Can I Bet the Belmont Stakes Online From Connecticut, Rhode Island?

You are able to bet this year’s Belmont Stakes from Connecticut and Rhode Island online with an internationally licensed racebook in addition to a handful of US-licensed online racebooks, poker indonesia though the later will require you to provide your social security number and report tax winnings to the IRS.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

Neither Connecticut or Rhode Island have horse racing facilities so you will need to bet on this year’s Belmont Stakes from home or on the road via your smartphone.

Most US-based online race books do not accept bets from the following states.

Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, Canada




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The bill also clears away obstacles for any of Atlantic City’s casinos to offer sports betting, adding clauses to allow the Borgata, Caesars, Harrah’s, Bally’s and the Golden Nugget to offer sports bets despite ownership or partial ownership of professional sports teams.

A last-minute change allowed the Golden Nugget to take sports bets, despite the fact that its owner, Texas Billionaire Tilman Fertitta, also owns the NBA’s Houston Rockets. The bill previously shut the Golden Nugget out of sports betting, but a change allowed it to offer bets on sports other than basketball.

Fertitta thanked New Jersey for making the change and said he eventually hopes to convince state regulators to let the Golden Nugget take bets on basketball teams other than the Rockets, as Nevada regulators allow.

New York might not be too far behind New Jersey, Overmyer reported. A similar bill was introduced Monday.

New York legislators will try to pass the bill before a scheduled adjournment on June 20. That gives them just a week and a half to iron out the details.

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