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7hNFL Vegas Experts

Experts: Best bets for Super Bowl 50

Looking to place a wager on Super Bowl 50? Chalk's Vegas experts help sort through nearly 400 prop bets, and give analysis on the side and total.

Jeff Ma's Super Bowl prop bet picks (4:05)
Cousin Sal's prop bets (as tested by Jimmy Kimmel) (3:38)
The Swami's Super Bowl pick (0:29)
Super Bowl prop bets (2:54)
How to bet on the Carolina-Denver (1:27)
SVP's Bad Beats (1:30)
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9dSteve Fainaru, Paula Lavigne and David Purdum

OTL: Leagues strike deals with gambling firms

To varying degrees, the NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL are partnering with oddsmakers, betting prognosticators and data providers that make sports wagering possible in the digital age.

8dDarren Rovell and David Purdum

Report: Payment processor to halt DFS business

Vantiv Entertainment Solutions, a payment processor and major player in the daily fantasy sports business, will reportedly cease its operations in that space as of Saturday.

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2dBen Fawkes

Chalk: Latest futures odds

ESPN Chalk presents the latest futures odds from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook in a variety of sports.

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24dCFB Vegas Experts

Experts: Best early 2016 CFB title value bets

Phil Steele and Will Harris offer up their very early value bets for the 2016 college football title, including the Tennessee Volunteers at 15-1.

16dDavid Purdum

DraftKings will ID experienced users in contests

In a Friday announcement of changes to its contests, DraftKings instituted a ban on offsite scripts and said it will begin to identify and designate experienced players.

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30dSimon van Zuylen-Wood

From the Mag: How the NFL is conquering Washington

From daily fantasy to concussions, the NFL is under political fire. To fight back, Roger Goodell is throwing the league's weight at Washington, with top lobbyist Cynthia Hogan leading the way.


Dave Tuley @ViewFromVegas

Warriors beat Thunder 116-108 on @ESP: ViewFromVegas is it pushed on closing consensus of GS -8 (but GS -7.5 was available as was OKC +8.5)