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1/ Per @CircaSports @MMpact on today’s #WildCardWeekend: “4/1 ticket count so far in favor of Saints. Money more evenly split. Late game, all the money and tickets are on Seattle.We followed the line down to pk without much eagles action though.” @Covers
— Patrick Everson (@Covers_Vegas) January 5, 2020
ViewFromVegas of #NFC Divisional Playoffs: 49ers open as 7-point home favorites vs. Vikings @SuperBookUSA, @CircaSports, @CaesarsPalace & @stationcasinos; Over/Under split between 45.5/46; Packers host Seahawks-Eagles winner next Sunday @VSiNLive
— Dave Tuley (@ViewFromVegas) January 5, 2020
— VSiN (@VSiNLive) January 4, 2020
Congrats to the 2nd & 3rd place winners of #CircaSportsMillion 🏈
Now that’s how you make history 🏆 pic.twitter.com/u222JDYKXN
— Golden Gate Hotel & Casino (@GoldenGateVegas) January 4, 2020
Per @CircaSports @MMpact on BUF-HOU: "Action on game is slow. It doesn't seem like people care about this one." Meanwhile, on TEN-NE: "Solid two-way on late game. Slightly more Titans bets coming in." @Covers
— Patrick Everson (@Covers_Vegas) January 4, 2020
Beating The Book: #NFL #MegaPod Wild Card Round w @JoeFortenbaugh "Daily Wager" #ESPN2 "Joe, Lo, & Dibs" @957thegame, @MikePalmCirca @CircaSports, @twishnev "Action" @SHO_Docs: https://t.co/8t3jnsGCyU
— Gill Alexander (@beatingthebook) January 2, 2020
“The long-running SuperContest and the newcomer Circa Million wrapped up Sunday, as the NFL’s regular season came to an end. Covers talked with the newly minted millionaires, whose scores were almost identical in each contest, and spoke with two brothers who came tantalizingly close to a first-place prize.”
“The recently concluded 2019 NFL regular season yielded a couple of new millionaires thanks to the football contests they entered. Eric Jensen took home $1.4 million for winning the Westgate Las Vegas’ Super Contest while Isaac Meier won $1.07 million by capturing the inaugural Circa Sports Million Pro Football Contest.“
Bama missing the Playoff and the Pats missing the divisional round in the same football season. What were those odds in August?
— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) January 5, 2020
173 man-games lost through 42 games.
And yet, somehow, some way, the team continues to thrive.
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) January 6, 2020
Odds of making it to @MLB is .0125 percent. Less than 25,000 people who ever lived on the earth have ever played. I am currently in the top 250 players all time in home runs. Not 2 mention 2 WS rings with @SFGiants. I’m loaded, & retired at 43. I’d say that’s very original. https://t.co/IbQKnD6MCz
— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) January 5, 2020