If Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't win for The Revenant, I don't know what's right or wrong anymore.

2016 Oscar Academy Awards Odds Guide

Written by on February 22, 2016

If you’re a new millennial movie enthusiast (who isn’t in today’s times?) that is excited about the quickly approaching 88th annual Academy Awards ceremony and the opportunity to cash in with some winning movie wagers, then you’re in luck! Thanks to this fun-filled, yet informative Academy Awards betting breakdown, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in four Read More
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Every Team’s Worst Head Coach According to NFL Betting Fans

Written by on November 18, 2015

Some of the storied franchises in the NFL have an iconic coach’s name linked to their history, such as Vince Lombardi with the Green Bay Packers, Tom Landry with the Dallas Cowboys and John Madden with the Oakland Raiders. However, each NFL team also has had at least one major dud at the helm. We asked our NFL betting fans Read More
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Eye-Opening NFL and NCAAF Online Betting Breakdown: Who’s Bringing Home the Bacon!

Written by on October 23, 2015

If you’re a online sportsbook enthusiast that is looking to boost the annual betting bankroll on either NFL or NCAA collegiate gridiron action, then you’re in for an eye-opening treat! You see, this fun-filled, yet expert online betting analysis on both gridiron genres is designed to help you maximize your wagers on both, the college and pro game. With all of that said, let’s Read More
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Online Sportsbook Editorial: Should Peyton Manning Retire?

Written by on October 2, 2015

Our online sportsbook fans might think that Peyton Manning can play for several more years. After all, he has the Broncos out to a 3-0 start. In Week 1, Denver beat the Ravens, 19-13, but the dominant factor in that game was how violently both teams were able to knock over their opponent’s quarterback. It was that last drive that proved Read More
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MLB Betting Editorial: A Look Back at Zito, Mulder and Hudson

Written by on October 1, 2015

Back in the early 2000s, the Oakland A’s and their MLB betting fans made it to the playoffs four seasons in a row. Perhaps the biggest reason for this success was the Big Three: the starting pitchers Barry Zito, Mark Mulder and Tim Hudson. All three were back in the Bay Area this past weekend for the Bay Bridge Series. Read More
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NBA Odds: Easy Travels: The New NBA Finals Format

Written by on October 1, 2015

The NBA recently announced to the media and their NBA odds fans that the format of the Finals this year would change to add some rest to the schedule and ease the demands of travel. The 2016 Finals are set to begin on June 2, 2016, and if the series goes the full seven games, it won’t be over until Read More
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RIP Yogi Berra, A Look Back At His Amazing Life

Written by on September 28, 2015

In more modern times, we have come to associate Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra with that funny guy with the crooked teeth who would crack sayings that didn’t make sense or were too obvious, such as “You can observe a lot by watching” or “Nobody goes there anymore, it’s too crowded.” MLB betting fans who focus on the humor, though, miss Read More
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NFL Betting Fans Want To Know: Who is Federal Judge Richard Berman?

Written by on September 9, 2015

With the dust settling after the end of the DeflateGate case (unless the NFL, of course, really does go on with its poorly though out plan to pursue an appeal), it’s worth taking a look at the man who set aside the suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to the joy of most NFL betting fans. Page Six: Read More
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Online Betting Editorial: Why The NFL Lost The DeflateGate Case

Written by on September 7, 2015

If you are a New England Patriots fan, then you’re no doubt excited about the recent decision by Judge Richard Berman to vacate the NFL’s four-game suspension of quarterback Tom Brady. If you are a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, then you’re no doubt disappointed by the fact that the Steelers defense won’t get to pin its ears back and jump all Read More
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Online Betting Fans Vote: The 10 Ugliest NHL Uniforms Ever

Written by on August 30, 2015

When it comes to uniforms, the teams in the National Hockey League have had some of the very best. The Original Six teams all have put great-looking kits into play. However, there have also been some really awful jerseys that made online betting fans wonder what the designers were thinking. Let’s take a look at some of the very worst. Read More
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MLB Betting Fans Vote: Ugliest Uniforms Ever

Written by on August 29, 2015

There are some baseball uniforms that are timeless classics. The pinstripes that the New York Yankees have worn, basically with no changes, for almost a century are perhaps the iconic baseball uniform. Not far behind are the classic home whites of the Detroit Tigers. However, there have also been some real bombs when it comes to uniforms in Major League Read More
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NBA Betting: The 10 Ugliest NBA Uniforms Ever

Written by on August 26, 2015

When it comes to classic jerseys in the National Basketball Association, the timeless looks of the Knicks, Lakers and Celtics stand out for NBA betting fans. However, just as there have been terrific uniforms in the storied history of the Association, there have also been some less-than-fantastic ones. Let’s look at some of the worst. @DenverNuggetsFR [Happy Birthday] Michael Adams, Read More
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NFL Betting: Will Chris Borland’s Retirement Wreck the NFL?

Written by on August 24, 2015

The ways in which the San Francisco 49ers and the National Football League have responded to the retirement of Chris Borland show the anxiety that his decision has caused for the league and NFL betting fans. He communicated his retirement in an email dated March 13, 2015, with a recommended press release attached, and then he talked to officials in Read More