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10hDavid Purdum

Purdum: Late Alabama TD hurts Vegas

David Purdum gives a recap of the weekend's action from the gambling world's perspective, including how a late Alabama TD run cost sportsbooks dearly and how the Chicago Bears saved Thanksgiving.

1dDave Tuley

Tuley: Week 13 early NFL line moves

ESPN Chalk's Dave Tuley provides his analysis on the early Week 13 NFL line moves, including which teams the wiseguys are on early.

5dDarren Rovell

Companies argue games of skill, not chance

The judge hearing arguments from lawyers for daily fantasy sports companies against the New York attorney general said he would rule soon on the AG's request for a preliminary injunction.

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7dJason Sobel

Don't bet on it: Tour bans pros from daily fantasy

As part of a newly instituted policy that was communicated to its membership weeks ago, the PGA Tour is prohibiting players from competing in golf-related daily fantasy sports contests.

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10dDavid Purdum

DraftKings: AG can't 'unilaterally change law'

DraftKings lawyer David Boies says the skill involved in daily fantasy sports proves that contestants can influence the game and therefore it is not gambling under New York law.

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DraftKings CEO disputes FSTA meeting minutes

DraftKings CEO Jason Robins vehemently denied to ESPN that he ever said his company violated federal guidelines. Minutes of a trade association call say he did make such an admission.

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14dDave Tuley

Tuley: Steelers in top 5 in Vegas Rankings

Which team is the NFL's best in Las Vegas' eyes? Dave Tuley and two Vegas handicappers give their power ratings for every NFL team heading into Week 11.

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11dDavid Purdum

Man files suit aimed at DFS, credit companies

New Yorker files class-action suit against DraftKings, FanDuel, Visa, American Express and others saying the state prohibits enforcement of collecting illegal gambling debts.

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13dDavid Purdum

Source: N.Y. AG looking into Yahoo! daily fantasy

Yahoo! is now among the daily fantasy sports companies being investigated by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who has said DFS games violate the state's gambling laws.

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12dDave Tuley

Tuley: PA committee passes iGaming, poker bill

Dave Tuley reports that an online poker bill was passed out of Pennsylvania's House Gaming Oversight Committee on Wednesday. The bill now goes to the full House for a vote.

OTL Exclusive with DraftKings CEO Jason Robins (6:23)
18dDarren Rovell

DraftKings hires high-profile Boies, Schiller

David Boies and Jonathan Schiller, two of the most high-profile lawyers in the world, will take on DraftKings' case and try to sway the New York attorney general.

17dAndrew Lange

Lange: 2015-16 CBB season betting guide

With the 2015-16 college basketball season beginning, Chalk handicapper Andrew Lange previews the season from a bettor's perspective, including bet-on and bet-against teams and title value bets.

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19dDave Tuley

Midseason NFL betting review of all 32 teams

At the NFL season's midway point, Dave Tuley examines what we've learned about every NFL team from a betting perspective and second-half trends to keep an eye on.

OTL roundtable: Daily fantasy sports ban (6:56)
19dDarren Rovell

FanDuel, DraftKings to fight N.Y. AG decision

FanDuel CEO Nigel Eccles said Wednesday that he believes his business is legal and plans to fight to be able to offer his daily fantasy product in New York.

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20dRyan Rodenberg

MLB to monitor real-time betting lines in 2016

Real-time monitoring of betting lines will be used next season in Major League Baseball thanks to a partnership with data and technology firm Sport Integrity Monitor.


Dave Tuley @ViewFromVegas

Ravens' 33-27 win bailed out #vegas books as Browns were bet from PK to -6 by sharps & squares alike (also killed ton of parlays & teasers)