Mayweather-Pacquiao was the draw that is biggest for a busy day in sports gambling.
Activities bettors rarely have days similar to this past Saturday.
Not just was the long-awaited fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao held, getting an unprecedented number of bets for a boxing match, but that fight came by the end of the very busy day in the sports globe.
That made it a day to keep in mind for fans, bettors, and perhaps the majority of all, sportsbooks.
All day long, there were occasions to be bet on. There clearly was playoff hockey early on, as the Capitals to even up their series at one game each.
Later at night, there was the thrilling game seven encounter involving the San Antonio Spurs and also the la Clippers; a big performance by Chris Paul delivered the Clippers about the second round.
And there is a good amount of baseball all day long, including a clash between the Yankees and the Red Sox, a matchup that always yields an abundance of attention.
Kentucky Derby Won by American Pharoah
But there have been two big events that actually drove the action that is betting Saturday. First, there clearly was the Kentucky Derby, the first of the Triple that is annual Crown races.
The race was won by favorite American Pharoah, who finished a length ahead of Firing Line while second choice Dortmund came in third.
Since the three horses that finished in the cash were the 3 top favorites, that meant pl Continue reading “Saturday Sportsbooks Celebrate Solid Results from Busy Betting”