Who Wins in the Ubiquitous New World of Mainstream Sports Betting?

(Hint: It's not the betters.)
Nineteenth-century Russian poet Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin said of gambling: β€œPlay interests me very much, but I am not in the position to sacrifice the necessary in the hope of winning the superfluous.” For more than 2,000 years, gambling was considered just such a vice β€” perhaps a tolerable sin compared to murder, theft, or adultery β€” but still a destructive failure of character. Until

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