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Sports gaming goes live on Saturday in Mountain State

Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races Lottery officials said that once reports start coming in from casinos actually running sports betting on a day-to-day basis, those standards might need to be revised. “As we’re getting them open and up and running, there may be some things we need to tighten up,” said David Bradley, lottery deputy director of security. But Bradley said he doesn’t think the control standards will need to be tweaked much. “Our (internal control) document is a copy of New Jersey and Nevada,” he said, referring to states that have had sports betting for some time. “We didn’t try to come up and re-create the wheel.” Proponents of sports gaming say allowing betting on sports in casinos and through mobile phone apps merely legalizes what gamers are doing on the black market illegally already, as well as bringing revenue to the state, which gets a cut of gambling proceeds. According to the American Gaming Association, an estimated $150 billion is spent on illegal sports wagering every year. State lawmakers and lottery officials think sports betting will bring in about $5 million to the state in the first year of implementation, about $13.4 million by the third year and about $28.7 million by the fifth year as betting becomes established. Lottery officials said Tuesday that initial sports betting programs will require patrons to come to the state’s casinos to wager. Eventually the state will offer off-site wagering through mobile phone apps. Lottery Commission attorney Danielle Boyd answered an important question when members of the Lottery Commission asked if patrons would be able to place bets live during a game — for example, if they could wager on whether a certain player would make a free throw in a basketball game.

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Betting odds: Bears more than a touchdown underdog to Packers in Week 1

09-03_mack_practice_1920x1080_1312011843927.jpg Even after trading two first round picks to add a Pro Bowl player at their biggest position of weakness, the Bears still remain 7.5-point underdogs to Green Bay on Sunday night, according to Vegas Insider . Some books still have them at plus-8, and Vegas seems to universally think the Packers will win by a touchdown or more. Last season, the Bears finished 8-6-2 against the spread, and five of their 11 losses came by seven or fewer points. The over-under for the game at most places is 47.5, which would seem to project some increased scoring from Chicago with Matt Nagy calling the shots. Last year, John Fox’s offense averaged only 16.5 points per game, while the Chiefs finished sixth in the NF with 25.9 points scored each week.

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