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Newsletter: A potential giant looks at sports betting - Bettors Insider Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 96, 6/28/19 

Howard Gensler

Howard Gensler

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A potential giant looks at sports betting

California, with its Golden Gate, numerous pro sports teams, countless college sports teams and 39 million residents, now has legislation introduced to legalize sports betting.

The goal is to have a referendum on the ballot in 2020.

And if there's one possible thing that might make Las Vegas swallow hard, because nothing has dented the handle so far, that might be it.

More here from ESPN and here from the Los Angeles Times.

Speaking of Vegas, they're No. 2

At least this month. According to numbers released by state gaming boards in May, New Jersey took in $318.9 million in bets while Nevada took in $317.4 million.

All hail, New Jersey. at least until Pennsylvania starts siphoning away southeastern PA bettors...

Bettors Insider created a prop bet at PointsBet

Newsletter: A potential giant looks at sports betting - Bettors Insider Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 96, 6/28/19 
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If you live in New Jersey or are going to be driving through New Jersey over the next few days, you can place the bet by going here, signing up and using the Promo Code: BETTORS. Thanks.

Because you can bet on anything . . .

How would people react to a Harris/Warren or Warren/Harris ticket? Or as Trump calls it: A threesome. And could Mike Pence stand alone with either one of them?

Newsletter: A potential giant looks at sports betting - Bettors Insider Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 96, 6/28/19 
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If you're a New Jersey reader, we are thrilled to announce we're now an affiliate of PointsBet.com, a cool, quirky sportsbook that has a lot of interesting prop plays and strives to be more interactive. So, we may be suggesting our own prop bets through Twitter and start a conversation with you. If PointsBet thinks the prop has merit, they may price it and post it. You can sign up with PointsBet here. Promo code: BETTORS You can get two risk-free bets up to $1,000 if you qualify.

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If you're a Pennsylvania reader, you can now link to SugarHouse PA through your desktop or laptop . . . if you have wifi. Mobile phone registration isn't working yet. They're still working out some kinks, but if you can't wait any longer, you can sign up on one of the PA links on our site or right here. They'll match your first deposit up to $250.

If you're in Europe, you can register with William Hill UK, right here.

If you're a horse player in any of 30 states, you can sign up with NYRA BETS right here. Promo code: INSIDER.

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Thanks. And tell your friends.

Today's Schedule

Overnight we moved Neal Abrams' grass court tennis picks for men and women.

This morning we've got How We Fared, Sean Miller's soccer picks Women's World Cup, and Copa America and a second Miller piece looks at which stars may be making a jump to MLS during the transfer period. Also, Andrew Albert's baseball picks. And Mick McMudder's racing picks.

And Boop Vetrone has his Quickie Quiz and Single Digits stats, plus the Philly Props.

Throughout the day, we'll have also have soccer and tennis results.

All that and more today at https://www.bettorsinsider.com/.

Thursday results

Neal Abrams went 9-3 in tennis picks.

We'll try to do better today.

Good luck at the tables, windows, kiosks and apps.

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