Where Can I Place NFL Bets From Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming

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With the US Supreme Court ruling in favor of legalized sports betting in all 50 states, Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming bettors will be anxious to place all their NFL bets.  Not so fast.  Only internationally licensed websites allow for bets to be placed online from these states. Lawmakers have yet to amend their state laws in any of these states in time for the 2018 NFL season.  Scroll down for more

When Will I Be Able to Bet the NFL From These States?

Gambling websites from around the globe have long accepted wagers on the NFL from these states, though some have avoided Utah.

Utah will not be allowing sports betting as they do not permit gambling of any kind, not even a state lottery.

Colorado is studying its options, but nothing will happen this NFL season.

As far as Montana goes, when Congress passed the law in 1992 banning sports betting in all states, that state was one of four states that were grandfathered in with its existing law allowing pool betting in sports.

Such pooling allows players to bet against and settle with each other rather than betting against the house.

The state legislature failed to act on Vegas-style sports betting for this year.

Then there is the least populous state, Wyoming.

"Wyoming has looked at that and Wyoming says that it doesn't allow gambling but there's bingo, there's poll tabs, there's historic horse racing, there's friendly card games there's lots of gambling that happens in Wyoming,” State Senator Drew Perkins of Natrona County said.

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This is mostly Denver Broncos territory.  49ers fans on average account for around 10% of Utah's NFL fan base. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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