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Sportsbook Networks

Forum: Las Vegas
Author: [Las Vegas] Topic: Sportsbook Networks
Joracle PM Joracle
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Posted: 9/8/2011 1:55:01 AM
I live in Vegas and I'm currently shopping around for the best real-time odds service so that I can get the best line available . Many of the books share lines and there has been some movement lately with William Hill buying up the Bellagio and a few other shops. Don Best is the most well known service but they are crazy expensive. I'm trying to compare SportsInsights and VegasInsider but I think many of the books they list actually overlap. Can anyone help me figure out how many separate sports networks there really are? That includes listing the parent company and all the casinos under their umbrella. Please correct me if anything I list actuall overlaps, all information is welcome.

Here is what I have so far;

Cantor Gaming: The M, Venetian, Hardrock, Cosmo
The Stations:
The Coasts: Gold Coast, Orleans, Sun Coast
Golden Nugget
SouthPointe: Palms, Cannery
Leroys: Bellagio

VegasGourmet PM VegasGourmet
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Posted: 9/9/2011 2:33:11 PM


With all due respect.....

First....William Hill has nothing to do with The Bellagio (or any MGM Resorts property).....

Second...If you think that Don Best is too expensive for you, then you are not at a level where "shopping" would make enough difference....Other than future bets, most books react to sharp betting a lot quicker than you could..Just watch the runners at most major books and you will see how quickly you need to move with changing lines information. The normal bettor just does not have the organization and level of information to react to nickel and dime changes at the books.

Why not just enjoy that we have sports betting in Nevada, find a few books that you enjoy betting at, and leave it at that.

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Posted: 9/12/2011 8:09:20 PM

don best is expensive, its like a couple thousand ,i shop numbers as well but dont wanna pay i prefer logging into offshore accounts watching lines, while sittin the hilton,or even tropicana where ur a 5 minute walk from mgm whos lines arent as sharp if u ask me

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