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World Cup Sports Betting
World Cup Sports Betting

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AIR DATE: July 14, 2010

Las Vegas is the only place in the county where you can put a bet down on your favorite World Cup team. So how have the valley's sports books accommodated soccer bettors? And did the average sportsbook patron even know how to bet on soccer? We talk with the directors of two Las Vegas sportsbooks about betting on the World Cup.

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Jay Kornegay, VP of Race and Sports Operations, Las Vegas Hilton
Jason McCormick, Dir of Race and Sports Operations, Station Casinos
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