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  1. #1 Sports betting legalized... thoughts? 
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    What are everyones thoughts on the legalization of sports betting? Where do you think the industry is going with this? Whats the next step?
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    Long over due !!!
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    This is a great thing for most involved. It will create jobs and push the books to be more competitive.
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    It is better to be legalized and regulated
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    Delaware took its first bet today...things moving fast
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    Yeah, now we dont have to deal with Sportsbooks who talk like they are badasses in chat...
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    Won't need to worry about your sportsbook going belly-up and losing your entire account.
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    Quote Originally Posted by braindead View Post
    Won't need to worry about your sportsbook going belly-up and losing your entire account.
    Screw that offshore shit where my money seems to be in limbo, and since they have your money first (credit card info. license, etc.), they have you by the balls. Screw the bookies, as well, as I'd rather options and also be able to shop around for the best line or money line parlays; better options.

    I'd rather take my money to any casino in the US and if I win, collect whenever I want without lame transfer fees or go through something like Draftkings (when it is up and running with regards to this new market).

    I believe New Jersey took its first legal bet on June 14th.

    About damn time!!!
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    Oregon now working opn mobile app for wagering...
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