On Sunday night, we shared a story with you about a lucky gambler named William Hill who won $1,275 by placing a $25 bet that the first offensive play of the Super Bowl would be a safety. Sorry Mr.
A rumor began floating around the internet last week that Floyd Mayweather Jr placed a $10 million bet on the Denver Broncos to win the Super Bowl.
Mark Cuban did not win $20 million betting that the first score of the Super Bowl would be a safety like he initially claimed, but one lucky bettor picked up a cool $1,275 on the outcome.
The only way that anyone could possibly have a rooting interest in the Pro Bowl is if you gambled on the game.
Can you remember the last time you saw a betting line for an NFL game change by nine points in one day? I don’t, but that’s what happened with the Dallas Cowboys-Philadelphia Eagles line
In case you need to be reminded, soccer fans do some pretty insane things. Soccer fans who have gambling problems are even more dangerous.
Anyone who places an 18-team parlay with a sportsbook must really like their sportsbook. You’re going to lose that bet almost every time.
Ohio State covered the spread against Northwestern on Saturday night in Evanston on a miracle touchdown on the last play of the game, making for one of the most memorable bad beats in sports betting