We’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback lately on our Tuesday editions of BangTheBook Radio. Hopefully you enjoy this one as well. Host Adam Burke spent the full show with Brian Blessing of Sportsbook Radio and Vegas Hockey Hotline talking NHL, golf, and NASCAR to shed some light on some sports betting markets that don’t typically get a lot of run.
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Host Adam Burke and true professional Brian Blessing regaled our listeners with tales, betting tips, and all sorts of fun on this edition of BangTheBook Radio. The guys started in the NHL with some thoughts on the recent trade transactions and about how crazy things will get this weekend in advance of the Trade Deadline. They also looked at Tuesday night’s card for some bets.
We’ve got two golf events this week, as there is a WGC event in Mexico and an alternate event in Puerto Rico. The guys hit on both of those, with a primary focus on Mexico with a $10.5 million purse and a strong field.
They also looked at this weekend in the NASCAR world with races in Las Vegas for both the Xfinity Series and the Cup Series with the Boyd Gaming 300 and the Pennzoil 400.
Join us on Wednesday when we chat MLB and NBA with Bryan Leonard of WagerTalk.com and talk XFL and golf with Wes Reynolds of VSIN.
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