce failed to advance the bill just a day after its identical companion bill passed a House committee by a 9-1 margin, according to a report from The Action Network. The bill would allow for betting on professional and collegiate athletic events at the state’s tribal casinos and another 10 venues such as horse tracks and home arenas to professional sports franchises. Sportsbooks would be eligible to be built at Talking Stick Resort Arena, Gila River Arena, Chase Field and State Farm Stadium, which are home to the four major sports franchises based in Arizona. It would also legalize daily fantasy sports. Republican Gov. Doug Ducey has been an outspoken supporter of legal sports betting and sign the bill if it got to his desk. Ducey’s lawyer, Anni Foster was at the House hearing of the bill. Foster said that passing it is necessary to legalize gambling taking place off the tribal reservations, which is likely going to be allowed as part of a new gaming compact that is still being negotiated, but agreed on in principle, according to reports. A lobbyist representing major online sportsbooks said at the same hearing that she estimates the state would reap $42 million in annual tax revenue if the bill is passed. With overwhelming support of the bill in the lower chamber, it seems likely that Arizona is a prime candidate to become one of the first states to legalize sports betting in 2021 if the Senate can come to an agreement on the legislation.       .
คาสิโน ออนไลน์ ที่ดีที่สุด 123 yesคาสิโน คาสิโน ที่ดีที่สุด คาสิโนufabet คาสิโน ufabet
Super Bowl Streaker Likely Won’t Get Paid On $374K Prop Bet
By admin | | 0 Comments |

The Florida man who streaked across the field during last Sunday’s Super Bowl reportedly made more than $300,000 on the stunt after it was revealed in an interview with a local radio station that he and his friends placed bets on the outcome on Bovada, an online casino available to most U.S. customers. According to a report from the New York Post, however, he may not be getting his money. In the radio interview with Wild 94.1, Yuri Andrade, a 31-year-old Boca Raton native, said that he and his friends bet $50,000 at +750 odds on “Yes” that someone would streak during the Super Bowl. But a spokesman from Bovada told the Post that the company was aware of the irregularities in the market and “needed to complete our investigation to identify all accounts associated with the irregularity before announcing.” The spokesman also said that all the “NO” wagers would be refunded and legitimate “YES” bets would be paid to into the accounts. “Our players have always trusted us to ensure the integrity of all props offered in our sportsbook,” read a statement from the company. “We will continue to make sure that any publicity stunts or ill-intended behavior cannot adversely affect the outcome of a player’s wager.” In the radio interview, Andrade said that his friends hatched a plan to have use two people in order to ensure that one got onto the field. The first streaker acted as somewhat of a decoy to attract security to him, allowing Andrade to have a clean shot at the field. Andrade was arrested on misdemeanor trespassing charges and it reportedly cost $1,000 to bail him out of jail.       .
คาสิโน ออนไลน์ ที่ดีที่สุด 123 yesคาสิโน คาสิโน ที่ดีที่สุด คาสิโนufabet คาสิโน ufabet
“Mattress Mack” Bets $3.46 Million On The Super Bowl
By admin | | 0 Comments |

Sports betting enthusiast and Houston-area furniture mogul Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale is making another massive wager on a high-profile sporting event. He made waves in the sports betting world over the last few days as it was revealed that he wagered $3.46 million on the Super Bowl. On Wednesday, he flew to Colorado, a state that recently legalized sports betting, and placed the seven-figure bet on the DraftKings mobile app. McIngvale took the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the spread. The NFC representative in the Super Bowl is getting 3.5 points against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. He famously lost $13 million betting on the Houston Astros to win the 2019 World Series. He made the bet as a hedge against a promotion he was running at his furniture store. During the 2019 Major League Baseball season, McIngvale said that if the hometown team won the World Series, he would give customers a full refund on any mattress purchase of $3,000 or more. He is running a nearly identical promotion at his store this year, offering the same refund and price point if the Bucs defeat the Chiefs this Sunday. Given the spread, if the Chiefs win by less than four points, he won’t have to refund his customers and also win $2.72 million from the Boston-based online sportsbook. While many of his high-profile bets are hedges against store promotions, McIngvale clearly likes to gamble. Last year, he lost $2 million betting against the Chiefs in the playoffs. He bet $1 million on them to lose in both the AFC Championship game and the Super Bowl. “Tampa Bay is loaded with talent on both sides of the ball and led by the greatest football player of all time in Tom Brady, so I’m betting big on the Bucs who have overcome tough matchups throughout this postseason,” said McIngvale in a statement on the DraftKings website. “The NFL has only seen eight instances of back-to-back champions and none in the past 16 years, so I like my chances going into Super Bowl LV for this trend to continue.”       .
คาสิโน ออนไลน์ ที่ดีที่สุด 123 yesคาสิโน คาสิโน ที่ดีที่สุด คาสิโนufabet คาสิโน ufabet
How to run a ‘Super Bowl Squares/Boxes’ office pool without an, umm, office
By admin | | 0 Comments |

Printable grid from Etsy.com available for download for $2.50Image: EtsyWhether you call it “squares” or a “box pool,” the betting game that takes place every year is a staple of offices and local bars for Super Bowl weekend. COVID, that dastardly villain, has attempted to lay waste to many traditions in the sports world, but I will not let it take my squares. Like everything else in this pandemic era, we simply must adapt and create a new way to enjoy the things that we love. What the hell are “squares”?I’m glad you asked. Squares is a betting system where a 10x10 grid is built. You buy as many squares within that grid as you’d like. After squares are purchased, the numbers along the outside of the grid are randomized. Those numbers represent the last digit of the score from each team. The scores that line up with the square you bought are your winning numbers. Most people will have payouts set for each quarter and also for the end of the game. Many sites have printable grids available, like Etsy.com. Here’s a template from FanDuel:Image: FanDuelIn a “normal year.” you’d just print this out and put it in your office break room, or behind the counter at your local bar. People would walk up and put their name in the squares they want and give their money to whoever is running it. Since we can’t do that this year, we’re going to need some other options.I’ve been doing a virtual squares game with family and friends for a few years. We run ours on a facebook group, which works okay. The picture of the grid gets posted, with every square numbered. People comment with the squares they want to buy, and once the grid is full, the person running it does a live video to draw the numbers to fill in the outside of the grid. A Facebook group is perfect for the prerequisite trash talking, which as we know is half the fun. G/O Media may get a commissionIn terms of handling the money, we fortunately live in a time where it’s as simple as Venmo, Zelle, or PayPal to send money to someone, no matter where they are. (Pro tip: Do not mention gambling or bets when sending money through apps.)Another option, while not sexy, is the gool ol’ Google sheets method. It would be easy enough to create a grid, email a sharing link to your friends, coworkers, or family members, and allow everyone to write their own names in the squares they want to buy. Pretty simple. Sometimes simple is good.If you want to get fancier, I found a website called Gridiron Games. It’s free to join but does require you to create an account, and I went through the process of putting this site through its paces. It’s super user friendly, takes just a second to sign up, you can send an invite link to whoever is going to be in your pool. Just like the old paper method, people can select and mark their own squares. As a “commissioner” of the event, you also have the option of marking squares as being paid or not, which is very helpful for tracking buy-ins. There are a number of ways to go about it. No matter how you plan to enjoy your annual squares game, don’t let the need to adjust stop you from playing. After all, trash talking your coworkers/friends/family members is half the fun of Super Bowl Sunday. .
wmคาสิโน คาสิโน1688 คาสิโน ออนไลน์ จีคลับ คาสิโน ออนไลน์ pantip คาสิโน ออนไลน์ 777