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Sports Betting News - Archive 2009-10
Dover Downs Decides Against Expansion Project

The owner of the Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Delaware was planning on a casino expansion project which would house a new sports book but now has decided against the expansion. Since the courts ruled differently on sports betting than expected, the casino would not turn a profit for expanding. (30/10)

Problems Leave Sports Bettors Unpaid in Delaware

Officials in Delaware stated yesterday that some gamblers did not get paid on Sunday for their winning parlay bets due to a malfunction in the central computer system. Apparently there was a glitch in the system which caused the players to not get paid. (27/10)

Queens, New York Sporting Betting Ring Busted

Authorities in Queens, New York have busted an offshore sports betting operation. The operation has links to the mob and they got away with a half-billion dollars in wagers. A corporation as well as thirty individuals has been indicted in Queens in connection with the operation which stretches across the country. (22/10)

Sports Betting Site Changes Look with Anniversary

Spreading betting site Spreadex recently changed the look and feel of their online site to celebrate their tenth anniversary. The new site includes new features and improvements as well as financial and sports homepages. (19/10)

Yankees are Online Odds Favorite to win World Series

After blasting past the Minnesota Twins in the first round of competition, the New York Yankees are the online odds favorite to win the World Series. If the odds are correct and the Yankees win they will have won twenty seven World Series Titles. (14/10)

Sports Betting Revenue Impresses Head of Finance in Delaware

Parlay sports betting in Delaware has gotten rave reviews even though the betting is limited and not what was originally going to be offered. Tom Cook the acting Finance Secretary of Delaware has spoken highly of the sports betting offerings and commented that the latest revenues have shown yet another significant increase. (13/10)

Olympic Committee Sets Up System for Illegal Betting

A new system has been established by the International Olympic Committee to watch for illegal betting. The new system was created to watch for illegal betting connected to Olympic competitions and the system will be ready for the 2010 Vancouver winter games. (07/10)

NBA Decides to Begin New Season with Replacement Referees

The NBA recently told teams in the league to expect the season to begin with replacement referees instead of full time employees. The NBA and the refereesí union could not come to an agreement and thus the new season will begin with part time officials. (02/10)

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