Howard Bender and Jon Impemba recap the Thursday Night Football action and make their picks against the spread for NFL Week 4
Howard Bender and Adam Ronis take an early look at the point spreads for NFL Week 4 and give some early leans as to who they recommend you bet this week.
Howard Bender is joined by special guest James Grande, Associate Managing Editor of Fantasy Alarm, to help make picks against the spread for all the NFL Week 3 games.
On today's episode, Action Sports Network Senior Executive Producer Darren Rovell joins Jason for an extended conversation in which the pair discuss the exploding market that is sports memorabilia and why some items are harder to come by (and thus more valuable) than others, why sports wagering has suddenly become mainstream and why he has more respect for bettors who attach their names to every pick they make, why it's more important to drive content in the sports wagering space rather than just push ads with big names who have no real interest in gambling, the future of sports wagering and how much emphasis we'll see on in-game betting for American sports leagues and their television partners, why its so important to bet games that you have a good feeling about - not just the games that you're most excited to watch, why his celebrity boxing match with Pro Football Commenter from Barstool Sports fell apart at the last minute, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Introduction: Host Michael Rand breaks down Twins rookie Joe Ryan's second MLB start, which included 6 1/3 perfect innings -- and a much more consistent mix of his four pitches than he used at the outset of his debut last week. If he can continue to throw his fastball, slider, changeup and curveball for strikes and in various counts, Ryan has a very bright future. 5:00: The Lynx had a chance to move into prime playoff territory on Wednesday, but a blowout loss at Las Vegas dimmed those hopes. Still, the rest of Minnesota's schedule is forgiving and a top-four regular-season finish is well within reach. 7:00: State Rep. Pat Garofalo, R-Farmington, joins the show to talk about the future of sports wagering in Minnesota. With Iowa already having legalized sports wagering and Wisconsin on deck, where do we stand in Minnesota? And how did we get here in the first place, with countless states legalizing sports wagering and the public sentiment toward it shifting almost by the minute? 29:00: The U.S. men rallied for four second-half goals to defeat Honduras 4-1 in World Cup qualifying on Wednesday, much to the surprise of the doom and gloom soccer crowd on Twitter.
4PM - First-ever legal sports wagering coming soon to a tribal casino near you // When paying $60,000 above asking price feels like a deal: Here's what a cooling housing market looks like in the Seattle area // Robert E. Lee Statue Removed From Virginia State Capital // Rachel Belle: Classic songs are strangling new music // Do San Francisco's Restrictions on Chain Stores Violate the First Amendment? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Devin Snow of Hold the Mayo and HTM sports stops by to talk the latest update on Louisiana sports wagering, 2 a.m. unsolicited advice from listeners, NFL win totals on the 5 worst teams in the league, UFC, and going viral for crackers. Subscribe to Dome Patrol United wherever you get your pods.
On today's episode, former NFL quarterback and VSiN radio host Shaun King swings by for a lengthy conversation in which he explains to Jason why sports wagering is exploding across the country, how sports wagering could bring in casual fans the same way fantasy football did, why he's still optimistic about Jon Gruden and the Las Vegas Raiders... assuming Derek Carr can elevate his game, why he believes the New York Jets will come to regret taking Zach Wilson with the 2nd pick in the NFL Draft, why the Houston Texans should be viewed as the 'Donkey of the Decade' for their complete and utter mismangement of the Deshaun Watson situation, why Jameis Winston being forced to ride the bench last season was probably the best thing that could've happened to him, why Matt Nagy might prefer to keep Justin Fields on the bench to start the year, why he views the Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns as high-value bets to make the Super Bowl, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ariel Epstein and Ben Stevens are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ariel and Ben take a look at win totals for the upcoming college football season and much more!
Howard Bender & Adam Ronis discuss their fantasy baseball frustrations, bad beats and some of the worst fanbases in sports.
Sports wagering is exploding in popularity since the Supreme Court decision in 2018 to allow it in the US. And that explosion is fueled by the power of real time payments. To learn more, we invited David Roe, Chief Operating Officer at Mazooma, and Laura Listwan, SVP, Head of Commercial Payments Products at Fifth Third Bank, onto the show. David and Laura have been instrumental in pioneering the sports wagering use case for RTP. In this episode, we discuss: Why real time payments are so important in sports wagering How customer retention and experience is impacted by instant withdrawals Why educating consumers about the benefits of RTP was the biggest hurdle for Laura and David
Host Adam Burke stepped into The Bettor's Box one final time as he is on to the next chapter in his life after this weekend. Adam started with his thanks, gratitude, and appreciation for so many that have been a part of this podcast and this website. Baseball still had to take center stage, as Adam talked about the Trade Deadline, home/road splits, some interesting stats, and some takeaways that everybody should keep in mind from the past and present editions of The Bettor's Box.After a look Down the Lines to cover line movements, Adam shared a couple of picks and then previewed four series for this weekend. He talked about Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks, Astros vs. Giants, Reds vs. Mets, and Red Sox vs. Rays, along with some words of caution about a post-Trade Deadline hangover for some teams.It has been an honor and a privilege to bring BangTheBook Radio and then ATS Radio to the masses. I love you all and thank you to those that have been on the shows or have helped with content during my time with those two sites. You've all made me better.
Howard Bender laments over a real bad beat and then he & Adam Ronis recap strategies and ongoing results for their RazzBowl fantasy football best ball drafts.
July 28, 2021 - Legal Sports Report Managing Editor Adam Candee handicaps the state's selection process for companies to operate mobile sports wagering in New York and explains what this means for potential consumers.
Host Adam Burke was back in the home office and back on the headset mic for today's edition of The Bettor's Box. Adam took a look at the overall landscape in MLB since the first memo about the substance crackdown and noted a few really interesting things and the reason why offense has jumped a bit. He also took a look at offenses that have had a lot of recent success, including two notable teams that have been topics of conversation a lot on the show.Adam then looked for some positive and negative regression candidates by keying in on high-velocity contact and the results on those batted balls. He found four pitchers to fade and three pitchers to back based on those numbers and some guys to keep in mind as we move forward throughout the season. After a look at line movements and a discussion of tonight's card, Adam previewed four series for the week ahead. Listen for his thoughts on Royals vs. Indians, Reds vs. Brewers, Nationals vs. Giants, and Blue Jays vs. Rays.
A wild night in sports, pitchers losing pants, the Ayton-Oop, David Eickholt talks Hawkeyes & Brian Ohrilko on Iowa sports wagering
A wild night in sports, pitchers losing pants, the Ayton-Oop, David Eickholt talks Hawkeyes & Brian Ohrilko on Iowa sports wagering
So what do we about sports wagering coming into the states? Tune in today to hear more on The Public Square®. Topic: Gambling The Public Square® with hosts Dave Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd. thepublicsquare.com Air Date: Friday, June 11, 2021
Is sports gambling really that big of a deal? Tune in today to hear more on The Public Square®. Topic: Gambling The Public Square® with hosts Dave Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd. thepublicsquare.com Air Date: Thursday, June 10, 2021
So what's a prop bet? Tune in today to hear more on The Public Square®. Topic: Gambling The Public Square® with hosts Dave Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd. thepublicsquare.com Air Date: Wednesday, June 9, 2021
How can sports wagering impact the game of sports in America? Tune in today to hear more on The Public Square®. Topic: Gambling The Public Square® with hosts Dave Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd. thepublicsquare.com Air Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021
What's one thing we love about America and what could potentially threaten this? Tune in today to hear more on The Public Square®. Topic: Gambling The Public Square® with hosts Dave Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd. thepublicsquare.com Air Date: Monday, June 7, 2021
Casinos "almost" back to normal; Sports wagering will be on the California ballot in November 2022; Medina Spirit likely to be disqualified as winner of the Kentucky Derby; Lots of Las Vegas trip reports; More on playing the Don't; Other trip reports: Colorado; Laughlin; Isle of Capri; Thunder Valley; Hard Rock Sacramento; Caesars Southern Indiana
This Wagering Week Tom Barton sits down with gaming law and sports betting attorney Daniel Wallach to discuss the new sports betting bills in Florida and New York. SGN's Rotomill Fantasy expert Chuck T also joins the show to talk about some future fantasy angles that we should all be looking at and some great buy low candidates. We also have a date set for Wilder Fury 3 and discuss some opening lines! Tune in to find out why Wagering Week is the #1 Podcast in the Sports Betting talk category! Did you know #SGN programming can be found on 100+ radio stations across the country @SportsMapRadio. From Wanna Bet?! Weekend Edition to SGN Best Bets and Wagering Week, learn why Sports Garten Network is your #1 Source for Credible Sports Wagering Intelligence! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram @SportsGarten Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Srq Talk Show with Your Boy Roy! Going over the "Week that Was" what we got was Tortoise Talk, let you know about Florida passing Sports wagering law, Tax deadline, Tax extensions, and all the Sports headlines of the week. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roy-llanes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roy-llanes/support
In this bonus episode of Goz On The Go Part 2, Goz shares the most important advice he learned from betting on sports. Plus find out why wagering on future bets pays so well and how Round Robin bets will become your new favorite money making wager.
Host Adam Burke has often been put between a rock and a hard place in terms of betting the 1st 5 or the full game. On today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box, he talked through what goes into the process of making that decision, both from a side and total standpoint. Adam looked at some situations where that could be relevant today as examples.Then he took a look at some pitchers that have either had good luck or bad luck based on their velocity numbers as we look for some pitchers to fade and some to follow. After that, he talked about the Saber Stats, yes plural, of the show, surveyed some recent line moves, and gave a pick for Thursday night. Finally, Adam previewed a few series for the weekend ahead, with Indians/Mariners, Mets/Rays, and Cardinals/Padres.
Host Adam Burke had a lot to say on today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box. It is really important to understand what is happening with this Major League Baseball season and to make the necessary adjustments to your handicapping process. Adam has a lot of them to make because the game is dramatically different from how it has been the last few seasons. He talked about what has changed, what to do with that information going forward, and just how much the game has changed during the Beyond the Box Score segment.After looking at a few play-on and play-against teams based on a number of factors, Adam recapped line moves that we’ve seen from the last few days, talked about a couple of picks for Monday night’s action, and then previewed Blue Jays vs. Athletics, Astros vs. Yankees, and Braves vs. Nationals for the first part of this week.
Ariel Epstein and Jared Smith are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ariel and Jared take a look at how sports wagering is evolving. Plus, John Sheeran, the Director of Trading from the FanDuel SportsBook, joins to discuss a bunch of changes being made in the sports wagering community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
April 12, 2021 -New Yorkers looking to place a sports wager from the comfort of their home will likely have to wait until next year's Super Bowl, according to our guest Adam Candee, managing editor of Legal Sports Report. He explains what to expect with the state's new online sports gambling law, including how much tax revenue it could bring in and the potential legal problems.
Ariel Epstein and Jared Smith are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ariel and Jared look at the latest news and updates with New York's sports wagering bill. Ariel and Jared also recap the MLB slate from yesterday. Plus, Kevin Walsh joins to give the latest trends in the NBA. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on What's Trending, Chiefs sign center Austin Blythe 1 year 990 k guaranteed. 760k play incentives, Tyler Lockett gets an extension . 4 years 69.2 million.37 million guaranteed, Final Four is set, Royals opening Day is tomorrow, and Gambling update- KS House debating the Senate’s Sports Gambling bill...SB 84 allowing Sports Wagering in Kansas FAILS on a division vote, 40-77 in the House. Likely headed back to committee. We have some breaking news as the Royals announce Adalberto Mondesi is headed to the 10 day IL with an oblique injury and they are recalling Nicky Lopez. We're joined in studio by Royals Insider Josh Vernier to discuss the disappointing news just ahead of Opening Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Adam Burke and pro bettor and handicapper Brad Powers from BradPowersSports.com always have football on the brain, so the guys talked about spring football games and how Brad has been doing his research watching the practices and the scrimmages for FBS teams. The guys also talked about the FCS market for Spring Week 7 and a few of Brad’s picks for this weekend’s action.Then it was all about the Sweet 16, as Adam and Brad covered all eight games from a variety of different angles. They wound up having an underdogs vs. favorites side bet on the Sweet 16 action, so you know we had some differences of opinion on Oregon State vs. Loyola Chicago, Villanova vs. Baylor, Oral Roberts vs. Arkansas, Syracuse vs. Houston, Creighton vs. Gonzaga, Florida State vs. Michigan, UCLA vs. Alabama, and Oregon vs. USC.
Mar. 17, 2021 - There's been movement on the issue of online sports gambling in the legislature. Asm. Gary Pretlow (D-Mt. Vernon), chair of the Assembly Committee on Racing and Wagering, discussed the latest.
Ariel Epstein and Jared Smith are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ed Tiryakian from Fandex joins to explain the partnership with SportsGrid as well as how it works. Ariel and Jared dive into March Madness key statistics to look for while betting on the first round. Plus, Daniel Wallach joins to explain how New York Mobile wagering is so much closer than we think See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Adam Burke and jack-of-all-tradesman Brian Blessing got together for the Tuesday March 9 edition of ATS Radio. On the podcast, Adam and Brian discussed what has been happening in the NHL of late and took a look at the Tuesday night card to handicap some games and figure out some good bets for this evening’s action.Then the guys moved over to the golf side of things as the Florida Swing continues with the PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass. A huge prize pool and a big number for winning are the stories this week, along with a top-notch field at a course that has some different elements to it than the usual courses. Finally, Adam and Brian shared some NASCAR analysis for this weekend’s Instacart 500 at Phoenix Raceway as Chase Elliott, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, and Kevin Harvick all look to get into the win column.
Host Adam Burke and guest Brad Powers had a lot to talk about on today’s edition of ATS Radio. Brad is posting FCS college football bets at BradPowersSports.com and talked about his process for this week’s games, in which he has fired off 17 bets! Brad talked about some of the wagers that he has made and what he is looking for out of the betting markets for this week and beyond. As crazy as it sounds, college basketball conference tournaments begin tonight with the Horizon League. Adam and Brad discussed conference tournament betting and how to think about the matchups when we’ve got past games to reference. The guys also discussed questions of motivation at this time of the season and Brad shared a couple of bets that he made for tonight’s college hoops card.
Ariel Epstein and Jared Smith are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ariel and Jared discuss how much sports betting is evolving and how exciting this will be for the industry. They also dive in the JJ Watt sweepstakes with the FanDuel futures market in their “Market Movers” segment as they analyze how the odds have shifted. Plus, Craig Mish joins to preview the MLB season with Spring Training about to get underway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Adam Burke and Kiev O’Neil spent some time together on Wednesday to chat college basketball and UFC on ESPN+ 44. They started in college hoops with a recap of Ohio State vs. Michigan and then some thoughts on the conference futures market with a couple weeks until the conference tournament. The guys hit on tonight’s Indiana vs. Rutgers game and also talked about Iowa vs. Michigan, Ohio State vs. Michigan State, and Northwestern vs. Minnesota for Thursday.On the UFC side of the ledger, Adam and Kiev talked about Jairzinho Rozenstruik vs. Ciryl Gane, Nikita Krylov vs. Magomed Ankalaev, and also Pedro Munhoz vs. Jimmie Rivera for the UFC on ESPN+ 44 card coming up this Saturday. The guys gave picks on those three fights and also talked about some UFC betting strategy.
Hoops history was made in Kansas this week.... and none of it is good for KU or KSU. Meanwhile, Baylor has played 6 fewer conference games than KU, can they really win the league? We break down how the Big 12 will figure this all out. Sports wagering is likely in Kansas this year, we tell you what you need to know to get in on the action. A high school in Topeka will change its name.... the big question is what will be the domino effect on this one? Joe Biden is backing a pipeline, but it's not in America. Chris Cuomo and CNN caught again demonstrating zero journalistic integrity. The host of the Bachelor is getting cancelled over nothing. And have you every caught a Grouper? I bet you didn't know they grew this big.