Las Vegas Sports Betting Odds

While some people go to Vegas for the casino action and the shows, the sports betting odds attract the serious gamblers, those who want to win consistent money with their sports knowledge. There is a lot of money that can be won by way of these betting odds, and there are now online gambling sites that will let you play the Vegas style betting odds all through the Internet. Should you decide to bet on these lines, you will be able to do so without too much trouble. We are here to explain to you where you can bet these odds, as well as how they coincide with the Internet.

Those who start playing with the odds online will find that there is a lot of money that can be won by way of the Internet. Those who want to participate will be able to enjoy a number of extra advantages solely for choosing the Internet. While there are free drinks that can come with betting in a Vegas based sportsbook, the Internet boasts cash incentive in the form of deposit bonuses. This is the main reason we have decided to explore the Internet based sportsbooks, as we want to offer our players easy access and fair odds.

Sportsbook Featuring Latest Odds From Las Vegas

One sportsbook that we regularly use for out own betting is that of BetOnline. Those who sign up with BetOnline will be able to enjoy a 25% match bonus, one of the largest in the industry, with an upward limit of $900 on how much money can be earned. Those who visit BetOnline will be able to access lines on every major professional sport, as well as a number of collegiate sports. Individual and team sports alike are both available. BetOnline is simply one of the most trusted sportsbooks around, and we can tell you that big money is readily available through their odds.

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July 31st, 2015 | Author: Cory

The tide of history may soon be shifting toward legalizing sports betting in the United States. Recent comments by US Attorney General Loretta Lynch are bringing focus to an issue that has been hotly debated for decades. In 1992, Congress passed the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, also known as PASPA, which effectively outlawed […]

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Pacquiao vs. Mayweather: Early Money On Manny

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It’s probably not a coincidence that the heyday of sports betting in the United States coincided with the heyday of professional boxing. Few things are or were ever as exciting to wager a couple dollars on then watching an intense bout between two fighters with no gear, ball or field separating them.  When they step […]

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Miami Heat Favored Over Boston Celtics In Game 6

June 7th, 2012 | Author: Bryan

The Miami Heat need to win two in a row to make the NBA Finals, and it looks like they will be turning to Chris Bosh to play a larger role in doing so. Head coach Erik Spoelstra told ESPN Bosh might start in Game 6 after missing almost a month with an abdominal strain. He returned […]

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Miami Heat Just One Game From Elimination, And Falling Down NBA Championship Odds

June 7th, 2012 | Author: Bryan

The Miami Heat are having a tough go at hanging on to this front runner thing. Just after they clawed back to the top of Bovada’s 2012 NBA Finals Futures, they go and get run up on by the Boston Celtics in three straight. The Heat, losers of their last three in the Eastern Conference Finals, have […]

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With Chris Bosh Likely Returning, Heat Vs Celtics Game 5 Odds Formed

June 5th, 2012 | Author: Bryan

Looks like the Miami Heat will get the boost they were waiting for in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals tonight. Chris Bosh is expected to return after a nine-game hiatus and will be in uniform as Miami tries to regain the series lead against the Boston Celtics. It’s welcoming news to bettors as […]

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2012 U.S Open Betting Odds From The Olympic Club

June 4th, 2012 | Author: Bryan

There was already some pretty significant action on Tiger Woods in U.S. Open Betting Lines the last few weeks, but things went cattywampus after his win at Memorial this weekend. Woods used Jack Nicklaus’ own tournament to tie him with 73 career victories on Sunday, storming to a dramatic win with three birdies over the […]

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Odds For Game 3 Between Miami Heat And Boston Celtics

June 1st, 2012 | Author: Bryan

The Boston Celtics took their biggest swing at the Miami Heat in Game 2, but it wasn’t enough in a 115-111 overtime loss to fall into a 2-0 hole. And oddsmakers are finally starting to let go of their chances at another Eastern Conference title. After the Heat took a 2-0 lead, Bovada’s Eastern Conference […]

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New Orleans Hornets Win No.1 Pick In 2012 NBA Draft

May 31st, 2012 | Author: Bryan

The Charlotte Bobcats’ ineptitude defied all odds this season, so it’s no wonder they took their losing streak to the NBA Draft. After recording the worst record in NBA history, the Bobcats were unable to secure the top pick in this summer’s draft, losing out to the New Orleans Hornets in the NBA Lottery selection […]

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2012 Stanley Cup Finals: Devils Vs Kings Game 1 Betting Odds

May 30th, 2012 | Author: Bryan

The Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils have already made bettors a lot of money this postseason, rising from low seeds to reach the Stanley Cup final tonight. The Kings started as an eight seed, but are in the middle of what could be the greatest postseason run of all time. If they sweep […]

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Oklahoma City Thunder Vs San Antonio Spurs Series Betting Odds

May 29th, 2012 | Author: Bryan

Staring down at their first loss in nearly two months in Game 1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs needed just two words to spark a furious rally. Head coach Gregg Popovich told his experienced team to get a “little nasty”, and they did with a nine-point rally in the fourth quarter […]

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