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Casino poker rooms losing popularity

02.28.2013     11:53 AM     Printer Friendly
Some brick and mortar casinos are starting to close their poker rooms due to a decrease in interest. 


"I just think the allure of poker is lessening," said William Thompson, author of the encyclopedia "Gambling in America" and professor of public administration at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. "That's one reason the smaller casinos would just say, 'Hey it's not worth all the time to set everything up. A slot machine would do a lot better.'"



 



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NBA Betting Recap: Tired Lakers Outscored 33-3 on Fast Breaks

02.26.2013     09:34 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

This is why back-to-backs in Denver are worth more than one point in the line! The Los Angeles Lakers were truly behind the eight-ball Monday night, trying to hang with rested Denver at altitude one day after winning a nailbiter in Dallas.

Let’s run the numbers then talk some more about the Lakers…

Denver 119, LA Lakers 108

2-Point Percentage: Lakers 61%, Denver 63%

3-Point Shooting: Lakers 8/19, Denver 5/18

Free Throws: Lakers 14/31, Denver 16/27

1’s and 2’s: Lakers 84, Denver 104

Rebounds: Lakers 36, Denver 44

Turnovers: Lakers 15, Denver 8

The Lakers did shoot well inside the arc because Denver was inviting a fast pace. They didn’t mind trading baskets if it meant the Lakers were going to run out of gas. You see “out of gas” flashing all over that boxscore:

*Just 14 of 31 on free throws for the Lakers…which was 9 of 11 from Kobe Bryant Read more


Tags: NBA Los Angeles Lakers Denver Nuggets Stat Intelligence




Big XII will review missed calls in Iowa State-Kansas fiasco

02.26.2013     07:52 AM     Printer Friendly
Good news. Actually, it isn't good news but rather a painful reminder for those who wagered on Iowa State. The Big XII is going to review some of the absolutely horrific calls/no calls in last night's ISU-KU debacle. Sure could use one of those sportsbook marketing promotions where they step in and refund bets à la Seattle-Green Bay.


"We will handle the situation and approach the teams appropriately," said Shaw. "We review every play and take the appropriate action."





Tags: College Basketball Iowa State Cyclones Kansas Jayhawks




Updated NBA Power Ratings Based on Market Prices - 2/25

02.25.2013     12:37 PM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

I’ve made a few tweaks from the last time based on pointspreads of the past few days. Remember that home court advantage is typically worth 3 points in the NBA. I’ve made notations for teams who are being treated differently than that at the moment (as best I can tell). The market usually penalizes a team in a back-to-back spot 1 point. Missing starters can be worth anywhere from 1-3 points depending on the guy.

86: Miami, Oklahoma City, San Antonio (home)

85: LA Clippers, San Antonio (road)

84:

83: Denver (home)

82: New York

81: Indiana, Chicago, Memphis, LA Lakers, Denver (road)

80: Brooklyn, Houston, Utah (home)

79: Atlanta, Read more


Tags: NBA Stat Intelligence




Determing software next step for Nevada online gambling

02.25.2013     07:51 AM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

The state must now approve the software for online gambling.


“We have to certify that the software meets state standards,” Burnett said. “The technicians are moving full steam ahead.”

Sandoval said the bill would “usher in the next frontier of gaming in Nevada. This bill is critical to our state’s economy and ensures that we will continue to be the gold standard of gaming regulation.”







Nevada passes bill to legalize online gambling

02.22.2013     12:10 PM     View Original Read more







NBA Handicapping: Gut check time for Los Angeles Lakers

02.25.2013     07:42 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The Los Angeles Lakers earned a critical road win in Dallas Sunday afternoon. It moved them within one game of the .500 mark at 28-29, and only 2.5 games out of the #8 seed in the Western Conference playoff brackets behind Houston.

That’s the good news. The bad news is that a road game awaits Monday in a back-to-back in Denver…one of the toughest challenges any NBA team can face because of the quality of the Nuggets and the mile-high altitude.

There’s a chance the Lakers could gut out a win there. But, let’s assume for now that it’s a loss. And, let’s assume also that a road game a week from Tuesday at Oklahoma City is going to be a loss…along with a neutral site game later this year against the LA Clippers given the advantages the Clippers are currently showing in various quality assessments.

There are 25 games left in the season as I write this…with three “behind the eight-ball” losses in Denver, OKC, Read more


Tags: NBA Los Angeles Lakers Stat Intelligence




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: Fade the Dead in College Hoops

02.25.2013     07:02 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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It’s late February, and there’s still two more full weeks of regular season action in college hoops before the madness truly begins. It’s too early to write about conference tournament betting strategies – I’ll save that for next week. But it’s not too late to write about the bevy of ‘dead’ teams that are populating the college hoops landscape right now; teams that are lethargically playing out the string of the regular season. Sometimes, the sharp move is to lay big points fading sorry teams.

Even bad teams have hope in November – the season is fresh and new; teammates aren’t sick and tired of each other or their coaches, and the nagging injuries haven’t started to pile up. And teams that get smacked around in non-conference play for two months get an opportunity to regroup against comparable competition when conference play begins in January.

But when things go south in conference play, it’s not easy for many of these squads to continue competing at the same level they were earlier in the season. By late February, the final few weeks of the regular season are a meat grinder for struggling Read more


Tags: College Basketball Minnesota Golden Gophers Northwestern Wildcats South Florida Bulls Duquesne Dukes Old Dominion Dukes Texas Tech Red Raiders Teddy Covers




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: How to bet college basketball in February

02.18.2013     07:36 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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I’ve done my last two columns breaking down aggregate season long stats, examining the very best and very worst pointspread teams in all of college basketball. Next week, the focus shifts towards conference tournaments and the Big Dance. In between? This little doozy about how to make money betting NCAA hoops in the always tricky month of February!

The key to late regular season college hoops for me has always been about morphing teams – squads whose long term numbers don’t match their short term momentum – either positive or negative. There are quite literally dozens of such teams right now, all of whom are at least moderately mispriced in the betting markets these days, offering savvy bettors solid opportunities on a near daily basis.

Who are some of these teams? Why are they morphing now? Read on to find out!

I’ll start with a handful of teams moving in the right direction – from mediocre to good, or from good to great. Georgetown certainly stands out on this list; a perfect 7-0 straight up and against the spread in their last seven contests. The Hoyas were never a bad team, but a 2-3 SU start in Read more


Tags: College Basketball Georgetown Hoyas Saint Louis Billikens Air Force Falcons UNLV Running Rebels Wyoming Cowboys Creighton Blue Jays Michigan Wolverines Teddy Covers




College Basketball Betting Recap: Bizarre Duke Loss, Plus Other Night Delights

02.17.2013     08:23 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

It’s not so much that Duke losing on the road to Maryland is bizarre. They almost lost on the road at Boston College last week…and BC is worse than Maryland. It was sure a bizarre boxscore though…

*We’ve seen a few games in recent weeks where a team posted a strong two-point shooting mark on offense, but committed a lot of turnovers. If they didn’t give the ball away…they scored. Or, the defense went for the steal…if it didn’t work…deuce. Saturday night Maryland shot not 50%, or 60%, or 65%....Maryland shot 72% on two-pointers…but turned the ball over TWENTY SIX times! That’s 72% on deuces, with 26 turnovers. EXTREME!

*Duke has had some problems on the boards in recent years when they’re playing top competition. Maryland isn’t really top competition. Just a bubble team. But, Maryland outrebounded Duke by a stunning 38-17.

*At home, Duke often gets the benefit of the doubt on free Read more


Tags: College Basketball Duke Blue Devils Maryland Terrapins Stat Intelligence




Las Vegas sportsbooks posted big earnings in 2012

02.12.2013     07:36 AM     Printer Friendly
Las Vegas sportsbooks hauled in a $170 million profit in 2012 – nearly a 21% increase over 2011. The books reportedly clean up in pro and college hoops as well as September football.



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