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    Tentative agreement in West Virginia would give WVU and Marshall a cut of sports bett


    • West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says sports leagues, casinos have reached tentative deal on sports betting integrity fees:


      • David Payne Purdum
        Source: Tentative agreement in West Virginia would give WVU and Marshall a cut of sports betting. Would be first two NCAA programs with such an arrangement.


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    • Mechanism for how fees would got to universities from West Virginia sports betting could be via an increase in funds from the general budget to help defray costs associated with enforcement issues .
    • David Payne Purdum
      More details on tentative agreement between sports leagues and West Virginia gaming operators announced by Gov. Jim Justice. There is some disconnect.

      David Payne Purdum added,Brad McElhinny @BradMcElhinny
      Just got off the phone with John Cavacini, president of the West Virginia Gaming and Racing Association. "I was shocked. I was shocked," he said of the governor's description of a tentative agreement.
    • David Payne Purdum
      The mechanism for how the fees from West Virginia sports betting would go to the leagues, colleges and/or conferences is still being worked out. Discussions were at least centered on a .25 percent cut of handle.
    • David Payne Purdum
      Source: Tentative agreement in West Virginia would give WVU and Marshall a cut of sports betting. Would be first two NCAA programs with such an arrangement.
    • David Payne Purdum
      West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says sports leagues, casinos have reached tentative deal on sports betting integrity fees:
    • David Payne Purdum
      West Virginia Gov. says tentative agreement reached between sports leagues and gaming industry on sports betting; Casinos says governor jumped the gun:

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    Itll be interesting if it's a 'cut of the bet' or 'cut of the profits' because option A isby going to work and option B isn't going to amount to much money

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    "Tentative Agreement"

    C'mon now, Gubner!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by KVB View Post
    "Tentative Agreement"

    C'mon now, Gubner!!!!

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    Just got off the phone with John Cavacini, president of the West Virginia Gaming and Racing Association. "I was shocked. I was shocked," he said of the governor's description of a tentative agreement.
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    legal sports betting will be a disaster in usa

    Offshore laughing and you even get bigger

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    NCAA could sue to stop this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowball View Post
    NCAA could sue to stop this.
    The books could just not offer action on NCAA games and then the NCAA would lack standing since they aren't being harmed with none of their games being bet on. I'm also guessing the leagues would lay the smack down on the NCAA behind the scenes if they tried to interfere.

    As to the post, what I read on Twitter, there seemed to be more of a compromise where the books would buy the stats and game data from the leagues directly to use for making lines and grading bets rather than give the leagues a cut of the actual bets.

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    The "integrity fee" the leagues are demanding will be passed on the bettors. No way casinos losing any edge on the juice. No -110 in WV. Guessing -115 to -120 will be the standard which will keep real bettors away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    legal sports betting will be a disaster in usa

    Offshore laughing and you even get bigger
    Yep. This is why leaving it up to individual states will be a complete disaster; they have no idea what they're doing and they'll screw it up before they take their first wager. We now have Exhibit A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    legal sports betting will be a disaster in usa

    Offshore laughing and you even get bigger
    Why do you believe this, Mr. JJ?
    Explain please?
    My opinion: The hottest betting ticket in town, well, more like, scorching-hot, many year's ago--were football-cards, circulating throughout[almost] every city in the USA, which came out on Tuesdays, and this was usually 4 and 5 days before kickoff.
    Those were the yummy-yummy days for studious gambler's. G'rrrr.

    * Could it work today? Good question.

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    Offshore is too powerful

    too well run

    MULTIPLE PLATFORM OPTIONS

    SOFTWARE UNREAL

    lines too good

    unlimited sports

    unlimited early lines

    bonuses

    low juice

    offshore is going to be the wild west again if many usa states pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grits n' Gravy View Post
    The "integrity fee" the leagues are demanding will be passed on the bettors. No way casinos losing any edge on the juice. No -110 in WV. Guessing -115 to -120 will be the standard which will keep real bettors away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    legal sports betting will be a disaster in usa

    Offshore laughing and you even get bigger


    No question.

    Integrity fee, what a joke. The NBA has said this up front, they've championed this so call fee, the league that can hardly police itself. Give me a break.
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    Still better than getting 3 “security emails”, 2 phone calls & waiting 5 days for a process that should take minutes.

    Let’s see how it plays out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpapageorgio View Post
    The books could just not offer action on NCAA games and then the NCAA would lack standing since they aren't being harmed with none of their games being bet on. I'm also guessing the leagues would lay the smack down on the NCAA behind the scenes if they tried to interfere.
    NCAA is a collegiate association. They can throw out any school or state or city
    that defies their bylaws. You might get tournament pools from them before you get
    game bets. West Virginia has no right to let people gamble on NCAA games, unless
    they want WVU thrown out of the NCAA, costing a fortune.
    And you will get a truncated form of wagering on certain pro leagues but not all.
    For example you might have NBA betting of some sort but not NHL. NFL probably limited also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowball View Post
    NCAA is a collegiate association. They can throw out any school or state or city
    that defies their bylaws. You might get tournament pools from them before you get
    game bets. West Virginia has no right to let people gamble on NCAA games, unless
    they want WVU thrown out of the NCAA, costing a fortune.
    And you will get a truncated form of wagering on certain pro leagues but not all.
    For example you might have NBA betting of some sort but not NHL. NFL probably limited also.
    And as I said, where would they have standing to throw out a school if they allow betting on professional sports, but not collegiate? UNLV and Nevada are still allowed to participate even though it's the only state with single action betting.

    We're also assuming PASPA is not struck down, SCOTUS still has not ruled yet so we're putting the cart before the horse. NJ has also threatened to pull the nuclear option and just completely repeal the ban and just let sports betting go unregulated in NJ to force Feds to do something if necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpapageorgio View Post
    And as I said, where would they have standing to throw out a school if they allow betting on professional sports, but not collegiate? UNLV and Nevada are still allowed to participate even though it's the only state with single action betting.

    We're also assuming PASPA is not struck down, SCOTUS still has not ruled yet so we're putting the cart before the horse. NJ has also threatened to pull the nuclear option and just completely repeal the ban and just let sports betting go unregulated in NJ to force Feds to do something if necessary.
    Cannot see how PASPA is struck down......2 new casinos opening up in Atlantic City (Hard Rock & The Ocean Club) I doubt this is a convenience as the city has been dead for years....The owners of The Ocean Club have sunk millions into this property and I'm told that the Sports Book is already in place

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    Quote Originally Posted by USCPHILLYGUY View Post
    Cannot see how PASPA is struck down......2 new casinos opening up in Atlantic City (Hard Rock & The Ocean Club) I doubt this is a convenience as the city has been dead for years....The owners of The Ocean Club have sunk millions into this property and I'm told that the Sports Book is already in place
    I think SCOTUS is going to strike it down, but with all of the activity in NJ also tells me NJ will also use the nuclear option if SCOTUS somehow affirms PASPA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Offshore is too powerful

    too well run

    MULTIPLE PLATFORM OPTIONS

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    lines too good

    unlimited sports

    unlimited early lines

    bonuses

    low juice

    offshore is going to be the wild west again if many usa states pass
    Looking forward to you shilling for another sponsored book that rips off sbr posters baldy.

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