On one hand, both sports betting operators and potential customers have expressed their satisfaction with the highest national court’s ruling.On the other hand, a number of treatment organizations and anti-gambling campaigners have warned that the US gambling market has changed for good, but not for the players’ sake.
Monday, May 14, 2018 will forever be known as one of the most important days in US sports betting history.In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court pulled the plug on the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PASPA).
Legislators in Connecticut are hastily preparing to permit sports betting in the state as they are expecting the Supreme Court to rule in favour of legalization.House Democratic leaders are looking to come with legislation that legalizes, regulates and taxes sports betting.
The US Supreme Court denied review of the legal dispute between the tribe and Massachusetts this past Monday.The state and the town of Aquinnah have been opposing the tribe’s plan for the construction of the bingo hall for several years.
By filing with the Supreme Court, opponents of the project hoped to overturn a First Circuit Court of Appeals ruling from last summer.The Supreme Court traditionally approves for review a very small portion of the average of 9,000 cases it receives.
But when the US Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of Christie v.the NCAA in 2017, it changed the calculus of how people were viewing the prospects for future legal sports betting throughout the United States.
The US Supreme Court rejected earlier this week a case filed by Cheung Yin Sun against Foxwoods Resort Casino.Both cases involved the use of edge-sorting by the two players during baccarat playing sessions at the above-mentioned two gambling venues.