October 21, 2006

The future of online sports betting: With the government's new laws against gambling online a new group of sites are growing around the concept of "fantasy wagering"

posted by SDM to general at 06:38 PM - 6 comments

Don't have much to say on the FPP right now, and you don't have an email listed in profile, but your FPPs have been really good lately, SDM. Bravo, dude. Sorry for my sidebar, please carry on with the discussion!

posted by jerseygirl at 07:32 PM on October 21, 2006

Interesting stuff. PicksPal seems kind of cool. Of course, the problem with play gambling is that it can't help but lead to real gambling. Still, perhaps for some people is serves as enough of an alternative to quell their urges.

posted by DudeDykstra at 07:56 PM on October 21, 2006

Very interesting stuff, indeed. I've already signed up and placed a few wagers!

posted by wingnut4life at 08:23 PM on October 21, 2006

thanks jerseygirl, I appreciate it. Although I don't bet real money on sports I started playing around with "fantasy wagering" and it really makes the games more fun. NBX and Wagerline are my favorites, pickspal reminds me of a game for ages 2-12.

posted by SDM at 10:25 PM on October 21, 2006

Hey Dude Dykstra My name is William Dykstra , I live in New Haven CT area. Are we related?

posted by Wrdykstra at 06:53 AM on October 23, 2006

The gambling sites will find a way around the new law, most likely creating their own offshore financing site.Neteller which is based in England is still accepting transactions from US customers.

posted by Lashlarue at 10:35 AM on October 23, 2006

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