Vegas Won’t Refund on Dustin Johnson Masters Bets: BetOnline Will

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Apr/06/2017

Dustin Johnson is out of the 2017 Masters due to a back injury following a tumble down an Augusta staircase Wednesday evening.

BetOnline

Johnson entered this tournament as a favorite to win the major tournament.  As such he was likely the most wagered on of this year’s competitors.

His withdrawal isn’t grounds for casinos to legally be forced to refund money to bettors.  And this is the case for online sportsbooks as well. 

Dave Mason of BetOnline, however, advised Thursday that his online sportsbook will be refunding all bets on Johnson.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

Sports News

Moving on From USA's Failed World Cup Qualifier: What are Its Betting Effects?

Moving on From USA's Failed World Cup Qualifier: What are Its Betting Effects?

The USA failing to make it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup is surely one of the biggest upsets in the sporting world.

Live Betting on the 2017 League of Legends World Championship

Live Betting on the 2017 League of Legends World Championship

Bookmaker was one of the few online gambling sites offering LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on the 2017 League of Legends World Championship.

eSports Markets Still Limited at Online Betting Firms

eSports Markets Still Limited at Online Betting Firms

Wagering companies like Bookmaker.eu recently hired a handful of experts to boost their eSports market offerings, but eSports Insider would like to see more across the board.

Bookie Tips: NHL Bettors Will Clear Online Bookies' Banks With These 3 Picks

Bookie Tips: NHL Bettors Will Clear Online Bookies' Banks With These 3 Picks

The NHL Seasons is here. Bookies can make a lot of money during the NHL Season. The NHL is much tougher to handicap for many players than the NFL or NBA.

Odds to Win the 2017 CIMB Classic, Italian Open

Odds to Win the 2017 CIMB Classic, Italian Open

Justin Thomas was listed as the favorite to win the CIMB Classic at 4/1 odds, followed by Hideki Matsuyama at 8/1 and Paul Casey at 9/1.

Syndicate