by Linda Lloyd, Philadelphia Inquirer Montgomery County bookmaker Joseph “Joe Vito” Mastronardo Jr., known as the “gentleman gambler,” died in federal prison Monday in Massachusetts,
by Lester Munson, ESPN Federal prosecutors have laid out an interesting scenario involving millions of dollars that Outside the Lines is reporting came from PGA golfer
by Mike Fish and David Purdum, ESPN RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Nearly $3 million transferred from golfer Phil Mickelson to an intermediary was part of “an illegal
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
by Josh Peter, USA TODAY CARLSBAD, Calif. — Billy Walters wept while talking about his brain-damaged son. He bristled while discussing investigations into his business affairs.