Can I Bet on NFL Games Online From Idaho, Montana, Wyoming?

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Jul/08/2018

While the US Supreme Court has now made sports betting legal in the Unite States, Idah, Montana and Wyoming residents will not be able to bet the NFL in any local establishments for the upcoming 2018 season.  Do not dispair as a few dozen internationally licensed and highly reputable sportsbooks will accept wagers on the upcoming NFL and College Football season. These sites do not impose a state tax.

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Gamblers in Montana will not be able to bet on the NFL via the Internet with state-based companies, but, as noted, will be able to do so with companies like YouWager, Skybook, and others that are based outside the US.

When Congress passed the law in 1992 banning sports betting in all states, Montana was one of four states that were grandfathered in with its existing law allowing pool betting in sports.

Such pooling allows players to bet against and settle with each other rather than betting against the house.

The state legislature failed to act on Vegas-style sports betting for this year.

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Likewise, no action was taken in the Idaho or Wyoming legislatures.

"Do we want our policy in Idaho to be changed? Do we want to redefine the definition of gambling in our constitution to say it doesn't prohibit betting on sports?," said Dustin Manwaring, Idaho State Representative for District 29, immedately following the Supreme Court ruling.

"Wyoming has looked at that and Wyoming says that it doesn't allow gambling but there's bingo, there's poll tabs, there's historic horse racing, there's friendly card games there's lots of gambling that happens in Wyoming,” State Senator Drew Perkins of Natrona County said.

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