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— Derek Stevens (@DerekJStevens) February 6, 2020
Made a visit to @CircaSports this past weekend to dip into the NIT title pool. Took Purdue at 26, Xavier at 20, Arizona State at 60, NC State at 65, Pitt at 80. Will be fun to follow over rest of year. Hopefully I’ll get lucky!
— Chris Fallica (@chrisfallica) February 10, 2020
SEA @ DC: Opens 40.5, bet to 50, now 48
LA @ HOU: Opens 40.5, bet to 50, now 48
TB @ NY: Opens 40.5, bet to 50, now 49
STL @ DAL: Opens 40.5, bet to 52, now 51
— Todd Fuhrman (@ToddFuhrman) February 7, 2020
be on the lookout for college basketball games marked "counter limits" in the @CircaSports app. these are marquee matchups where anyone is able to bet at least 3k/1k/2k (side/total/ml) on the app. good luck today.
— Matthew Metcalf (@MMpact) February 8, 2020
— the D Casino Hotel (@theDlasvegas) February 7, 2020
#exclusive – Circa Sports, Century Casinos agree to sports betting deal for Colorado. –@howardstutz, CDC Gaming Reports. https://t.co/o5YIOtpENB @CircaSports @CenturyCasinoCC @DerekJStevens #CDCgaming
— CDC Gaming Reports (@CDCNewswire) February 6, 2020
— Howard Stutz (@howardstutz) February 6, 2020
“‘We are excited to be at the forefront of sports betting in Colorado with our partners at Century Casinos,’ said Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa Sports. ‘Colorado has proven to be an ideal place to mark the official expansion of Circa Sports outside of Nevada with its pro-growth regulatory environment. Furthermore, the Colorado Division of Gaming has done an excellent job to ensure a seamless application and launch process,’ Stevens concluded.“
“Century Casinos Incorporated last week announced that it has inked a lucrative sports betting deal with Circa Sports Colorado LLC. The latter is now Century Casinos’ official sports betting partner. The two companies are looking into gaining access to the nascent sports betting sector in Colorado. Already, each of them has submitted applications with Colorado’s gaming regulator who they hope will approve their licenses by May 1 – they intend to launch the Circa Sports mobile sportsbook around this time.“
“Las Vegas sportsbook survives over money on XFL totals. Circa Sports watched bettors drive the totals on Week 1 games for the new football league up from 40½ to 51 or higher, but the results worked out for the book. … ‘We just kept taking more over money.’ The totals all eventually closed at 51 or higher.“
“One of the Vipers and Dragons will get their first win in Seattle in Week 2, as Marc Trestman tries to right the ship after an awful Week 1 loss to New York. The Vipers are still favored on the road, according to Circa Sports in Las Vegas, as most pundits believed they would be in the upper half of the league while the Dragons would be trailing. However, as we saw in Week 1, favorites don’t mean a whole lot in this fledgling league.“
“The most line movement in Week 1 occurred in the totals. The first sportsbook to market on the totals was Circa Sports in Las Vegas. It hung 40¹/₂ on each of the four games, and all were bet up substantially to closing numbers in the low 50s.“
I’m waiting in a jury room so I feel the need to rule: I’d say Pete should at least be allowed to appear on the Hall of Fame ballot. Also, I’d vote for him. Yes, he bet on baseball. Yes, he lied about it. Fir a long time. But he’s a Hall of Fame player.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 5, 2020
Betting on these @XFL2020 games might be my favorite thing I’ve ever bet
“New rules, that we’ve never seen before? No problem, i like that name better.. 3pt extra points possible? Well i guess i have to hammer all the overs.”
Good luck to all of us betting completely blind.
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) February 8, 2020