Bookies BattleSeptember 03, 2010 11:45 AM by GT Staff
One of the highlights of the football season is GamingToday’s Bookies Battle, now in its 25th season. Perhaps the most difficult of all contests, the Bookies Battle requires bookmakers to pick every NFL regular season game on Monday morning, often times before a betting line has been established.
The bookmakers’ selections and their cumulative season records, as well as a consensus selection, are published every week in GamingToday and on the web during the regular NFL season.
This year we have 67 bookies participating and as a VIP or VIP+ subscriber, you get to follow the action!
The $1,000 prize awarded to the state’s top bookmaker doesn’t compare to the prestige of out-handicapping the state’s best oddsmakers.
Last year, Josh Pool of Fiesta Ranch beat out 48 other Nevada sports book directors. Who will win this year? Be sure to keep track of the action by subscribing to GamingToday. Below are links to each week's action.
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The Arizona Cardinals have hired Jen Welter to coach inside linebackers through their upcoming training camp and preseason.
Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game last season has been upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. The league announced the decision Tuesday.
Jose Fernandez looks for his 15th consecutive home victory when he leads Miami against the Washington Nationals in the first of a three-game series at Marlins Park. The Nats lead the National League East.
Poker Scene | The Bicycle Hotel and Casino in Bell Gardens, California, will be hosting the World Poker Tour/Legends of Poker tournament series starting Tuesday, July 28, and running through September 4.
Slot Club Spotlight | Coming up on its one-year anniversary, SLS Las Vegas is reinventing itself and has already revamped its slot club, but not its name. The CODE promises a “new club,” with “new tiers” and “new benefits.”