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RJ Bell

RJ Bell is the founder of Pregame.com – and co-host of FIRST PREVIEW.

J. Fortenbaugh

Joe Fortenbaugh worked as an NFL agent from 2003-2006 at JB Sports Inc.

Mark Mayer

Mark Mayer has over 35 years covering sports events and is the sports editor at GamingToday.

Chris ORorke

Chris was born and lives in Texarkana, Arkansas, near three major racetracks.

Vegas Runner

Vegas-Runner, a pro sports bettor in Las Vegas, has been featured on CNBC/ESPN.

Bob Christ

Bob Christ has been forecasting Professional Sports games for more than 30 years.

Elliot Frome

Elliot Frome is a second generation gaming analyst and author. His website is www.gambatria.com.

Dennis Ball

Dennis is a retired IGT executive and longtime NFL contributor to GamingToday.

Richard Saber

Richard Saber, a former race & sports book director, is GT’s horse racing and sports handicapper.

H. Scot Krause

H. Scot Krause is an industry analyst, researcher, journalist and former entertainment director.

Micah Roberts

Micah Roberts is a former Las Vegas race and sports book director, and longtime sports analyst.

Ray Poirier

Ray Poirier has been a resident of Las Vegas, and a member of the GamingToday staff, for 20 years.

Andy Iskoe

Andy Iskoe, and his Logical Approach, provides his unique handicapping statistics to GamingToday.

Doc's Sports

Wade Moseman for Doc's Sports. One of the leaders and most trusted names in sports handicapping.

Marco D'Angelo

Marco D’Angelo is the senior handicapper at Pregame.com.

Chris Andrews

Chris Andrews has over 30 years experience as a Nevada bookmaker.

Monti Rock III

Monti Rock III is a legend, performer, GT entertainment columnist and marketing expert.

Marc Meltzer

Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gambling and men’s lifestyle for various outlets

Eileen Di Rocco

Eileen DiRocco is the owner and publisher of GamingToday, the bible for news “you can bet on.”

Jim Feist

Jim Feist is a leader in sports information, hosts TV’s Proline and runs National Sports Services.

Phil Hevener

Phil Hevener has been writing about the Nevada gaming business for more than 30 years.

Noland Parry

Parry’s Power Guide was created in 1979 by Noland Parry.

George Epstein

“The Engineer,” a noted author and teacher, is a member of the Seniors Poker Hall of Fame.

Ted Sevransky

Ted Sevransky is one of the nation’s premier sports handicappers and analysts.

Nick Pellegrino

Pellegrino is a contributing writer from his East County Sports website based in San Diego.

Michele LaFong

Michele LaFong hosts Las Vegas Backstage Talk Radio Show, Thursday, 6pm-7pm PST on 1230AM KLAV.

Robert Turner

Robert Turner is a legendary poker player and billiard marketing expert

Scott Pritchard

Long-time sports handicapper.

Mike North

Mike North hosts several radio programs for Fox Sports Radio.

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The four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA filed papers to stop New Jersey’s plan to allow legal sports betting beginning this weekend, when gamblers could become the first in the nation outside Nevada to wager on single games.

The Florida State Seminoles dropped from 5/1 to win this season’s college football championship to 7/1 Monday morning at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Despite a 31-27 come-from-behind victory over the fifth-ranked Notre Dame.

GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 8 | Las Vegas' top casino bookmakers pick the point spread winner of every NFL game. The Bookies Battle will be featured weekly throughout the 17-week pro football season.

Pokin' Around | One final bit of unfinished business from the recent Global Gaming Expo involves a blackjack table game called Lucky 13s.

A well-known Chicago anti-crime fighter has warned that if Illinois doesn’t move quickly to eliminate the unregulated so-called “Sweepstakes Cafes,” Illinois could become known as “the sucker state.”