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While California, Texas and Florida may not push sports betting across the finish line, bringing sports betting to New Yorkers is getting a lot of attention in the state legislature.
Included is a proposal to make sports betting available at stadia and arenas like Yankee stadium and Madison Square Garden.
Sports betting could begin late this spring in the Catskill Mountains as early as late spring pending approvals.
The big issue in New York is whether mobile sports betting would be allowable without amending the state constitution. That could take a few years.
Full story here.
As sports betting legislation makes its way around the country, ESPN is debuting a daily hour-long show dedicated to sports betting on ESPNEWS on March 11.
“Daily Wager” will air weekdays at 6 p.m. and be hosted by betting analyst Doug Kezirian, who hosts the network's betting podcast.
According to OddsShark this morning:
Odds to win the 2019 World Series:
Hey, it's always nice to win, but sometimes with betting it's better not to lose. Have fun, get the heart rate pumping and end up about how you started. This past weekend, some of came out ahead, but no one picking human athletes came out behind. Well, Mike Kern did not pick the winner of the Honda Classic, but that's news too. Mark Eckel, however, did have the winner of the Pennzoil 400. Craig Dietel went 5-3 with his NHL picks. Boop Vetrone went 5-3 with Philly Prop bets. Chris Garrity had three winners Saturday at Fountain of Youth Day at Gulfstream. All of our basketball pickers - pro and college - Greg Frank, Mark Eckel and the Ivy Teaser all came out ahead.
We'll try to do even better today.
Good luck at the tables, windows, kiosks and apps.
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