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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by rhoho, Jan 15, 2019.
Reynolds better sign the bill.
It was on this site 2 weeks ago. https://sportsbook.sportsbookreview.com/LiveLines.aspx?lg=385
Keep your eyes open because the early lines get posted on and off through the summer on certain sites. You can catch it sometime im sure. I will let you all know if I see it again
You forget it was at -6 Iowa last year when it opened and got bet down to -3.5 Iowa
It was -6 AT Iowa and that was before we had Purdy
It was @iowa and ISU’s first game to Iowa’s second and no Purdy, I’m actually surprised it didn’t open higher than -6 in that situation.
The line for this year’s game will likely officially open around ISU +3 and probably close ISU +1 or pick em.
She has 30 days from date she rec'd it. News conference yesterday said she is handling like all bills she receives and having her policy staff review before she makes decision.
Gotta believe she'll $ign it. Obviously not a big issue for her since she's never spoken in favor of it in the past (or against for that matter), but state needs the revenue, her own party pushed for this initially (and it became bi-partisan in passage) and overall the majority of the public that cares seems to be in favor.
Looks like it was officially signed a short time ago today
How is this not making bigger waves on this website? This is so awesome, its on like some national news sites...
Anybody know how many states now have sports betting after Iowa jumped in?
I believe I saw a Tweet that said 9.
I work part time Security out at Prairie Meadows and will keep everyone posted on what I'm hearing for when we get the go ahead. I'm looking forward to placing some bets!!!
This isn't such a surefire thing to the casino boys, more than a little apprehension.
It would be better if i didnt have to drive 1.5 hours to a casino.
My understanding is you will have to go to a casino the first time to setup the account but will then be able to bet via your phone as long as you are located in Iowa.
Does anybody know a timeline for casinos to get everything in place?
Plan is to have it ready for football season. All depends on Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission.
And the state of Nebraska decides again that it can't afford to freeze/reduce property taxes and that it still needs to raise the sales tax and other specific taxes. And more cars are seen driving from Omaha to the Council Bluff's casino's...
But Nebraska can claim the morale ground...we don't have gambling...no one can afford to own a house here...but we don't have gambling.