Bovada Online Sports Betting
Miraculous as it may seem in the face of the USDOJ’s hostility towards the offshore sports betting industry, Bovada promises to carry the baton for the Bodog.eu brand, formerly the legendary Bovada.com. For all existing sports betters, casino aficionados, poker players and horse punters at Bodog, Bovada will be their new home, via a seamless transition throughout the day.
As of the 1st of January, expect to see a new brand ruling more than just the sports punting scene on the web in the US, but also the casino realm. Built on what was formerly the RTG (Real Time Gaming) casino software platform, Bovada currently runs its own proprietary software which its used to launch dozens of new slots and table games. This will ALL be featured in the brand new Bovada casino, so we highly recommend a quick visit!
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Trades go down every single year during and leading up to the NBA draft. It's part and parcel of the league's typical operation. Concrete odds aren't tied to these transactions, but understanding which squads will be looking to move their upcoming first-round selections, along with why, will help you identify contenders and separate teams gearing up for rebuilds. So, without further ado, here are squads to keep an eye on.
Bettors must ask themselves plenty of questions in advance of the 122nd French Open, which begins this Sunday. Is Rafael Nadal really the favorite for the men? Is Novak Djokovic receiving enough attention? And how about on the women's end? Can anyone take down Serena Williams? Does she even deserve to be the favorite? And finally: Are there any good dark horses to monitor? Sit tight. We've got all your answers right here.
Two more NBA teams find themselves with their back up against the postseason wall. A few games into the Conference Finals, both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Houston Rockets have been tabbed as the underdogs for the remainder of their best of seven sets. Let's figure out whether either of them have the juice to author a comeback rather than submit to the ends—and, more pointedly, to history.
The 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes is upon us, and the competition is relatively fierce. This isn't to be confused with otherworldly. If the Kentucky Derby, the first leg of the Triple Crown, is a sign of things to come, we're in for some sloppy racing. But that only invites upsets and surprises. So while Justify, the Kentucky Derby winner, may be the clear favorite, we have some other options for you to consider.