Daniel Wallach, partner at Becker & Poliakoff, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss a historic ruling today on sports gambling. Wallach explained the efforts in New Jersey to legalize sports gambling like they have in Las Vegas and why this will not work. The only chance the legislation has is if another state jumps in and throws weight behind this legislation so the Supreme Court will take up the case. Wallach says that until then Vegas will continue to be the only place where you can legally bet on sports.
Tonight The B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Houston and Las Vegas. They started in Houston talking to Houston Chronicle writer Jose de Jesus Ortiz about Carlos Correa’s injury and the Astros in general. Ortiz says that he is hearing that the injury is not as bad as originally feared and that Correa will be a huge help to the team. Next they flew to Las Vegas to talk to Micah Roberts, Line Makers with SportingNews.com, to talk about how the unpredictability of the World Cup is impacting betting in Las Vegas. He also said sports books are looking with interest at whether or not the Rockets will recruit LeBron James.
Our friend Stu Feiner brings some heat and gives you a break down from the gamblers’ perspective, and oh boy does he bring it. .
Handicaper, Stu Feiner, joins MaD Radio to scream about how much the Texans should win by and if you should take the over or under on the game, while screaming. He also gives you his take on the LSU game which will be on SportsRadio 610, guess what there was more screaming.
Micah Roberts, Sporting News, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss setting the line this early in sports gambling, what goes into the bets, fantasy football, and more.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – The latest odds for Super Bowl XLVIII have been released by Bovada following last week’s NFL Draft. Odds, which are assigned immediately after the previous Super Bowl, are revised as a […]
Sheldon Adelson, the largest foreign investor in China, has invested tens of millions of dollars in influencing the 2012 election and has vowed to spend $100 million to put his thumb on the scale for Mitt Romney in November.
John Lopez and Mike Meltser debate the issue in light of the online poker sites being indicted