RJ- Great blog! Once again, you provide information that I would never have available to me here in my local newpaper sports section, or in the financial section. Today I had to suffer through 2 pages in my sports section, of why Coach Sean Peyton should not move his family to Dallas. Keep the great blogs coming and the appearances on podcasts often. Rumor has it in the New Orleans French Quarter, that when Hank Goldberg retires, you are in line for the job!
Side note. Isn't it 6:30am in Vegas? Why in the hell are you awake!
This Pregame.com reporting carried by USA Today: http://usat.ly/hnfgmf
JD - they also had heavy action on Steelers ML (which clearly lost)
Nice info. I would think Las Vegas LOST money on the side/total and made the hold % based on teasers and props. Any information on that?
NBCsports.com uses Pregame.com reporting on Super Betting results in Nevada: http://bit.ly/hWvKK3
Thanks RJ..look for blog and rant in the next 24 hours...
Tony - 2.6 Billion in Nevada per year.
This Pregame.com reporting carried by Bloomberg: http://bloom.bg/i0HH4b
RJ...Do you have an idea of what is bet entirely in all sports in Nevada in a calender year.???..and your thoughts of how much % of that number is what is ACTUALLY BET in the US overall. Say the number is 3 Billion legally...is that 30% of all action in the US and or is there any offshore numbers you have that are close to concrete on what was wagered on the SB?
I am doing some math here for a blog and article to legalize gambling and the benefits from it in terms of tax rev's for the Governement...any insight from you would be helpful...I am sure offshores are not disclosing amounts...but thought I would run it up the pole with you and see if you had some loose numbers....TG