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Why did federal agents shut down survivor pool?

Darren Rovell joins OTL to detail the latest on federal agents shutting down Ron & Mike's Football Pool, one of the largest football survivor pools in the country.

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BAD beats

FAU blunder leads Tuesday's bad beats.

SVP and Stanford Steve announce a possible bad beats bowl as well as some bad beats from championship weekend.

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Can NJ win battle to legalize sports betting?

ESPN's legal analysts Ryan Smith joins OTL to provide an update on New Jersey's argument to have sports betting become legal.

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SCOTUS Hearing

The fight for sports betting heads to Supreme Court.

On December 4, the United States Supreme Court will hear what could be an historic case, Christie v. NCAA, which has the potential to change sports betting in the country.

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Bad beats

Thanksgiving week brings historic bad beats.

SVP and Stanford Steve analyze the week's worst beats including a late four-point play and how a Michigan basketball player "trolled" the betting world.

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Legalized sports gambling would be big for NBA.

The Jump crew reacts to NBA commissioner Adam Silver being supportive of sports gambling becoming legal nationwide.

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Kiffin's tweet


Kezirian: Kiffin's tweet 'unprecedented.'

Doug Kezirian joins SportsCenter to discuss Florida Atlantic head coach Lane Kiffin's tweet about not covering the point spread after conceding a safety.

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WSOP Europe

Two more WSOP gold bracelet winners have been crowned over the last couple of days in the Czech Republic at the World Series of Poker Europe. German Andreas Klatt won the 550 euro pot-limit Omaha event, while Martin Kabrhel became the first Czech player to win a WSOP bracelet on home soil in the 1,100 euro super turbo bounty no-limit hold'em event. As of Friday, Chris Ferguson leads the 2017 WSOP player of the year race after cashing in three of the first four events at WSOPE.

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Mayweather-McGregor generated $65M for Vegas books.

The Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight broke Mayweather-Pacquiao records for betting in Nevada.

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Vegas happy with fight

Vegas makes out well in Mayweather-McGregor fight.

Jay Rood, the VP of race and sportsbooks at MGM Resorts International, says he was glad the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight made it to the 10th round.

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