Big Money Bets Roll in Late on Floyd MayweatherThe big money continued rolling in just before fight time at this city's sports books, with several million-dollar bets on Floyd Mayweather Jr. to beat Conor McGregor.
Maloofs Bet $880K on Mayweather to Give Winnings to CharityGavin and Joe Maloof are so confident Floyd Mayweather Jr. will beat Conor McGregor that they bet $880,000 on it.
Column: Time is Ripe to Bring Sports Betting Into the OpenWhat was once no more than a distant fantasy edged a bit closer to reality Tuesday when the Supreme Court agreed to hear New Jersey's bid to allow sports betting at casinos and racetracks in the state. That the court even agreed to weigh in on the case was cheered as a victory from a sports betting industry that has long been eager to expand outside Nevada.
Nevada Sports Books Now Allowed to Take Bets on NFL DraftFootball fans who look forward every year to what players their favorite team selects at the NFL draft can now bet on the outcome in Nevada, but some sports books in Las Vegas expect the new wagering to draw little more attention than the last player picked.
Las Vegas Oddsmakers Favor Chicago Cubs to Repeat in 2017Oddsmakers in Las Vegas predict the team will become only the third in almost 40 years to win it a second straight time.
Vegas Casino Owner No Longer Has to Sweat $1M PayoutMichigan's loss to Oregon has saved a Las Vegas casino owner $1 million.
Vegas Casinos Favoring UNC as Sweet 16 BeginsLas Vegas casinos are favoring North Carolina as the NCAA Tournament resets to a 16-team field.
Pick a Winner? Las Vegas Casinos Can't Agree on NCAA FaveCan't decide the winner in your March Madness bracket? Don't feel bad. Las Vegas casinos can't agree on an NCAA Tournament favorite, either.
Westgate: Mayweather 25-1 Favorite Should He Fight McGregorBookies in this gambling city don't give Conor McGregor much of a chance should he ever meet Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a boxing match.
Super Bowl Generates Mixed Results for Nevada OddsmakersLas Vegas betting oddsmakers thought they might be headed for a big payday Sunday. But the New England Patriots and a two-point conversion that led to the first-ever Super Bowl overtime left them with mixed results.
A $1.1 Million Bet - and a Lot of Happy Vegas BookiesA bettor using his phone app put $1.1 million on the Atlanta Falcons plus 3 points in the Super Bowl, part of an influx of money that could make Sunday a record day in Las Vegas sports books.
US Olympic Gold Hasn't Made for Winning Bets in Las VegasRowing, shooting and judo — the U.S. may have won big gold medals in those Olympic events but some of the most prominent Las Vegas sports books didn't even bother with them.