by David Wharton, Los Angeles Times Nothing about the man in the dark suit suggested he felt uncomfortable or out of place. As a
by David Purdum, ESPN Crime syndicates are attacking the soul of international sports with relentless and brazen attempts at match-fixing and betting fraud, thriving
Sean Gregory interviewed me about sports gambling legalization (especially re various concerns) for his article in TIME Magazine, “The Case for Sports Gambling in America”
by Will Hobson, The Washington Post On a June morning in 1991, the most powerful men in American sports gathered to petition a Senate
By Jeremy Roebuck, The Philadelphia Inquirer In his prime, vice cops affectionately dubbed him “the gentleman gambler of Montgomery County.” Mayor Frank L. Rizzo called him
A Life On The Line: For four decades, other gamblers have tried to be Billy Walters while investigators have tried to bring him down. And for four decades, the world’s most successful sports bettor has outrun them all.
by Mike Fish, ESPN ON A MID-SEPTEMBER night, Ezekiel Rubalcada swaggers through the doors of Las Vegas’ M Resort Spa Casino. He moves to the half-moon-shaped bar