NFL Week 7 is in the books and Bet to Wynn Ep. 14 is here to help you sift through all the action. As always, hosts Joe Fann and Claudia Bellofatto share another weekend's worth of stories from around Fabulous Las Vegas.
And with Chris Long and the entire Blue Wire crew in town, it was definitely one to remember. Let’s dive in!
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Joe and Claudia discuss Las Vegas’ Fremont St.
As outsiders in Vegas, Joe inquires with Claudia on her thoughts of the downtown-Fremont st. district. Now, being from the Northwest, Joe had never experienced Fremont st. and all of its “charm.”
Highlights for Joe were a restaurant that provides free meals to individuals heavier than 350-lbs, and the aggressive whip-yielding patrons who frequent the area. One thing that always rings true about Fremont st.? It is what it is …
NFL Week 7 recap
With another crazy week of football behind us, Claudia and Joe discuss their wins and losses over the weekend. Joe is riding high from a nice moneyline hit; he took the Bengals at (+225) to win in Baltimore and they did just that.
Claudia, on the other hand, was forced to hold the “L.” After falling to the temptation of a massive spread in the Texans-Cardinals game, Claudia saw no luck as Arizona rolled over Houston, 31-5. However, she holds that “L” with pride!
WynnBET Sr. Trader Grant Tucker is back
As has become a Monday staple on Bet to Wynn, we are joined by an oddsmaker to bring the book’s perspective. WynnBET Sr. Trader Grant Tucker dives into the Chiefs-Titans game and offers wonderful insights. Although Kansas City has shelled out poor team performances for over a month now, Tucker points to the resilience of Chiefs bettors. He attributes this resilience to Mahomes’ three year streak of dominance and his exciting style of play. After this last loss at Tennessee, will we finally see a blip in Chiefs support?
World Series talk
If you haven't heard, the World Series is set to start in Houston on Tuesday night. Naturally, our two hosts shift their focus to the 2021 Fall Classic. We are left with two talented teams in the Astros and Braves; how will this all playout? With Houston having just eliminated her Red Sox, Claudia is a little sore on the subject, but gives respect to a talented Astros lineup. Our hosts agree that Atlanta doesn’t strike fear into a pitcher’s heart like the Astros do, but acknowledge that the Braves are the hot team here, and have been throughout the entire playoffs. With that said, our hosts are both siding with Houston to win the 2021 World Series.