On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway come to you from the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP)! They bring you up to speed on all the big stories and winners from the series including a who won the $5 million GTD Reunion, Phil Hellmuth making yet another early run at bracelet No. 16, and an update from the $25K Heads-Up Championship. They also chat about early champs bolstered by behind-the-scenes interviews w/ a couple of new bracelet winners in Jesse Lally and Long Ma. Finally, Jeff & Chad talk about playing at the Mixed Game Festival at Westgate with recent PokerNews Podcast guest Robbie Strazynski. Big thanks to the special sponsor this week in Elite Chip Care. Time Stamps *Time|Topic* 00:24 | Welcome to the show 01”05 | Phil Hellmuth making another run at bracelet No. 16 03:30 | Be patient, be kind 04:22 | Sponsor: Elite Chip Care 05:00 | The Reunion crowns a winner! 06:20 | Winner interview w/ Reunion champ Long Ma 10:52 | Michael Perrone wins Event #10: $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty 12:56 | Zhi Wu wins Event #8: $600 Deepstack 14:15 | Jesse Lally wins Event #7: $1,500 Dealers Choice 6-Handed 15:53 | Winner interview w/ Jaswinder “Jesse” Lally 18:30 | A look at the WSOP $25K Heads-Up Championship 21:35 | Jeff & Chad play the Mixed Game Festival at Westgate 22:40 | Chad wins big in “Super Razz” 26:15 | Sponsor: GGPoker
Eyewitnesses remember the Westgate mall attack in Kenya, the 1990s 'miracle water' craze in Mexico, and the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko. Plus the amazing story of how a journalist revealed the secret romance between Aristotle Onassis and Jackie Kennedy, and we look back at the changing nature of James Bond. Photo: A police officer at the site of the terrorist attack, Westgate Mall, on September 21, 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya.. (Photo by Jeff Angote/Nation Media/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway discuss the upcoming 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) including the announcement that 11 online bracelet events have been added to the schedule. They also talk about Mikita Badziakouski and Michael Addamo winning big at Poker Masters, preview the $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl, which starts Monday, and highlight Daniel Cates and Brian Hastings joining Run It Once. Toss in updates on big winners from WCOOP, WPT Borgata Online, and GGPoker action, and this is your chance to get up to speed on everything happening in the poker industry. Finally, they welcome guest Robbie Strazynski of Cardplayer Lifestyle to the show to talk about the upcoming Mixed Game Festival at Westgate Las Vegas from October 4-7, which will award a coveted $30,000 Platinum Pass in their $200 buy-in H.O.R.S.E. tournament. Get all the details here. Time Stamps *Time|Topic* 00:24 | Welcome to the show 00:40 | Jeff headed to Wisconsin; Chad to Vegas 02:12 | Teasing guest Robbie Strazynski 02:51 | 11 online bracelet events added to 2021 WSOP schedule 06:00 | PokerNews' 2021 WSOP Hub 07:11 | Bally's temporarily closes poker room to use staff at WSOP 09:25 | How to sign up for Clear App to prove vaccination for WSOP 10:10 | Guest Robbie Strazynski joins the show 14:10 | Mixed Game Festival at Westgate details 19:20 | Gathering mixed game legends for kickoff festivities 21:45 | How to register so you don't miss out 23:35 | Get a room at Westgate for just $50/night 26:00 | Various travels bans look to be lifted November 1 27:40 | Mikita Badziakouski & Michael Addamo win big at Poker Masters 30:00 | $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl starts Monday 31:34 | Will Phil Hellmuth or Phil Ivey make a SHRB appearance? 33:40 | Daniel Cates & Brian Hastings join Run It Once 35:50 | “CrazyLissy” beats Pascal LeFrancois heads up to win WCOOP Main for $1.5M 36:50 | Orson “borgatcha” Young wins WPT Borgata Online 38:00 | Drea Renee's sister dies;.GG sets up charity poker tournament 39:43 | Join Club PokerNews on ClubGG 42:56 | Sponsor: GGPoker Plan for the WSOP Remember, during the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP), which runs Thursday, September 30 through Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, we'll be bringing you [B]three episodes of the PokerNews Podcast each week! New episodes are slated to be released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday bringing you all the latest from the 2021 WSOP along with interviews straight from the tournament floor!
On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off by sharing their thoughts on the New York Giants' heartbreaking loss to the Washington Football Team. It's one thing to lose, but to lose like that is why Joe Judge is a good bet to becoming the first NFL head coach to get fired this season. This team continues to find new and unique ways to embarrass themselves week-to-week; the only thing they seem to have any level of consistency with is catching L's. Later, Professional sports bettor David Baker and reigning Westgate Super Contest champion swings by to discuss how he fared in week 1 of the Westgate and Circa contests, why he's so high on Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams this season, why he's still bullish on the Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills even after they both underperformed in Week 1, why folks still seem to be unsure about Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals, why he doesn't seem much value in Jason's beloved 'divisional dogs' this week, why the Atlanta Falcons' disastrous performance is giving fans an inflated view of the Philadelphia Eagles, why he doesn't subscribe to the same trends and data points that other 'sharps' do, and much more! Finally, Jason closes the show with a special NFL and college football weekend edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off by sharing their thoughts on the New York Giants' heartbreaking loss to the Washington Football Team. It's one thing to lose, but to lose like that is why Joe Judge is a good bet to becoming the first NFL head coach to get fired this season. This team continues to find new and unique ways to embarrass themselves week-to-week; the only thing they seem to have any level of consistency with is catching L's. Later, Professional sports bettor David Baker and reigning Westgate Super Contest champion swings by to discuss how he fared in week 1 of the Westgate and Circa contests, why he's so high on Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams this season, why he's still bullish on the Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills even after they both underperformed in Week 1, why folks still seem to be unsure about Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals, why he doesn't seem much value in Jason's beloved 'divisional dogs' this week, why the Atlanta Falcons' disastrous performance is giving fans an inflated view of the Philadelphia Eagles, why he doesn't subscribe to the same trends and data points that other 'sharps' do, and much more! Finally, Jason closes the show with a special NFL and college football weekend edition of the Best Bet. Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The CHS Coaches Show usually airs Monday nights during the football season and two times each month the rest of the school year at 6:00 with host Tony Landry and Head Football Coach Scott Wattigny. Show topics included a review of their Jamboree contest vs. Westgate and the season opener at Vermilion Catholic.
Alexa and Yoel discuss a new paper (Oishi & Westgate, 2021) arguing that psychological richness is an overlooked aspect of the good life. In the process, they compare psychologically-rich-life scores, plan hypothetical vacations, and compare major regrets. Also, Alexa reviews an (accidentally-purchased) alcohol-free beer.
What do we remember about our stories? In her stunning debut novel, The Shimmering State, Meredith Westgate explores the convergence of memory, art, and grief through the lens of two artists: Lucien, a grieving photographer who moves to Los Angeles to care for his grandmother, and Sophie, a dancer with the Los Angeles Ballet Company who has landed a coveted lead role in an upcoming production. On the periphery of their stories is an experimental drug called Memoroxin that "targets and delivers patients' own memories" and is intended for medical treatment. But when Lucien and Sophie meet as patients at the Center—a Memoroxin rehabilitation clinic founded by the mysterious Dr. Sloane—readers are taken on a journey between past and present to understand Lucien and Sophie's connection to one another—and the world around them. The consumption and curation of memory fuels so much of how we live, work and create in our digital age. Yet as The Shimmering State comes out during a time of recalibration—both online and off—Meredith's work reminds us of the delicate threshold between the memories that make us who we are and the stories we tell ourselves. In this interview, Meredith shared more about the origins of The Shimmering State, her thoughts on the curation and commodification of memory, and why writing fiction slows her down. This episode also opens with a reading by Kayla Maiuri. A transcript of this episode is also available on our website: https://www.slowstoriespodcast.com/community/slow-stories-podcast-show-notes-meredith-west-author-of-the-shimmering-state.
In this week's episode of Wise Kracks, Bill Krackomberger and Jon Orlando talk about all things MLB & NFL preseason. Bill weighs in with some expert betting advice for the football preseason, gives tips on parlay and prop bets and explains why college football is an attractive betting venture. Special guest and Las Vegas gem Jay Kornegay takes a walk down memory lane with Bill & Jon, talking about his humble beginnings in 1989 all the way up until running SuperBook at Westgate now.00:00 Intro02:05 Jon's endeavour to Red Rock & betting kiosks05:14 MLB: Dodgers & Kenley Jansen10:53 NFL Preseason & College Football25:00 Special Guest Jay KornegaySource: https://www.wsn.com/podcast/wise-kracks-ep-57/#mlb #nflpreseason #jaykornegay #bettingtips✅ Watch more sports betting tips from expert bettor Bill Krackomberger - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2FH4xCTIpXDCLBvvz0azg6hxnisVp8vk✅ Watch our most popular sports betting tips - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2FH4xCTIpXCeyizjlxW0dlNve9ijSRSV ❤️ Show some love and SUBSCRIBE to our channel here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBN4zGZtlyfETCNE6hi1zGQ
This week on the podcast, Angela speaks with Meredith Westgate, author of the new novel The Shimmering State. Meredith and Angie talk about the pitfalls of sharing too much with your partner, the power dynamics in Hollywood for young women, and the power of dance. You can purchase Meredith's debut novel, The Shimmering State, via the link on our website, LitUpPodcast.com.
Meredith Westgate sets the Damn Library Hyperspace glittering, talking with us about The Shimmering State. The trio of us get into the fabric of memory, the joy of the unreliable narrator, how the book is a litmus test for if you like Los Angeles, and also a bit about adapting her own work for the screen. Plus, she brings us Tim Krabbé'sThe Vanishing (also known as The Golden Egg) and everybody gets to be unsettled. contribute! https://patreon.com/smdb for drink recipes, book lists, and more, visit: somanydamnbooks.com music: Disaster Magic (https://soundcloud.com/disaster-magic) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On The Alphabet Show, Theo Hooper guides you through a broad and brilliant mix of music, all connected to a specific letter – which this month is I. There is also a literary theme, which includes Letters about Letters, Alphabet Roulette, Word-of-the-Week, and more fun than you could ever imagine. Probably. Enjoy!
John Kriesel makes a triumphant return to the Power Trip and talks about partying in the Elvis suite at Westgate, also making a return is Chris Hawkey who shares stories from his vacation, Aj Mansour and Mark Parrish join in on the fun and Initials Game 367 is played!
This week the boys sit down with bottles of bubbly and talk about: 101, Celebration, Chondon, Ep 100, Party, Pee, Brutal Legend, Noita, Pug, Shamoo, Dollies Baby bday bonanza, Johnny Z, Tmec, San Diego, 7yr Ann., Blupron, Cousins from Iowa, Rally Monkey, Angels game, Prego, Mona Lisa, No meatballs, Veronica, the Getty, El Forno, Wine wednesdays, fish n chee, Westgate and much much more.
Boredom is an incredibly powerful human emotion and drives us to not rest, to try new things and is the power behind our curiosity. Dr Erin Westgate is an expert on what boredom is, how it manifests in our lives and what is it that triggers boredom. If you are interested in this show you should also check out Dr Nick Buttrick's work on S2 EP2 of WCNeuro where Nick talks about his work with boredom which was with Erin a few years ago (https://watercoolerneuroscience.co.uk/wc-neuro-season-two/) Sponsored by I Know What Scares You.
China has launched a national carbon emissions trading system for the first time, with trading set to begin imminently. Multinationals can expect to be significantly affected by the compliance requirements laid out by the new market, while also standing to profit from the new investment opportunities it presents. Nancy Sun and Andrew Westgate discuss what carbon trading is, how it works, how China's emissions trading scheme (ETS) compares with other ETSs around the world, and what the opportunities and challenges are for MNCs in China. Find the full in-depth analysis article on this topic here. Nancy Sun is a senior partner at Dentons in Shanghai, where she advises major foreign and Chinese energy companies on environmental and general corporate matters. Andrew Westgate is an associate at Latham and Watkins in New York who advises major energy and industrial companies on a range of environmental matters, including environmental credits and carbon neutrality. The China Law Podcast is a weekly podcast exploring China's business and financial sectors from a legal perspective. Get in touch at email@example.com with any feedback and ideas for future episodes. Episode Outline 01:24 How China's national ETS works 02:43 Comparison with EU and California ETSs 07:23 MNC concerns over carbon trading enforcement 08:22 Foreign investor participation and challenges 10:06 Transportation not covered under national ETS 13:10 Scrutiny of supply chains and price modeling 18:00 Voluntary carbon offsets in China 20:17 Standardizing different pilot scheme rules 21:07 EU carbon leakage tax proposal Related Content China Carbon Trading: EU, Pilot Schemes Hint at What's to Come Rules for the Administration of the Trading of Carbon Emissions Rights (Trial Implementation) In the News: Carbon Trading Rules; Crypto Ban Expansion; and Mobile App Privacy
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Chris Thurston, Adam Trigger, Drew Martin, and The Intern were in town for the weekend, weekend recap, and Kelly had a rough Sunday (1:23-5:30), John Murray has a few thoughts on and for The Intern, Kelly rallied on Monday with USC and has her bets placed for next weekend (5:31-8:08), NCAA Tournament first and second round recap: The Westgate SuperBook had a successful, socially distanced weekend, The public backed underdogs throughout the first round of the tournament, Friday saw good volume and Kelly got recognized in front of the Westgate GM, Saturday had some popular dogs winning in USCB, Ohio, and AC, Sunday was the best non-football day John Murray has seen in his career at the Westgate, Illinois lost outright, but his Mountaineers also went down, Kelly had a bit of a meltdown about the scarcity of Ubers in Vegas, Monday was not as strong for the SuperBook, who gave a decent number back outside of Oregon, handle down, but win percentage was up from 2019, and three props mentioned on last week’s show cashed (8:09-23:47), Mailbag: Will books offer odds on KBO like they did last year, Why are certain customers banned from books, Is it more profitable to bet NCAAB underdogs on the spread or moneyline, Using narratives to find value on Miocic/Ngannou, Theoretical hold percentage in futures markets, and how can you get comped at the SuperBook (23:48-35:09), No reviews, but Kelly met DannyDimes at the SuperBook who gave us 3 stars (35:10-36:02), NCAA Tournament third round preview: Saturday - Villanova/Baylor, Oral Roberts/Arkansas, Oregon State/Loyola Chicago, and Syracuse/Houston and Sunday - Creighton/Gonzaga, Oregon/USC, Florida State/Michigan and UCLA/Alabama, weekend plans, sharp action, Lopsided ticket counts, and Kelly’s bets (36:03-49:19), What will the NCAA Regional Finals look like with games on Monday and Tuesday (49:20-50:02), UFC 260 and weekend preview (50:03-53:12), Show schedule (53:13-53:51) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Seltzers at the Westgate, Georgetown’s Big East Tournament victory, trendy teams led to losing weekend for the SuperBook, John Murray’s scramble tournaments, NFL free agency, trendy dogs and sharp plays for the NCAA Tournament, UFC 261 and special guest Chris Thurston. SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
Learning From World Of Warcraft’s Virtual Pandemic The widespread infection of roughly four million virtual characters all started with a giant snake demon. In 2005, the massively multiplayer online video game World Of Warcraft introduced a special event raid, where groups of players could team up to fight a giant snake demon named Hakkar the Soulflayer. Hakkar would cast a spell called “Corrupted Blood” on players, which would slowly whittle down their health. The effect of the spell was only supposed to last inside the raid arena—when players returned to the main world of the game, the spell would dissipate. But thanks to a software glitch, that wasn’t the case if the player had a pet companion. When the pets returned to the main world, they started infecting players and non-playable characters with the Corrupted Blood spell. If the player wasn’t powerful enough to heal themselves, they would die and erupt in a fountain of blood before turning into a skeleton. What followed was a virtual pandemic that startlingly resembled today’s COVID-19 pandemic, from the spread, human behavior, and cultural response. Blizzard, the developer of the game, wanted players to social distance. Some players listened, others flouted the rules, traveling freely and spreading the disease with them. Conspiracy theories formed about how the virus was engineered by Blizzard on purpose, and others placed blame on players with pets as the cause of the outbreak, mirroring the racist anti-Asian attacks and rhetoric surrounding COVID-19 today. Coincidentally, two epidemiologists, Nina Fefferman and Eric Lofgren, were there to witness the World Of Warcraft outbreak unfold. They studied and used the incident to model human behavior in response to a pandemic. Their findings were published in The Lancet in 2007. Many of their observations came to pass in 2020 when COVID-19 appeared. SciFri producer Daniel Peterschmidt sat down with Eric Molinsky, host of the podcast Imaginary Worlds, who reported this story for his show. He talks about the epidemiologists who studied the outbreak and how it prepared them for public responses to COVID-19. Why Is Daydreaming Difficult For Grownups? Children have a natural talent for imagination. Even in moments of boredom, their imagination can take them away into daydreams that help pass the time in a flash. But for many adults, falling into a daydream is hard, especially when our minds are filled with worries about tomorrow’s obligations, finances, and a global pandemic. Turns out those who feel this way are not alone. New research shows that adults report getting to a daydreaming state is harder than experiencing their unguided thoughts. Adults often require a prompt to think about something pleasant, and tend to ruminate on unpleasant things. Daydreaming can be an antidote to boredom, and researcher Erin Westgate of the University of Florida says that’s important. Her previous research shows that boredom can cause sadistic behavior in people. Westgate joins guest host John Dankosky and Manoush Zomorodi, host of the TED Radio Hour and author of the book “Bored and Brilliant,” who argues leaning into boredom can unlock our most creative selves. Can We Geoengineer Our Way Out Of A Natural Disaster? Humans have always altered their landscapes—from simple agriculture used to cultivate specific crops to huge projects like damming rivers to change the flow of entire ecosystems. And many of these human interventions have unintended consequences and have led to major environmental disasters. In her book Under A White Sky: The Nature Of The Future, author Elizabeth Kolbert talks to scientists and people working on geoengineering projects and technology to mitigate and avert damage caused by humans in the natural world like climate change. The projects range from electrifying rivers to turning CO2 emissions into rocks. Kolbert discusses if we can solve these natural problems with the tools that created the problems in the first place, and at what cost?
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. John Murray’s birthday, Kelly is in a contract year, and Brett’s intermittent fasting is disrupting dinner plans (1:22-3:29), NBA All-Star Game recap: What is an Elam, Giannis and Steph looked great, and Kelly hit a 3-1 Dog in the dunk dontest (3:30-5:55), Harry, Meghan, and Oprah (5:56-8:39), NBA Futures: Why are the Lakers still the Favorite at Most Shops, Westgate has the Nets as the Favorite, Nets are a big liability for the SuperBook, and home-court advantage (8:40-11:48), Kelly hit a rough patch and has been gunshy (11:49-14:49), Where did the last year go? (14:50-18:18), Duke took the losers way out (18:19-20:30), Gonzaga Baylor against The Field price flip (20:31-21:34), Mailbag: Westgate app versus counter handle, Best places to watch March Madness in Vegas, How many winning tickets are never cashed, Restaurant recommendations, Factoring COVID cancelations Into your handicap, Will US books begin accepting Bitcoin like offshore books, Bruce Weber’s job at K-State, KU football coach disasters, 2H line adjustments in the NBA (21:35-39:04), Highest volume/hold weekend in the books, but lower handle than Super Bowl weekend (39:05-41:12), Sweet Sixteen staggered games and UFC 260 should increase handle (41:13-44:13), Vegas versus going to NCAA Tournament games (44:14-45:30), Overnight sharp action in college hoops (45:31-47:37), Does Kelly have diamond or paper hands? (47:38-48:31) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Kelly and John catch up after the three-and-a-half week break and it's almost John’s birthday (1:24-2:20), No dinner plans for Kelly (2:21-3:31), Crypto life (3:32-7:26), Fans are allowed back in T-Mobile Arena for Knights games, but ticket brokers only let you buy four tickets (7:27-10:00), NBA Update: LeBron is finally taking a night off, Luke Walton is on the hot seat, the Jazz are playing great basketball and might be the only contenders with big playoff crowds (10:01-12:30), Golden Globes: Low viewership numbers, what Kelly is watching and Hollywood’s reaction to states reopening (12:31-16:54), College basketball update: Conference tournaments underway, difficulty wording the rules for bets to be graded as action, Gonzaga/Baylor vs. The Field, Sammy P’s Illinois winner, Kelly doesn’t have any future bets pending and Michigan is the biggest liability for the SuperBook (16:41-23:23), Mailbag: NBA TopShot, Kelly is on the wagon until 3/17, books' adjustment for fans during March Madness, sharp bets on MLB season win totals, divisional markets and NL ROY, Westgate’s process for making numbers, UFC 259 sharp action (23:24-31:12), New show reviews (31:13-34:32), Kelly is flying "The Intern" out to Vegas for March Madness, Chris Thurston will be in attendance, difficulty of having people out to Vegas for the tournament (34:33-35:58), John had a golf ball fly through his window (35:58-37:10), Show schedule and SuperBook NV and CO generating great numbers (37:11-40:06) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Kelly apologizes to John Murray and the listeners for having too much fun on Super Bowl Sunday at the SuperBook (Maria and Chana did an awesome job in the Clubhouse) (1:23-6:28), Kelly cashed several tickets during the game, but missed two winners from John Murray because she was at dinner (6:29-7:57), Super Bowl recap: Chiefs coaching staff outclassed, Mahomes injured and running for his life, Buccaneers TD before Halftime, Buccaneers' defensive performance, and John Murray somehow did not cash his more TDs than FGs ticket (7:58-14:08), SuperBook Results: Prop winners on Chiefs (No TD Scored, No Rush TD, No 1H Rush TD, and Buccaneers rushing yards > Chiefs rushing yards) and on Bucs (Tom Brady MVP), Should Brady have won MVP, 10 cent split attracted big bets on the Chiefs that they were looking for, Huge win for the book on the under, and Handle numbers were positive despite COVID-19 Pandemic (14:09-23:17), Big Future Bets already coming in at the SuperBook (23:18-25:43), B/R Betting Instagram comment section (25:43-27:49), Mailbag: MLB season win totals and HR player props, Will SuperContest be nationwide with the Westgate expanding into more states, NFL sims during the off-season, Casino staff members, Super Bowl streaker, and what markets do the public move (27:50-40:29), Westgate is expanding and hiring (40:30-42:53), Concerns about March Madness (42:54-46:34), UFC 258 Preview: Usman/Burns & Grasso/Barber (46:35-48:04) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
Jay Kornegay who works at the Superbook for the Westgate talked about all types of props and odds for the game on Sunday that he likes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wise Kracks is a weekly sports betting podcast where professional sports bettor Bill Krackomberger sits down with co-host Jon Orlando and a special guest to break down the latest and greatest sports betting strategies and concepts.Welcome to Wise Kracks Super Bowl Edition! With the current pandemic and fewer people traveling, some experts think this year’s Super Bowl will be the most-watched sports game in history. Just imagine the prop bet opportunities.Did you know that the Super Bowl popularized the prop bet? More specifically, the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas is where the popularity of the prop bet exploded in the United States, so it seems fitting that our guest today is none other than Jay Kornegay, the Vice President of the Westgate Superbook. Jay has nearly thirty years of experience in the race and sportsbook industry. He oversees one of the biggest sportsbooks in the world and is just an all-around great guy. Wise Kracks welcomes Jay back to the show.It wouldn’t be a full episode of Wise Kracks without the pick of the week and, since it’s Super Bowl week, we’re giving out two picks!We hope you enjoy this week’s special Super Bowl LV episode. WSN is the best destination for sports betting tips, promos, bonuses, and great strategy guides. You can also participate in the Free to Play NFL Pick ‘em Contest running each week, with a shot at a $500 Amazon gift card every time you play. Be sharp like Bill Krackomberger and use WSN.com to your advantage.FOLLOW US ON:Twitter FacebookInstagramApple Podcasts SpotifyYouTubeSupport the show (https://www.wsn.com/podcast/)
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Kelly has been very sensitive to smells (1:22-2:35), Kelly’s dinner plans, John Murray had a big weekend, friends of the show coming to Vegas for the Super Bowl (2:36-4:37), John is very disappointed in the Liverpool Football Club and Kelly won another soccer bet (4:38-5:02), Askren/Paul is posted at the SuperBook one dollar cheaper than the market and expects high handle on the event (5:03-9:51), Alt Coin Talk: John Murray’s investing group chat, Kelly is finally making money in the market (9:52-10:45), Super Bowl splits, arbitrage players and phone accounts are restricting the Chiefs moneyline price to fall, potential in-game wagering opportunities (10:46-18:25), Infatuation with Super Bowl commercials (18:26-19:22), What is the SuperBook going to need? (19:23-24:05), Gambling Twitter losers (24:06-24:52), Paul came to visit John Murray at the Westgate and Ethan wrote a very nice email to the show (24:53-26:40), Big Futures pending: 55k on Chiefs at 5-1 placed on 2/5/2020 and 3.3k on Buccaneers at 60-1 placed on 2/2/2020 (26:41-27:44), Inside information on futures and novelty props (27:45-30:26), Super Bowl MVP (30:27-33:30), First touchdown Scorer (33:31-34:39), Sharp prop bets (34:40-41:55), Silly kicking bets (41:56-42:38), John Murray has “friends” in random Midwest bars (42:39-43:33), Mailbag: Parlaying props, Chiefs -2.5 -125, Chiefs moneyline drop in price, morale at Westgate, Betting Godzilla vs. King Kong, odds on getting a date with MintyBets, Soccer vs. Big 12/SEC CFB, and Chiefs players O/U rushing attempts (43:34-50:23), Reviews (50:24-56:09), Kelly and John Murray’s PSA to Super Bowl bettors and the WagerTalk girls' TikTok (56:10-1:00:56) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
Donnie Peters, Mo Nuwwarah, and Rich Ryan talk Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus Kansas City Chiefs in the biggest game of them all. The trio discusses their favorite bets and player props for Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and more.
To vouch for someone is to stand in for them and be judged in their place. The legend of Damon and Pythius, the Pythagorean brethren whose loyalty stunned the tyrant of Syracuse, Dionysius I, is a suitable metaphor for the honor that should bind Masons - that stronger tie. The most important appointment in the Lodge is not the Master's chair. It's the Investigating Committee!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rockymountainmason)
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Drama at the Westgate (1:23-2:25) Best food at the Westgate (2:26-3:38) Prop packets are in hot off the presses: Coin toss losers and first touchdown winners, SuperBook in Colorado, Apple > Android, Big Tech (3:39-10:11) Soccer Talk: Liverpool finally scored, Kelly cashed a ticket, and VAR (10:12-12:25) Prop Sheet: Tom Brady INT, Parlayable prop sheet, Sharps play under bets and no bets, Public plays over and yes bets, Missed XP and Field Goal, Cross-sport parlays, First touchdown scorer, and Past Super Bowl stories (12:26-19:37), Big 12 College Basketball: Best conference in the country, best player in the country, and future odds (19:38-21:48) Stock & Crypto Talk: John Murray bought AMC six months ago, Turning Bitcoin into USD, and John does not want to give out investment advice (21:49-24:35) Deshaun Watson demands trade (24:36-27:28) Ariel is having a bit too much fun at John's expense (27:29-28:28) Lebron not utilizing load management (28:29-30:51) McGregor/Poirier III: Price opened at PK and social media says the line is garbage, but no one has gone to the Westgate to bet McGregor (They will take 5K) (30:52-31:34) Hypotheticals: Greatest QB of all time vs. Most Accomplished QB of all time & Greatest Super Bowl QB Matchup of All Time (31:35-34:09) Current Super Bowl Bets at the Westgate: High ticket count on KC Spread, TB ML, and Over, Sharp plays, and Handle (34:10-40:10) Stewart-Murray 2024: Lobbying for Sports Betting (40:11-42:03) Mailbag: Picture of German Shepard, Robinhood, Favorites in the NHL, Live betting, Liverpool, Hedging on futures, FG props, Guests on the podcast (42:04-47:34) Reviews (47:35-50:31) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Kelly and John catch up: John’s Christmas present finally arrived, Kelly and John keep blowing each other off, plans to watch UFC 257 together, tattoos and strip clubs (1:23-5:45) March Madness schedule changes: Effects on gatherings, handle and travel (5:46-10:28) Kelly’s contrarian NBA betting (10:29-12:59) NFL Divisional Round recap: Bloodbath for Kelly, Ravens/Bills, Rams/Packers, Browns/Chiefs, Buccaneers/Saints, Buccaneers future market liability, multiple fans of the show at the Westgate (13:00-21:28) UFC 257: Can only write money on McGregor, inevitable buyback on Poirier, McGregor as a parlay leg (21:29-24:40) NFL Championship Week preview: Public money on both underdogs, Brett’s Packers future, Buccaneers/Packers, Bills/Chiefs and sharp action (24:41-33:47) Mailbag: Bernie memes, Liverpool, John’s on to the Champions League, UFC 257 sharp action, award show futures in regulated markets, prop bets, Packers CLV, what moves sports betting markets, Super Bowl prop sheets, SuperBook Colorado, how lines are set (33:48–41:16) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
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The Sharp 600 podcast welcomes Jeff Sherman, VP of Risk Management for The SuperBook at Westgate, to chat about betting the 2020 Masters.Jeff and host Rob Cressy discuss:- How November Masters, and possible messy weather changes odds.- Changing make/miss cut props based on altered cut rules.- Tiger's odds and best bets to fade Tiger at Augusta.- What to expect from Masters betting favorites.- How to get the best value from the world's top golfers?- Popular prop bets and live betting options for the 2020 Masters.- Where is the best overall value in betting the 2020 Masters.You can find Jeff Sherman on Twitter @golfodds. Connect with Rob Cressy @robcressy on Twitter and send in your feedback, best bets and bad beats.Be sure to subscribe, rate and review The Sharp 600 podcast.