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Disgraced Las Vegas Handicapper Ted Sevansky Loses Home

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Jun/13/2011
Ted Sevansky

Ted Sevansky the disgraced handicapper who can be heard touting his picks in the Las Vegas radio market has now officially lost his home. 

Sevanksy also goes by the name “Teddy Covers” on the radio.

Sevransky’s residence located at 8029 Chablis Bay Street Las Vegas, NV 89131 was purchased by Crista L Munz for $185,000 as it closed on May 2nd of 2011.

Gambling911.com’s own Thomas Somach first broke the story back in August of last year that Sevansky was on the verge of losing his home and had gone into foreclosure.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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