Best Grand National 2020 Ante-Post Odds It seems crazy that bookmakers are offering odds on the Grand National 2020 so far in advance. Even crazier is that they opened the book on them as soon as the 2019 renewal was run. And straight in at the top went Tiger Roll. His ante-post odds of 8/1 are paltry especially as owner Michael O’Leary has stated he may not even return to Aintree in 2020. That clearly hasn’t put the bookies off. With such a long way to go until the 2020 Grand National, is it wise to even consider an ante-post bet? Well, that all depends on how confident you are that the horse you back will actually run.
Online Betting in USA The most frequent question we get from Americans is: Is it legal to bet online in the United States? It’s a hard question to answer. Here’s why. There are laws that make sports betting illegal in most states. Old laws that are heavy handed enough that they kept states like New Jersey – who happens to offer legal online gambling – from being able to offer sports betting.
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Sections Advertisement 5 best picks of the 2020 NFL Draft Share this article The 2020 NFL Draft is over, but its time to look back at some of the best selections from over the weekend. Not surprisingly, the Raiders show up on this list a few times as they crushed the second and third day of the NFL Draft. So without further ado, here are the five best picks from this year’s draft. 1. WR CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys The Cowboys weren’t searching for a wide receiver early in the 2020 draft, but arguably the best receiver fell to them at pick No. 17 and the value was too good to pass up. Lamb is a perfect fit in the Cowboys’ offense as he can play outside and in the slot.