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#101
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You act like it is some giant cash cow. The government, banks, casinos, and racetracks want KYC protocols. And if they wanted people gambling online with credit cards, they'd already offer blackjack, slots, and other games online.

Not going to happen.


There is plenty of cash to be made and plenty of people that will want to make it.

No way these sportsbooks are going to sit back and try to have people come into a location to place bets over the long term. That is fine for Nevada because they have no competition. Online competition is on the way.

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There is plenty of cash to be made and plenty of people that will want to make it.

No way these sportsbooks are going to sit back and try to have people come into a location to place bets over the long term. That is fine for Nevada because they have no competition. Online competition is on the way.


So casinos and racetracks don't want people to come into their properties? LOL. It's set up like that in Nevada for a reason. And not because DraftKings makes the rules.

No. Competition is not on the way any time soon. You need to be licensed to be competition. Everyone knows that but you apparently.

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So casinos and racetracks don't want people to come into their properties? LOL. It's set up like that in Nevada for a reason. And not because DraftKings makes the rules.

No. Competition is not on the way any time soon. You need to be licensed to be competition. Everyone knows that but you apparently.


There will be plenty of money available to obtain a license. You just go to Wall Street and tell them your plans and they throw money at you.

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There will be plenty of money available to obtain a license. You just go to Wall Street and tell them your plans and they throw money at you.


Yeah. It's that simple. You should try it some time. They just throw money at you.

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There will be plenty of money available to obtain a license. You just go to Wall Street and tell them your plans and they throw money at you.

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You guys are in for some big surprises.

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Clearly.

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You act like it is some giant cash cow. The government, banks, casinos, and racetracks want KYC protocols. And if they wanted people gambling online with credit cards, they'd already offer blackjack, slots, and other games online.

Not going to happen.

 

new jersey already does this, has been for the last 5 years



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There will be plenty of money available to obtain a license. You just go to Wall Street and tell them your plans and they throw money at you.


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Come on, pal.

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:laugh

Come on, pal.

Is ACH JJgold?


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JJGold is in a panic and pumping offshore right now.

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:laugh

Come on, pal.


How are we coming on DraftKings 5000? We can't afford another year like last year.

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I’ve known and dealt with plenty of professional gamblers and wise guys. Many of them are from the Jersey/Philly/NYC area as well, and most of them have always said the same thing. Even if sports wagering was available in their home towns they ain’t leaving Vegas. They all love the weather and the atmosphere and have no desire to go back East and live in that environment.

That being said it would be much different if legalization came to California, literally every gambler I’ve ever talked to fantasizes about retiring to San Diego.

None of it would affect Vegas in the long run. No one comes here to just bet sports that makes a difference.

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I’ve known and dealt with plenty of professional gamblers and wise guys. Many of them are from the Jersey/Philly/NYC area as well, and most of them have always said the same thing. Even if sports wagering was available in their home towns they ain’t leaving Vegas. They all love the weather and the atmosphere and have no desire to go back East and live in that environment.

That being said it would be much different if legalization came to California, literally every gambler I’ve ever talked to fantasizes about retiring to San Diego.

None of it would affect Vegas in the long run. No one comes here to just bet sports that makes a difference.


every state will eventually jump on the bandwagon

no it won’t destroy las vegas but the re-invigoration of atlantic city and other destinations will hurt somewhat

if i can bet sports on biloxi beach with the same line choices then i’m going there instead of vegas... not much chance of that happening

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if i can bet sports on biloxi beach with the same line choices then i’m going there instead of vegas... not much chance of that happening

Mostly true...…...and correct.

 

MS. does have state taxes though, NV. doesn't...…….small plus for NV. over MS.

 

How long before MS. has more than even THREE OUTS available???...……….probably quite sometime.


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Gambling in most states will be pretty bad so I would agree that not much will change for the most part. Many states will be like Delaware and offer you nothing but pro and you will get Will Hill type lines.

But certain states like New York and New Jersey will have the potential to change everything. California wants to allow gambling but they have apparently given all the rights to Indians so they have to figure out how to get it away from them.

Some states are going to do things well and make money and others are going to be really bad and they will be disappointed.

States that do not offer online gambling will begin to offer it and then taxes and such will be very similar across the board.

The more states that offer gambling, the more it will put pressure on states that do not offer it and the more pressure it will put on states that offer a bad product to improve.

Eventually, it will be pointless to try to defy the demand and every state will offer it or the Congress will just make it possible to bet across state line online to satisfy casino and league interests.




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