How to Get Started If Your State Offers Legal Sports Betting

How to start sports betting if your state passes legislation is a stimulating process for beginners. I remember the first time I walked into a Las Vegas Sportsbook (1975) and was fully engaged. The team names were the only thing I understood. The big boards, guys erasing numbers and writing down new numbers was interesting. […]

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Using a Betting Exchange for Your NFL, NBA and MLB Picks

How the betting exchange format improves NFL betting, NBA betting and other major sports When exchange betting was first introduced over 50 years ago, many believed it would revolutionize sports betting and lead to the demise of the bookmaker. It has certainly had a major impact on the sports betting industry and is very popular […]

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How to Start Sports Betting When it Becomes Legal

How to start sports betting when it becomes legal is a stimulating process for beginners. I remember the first time I walked into a Las Vegas Sportsbook (1975) and was fully engaged. The team names were the only thing I understood. The big boards, guys erasing numbers and writing down new numbers was interesting. What […]

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Zags and Tar Heels Advance, Ducks and Gamecocks Fall

In the end, the Zags and Tar Heels just wanted it more. On one half of the bracket, the Zags finally put all that mid-major talk to rest; while on the other half, Roy Williams and company are one win away from redemption. Then there’s the Ducks and the Gamecocks who’ve gone back home by now, their […]

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It’s Madness: Final Four Set to Begin

Well folks, we’re here. It’s Final Four week in the NCAA Men’s Tournament. Sixty teams have fallen. Four remain. And if you didn’t already know, this is one of the most historic Final Fours in the history of the NCAA. Why? Because it includes two teams who’ve never made appearances in the Final Four, one […]

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Zags and Ducks Advance, KU Falls

When the Kansas Jayhawks entered Saturday’s game at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO, they expected to have a number of fortuities on their side; namely, an overwhelmingly blue and red crowd, and a wave of momentum built off three 90+ point games in the tournament. They, however, did not expect Jordan Bell to block […]

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And Then There Were Eight: A Look at the Sweet Sixteen

The round of sixteen known as the Sweet Sixteen came to a close Friday night as Florida guard Chris Chiozza sank a tear drop three-pointer in the final seconds of overtime against Wisconsin. Due in large part to sophomore guard KeVaughn Allen’s 35-point performance, Florida hung in with the Badgers, the surprise sleepers of the tourney. […]

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And Then There Were Sixteen Minus Duke

In the end, seven points seemed like a thousand. South Carolina left the arena with a ticket to Madison Square Garden. Duke left with nothing but soiled kleenex and tear-stained eyes. And just when we thought Wisconsin was the big upset of the tournament, the Gamecocks came in and showed us what was what. It […]

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Wisconsin, Xavier Among Tourney Upsets

Well, they don’t call it March Madness for nothing. We’re this close to the Sweet Sixteen being locked in and we’ve already had some major upheavals in the bracket. That includes a number one seed being knocked off in the second round. But before things heat up too much, let’s have a look at some […]

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