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This Week in Sports | 1-29-20 to 2-4-20

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Column: Las Vegas sports books banking on the experience to attract customers by Arash Marzaki of Los Angeles Times

“‘What we’re building is going to be the mecca of sports betting,’ Stevens said. ‘I wanted everyone around the country to know we have a destination sports book.’Circa’s three-story sports book is being called “the largest in the world” and will have a 78-million-pixel high-definition screen as well as a studio for the Vegas Stats and Information Network (VSiN). There will be theater style seating for 1,000 with betting and drink services at your seat.

 

Choose your own numbers in Circa Super Bowl squares pool by Jim Barnes of Las Vegas Review-Journal

You don’t have to worry about drawing bad numbers in Circa Sports’ version of football squares. The sportsbook has opened up odds for each quarter of Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. Bettors can select what they think will be the last digit of each team’s score at the end of each quarter. For example, if the Chiefs lead 17-13 at halftime, then second-quarter bettors win on ’49ers 3, Chiefs 7′ (current odds 16-1).

 

Bettors take shot at unlikely long snapper TD in Super Bowl by Jim Barnes of Las Vegas Review-Journal

If a long snapper scores the first touchdown in the Super Bowl, Circa sportsbook manager Chris Bennett might have to lie down. Circa Sports expanded the menu for the usual ‘player to score the first touchdown’ prop for Sunday’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, listing odds for 90 individual players — just about everyone who could conceivably play.

 

Cool crossover Super Bowl props by Alan Berg of GamingToday

Circa Sports – Robbie Gould Misses Field Goal or Extra Point/Harrison Butker Misses Field Goal or Extra Point: Since you by now know how I feel about kickers, I am gonna back these two YES bets just for fun +165, each. If one happens and not the other I still make a little bit of cash. But mostly I get to root against any kick.

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