Listen as bookie hurls the F-Bomb at customer a few times, "politely" says he has to take another call, then calls back to throw more F-Bombs at him. Oy Vey!!!
The Belmont Stakes post positions are now known for this weekend’s race and California Chrome will be starting from a very good spot at number 2. This post position has yielded a total of eleven winners in the history of the Belmont Stakes.
And guess what? That's the same number as 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat.
It’s also the same number Big Red drew, though he ran from the rail due to another horse being scratched. Big Red set unbelievable Belmont Stakes records - 31 lengths and 2:24.
It’s looking like another sunny day for the third leg of the 2014 Triple Crown and the Belmont Stakes. No need trying to figure out which of this year’s contenders can be classified as mudders.
Saturday’s race day forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 80’s.
As for even the slightest chance of rain, the weather forecast is calling for zero percent.
California Chrome is preparing to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed won it in 1978.
The NBA Finals begin on Thursday with the San Antonio Spurs favored against the Miami Heat. It is a rematch of last year's finals that was won in seven games by the Miami Heat.
This time around the San Antonio Spurs will have the home court advantage and they are a slight favorite to win the series. It is the first NBA Finals rematch since 1998. It should be a great series as there is no doubt that the two best teams are meeting as the San Antonio Spurs won 62 games this season while the Miami Heat are the two-time defending champions.
Gambling911.com has your Stanley Cup odds for 2014 with the Los Angeles Kings facing the New York Rangers. All odds courtesy of BetDSI.com, which also offers its prediction on this series below
Gambling911.com is in a bit of a slump of late and hope to rebound today with our free pick on the Marlins/Rays UNDER 7.
You can bet the Rangers vs. Kings Stanley Cup Final online at Betonline where you will get reduced juice odds on NHL games. When the puck drops, so do their prices. No need to pay 20-cents on your NHL plays when you can get them for just 10-cents.
2014 FIFA World Cup Soccer Stage of Elimination odds were being offered by AceSportsbook.com, which has impressed us with their rather extensive menu of World Cup betting options.
Each participating nation is provided with odds for the six stages including an outright win. These include the Group Stage, Last 16, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, Runner-Up and the big win.
The UK’s biggest bookmaker William Hill will be offering its own branded nasal strips at betting shops in honor of this year’s Belmont Stakes race and the next Triple Crown winner (wishful thinking perhaps) California Chrome. ESPN's Darren Rovell first reported on the most unusual offering.
Why nasal strips?
Apparently, it’s not too soon. Even while the question of what will happen to the LA Clippers now that former owner Donald Sterling has stepped away is still not entirely answered, pundits are beginning to move into tertiary threads. One recent question asked, entirely hypothetically, was if the Donald Sterling debacle was “good” for the NBA.
Carolina Panthers 2014 regular season wins total betting odds were available at Sportsbook.com and was priced at -140 on the UNDER 8.5 with a payout potential of $11 for every $10 bet on the OVER 8.5.
Gambling911.com has your free pick for June 3, 2014 with the Red Sox vs. Indian game. You can bet this one at BetOnline.com, which features a true dime line up to -190 here.
Legendary sports betting professional Billy Walters spoke to CNBC on Tuesday insisting he did nothing wrong in regard to an insider trading probe. Walters, billionaire investor Carl Icahn and golfer Phil Nickelson have each been tied to the ongoing FBI and SEC investigation. Nickelson said over the weekend that he is fully cooperating with the Feds.
Sportsbook.com had all your FIFA World Cup 2014 Top Goal Scorer betting odds with Lionel Messi of Argentina listed as the 7/1 favorite.
No love for Australia at this year’s FIFA World Cup. The Australia vs. Chile match has the Socceroos as a huge 7/1 odds underdog. Chile had odds of -216. The Draw would pay out just over $30 for every $10 bet.
June is here and the NFL is just around the corner. Around this time of year we look at the NFC and AFC OVER/UNDER bets, one of the most popular future wagering options on the planet.
Our friends at Don Best TV have a few good 2014 AFC OVER/UNDER best bets.
Kansas City with a win total of 8?
DaleySports.com has revealed that, of the 50 US states, only one is backing the Miami Heat. Care to guess which state that might be?
Well, of course, we are talking about Florida.
All other states are rooting for the San Antonio Spurs, according to ESPN social media expert Kaitee Daley. That’s right, the USA is officially Spurs Nation over the next two weeks or so.
You can bet the highly anticipated Miguel Cotto – Sergio Martinez fight online at BetOnline here.
There are not too many weeks out of the year where there are as many big-time events going on in sports as this one. Let's take a look at a few of these - at least some that WagerHome.com PPH sportsbook bettors can engage with - in the limited space we have:
NBA Championship Series -- WagerHome Basketball Odds
San Antonio Spurs -125
We have your free pick for June 2 and it is on the Mariners/Yankees UNDER 7.5.
Why the UNDER?
This series has gone UNDER the current number six of the last seven meetings.
The UNDER is 15-4-2 in the last 21 meetings.
Now about that pitching.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White has been banned from playing in the Las Vegas Palms Casino after winning $2 million at blackjack.
"I beat them for [nearly $2 million], and they asked me not to play anymore," White told
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will be unable to use electronic surveillance in its investigation into golf pro Phil Mickelson and professional sports gambler Billy Walters. Public knowledge of a probe into alleged insider trading prevents the law enforcement agency from tapping into the phones of both individuals.
The former Bayern FC boos Uli Hoeness began serving his three-and-a-half year prison sentence for evading $28.5 million euros in taxes. The 62-year-old will serve time at a prison in Landsberg am Lech effective Monday (June 2).
Hoeness admitted to the tax evasion charges back in March. He was originally facing a sentence of between five and ten years.
"I'm glad that this is all out in the open now," Hoeness said in March. "I deeply regret my wrongdoing. I'm doing everything I can to put this unhappy chapter behind me."
Despite all the hoopla surrounding California Chrome and his chances of being the first horse to win the Triple Crown in over 35 years, there is still great value betting on the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner.
Today Gambling911.com has a second free pick and that will be the Angels/Athletics UNDER 7.5.
Certainly as a +134 underdog the Angels have terrific value but they are going up against an Oakland team that will start RH Sonny Gray (5-1, 2.31).
The Heat-Spurs NBA Final series was priced as a Pick’em at Sportsbook.com.
Today Gambling911.com will be on the Milwaukee Brewers as a -139 favorite vs. the Cubs.
A little pricey perhaps but below our -145 price limit.
The Heat Spurs NBA Finals line for Game 1 opened at -3 in favor of the home team San Antonio during the early morning hours of Sunday. Odds were available at BetOnline.
The Kings vs. Blackhawks Game 7 betting odds had Chicago as a -155 favorite. Bet online at SportsBettingOnline.com and receive up to 10 percent back on your losses weekly or get a 50 percent cash bonus up to $500. Wager from your smartphone.
Gambling911.com has your Mexico v Cameroon World Cup betting odds courtesy of our friends at BetDSI.com where you can claim up to $2500 in FREE CASH here.
Mexico is favored against Cameroon in the opener for both teams at the 2014 World Cup on Friday, June 13th.
Today there is need to beware of many other counterfeit software in the name of pay per head.