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Gambling and Sports Betting News Wire - July 21 2019

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/21/2019

Here are today's headlines in the world of gambling and sports betting as they happen - Sunday July 21, 2019.

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IEM Chicago Grand Final Day

It's Grand Final day at #IEMChicago 2019! @TeamLiquid vs @ENCE in a BO5 to see who will be taking home the trophy and $125,000!

So, will it be #LetsGoLiquid or #EZ4ENCE? pic.twitter.com/E7ezpSHiba

— betway esports (@betwayesports) July 21, 2019

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Shane Lowry Wins The Open by Six Shots

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland -- (Associated Press) - The long-awaited return of The Open Championship to Northern Ireland ended with Shane Lowry keeping the silver claret jug on the Emerald Isle.

Even as the rain stopped, the tears began flowing.

Lowry, the 32-year-old Irishman with stout nerves and a soft touch around the greens, endured the worst weather of the week and the Sunday pressure of a sellout crowd cheering him along to win The Open by six shots.

He closed with a 1-over 72, the first time since 1996 that winner was over par in the final round, and it was no less impressive. More difficult than the rain was wind strong enough to break an umbrella. Lowry began making bogeys on the back nine of Royal Portrush without losing ground.

Ultimately, the outcome was never in doubt. No one got closer than three shots all day.

And thousands who filled these links off the North Atlantic could sense it when Lowry, after his fourth bogey in seven holes, rolled in an 8-foot birdie putt on the 15th hole to stretch his lead to six shots over Tommy Fleetwood.

When his approach to the 18th was just on the fringe, he smiled broadly and stretched out his arms, hugging caddie Bo Martin. The loudest cheer of a noisy week was for a tap-in par that made Lowry a major champion.

Fleetwood had to settle for his second runner-up finish in a major. He closed with a 74. Conditions were so rugged that no one from the last 12 groups that teed off in the final round broke par.

Brooks Koepka, who started seven shots behind, began with four straight bogeys and shot 74 to tie for fourth.

Royal Portrush had to wait 68 years for another shot at hosting golf's oldest championship. Lowry made it worth the wait. So strong is support of the Irish golf community that Padraig Harrington of Ireland and Graeme McDowell waited for Lowry when he finished.

Mega Ticket on Lowry

Big Names Top The Open Championship Leaderboard

As of 10:21 am ET, Shane Lowry remained atop The Open Championship leaderboard.  He would pay $6600 for every $100 bet coming into the tournament.

Tommy Fleetwood follows on the leaderboard and would pay out $2500 with a win.

Lee Westwood is next on the board and would pay an astonishing $8000 for every $100 bet.

Rickie Fowler pays $2800 with a win.

Danny Willett pays $8000 should he win.

Betting is NOT closed on The Open Championship.  You can still bet this event LIVE here.

Venom is Finally Here - 1st Place $1 Million Payout

Today's Most Bet on Sides MLB

The most wagered on sides in Major League Baseball are:

Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays and the New York Yankees.  The Cleveland Indians were also seeing mostly one-sided action against the Kansas City Royals.

Tampa Bay is high priced at -250. 

The New York Yankees are also high priced at -185.  We have seen the line tick up around 15 cents on average for this game.

Boston was at -207.

The Indians were at between -215 and -221.

As you can see, the public favorites are also teams with the least value.

Our Free Picks Record July 21

2019 MLB Record: 17-13-2 (56.6%) - No Plays Over -160

2018-19 College Basketball Record: 12-9 (57.1%)

2018-19 NBA Record: 7-5 (58%)

2018 MLB Record: 45-35 (56.2%)

2018 NBA Record: 12-4-1 (75%)

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The FanDuel sports betting app will soon be available to those living in Iowa, but not Minnesota.  You cannot register with the FanDuel app from Minnesota either.

Hard Rock Sioux City to Open Sportsbook

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Chinese Casino Hub Macau’s Elite Choose New Leader

An elite pro-Beijing panel on Sunday chose a new leader for the Chinese casino gambling hub Macau.

Diamond Jo FanDuel Sportsbook in Iowa to Open August 29

Diamond Jo FanDuel Sportsbook in Iowa to Open August 29

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