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    Saw this on Twitter today..

    Hear longtime Wynn Las Vegas sportsbook manager Johnny Avello will step down. Known outside Las Vegas for handicapping the Oscars race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcburgh View Post
    Saw this on Twitter today..

    Hear longtime Wynn Las Vegas sportsbook manager Johnny Avello will step down. Known outside Las Vegas for handicapping the Oscars race.
    "DraftKings Sportsbook has acquired another sports betting veteran to help oversee its retail operations.

    The company announced today the hiring of Johnny Avello to a director-level position based in Las Vegas. Widely respected among clients and colleagues alike, Avello is the former executive director for the Wynn sportsbook."

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    http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/2...ch-development

    Guy may be a tool but he definitely has some analytical skills. Wonder how this will work out for the Mavs. Interesting move by Cuban.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyes View Post
    http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/2...ch-development

    Guy may be a tool but he definitely has some analytical skills. Wonder how this will work out for the Mavs. Interesting move by Cuban.
    remember jafar's second half nba totals? whether they were real or not, i decided to go big and man was that amazing. worst thing RAS ever did was stop him from posting ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StJoes0610 View Post
    remember jafar's second half nba totals? whether they were real or not, i decided to go big and man was that amazing. worst thing RAS ever did was stop him from posting ha.
    Jake was definitely a crook among other things but he also had access to some damn good plays. It was great while it lasted.

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    Was Craig Kimbrel 'doctoring' up the baseball last night? Check out the pine tar on his pitching hand.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mlb...ave/ar-BBOcKz0

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    Don't bet NFL sides, but watch for prop plays. IMO the following qbs are not the answer:

    Baker Mayfield too short to beat prepared NFL defenses. Yeah, I know but Brees(arm) RWilson(agility).

    DeShaun Watson not the same guy following injury/injuries. Forget about converting him to a pocket-passer. Someone mentioned an RG3 comparison.

    Dallas coach JGarrett is your proverbial 'yes man'. This explains his questionable longevity as head coach.

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    https://www.reviewjournal.com/sports...on-nfl-sunday/

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    https://www.reviewjournal.com/sports/sports-columns/todd-dewey/william-hill-bettor-loses-200k-in-wagers-on-bears-on-nfl-sunday/

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyes View Post
    Jake was definitely a crook among other things but he also had access to some damn good plays. It was great while it lasted.
    Yes he ran well for a while until he got some people to pay a hefty fee for a half time service and then totally shit the bed and was gone.
    I donít doubt he may have had some solid information. But thereís always hook at the end of a line when fishing if you intend to catch something anything. What RAS did was just business and the right thing to do. If you canít see that I donít have anything else to say.

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