Month: December 2019

NJ Online Gambling | Your Complete Guide to Legal Online Betting – nj.com


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If you are in doubt about what NJ Online Gambling entails, then you need to read this guide. New Jersey has one of the best, biggest, and fastest-growing legal online gambling marketplaces in the entirety of the United States.

Moreover, the state of New Jersey has many forms of online gambling that are not even legal in other states as of yet. 

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NJ Online Gambling Laws

Now, many are wondering, just when did NJ online gambling become legal in the state. Well, the path to legal online gambling in the state has not always been simple. We will look into how both online sports betting and NJ online casinos were legalized in the state of New Jersey below. The NJ online gambling laws are important to understand when placing your bets online in the state.

NJ Online Sportsbooks Legislation

First, in the year 1992, the United States Supreme Court passed PASPA, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. PASPA effectively made all forms of sports betting illegal, both online and in-person at retail sportsbooks, with very few exceptions. 

It was not until the year 2018, when the United States Supreme Court overturned PASPA that states where able to legislate for themselves whether they would have legal sports betting both online and in-person at retail sportsbooks. The state of New Jersey wasted no time in
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LSU-Clemson Betting: National Championship Odds, Preview, Prediction – SharpSide

LSU’s Joe Burrow and Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence (photo credit: USA TODAY Sports)

The College Football National Championship is set, as No. 1 LSU takes on No. 3 Clemson on Monday, January 13, 2020. The game will take place at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, which is very much in LSU country. Let’s take a look at the College Football National Championship betting odds and preview what’s to come.

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College Football National Championship Betting Odds

In Las Vegas, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook opened the top-tanked LSU Tigers as the betting favorite to win the College Football National Championship, priced at -180 on the moneyline and -3.5 on the point spread. On the other side, Clemson was +150 and +3.5. The over/under for the game opened at 71 at Westgate.

Not too long after open, those lines shifted, but things eventually settled down. As of Monday, January 13, at 4:45 p.m. ET, the Westgate SuperBook had LSU -210 on the moneyline and -4.5 on the point spread. Clemson moved to +180 on the moneyline and +4.5. The over/under had dropped to 67.

DraftKings Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook also had LSU
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How To Bet On Baseball | MLB Betting Guide 2020 – TheLines.com

For a sport built on numbers and large sample sizes, no one knows the unpredictability of baseball like a sports bettor. Betting odds and lines are set based on season-long trends, player production and starting pitcher matchups, only for an unknown reliever to enter the game in the latter innings and cough up a lead by surrendering a home run to a struggling bench player from the other side. Derailing the performance of a starting pitcher and the best research of bettors, alike.

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The MLB has long been one of the most resistant of the major North American sporting leagues to accept sports betting. From the 1919
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A ludicrously complete betting guide for the college football bowl season – The Washington Post

Point spreads are taken from the consensus lines as of Dec. 12, 2019. All times Eastern.

Bahamas Bowl: Buffalo (-5½) vs. Charlotte

2 p.m., ESPN

Buffalo sophomore running backs Jaret Patterson and Kevin Marks combined for 2,634 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns and should see the ball frequently against a 49ers defense that gives up nearly 200 rushing yards per game. Charlotte’s Alex Highsmith had 14 sacks (tied for second nationally) and Markees Watts added 9.5 (19th), but the Bulls gave up a sack on only 3.1 percent of their passing plays (eighth nationally).

Winner: Buffalo, 72 percent

Neil’s Pick: Buffalo -5½

Matt’s pick: Buffalo -5½

Frisco Bowl: Utah State (-8½) vs. Kent State

7:30 p.m., ESPN2

All but a small handful of bowl teams have a positive net yards per play value, meaning they gain more yards per play than they surrender. Not Kent State, whose opponents gained 0.6 yards more per play. That doesn’t seem like a lot, but it is. This will be the final college game for Aggies quarterback Jordan Love, who announced his intention to enter the NFL draft
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