The hockey bettor had six underdogs: Florida (+175), Arizona (+185), Tampa Bay (+155), Colorado (+115), Montreal (+220) and Chicago (+185). Four games were decided by a goal.
Todd Dewey covers sports betting for the Review-Journal. Prior to taking over that beat in January 2017, he covered UNLV football, 51s baseball and a wide range of other events that come to Las Vegas. A native of Cambridge, Mass., and a graduate of the University of Central Florida, Dewey joined the Review-Journal in 1999 and was the 2013 Nevada Sportswriter of the Year.
The BetMGM bettor hit a five-team money-line parlay Tuesday of the Nets (13-1), Suns (+310), Blazers (+145), Heat (+135) and Pacers (Even).
Bettors are leery of backing Tiger Woods, who has competed in one tournament since the PGA Tour resumed play June 11, placing 40th (+6) at the Memorial.
William Hill opened a sportsbook Monday at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., and will soon begin operating 11 Nevada books previously operated by Caesars Entertainment.
The Patriots’ odds to win the Super Bowl dropped from 40-1 to 25-1 after they signed former NFL MVP Cam Newton, but they’ve since shot back up to 40-1.
The William Hill bettor hit an $88, 12-team money-line parlay that paid $43,082.23 and a $180, 12-team money-line round robin that paid $53,424.52.
Even without NFL preseason games, the month still shapes up as the biggest August ever with the NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball back on the betting board.
Handicapper Dana Lane is betting against the Golden Knights, who might be without leading scorer Max Pacioretty. Dallas is a +115 underdog to the Knights, who are -125.
The NBA will restart its season Thursday with a doubleheader headlined by the Lakers and Clippers in a battle of Los Angeles and two of the favorites to win the title.
Jon Rahm, coming off a win at the Memorial Tournament, leads a quartet of 12-1 favorites at the Westgate alongside Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy and Bryson DeChambeau.
A DraftKings sportsbook bettor turned $2 into $1,923.38 after hitting a seven-team baseball parlay Sunday at 961-1 odds. The gambler played seven underdogs on the money line.
With sign-ups for the $1,000-entry Circa Sports Million II and Circa Survivor contests slowed to a crawl by the coronavirus, Circa is on the hook for a $3.86 million overlay.
MMA handicapper Lou Finocchiaro expects former UFC middleweight champ Robert Whittaker to get back on track in Saturday night’s main event against Darren Till.
Handicapper Micah Roberts is backing the Mets (-138) over the Braves as one of his best bets largely because of Jacob deGrom, the +275 favorite to win the NL Cy Young Award.