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Props, Parlays And Playing The Odds: What Sports Betting Might Look Like In Colorado

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<p>A man watches a baseball game in the sports book at the South Point hotel-casino, Monday, May 14, 2018, in Las Vegas. The Supreme Court on Monday gave its go-ahead for states to allow gambling on sports across the nation.</p>

When is a win not a win? When you've made a bet that the Denver Broncos would triumph by 10 points and the other team scores a last-second touchdown to cut the margin to three.

Indeed, cheering for your favorite sports teams could go beyond wins and losses should Proposition DD pass in next month's election. The measure would allow sports betting in Colorado, in the process opening up a myriad of wagering possibilities.

Jay Kornegay, executive vice-president of operations of the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas spoke to Colorado Matters on how sports betting would work and how much money might be wagered across the state should voters decide in favor of Proposition DD.