Jon Rahm is the clear 10-1 favorite at the Westgate sportsbook for the U.S. Open, the golf major that starts Thursday at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California.
A total of 88 WSOP bracelet events will be held from Sept. 30 to Nov. 23 at the Rio, with buy-ins ranging from $400 to $250,000.
The flagship World Series of Poker was canceled last year because of the coronavirus pandemic and was delayed from its normal summer dates until the fall this year.
The paradox was created by injuries to Brooklyn Nets stars James Harden and Kyrie Irving, who have been ruled out for Game 5 but not the rest of the playoffs.
Phil Mickelson, 50, is leading the ticket count at the Westgate and William Hill for this week’s U.S. Open after his stunning PGA Championship victory in May.
Bettors might have to turn to props instead of laying -500 on the Golden Knights to win the NHL semifinal series or -270 to take Game 1 against the Montreal Canadiens.
Ian Steinman officially won the $2,200 buy-in Benny Binion Summer Shootout on Saturday at the South Point, earning $65,000 in a three-way deal.
Handicapper Lou Finocchiaro, who went 4-0 on his plays last week in the Review-Journal, said his best bet in recent years is in the co-main event.
After eliminating the Colorado Avalanche in six games, the Golden Knights were installed as -500 series favorites over the Montreal Canadiens (+375) at Station Casinos.
Jon Gruden is one of 34 coaches to win a Super Bowl, but he has never won the NFL Coach of the Year award. The odds are against him winning it this season with the Raiders.
Eli Elezra, 60, won an event at the U.S. Poker Open, and Steve Zolotow, 76, is second on the overall series leaderboard at the PokerGO studio by the Aria.
Many riders have fled New Jersey’s Monmouth Park after the rule was imposed by the state’s Horse Racing Commission. A PETA officer says the rule does not endanger the jockeys.
After taking a 3-2 series lead over the Colorado Avalanche, the Golden Knights were made the Stanley Cup favorites at the Westgate, where Tampa Bay is the second choice.
Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka are the co-favorites at the Palmetto Championship, which will serve as the final tuneup for next week’s U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
William Hill suffered six-figure losses in each of the Golden Knights’ home wins over the Colorado Avalanche on Friday and Sunday. The Knights are +120 underdogs in Game 5.