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Highest Rated Sportsbooks

Bovada

50% Cash

50% Cash

A to A+

Aug 2, 2017

BetOnline

50% FreePlay

50% FreePlay

A to A+

Aug 21, 2015

Bookmaker

25% Cash

25% Cash

A to A+

Feb 28, 2007

50% Cash

A to A+

Aug 31, 2015

5Dimes

50% FreePlay

50% FreePlay

A to A+

Sep 24, 2009

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PA, NJ Sportsbooks Report March Madness Bump

Pennsylvania and New Jersey reported a rise in sports betting during this year’s March Madness. In Pennsylvania, sports betting increased by almost one-third as additional venues opened in time for the college basketball championship. Gamblers bet a record $44.5 million in March, according to statistics released this week by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

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SBR Forum members are invited to join the NBA Playoffs Handicapping Challenge. There is a total prize of 15,000 betpoints which is distributed among the top five participants. First place receives 7,500 betpoints which can be used to redeem merchandise, electronics, and bitcoin from the SBR Store. | More Details

Tiger Woods’ Victory Celebrated By Everyone Except Sportsbooks

Tiger Woods has captured his first majors win in 11 years with his Sunday victory at The Masters. One sports bettor on Tuesday put $85,000 on Tiger to win at William Hill US at 14 to 1 odds and was $1.19 million richer on Sunday afternoon.

Compare The Best Online Sportsbooks

The best sportsbooks list contains the top online betting websites as voted by the SBR community. Unlike sportsbooks that are unable to weather alleged processing storms or stick to their advertised processing times, these sportsbooks have run steady businesses and are able to pay on time.

Tennessee Sports Betting Bill Still Faces Hurdles

After stalling in the state House due to bipartisan issues, a bill to bring sports wagering to Tennessee is advancing - slowly. House Bill 1, supported by Rep. Rick Staples (D-Knoxville) and a similar Senate bill, sponsored by Sen. Steve Dickerson (R-Nashville) passed through the state House committee on a 12-5 vote.