Monmouth Park Sportsbook Review

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Jun/18/2018

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy last week signed legislation allowing designated establishments to offer sports betting with some more prepared than others.  With sports wagering now legalized in New Jersey, Monmouth Park in Oceanport was ready.  The Newark Star Ledger gave rave reviews for the new Monmouth Park sportsbook. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

From the Newark Star Ledger:

Monmouth Park bled to finally have legalized sports betting become a reality. William Hill pumped millions of dollars into getting the William Hill Sports Bar inside Monmouth Park up and moving. There is no way Monmouth Park was going to debut last week with anything other than a bang. The bar is magnificent, with TVs, betting windows, a full bar, and a good menu. Upon walking in on Friday, as Iran-Morocco at the World Cup was ongoing, the place seemed the perfect spot for lunch (and to place a bet). Outside the bar doors, a stretch of 15 betting windows have been dedicated to sports. There are TVs there, too, plus brand-new betting boards. The wide range of things to bet on is thanks to William Hill's involvement, and well-beyond what anyone else is offering right now. The one negative? No place to sit and watch outside the bar.

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Monmouth Park will be taking bets on the FIFA World Cup and upcoming College Football and NFL seasons.  They cannot take wagers on New Jersey college teams in any sports including Seton Hall and Rutgers.

In May, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 1992 federal law that made betting on sports illegal in 49 of the country’s 50 states

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