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Where Can I Bet Sports Near Waco?

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Aug/03/2019

  • There will be no in-state licensed sportsbook in Texas for the foreseeable future though there are many sports betting sites that can still be accessed from the state

  • Texas is generally not thought of as a gambling-friendly state

  • Baylor had the second shortest odds of winning the 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

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No In-State Sportsbooks in Texas 

The US Supreme Court ruled to allow sports betting nationwide but individual states will determine whether they want to operate in-state sportsbooks or not.

Texas is not a gambling-friendly state and lawmakers have no intention of allowing in-state licensed sportsbooks to operate any time soon.

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There are No Sportsbooks Near Waco

The only access to betting on sports from Waco is with websites that are licensed outside the state of Texas.

Waco Bets

Your team is the Baylor Bears.

Ahead of the 2021 NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament, your team had the second shortest odds of winning with a payout potential of $500 on every $100 bet.

The Bears remained undefeated throughout much of the season but seemed to lose a great deal of its energy coming out of a Covid-19 quarantine later on.

Coming into the tournament, Baylor, along with Gonzaga, landed multiple players on the AP's All-America teams, with Corey Kispert (Bulldogs) and Jared Butler (Bears) joining Luka Garza, Ayo Dosunmu and Cade Cunningham on the first team.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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