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“An exhaustively researched book threatening to overturn some comfortable assumptions about the NBA’s referee scandal…[Gaming the Game] delivers the intrigue you’d expect from a true crime thriller” ESPN.com’s True Hoop
An article posted on June 2, 2020 by the celebrity news/gossip site Nickiswift.com was titled, “The untold truth of Mike Tyson’s wife.” Months prior, another
Disclosures: I was interviewed for the better part of a day as part of the podcast, and some of my work is discussed in Episodes
The issue of “third-party payment processors” has been paramount for federal authorities when it comes to offshore sportsbooks with U.S. clients. As Gaming the Game
NBA betting scandal co-conspirator admits he and referee Tim Donaghy have been lying for the past decade
Anyone who has remotely followed my work on the 2003-07 NBA betting scandal knows I have exposed the many demonstrably false claims made by co-conspirators
From Realtor.com: The sports bettor Billy Walters is hoping that his luck will turn around with his real estate. He’s placed his massive mansion in Carlsbad, CA, on the
In addition to my commentary and analysis presented in Episodes 2 and 3 of the Whistleblower podcast, a stand-alone bonus segment (“Head Fakes”) is posted
I appeared on Gill Alexander’s “A Numbers Game” show on VSIN to discuss the revelations made in the current Whistleblower podcast, namely that co-conspirator Tommy
Betting USA Fireside Chat: Responsible Gaming In The Age Of Barstool Sports BySteve RuddockUpdatedSeptember 15, 2020 A conversation on the impact of Barstool Sport’s entry
Legal Sports Report – ANALYSIS: WHAT A BAD NBA LINE SHOWS ABOUT BALANCE OF POWER IN US SPORTS BETTING
The regulated versus offshore bookmaking debate reignited last week thanks to a bad NBA line from BetCris that was copied around the world. The market-setting offshore book opened the Toronto