🚨BAD BEAT ALERT🚨
We have one heck of a bad beat in the Seahawks-Cowboys playoff game.
Todd Gurley's decision to not score a late touchdown resulted in a $1 million-plus swing at Las Vegas sportsbooks.
"56.5 is a number that a lot of the fans are thinking about right now."
More people are betting on the Browns to win the AFC North than the three other teams combined. WTF?
"Gimme a dozen wings and $50 on Bama to beat Georgia, please."
MLB's desire to be involved in integrity regulation of gambling makes the Home Run Derby controversy a little more significant.
The Warriors are favored by a dozen points in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
Golden State favored by 5+ points to beat the Rockets in Houston.
Would you bet against LeBron James in an elimination game?
Betting $60 on the Golden Knights preseason could led to a $30,000 payout.
If this decision leads to more acceptance of gambling and more people betting on sports, that could create some big changes for sports broadcasts.
Villanova, Kansas, and Kentucky follow.
Paid out $16,800.
Americans sure love to gamble on the NCAA Tournament, even when doing so means breaking the law.
The Patriots and Eagles are unsurprisingly favorites for next year's Super Bowl. What teams may Vegas be undervaluing?
A mystery bettor reportedly won $10 million on Eagles moneyline bets.
The NBA is willing to turn a blind eye towards gambling...if it gets a cut, of course.
An otherwise meaningless Packers touchdown was far from meaningless for Vegas.
"We need the Coyotes," said the William Hill US vice president of marketing before the Golden Knights won 5-1.
This is one hell of a cover for the Chiefs, and the over also hit as a result of the "meaningless" touchdown. Put this one in the Bad Beat Hall of Fame.
That's quite a nice return on a (very lucky) bet.
Yes, that is a lot of money.