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This Week in Sports Betting

Jamie Vardy England Euro 2016

In case you weren’t aware, May is full-blown degenerate season.

It’s that time of year where a quick peek at your betting history makes you swear someone had hacked your account.

World Hockey Championship pucklines. In-game dirt ball tennis OVER/UNDERs by set. Three-ball golf match betting. (Because two balls just isn’t enough sometimes.)

And that’s all before noon.

After that it’s afternoon baseball, maybe a fixed soccer match or two – which is all really just the undercard. The main event comes in the evening when playoff puck and hoops action gets rolling.

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Curling: 2016 Tim Hortons Brier Odds

Kevin Koe Curling

The 2016 Tim Hortons Brier begins Saturday with arguably the strongest field in the history of the tournament. Of the 15 team field (reduced to 12 after a March Madness like play-in round consisting of non-ranking Nova Scotia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut), nine are in the Top 20 World Curling Tour Order of Merit rankings, with five in the top 10.

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Scotties Tournament of Hearts Odds

The Super Bowl is over, baseball is around the corner, and hockey and basketball are in full swing, but sometimes we all feel a desire to experience something new and different.

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A Moment in Snooker you won’t Believe

Snooker Tables

Normally North American sports bettors care as much about snooker as they do about your bad beat story from 1964.

But something happened Monday that’s incredibly funny, amazing or corrupt depending on your perspective. I bring it up as my first topic in this “Fixed or Fail” column, where I’ll look at strange happenings in the world of sports wagering and ask if it was ‘fixed’ (ie. corruption on some level) or merely a ‘fail’ by the athletes or anyone else involved.

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Rugby World Cup: New Zealand Favorites

Defending Rugby World Cup winner New Zealand is the favorite at the online sportsbooks to win the tournament for the second straight time as teams prepare for the event which runs from September 18 to October 31 in England.

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NJ's Bid to Legalize Sports Betting Lost

Some major sports leagues defeated New Jersey’s latest bid to legalize sports betting within the state’s casinos and racetracks on Tuesday by a 2-to-1 majority decision.

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia sided with the leagues over those in favor of the bill, stating that it violated the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992. However, a petition filing for a hearing to further discuss the bill is expected soon.

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Sports betting is now legal in New Jersey

Nevada is not the only state in the United States to allow sports betting following a major announcement made Monday by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stating it would no longer be illegal there. Christie’s directive allows casinos and racetracks to take wagers on sporting events except those involving teams in New Jersey, including the New York Giants and Jets.

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Odds Shark Bet Tracker App Launches

Tracking your bets and keeping up with the latest live odds is easier today with the launch of the free OddsShark.com Bet Tracker app.

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Courts rule against NJ sports betting

A federal appeals court was the latest to roadblock New Jersey’s push to legalize sports betting Tuesday.

The three-judge panel upheld an earlier roadblock ruling that the state’s betting law violates federal law and can’t be implemented. But the state has indicated it will take its case to the Supreme Court, because it feels a 20-year-old law is unconstitutional (it gives Nevada and three other states privileges of sports betting but forbids the other 46 states).

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