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Sports Betting News - Archive 2010-01
Iowa Senators Working to Legalize Sports Betting

Two democratic senators in the state of Iowa are working to legalize sports betting in the state. The senators have introduced separate measures on Thursday to give the state Racing and Gaming Commission the ability to allow the racetracks and riverboat casinos in the state to offer sports betting options. (29/01)

Colts Odds Favorite to Win Super Bowl XLIV

The Colts are set to face the New Orleans Saints for the Super Bowl XLIV and bookmakers have already set the odds for the series. Bookmakers have made the Colts the odds favorite to win the title as Super Bowl Champs. (27/01)

Minnesota to face Saints this Sunday for Chance at Super Bowl

This Sunday the Minnesota Vikings of NFL will be taking on the New Orleans Saints to see who will advance to the Super Bowl XLIV. The Super Bowl is set to take place next month and bookmakers are setting their odds for who they think will advance to the Super Bowl. (21/01)

Ladbrokes Launches New Version of Sports book

Ladbrokes is a top land and online gambling operator for the British and they recently announced the launch of a new version of their sports book. The new sports book will give visitors the option to view live sporting events. The sports book plans on offering over 30,000 live sporting events this year. (19/01)

Unique Sports Betting Site Launches

A new sports betting site has launched this week that is going to be a unique spot for sports bettors. The new site is called TipStar and it is a free platform where gamblers can place and sell their sports betting predictions for money. (14/01)

Former BetOnSports Executive Sent to Prison

David Carruthers is the former chief executive of BetOnSports and he recently pled guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges. Carruthers was sentenced to thirty three months in jail after pleading guilty, according to the US Justice Department. (11/01)

Bookmakers set odds for AFC Playoffs

This weekend marks the first round of the of American Football Conference playoffs. The Colts and the Chargers are sitting out for the first round but the four other teams are going to face off this weekend. Bookmakers have set the odds for the teams in the AFC. (06/01)

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