bet on sports in the US

Online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada already have the US as a clear favorite. When it comes to picking a team, Steve Stricker has an easier job than Padraig Harrington. After all, he gets to draw on the likes of Collin Morikawa who cruised to a second career major at The Open. Meanwhile Padraig has to shuffle the pack as some of the famous faces, yes Rory we do mean you, look adrift. Indeed you may find the US is the only sensible bet on the Ryder Cup this year. ... read more

You probably couldn’t make it up. Facing a recall election, on the 14th of September, you’d think Gavin Newsom would be focused. Keeping his eye on the ball. Not letting the California recall election odds go to his head. Instead this week a court had to decide if he is a democrat or not. Or, at least, if he can state he’s one on the ballot. Turns out, he can’t. Classic. So whilst online betting sites in the US like Bovada still give Newsom short prices, the Democrats just lost the election. ... read more

You’d think after four years of Donald Trump as President appearing competent and sensible was simple. Still, as the US politics odds offered by online betting sites in the US like Bovada demonstrate, the Democrats are making heavy weather of it. The bookies now seem to believe the Republicans could emerge with majorities in both House and Senate. Obviously that’s bad news for Democrats, however it’s probably worse news for the nation as it’s political malaise extends. ... read more

If you bet on US politics calming down with the exit of Donald Trump, you were always on a loser. They’re finding it dashed difficult to put the genie back in the bottle. The former president exerts a strange influence on Republicans even now. So, you’d think that would make the odds on Joe Biden and the Democrats quite safe. Sure, online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada offer their shortest odds on Kamala Harris, but then she hasn’t threatened to nuke Americans. ... read more

Resorts World opening up their new Las Vegas property now is one of two things. It’s either a savvy and profitable business move….or a desperate disaster they ought to have seen coming. Time will tell. Some might argue that Las Vegas gambling resorts are already too numerous. It is no longer one of few options. Casinos are commonplace in the US now. Plus of course one can so easily gamble at home with online betting sites in the US like Bovada. So why take the risk? ... read more

The odds on US politics make for strange reading. Celebrities are running in elections here, there and everywhere. Democrats are still chasing their tails and looking for January 6th justice. All whilst the Republicans pervert democracy in pursuit of victory whatever the cost to the country. Anyone in the US gambling laws of common decency will keep democracy alive and well in the good ole’ US of A needs to think again. It was never very much of a democracy in the first place. ... read more

He’ll only have time for a single practice round before the tournament. Some might consider even that a little superfluous. After his stunning performance, cruelly cut short, at the Memorial everyone knows he’s the man to beat. That’s why he gets such amazing odds on the 2021 US Open at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada. But will he find the time away has knocked him off his stride? There are plenty of others who can win it if he can’t manage it. ... read more

Cornwall, the long southerly westward extension of the UK, is quite picturesque. It has dramatic coastlines backed by beautiful countryside. A lovely place for the G7 Summit at which America began to emerge, diplomatically, from under the shadow of its former President. Luckily, you can bet on Joe Biden continuing to provide a stark contrast as the US returns to the grown-ups table. So why do online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada still give him 3/1 to quit the White House this year? ... read more

Well they are gamblers, so perhaps they just bet no one would notice. A rather foolish wager, in this day and age. Someone always notices, because injustice tends to stick out. So just like other award shows before it, the Global Gaming Awards finds itself under scrutiny for a lack of diversity. You’d think online betting sites in the US and around the world would see this coming and head it off with reform. But no, they’re quite happy to just voice utter surprise anyone cares. ... read more