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Wynn Las Vegas Sports Book Super Odds Maker, John Avello, Talks Odds for Super Bowl 50; Gives Insight into Future of Fantasy Sports in Vegas, More
We are still a few days away from Super Bowl 50, matching up the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, but the action is already in full gear in Las Vegas. So far, at the Wynn sportsbook in Las Vegas there have been gamblers putting down six figure bets on the game.
The Super Bowl is one of the most bet on sporting events during the calendar year. To break down many of the gambling aspects for the big game Sunday, we welcome back Wynn Las Vegas sportsbook manager and CYInterview regular John Avello. He also fills us in on the future of daily fantasy sports in Nevada and tells us the Wynn Mobile App is only a few weeks away from launching.
The State of Luxury Goods: Social Mayor of Miami, TV Star/Entrepreneur/Philanthropist/Novelist Lea Black and Luxury Goods Aficionado/YouTube Bad Boy as Archie Luxury Paul Pluta Give Us the Straight Skinny
Most people, it seems, like luxury goods. Perhaps it is because of their quality, aesthetics and durability. Or, maybe, it is because luxury goods serve as status symbols.
Writers comparing winter to death. How trite. Please, do summon some observational might. Winter is pre-birth, in all its cold mirth. Of course, there are those caught up
Deviled eggs are heavenly. Some heavenly food is devilish; just check your belly and thighs. Ah, life is filled with duality. Let’s let out a collective sigh. What
Donald Lemperle: Chef Goes Plant Based to Confront Cancer; Opens Vegan VegeNation Restaurant in Las Vegas, More
A visit to the doctor’s office changed Donald Lemperle’s life. With over 30 years as a chef and now restaurant owner, he has cooked in some of the
Yeah New York streets, dark beat And in a club you sit, daydreaming of a second chance that you’re not working for But the music, the music blasts Hop in Riveting Streaming fast
I wandered in my mind, letting out a cry, trying to find out a compelling reason why. Maybe my brain had gone gooey. I was without power to
Washington State Head Football Coach Mike Leach on the Cougar’s Season, the Upcoming Sun Bowl, the Possibility of Authoring Another Book, His Take on Some Recent Movies and the U.S.’s Political Lay of the Land
One of the best stories in college football this year is that Washington State head football coach, NY Times bestselling author and CYInterview regular Mike Leach took his
It sounds simple and it is. Smile. Smiling is an incredible key to success in just about anything you choose to do. For some of us smiling comes
At Christmas time my mind invariably turns to springerles. Those pale, rectangular cookies-- redolent with anise and embossed with charming floral and animal designs--never failed to grace the