Nathan Gamble defeated the 830-player field of the $15K Pot Limit Ohaha Hi-Lo event to win his first ever WSOP bracelet and $223,339 Sunday night.
What we have found here at Gambling911.com is that Ian Poulter is not getting the same type of love at the US facing online sportsbooks that he is getting from those based in Europe.
Remarkably quite a few of the online gambling websites have either not offered British Open betting or done so sporadically leading into the weekend prior to Thursday's start. Much of this has to
Okay let's face it, picking someone to win the 2009 British Open is almost like trying to win the lottery even if your odds are much better. Tiger Woods and Padraig Harrington will be the two mos
Earlier in the week, Gambling911.com featured a story on how Mixed Martial Arts and - more specifically UFC - betting could get hot.
Matt Youmans of the Las Vegas Review Journal spoke to a number of Las Vegas oddsmakers who claimed that, while the UFC continues to gain steam, it is probably less than 1 percent of Nevada's overall sports betting handle.
Las Vegas Hilton sports book director Jay Kornegay called the 1 percent estimate mostly accurate but deceiving.
Sergio Garcia had the second shortest odds of anyone appearing in this week's Open Championship golf tournament after Tiger Woods.
Garnering about 50 percent of the 2009 British Open betting action over the next few days will be none other than "favorite by default" Tiger Woods. It doesn't matter how well he's play
When Padraig Harrington won the 2007 Open Championship, he started off with very long betting odds while enjoying a massive fan base back home in his native Ireland. He ended up winning. Last y
The British Open ranks as the most bet on event in the United Kingdom. The popular golf tournament begins Thursday July 16.
You would expect that the No. 1-ranked pro golf player would be able to attract the world's best when he hosts a tournament.
Just when you thought Tiger Woods was down and out of the 2009 US Open, think again.
Tiger Woods 2009 US Open odds would pay $500 for every $
With the first round of the 2009 US Open Golf Tournament Suspended after only 3 hours, it appeared a strong likelihood that the event would extend into Monday. For online bookies, that means an e
Gambling911.com has been following US Open Golf odds all week long. While gamblers will be able to place their future bets after the tournament has begun, wagering will only be available during t
While most people will be betting on who wins the 2009 US Open, there are plenty of other wagering opportunities in which to choose from.
Gambling911.com has compiled a list of US Open betting available below from BetUS.com. It's one of the most comprehensive listings out there. Some of these bets will pay out a fortune should they win.
Among the most popular are bets on top player from each continent.
For those of you betting on the 2009 US Open, Gambling911.com presents the following important pointers that hopefully will result in a profit: . Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Jun/17/2009
How are these for some 2009 US Open payout odds?
That is the starting payout for nearly every contender in this week's US Open except for four: Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, Phil Mickelson and Geoff Ogilvy. The later two actually pay out $1200 and $1600, respectively. Furyk would pay just shy of $2000 for every $100 bet.
Tiger Woods US Open odds varied across the board as we inched closer to the start of the event.
We've learned over the years that big long shots in golf tournaments can win and the payouts can be great. When we see 2009 US Open payout odds set
Padraig Harrington has won the last two British Open Championships and, not surprisingly, the Irishman is among the favorites to win the 2009 US Open. His US Open betting odds were listed at +250