True Gambling Stories #003: Parlays & Paydays – $5 Sports Bet Wins Big
As the debate over sports betting plays out before the U.S. Supreme Court, the third episode of True Gambling Stories focuses on a sports bettor’s dream. After moving to Las Vegas, Boston's Tayla Polia overcame extremely long odds – turning one small bet into a gigantic score. How her win came about is quite a tale.
Guests on this episode also focus on the debate over sports wagering and just what all goes in to placing a bet at a casino. The podcast offers some great insight from Tayla herself as well as sports gambling law expert Daniel Wallach and sports betting "casual degenerate" Sasha Salinger.
Parlays & Paydays – $5 Sports Bet Wins Big Time Stamps
|0:58||A bit of background on Episode #3|
|1:50||Tayla is ready to leave Boston|
|2:30||Tayla's sports background|
|3:00||Tayla & Randy land in Vegas and begin betting|
|4:00||Sports betting is big business|
|4:30||Battle to legalize sports betting|
|6:00||New Jersey takes case to Supreme Court|
|6:15||Daniel Wallach offers legal insight|
|8:00||Sasha Salinger breaks down the ins and outs of sports wagering|
|11:30||Tayla and Randy bet the parlays|
|13:30||She makes her picks, games go her way|
|15:20||Monday Night Football|
|18:00||You're telling me I won?|
|20:00||Other states back New Jersey|
|22:00||The numbers on the parlay|
|23:30||Naturally lucky and one more win|
|24:10||Outro and credits|
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