|Tuesday Oct 12, 2021|
Don't underestimate the ingenuity of sports bettors. Gamblers in New York City bike, walk, jog and ride electric scooters across the George Washington Bridge to bet legally when their phones recognize they are in New Jersey. It costs New York millions in lost revenue from sports betting. “It gives me agita,” Joseph P. Addabbo Jr., chairman of the New York State committee on gaming, told the New York Times. New York has legalized sports betting but it's on hold while the state considers bids from companies to run wagering in the Empire State.
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