Some brilliant guy in Orlando, Flordia just opened the Baywash Bikini Carwash...
If you don't hear from me, I'm on the way to ORLANDO!!!
Follow up to the story about a sportsbook out here in Vegas shorting bettors on their winning tickets. CG Technology, formerly, Cantor Gaming, a sportsbook manager at seven Las Vegas casinos, could be fined as much as $1.5 million and required to establish an escrow account to pay bettors who were shorted in the calculation of player winnings under a stipulation agreed to by the state Gaming Control Board and the company. Also, CG Technology President and CEO Lee Amaitis was forced to resign, effective Aug. 31, under terms of the settlement, which is still awaiting approval of the Nevada Gaming Commission. Nice to know that the NGC is looking out for my fellow bettors.
Action on the bases tonight, and we'll try the Marlins with Adam Conley over the Mets. Conley's 6-5 record is not gonna send anyone running to the betting window, but maybe his recent work down in South Florida is. Conley's last four starts in Miami have been very tasty. He's allowed only 3 earned runs over the last 25 innings for a miniscule 1.08 ERA. New York's starter, Logan Verrett, has not won a game since April. Did I say APRIL??? Oh YEA! Gotta get half a Benjamin on the Marlins.