Oddsmakers have Diaz vs. McGregor II as a toss-up
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Originally Posted by NunyaBidness. On major sports you can, not MMA. I've needed supervisor approval for 1k bets on MMA. But, its still easy to get money down in vegas. If you bet the limit, they have the opportunity to move the line, but then you can make another limit bet until they decide you're too sharp. And if so, you just go next door and get the same line, or have your friend bet it. Another major advantage to betting in vegas is if they take a bet they HAVE to honor it.
If they release a line flipped and you bet it, they have to pay out no matter what. But yea I always figured if you really wanted to make a run in vegas, limits or not, there are still ways to win large money on mma Walters or any other legit gambler that the casinos know as 'sharp' and have couriers or friends make additional plays for you and hit all the casinos at once!!!
Are you located in vegas??? Is anyone here located out in vegas??? I don't live in vegas but I'm there several times a year. I know a guy who used to be a runner for Billy Walters, went broke betting his own money along with Billy's picks not realizing that Billy plays both sides. I've gotten larger bets than 1k down without approval as well, but it seems random at times. They probably ramp up the limits a bit as fights are going on, but I'm always up in my room betting movements online.
From my limited experience, betting MMA in vegas isn't that great. Bad odds and limited options. What did he get in return for running for Walters? Originally Posted by The Fobfather.