2010 US Open

2010 US Open

Tiger Woods US Open Odds Would Pay Out Nice

Tiger Woods US Open odds are the best we've seen for any golf tournament he's appeared in.  At nearly 5/1 odds, Woods would pay out $50 for every $10 bet at Sportsbetting.com (Submitted by Guest on, Jun/16/2010

US Open 2010 Odds (Updated)

US Open 2010 odds had Tiger Woods as an unusual long odds co-favorite along side Phil Mickelson paying $65 for every $10 bet at SBG Global

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/16/2010

Tiger Woods U.S. Open Odds Set At BetED.com

Tiger Woods is hoping for a little déjà vu at this week's U.S. Open, and not the kind that involves recent disastrous post-scandal performances.

Submitted by Ean Lamb on, Jun/14/2010

Tiger Woods Sex in a Church Parking Lot

The Tiger Woods sex scandal continues to shock, though Saturday things slowed just a bit and BetUS.com quietly pulled its Submitted by Guest on, Dec/06/2009

Breaking News

The Death of The Bookie!

Are you ready for the future of gambling in America? If you’re wondering how you can prepare for the upcoming flood of competitors trying to steal your lunch, this is going to be the most important message you’ll ever read!

League Blocking of Sports Gambling Cost Racetrack $139 Million

League Blocking of Sports Gambling Cost Racetrack $139 Million

A New Jersey horse racing association has sued the four major pro sports leagues and the NCAA over what it says is more than $130 million in lost sports betting revenue.

Online Bookies Need To Use 3 Privacy Tools to Keep Their Business Safe

Pay per head agents should understand the importance of privacy tools. Understanding how online bookie agents can protect themselves and keep their players anonymous will continue to grow. Check out the 3 tools to have at your disposable right here.

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