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It was over-the-top insane," said ...
www.journalstandard.com, 22 Mar 2014 [cached]
It was over-the-top insane," said Ed Salmons of LVH Superbook.
A "comedy show" and "over-the-top insane" ...
www.philly.com, 17 Mar 2014 [cached]
A "comedy show" and "over-the-top insane" was how Ed Salmons, an assistant sports book director at the LVH Superbook, described it.
The arrangement wasn't even the sole issue, as oddsmakers were equally perplexed by the seedings themselves.
Louisville and Michigan weren't named No. 1 seeds, placing as low as No. 4, despite being considered top contenders to win it all.
Even though they are No. 1, Wichita State has been given 15-to-1 odds to win the championship game.
had given the Shockers 10-to-1, but promptly changed his
odds after seeing their placement in the Midwest.
called the selection committee a "bunch of frauds," while another Vegas oddsmaker felt the selection should be turned over to the bookmakers.
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www.vegasvegas.com, 28 Feb 2011 [cached]
Ed Salmons, manager at the LVH SuperBook, explained the reasoning behind this number ...
DRF.com - Sports Betting News
www.drf.com, 2 Sept 2001 [cached]
Ed Salmons , sports book manager at the Imperial Palace , said he would be surprised if any books lost much money on the UNLV game.
It was our third-lowest-bet game on the night , Salmons
said.For bettors here , it's just another game on the board..
The over/under on UNLV's number of wins was set at 6 1/2 with over bettors having to lay -160 ( wager $1.60 to win $1 ) and under bettors getting +130 ( bet $1 to win $1.30 ).The early bettors took the over , betting the line up to -180/+140 before some under money came in closer to the season opener.The prop closed with the over at -150 and the under +120.After UNLV's performance Thursday night , the under might be the right side.
Although winless in the first two ...
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Although winless in the first two races of the 2011 campaign, Ed Salmons, Race and Sports Manager at the Las Vegas Hilton Super Book, has tabbed Johnson as the favorite at 9-2.