Professional Handicappers League penis (ProCappers.com) Bryan Leonard is the type of gambler who puts his money where his mouth is.
Leonard was one of 16 individuals who were invited to engage in Leroy’s inaugural Money Talks competition at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, one of esports games Leroy’s significantly more than 60 sports stores during Nevada.
Money Talks contestants had to cover to play$2,500 each. Leroy’s added additional $10,000 for a entire jack pot of $50,000.
Leonard went 43 and had a plus $700 bank-roll to overcome veteran sports gambler Chicago Pete Ventrella, that had been 2 4 (with Monday night’s Seattle-Philadelphia game impending ) and $1,060 in the hole.
As a finalist, Leonard is ensured of collecting at least second prize, which will insure most of those entrance fees and some.
Anyone who knows Leonard, though, knows it’s the title he wants most.
He won the Sunset Station All Star Handicappers Contest.
Weekly the 2 showcased contestants make seven selections, college and/or pro, against Leroy’s Friday night .
Money Talks plays are graded from $770 (to win $700) down to $1 10 (to acquire $100).
Leonard won his 700 choice on Tulsa with no 1, while Ventrella lost his on the 49ers and 3.
Both players lost their $600 collections, Leonard on Virginia Tech-Florida State UNDER 46, Ventrella on the Jets plus 10.
Leonard’s $500 choice, USC minus 2-1, won conveniently; Ventrella’s will be on the Seahawks without 4.
Leonard triumphed on UConn plus 1-5 along with his $400 choice and Ventrella additionally clicked along with his, the Giants minus 3.
Rounding the results, Leonard’s other winner was Tulsa ($200). He lost on the Falcons and 3 ($100) and Lions plus 3 ($300).
Ventrella won his 300 bet over the Chiefs plus 1, but lost a $100 play on the Bears-Packers OVER 31 and a $200 bet on the Titans plus 1-5.
Leonard’s opponent in the championship show down would soon be either gambling columnist Buzz Daly or former Sin City book-maker Nick Bogdanovich.
They’ll fight throughout the Leroy’s Radio Hour from 8 to 9 p.m. (PST) Friday on KDWN-720AM.