|March 16, 2006 (Las Vegas, NV) -- Las Vegas is a great place to be for March Madness, but for those that can’t make it to the Strip, retro Vegas-style sportsbook Aces.com captures its essence online with a list of props that would make any Vegas shark’s head spin. Of course, playing at Aces.com does mean not having to get up early to stake out a prime viewing spot in the lounge, and no long lines for last minute bets.|
Sports bettors book reservations months in advance to grab a seat in the middle of the action. Particularly during the first week of March, when the games are scheduled fast and furious, Las Vegas casinos are filled to the brim with both professional and casual gamblers. With so many opportunities to wager on the nearly constant stream of basketball games, few can resist the allure of NCAA March Madness in the gambling capital of the country.
At Aces.com, it’s not just the kitschy retro Rat Pack photos and promos designed for serious players that make it feel like Vegas.
“March Madness at the big hotels on the Strip is all about props,” says Aces.com Manager Rene Quesada, “And no one offers more ways to bet on NCAA hoops than Aces.com!”
Aces has lines on the side and total on every tournament game plus hundreds of props including:
First Half and Half-Time Lines
Largest Margin of Victory in Any First Round Game
Will a #14, #15, or #16 Seed win at least 1 Game?
Will Southern Ever Have the Lead vs. Duke?
Entries close today for Ace.com’s March Mayhem Bracket Contest as the Opening Round concludes and the First and Second Rounds continue over the weekend. There’s no entry fee and the player that scores the most points predicting March Madness winners wins $1000 cash, an Aces.com poker tabletop and chips, and a silk poker shirt.
Aces.com updates odds and posts news, scores, and updates on college hoops daily.
To find out more about Vegas-style March Madness action, please contact:
Rene Quesada, Manager
Larry Colcy, Lyceum Media
Aces.com has taken over $8 billion in sports and casino wagers since going online in 1997. This year, the retro Vegas-style casino, sportsbook and poker site has accepted over $3 billion in wagers from its nearly one million players. Acquired in 2001 by Sportingbet Plc, a publicly traded UK company, Aces.com is part of the world’s largest internet gaming company. Transparency and accountability provide safety and security for customers. Audited by BDO Stoy Hayward, one of the largest auditing firms in London, accounts are published quarterly on the London Exchange.
This notice is provided for information only and should not be considered advice.