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Isabel Madow - Pop Singer, TV Host & Actress Naked for Playboy

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zebrakiller
zebrakiller
CLE at BAL 07:05 PM
BAL +108
+500
PIT at PHI 07:05 PM
PIT +104
+500
KC at DET 07:10 PM
DET -103
+500
NYM at ATL 07:35 PM
ATL +125
+500
CIN at STL 08:15 PM
CIN +184
+500
CHC at COL 08:40 PM
COL -112
+500
SD at ARI 09:40 PM
ARI -122
+500
BOS at OAK 10:05 PM
OAK +121
+500
SF at LAA 10:07 PM
LAA -148
+500
WAS at LAD 10:10 PM
WAS +130
+500
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
Quote Originally Posted by anthonyline:

Great profit , are u post  some pick  today ? 



yeah sure will wtf it's free
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
wish it was april vanzack but june is fine then we get to bet NFL soon as it pops legal in NJ 20 staes ready to roll in right behind them.

HEY WTF take a couple dollars on golf pic right 6 guys you win $1000's

tehn take that cash go wack a huge double trevese in nfl for $2000 get paid $8000 weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee haaaaaaa


Macwestie1
Macwestie1
i swept baby 8-0 toiday er uyesterday

zebrakiller - Apr 19
Game     Score     Pick     Amount     Status     Units
Miami
Milwaukee     3
12    
MIL   -184
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
NY Mets
Atlanta     4
12    
ATL   +100
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Houston
Seattle     9
2    
HOU   -180
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
San Francisco
Arizona     1
3    
ARI   -170
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Toronto
NY Yankees     3
4    
NYY   -157
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia     0
7    
PHI   -103
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Boston
LA Angels     8
2    
BOS   -102
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
St. Louis
Chi. Cubs     5
8    
CHC   -120
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
hold on wacky limits said shorten message i'll get in here

zebrakiller - Apr 19
Game     Score     Pick     Amount     Status     Units
Miami
Milwaukee     3
12    
MIL   -184
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
NY Mets
Atlanta     4
12    
ATL   +100
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Houston
Seattle     9
2    
HOU   -180
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
San Francisco
Arizona     1
3    
ARI   -170
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Toronto
NY Yankees     3
4    
NYY   -157
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia     0
7    
PHI   -103
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
Boston
LA Angels     8
2    
BOS   -102
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
St. Louis
Chi. Cubs     5
8    
CHC   -120
   
+500
   
Win
   
+500
zebrakiller
zebrakiller

zebrakiller - Apr 19


JEFFMARKETCAP
JEFFMARKETCAP
get me some black face make up n go get free coffee


ProtoStar
ProtoStar
Quote Originally Posted by rr207:

Is he alive 


dunno i just cliked on this thread it's weird thats all kinda like a twilight zone story
zebrakiller
zebrakiller

Trying to stay on thread topic here....I'd bang Sarah Palin.


yeah i'd hit her too

zebrakiller
zebrakiller
Quote Originally Posted by HockeyTeeth:

Hey, why does thread title say any star or female celeb?

peace_5

 



lol you insuinating maybe i also meant males
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
look guys govt has nothing to dop with this only the hearings the irs aint running the sports books they are all done witihn state

gov't created that paspa law ... GOV't only wants thier pockets filled every fuggging month.

The Juice will remain the same it has too ............. as far as i know those who are running the books i asked about who sets the spreads and odds they all are networked just like nevada ...

The money is all monitored coming in just like in Vegas.

BUT now that it is supervised and legal bet your bottom dollar the fixed games that happened in college are going to be reduced.

Any illegal operator will be shut down.

It's stupid to take bets on credit when they get licensed and just do it right never worry about getting hard hit and not able to pay.

OK you have an old bookie who trust you and pays you when you win fine.

but they gotta go like in tunnels underground now.

I was there dudes way back in 70's working for large bookie had 150 players we could see where to make wagers when the players were wrong .

SO get in tight with ticket writers or the top managers who put lines up and ask when unsure if too many squares are hammering the wrong side.

JUST think not only casinos and OTB's and racetracks offer it but 100,000's sports betting paralors open up no table games or slots just a place to bet like they have in england on almost every street corner

MILLIONS of new jobs open up putting tax dollars back into usa.

LOcals aint got dozens of people working them.

The offshore books are like this

losing hundreds of millions us players will hurt them.

I'm fugging loving it after reading about slow pays to big winners accounts frozen for suspected fraud.

NO more waiting baby weeks or months YOU won go to window get paid.


zebrakiller
zebrakiller
got here from google serach of title
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
agree ziggy i too like em all
shakeymoomoo
shakeymoomoo
wrong forum
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
hmmm who next ooooooyeah i know

CHARLIZE THERON


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zebrakiller
zebrakiller

Maryland Becomes Latest State To Eye Legal Sports Betting With New Bill

Maryland joined the growing list of states that have their eyes on legalizing sports betting.

The new legislation that surfaced Thursday would not attempt to create a challenge to federal law, as in the New Jersey sports betting case. Instead, it would legalize sports betting should the applicable federal law — PASPA — be repealed, altered or deemed to allow for single-game wagering.

The Maryland sports betting bill, at a glance

The new bill — H 989 — would have the state study sports betting and make recommendations for a regulatory scheme. Here’s some of what the bill would do:

  • It would establish a task force that would “study the implementation of sports gaming in the state.”
  • The bill, if passed by the legislature and enacted by the governor, would also have to be approved by a voter referendum.
  • It would give the state State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission oversight over sports betting in the state.
  • Casinos and racetracks could apply for sports betting licenses.
  • It would only take effect “contingent upon the repeal or amendment of the federal Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act in a manner that does not prohibit the State from allowing wagering on sporting events or a determination by a federal court or the United States Department of Justice that the Act does not prohibit the State from allowing wagering on sporting events.”

The last point would allow Maryland to offer sports betting should New Jersey win its ongoing case to authorize sports betting. That case is being appealed to the US Supreme Court.

Interestingly, Maryland was the first state to explicitly legalize paid-entry fantasy sports. However the state’s attorney general said it’s not clear if this law needed to go through a referendum as well.

Other states also interested in sports betting

Maryland is just the latest state to take a look at legal sports betting. The efforts include:

  • The ongoing New Jersey case.
  • A planned bill in New York.
  • A bill reintroduced in Michigan.
  • Interest in the issue in Mississippi.
  • Over-arching casino bills in Hawaii and South Carolina that include provisions regarding sports betting.

The market for Maryland sports betting

Maryland’s six casinos and three racetracks would be very interested in the possibility of offering sports betting at their facilities. That includes the newest casino that opened this year, MGM National Harbor, near Washington DC.

More on the subject from the Baltimore Sun:

The owners of the state’s three largest casinos — Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, Maryland Live and MGM National Harbor in Prince George’s County — say states should have the authority to sanction sports bets.

“Over $100 billion annually is wagered illegally on sports in the U.S.,” Caesars Entertainment, owner of Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, said in a statement. The casino accepts bets on horse racing overseen by the state, but is barred from taking wagers on football, basketball or other sports.

There are a lot of steps that need to take place before Maryland actually has legal sports betting. But it’s the latest evidence of momentum and interest at the state level.

zebrakiller
zebrakiller

SCOTUS to Hear NJ Sports Betting Case

The Supreme Court of the United States will hear the appeal of the state of New Jersey that challenges the federal law banning sports betting. The case will be on the high court’s docket in the fall.

The case appeals lower-court rulings striking down a New Jersey law that authorized state-regulated sports betting, meant to create sports books at Atlantic City casinos. Governor Chris Christie signed the law in 2014, drawing a swift lawsuit from the four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA. New Jersey voters overwhelmingly approved a sports betting referendum in 2011.

Arguments by the state’s lawyers have challenged the constitutionality of the federal 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA). The law bans sports wagering in all but four states that had previously approved some form of sports wagering. Of the four, only Nevada has full single-game sports betting; the other three have forms of parlay wagering.

“This federal takeover of New Jersey’s legislative apparatus is dramatic, unprecedented, and in direct conflict with this court’s 10th Amendment jurisprudence barring Congress from controlling how the states regulate private parties,” Christie argued in the appeal before the Supreme Court.

 

Following Advice

New Jersey lawmakers crafted their sports betting law following an opinion by former U.S. Solicitor General Donald M. Verrilli, Jr., who asserted in a brief filed with the Supreme Court that New Jersey was free to repeal its state ban against sports wagering “in whole or in part” without violating PASPA.

The bill Christie signed into law did precisely what Verrilli had suggested—repealed the state ban on sports betting to institute a state-regulated system. However, the solicitor general’s office subsequently reversed Verilli’s opinion, saying that any state law authorizing sports betting would violate the federal ban. In May, current Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall filed a brief with the court recommending that the justices reject hearing New Jersey’s appeal.

The court’s decision last month to hear the case was a surprise to many, since the high court has typically followed the solicitor general’s opinion in declining to hear previous cases. In general, the court only agrees to hear 2 percent to 3 percent of all cases referred to it, making any case a long shot from the beginning. The decision has given a boost to advocates of a PASPA repeal in suggesting the justices feel New Jersey’s arguments have merit.

None of those advocates has been more vocal than the American Gaming Association, which has been involved in a campaign to repeal PASPA as the New Jersey case has wound its way through the courts. In a press call immediately after last month’s announcement, AGA President and CEO Geoff Freeman said the court’s decision to hear the case is “another nail in the coffin of PASPA.”

“This has been a failed ban on sports betting,” Freeman said, “which has created an unregulated $150 billion illegal market with no oversight for law enforcement and no accountability to regulators and no concern for the integrity of the games.”

Freeman repeated the AGA’s longstanding position that PASPA has failed to prevent sports betting, noting that while $150 billion was wagered illegally on sports in the U.S. last year, only $4.5 billion was wagered legally in Nevada.

He said that while adding one state to those offering legal sports betting is not going to solve this overall problem, the Supreme Court’s willingness to hear the case “furthers the likelihood of congressional hearings this fall” in the legislation introduced earlier this year to repeal PASPA, which is supported by the American Sports Betting Coalition, a group of lawmakers, law enforcement officials and local and state govern- ment the AGA assembled earlier this year.

 

Technological Advances

Freeman also noted that the atmosphere in which the 1992 ban was passed no longer exists—the technology to regulate, control and monitor sports wagering, as proven by successful European programs, has advanced to the point of ensuring integrity both of wagering and the games themselves. He added that attitudes towards sports betting also have changed, with the heads of the major sports leagues—notably the NBA and the NHL—coming out recently in saying the federal ban should be at least re-examined if not outright eliminated.

Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, West Virginia and Wisconsin joined New Jersey’s effort to have the case heard by the Supreme Court.

Meanwhile, reaction poured in around the industry to the Supreme Court decision. In Connecticut, representatives of both gaming tribes, the Mohegan Tribe and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, lauded the decision.

“We are pleased the Supreme Court has agreed that it should hear this important case,” Kevin Brown, chairman of the Mohegan Tribe, owners of Mohegan Sun, said in a statement. “And we are hopeful (the justices’) decision will provide further encouragement for Congress to take the steps necessary to create a safe and regulated sports wagering marketplace in the United States that will protect the players and the sports themselves. Mohegan is well poised to thrive in such a regulated marketplace.”

Mississippi state Rep. Scott DeLano told the Biloxi Sun Herald that sports betting could usher in another golden age for the state’s casinos.

“We feel this could be another 1990s for the state of Mississippi,” DeLano said, referring to the first explosion of construction and expansion for Mississippi casinos. “We want to be ready for any new investment that we can do in a responsible way. I would be surprised if we don’t get (sports betting) this coming session.”

Even Las Vegas casino operators, owners of a monopoly on legal sports betting, welcome expansion of wagering to other areas. “It’s not a bad thing for us,” MGM Resorts Sports Book Director Jay Rood told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “Since we’re a brand that’s beyond Las Vegas, we’re interested in it being allowed in other jurisdictions, especially the jurisdiction where we currently reside (in New Jersey).” MGM owns the Borgata in Atlantic City, as well as properties in several other states.

“A long time coming, today’s announcement is welcome news to the citizens of New Jersey who overwhelming voted for a constitutional amendment to allow sports betting in our state,” U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-N.J.) said in a statement posted on his website. “The billion-dollar sports betting industry should not be limited to a few states, nor should the federal government stand in New Jersey’s way.”


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gentlemen place your BETS
zebrakiller
zebrakiller
whenever it happens nature it will hppen aint nmfw the ac casinos already constructing rooms for sports betting without knowledge of it being legal.

NO MORE scammy books slow paying or robbing you of bitcoins

fugging bit coins are hard to use in sports books need this thing that thing to transfer into bank to get cash.

fuggggggggg you offshores now we bet with good old USA american dollars and get paid right after game is over.


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