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  • This weekend is Super Bowl LIV.

  • It's basically a J.Lo concert with concussions.

  • -(laughter) -And other than the game

  • and the commercials, one of the biggest aspects

  • of the Super Bowl has always been gambling.

  • In fact, this Sunday's game will shatter the record

  • for the most bets on a Super Bowl in history.

  • But why?

  • Well, let's find out in another installment

  • of If You Don't Know, Now You Know.

  • -♪ ♪ -(cheering, applause)

  • The Super Bowl has always been the biggest day of the year

  • for sports betting.

  • Same way Saint Patrick's Day has always been

  • the biggest day of the year for street vomiting.

  • This year, an estimated 26 million Americans

  • will wager $6.8 billion,

  • and one of the reasons it's such a big day for betting

  • is because you can bet on anything.

  • NEWSMAN: If it happens at the Super Bowl,

  • you can probably bet on it--

  • coin toss, the length of the National Anthem,

  • even the color of Gatorade

  • that's dumped on the winning coach.

  • Will any player be arrested in Miami after the game?

  • Other prop bets: How many times President Trump tweets

  • during the game.

  • Will Shakira and J.Lo twerk during the halftime show?

  • Jennifer Lopez-- whether or not she's gonna show butt cleavage.

  • Yes. For Super Bowl LIV,

  • you can even bet on J.Lo's butt cleavage.

  • And let's be clear.

  • There's definitely gonna be butt cleavage,

  • but it's probably gonna happen during a tackle.

  • But it is true.

  • You can bet on anything

  • that has anything to do with the Super Bowl.

  • Even the length of the national anthem,

  • which is great news for Demi Lovato

  • 'cause she's singing.

  • So she can bet money on the length of the anthem

  • and then just be like...

  • And the home

  • Of the brave... ♪

  • (holding note)

  • "Brave. Brave, brave. Brave."

  • (cheering and applause)

  • So...

  • The Super Bowl is always a big betting day,

  • but this year, thanks to some new laws,

  • it'll be even easier to lose your life savings.

  • In 2020, sin is in.

  • Sports betting is now authorized

  • in 20 states plus Washington, D.C.

  • NEWSMAN: Since the Supreme Court cleared the way

  • for sports betting in the states

  • other than in Nevada,

  • a growing number of states have legalized sports gambling.

  • NEWSWOMAN: Sports betting revenue expected to go

  • from $2.5 billion this year to nearly $19 billion

  • -in 2023. -NEWSMAN 2: Wow, I didn't see that.

  • NEWSWOMAN 2: The case came from New Jersey,

  • a state that fought for years

  • to legalize sports bets.

  • NEWSWOMAN 3: And New Jersey is already poised

  • to overtake Nevada as the biggest state

  • for sports betting in the U.S.

  • Yeah. Thanks to New Jersey,

  • gambling on sports can now be legal in any state.

  • And now that it's legal,

  • sports betting is basically New Jersey's new pastime,

  • which means we need to bid farewell

  • to Jersey's old pastime,

  • eating loose salami on a disgusting beach.

  • Now, what's interesting is although Jersey

  • may become bigger than Vegas for sports gambling,

  • unlike Vegas,

  • not many people are planning to spend the weekend.

  • To place bets, some sports fans

  • are making super quick trips to New Jersey.

  • Sometimes New Yorkers visit there

  • for only just a matter of minutes

  • before they go back home.

  • NEWSMAN: Look what happens in New York.

  • You open the betting app, and you try,

  • and the app knows you are not in New Jersey.

  • "We are unable to place your wagers."

  • It's just a five-minute ride

  • just to come back on the train and go back over.

  • NEWSMAN: Bets are made in New Jersey parking lots,

  • service stations and train platforms.

  • Others take PATH trains,

  • finding this to be the fastest way

  • to bet and bolt.

  • (laughing): Okay.

  • Okay, I'm sorry. This...

  • This is hilarious.

  • So, New Yorkers are going to New Jersey to place a bet,

  • but they want to get out as soon as they're done.

  • It's almost like they're worried that if they stay for too long,

  • they're gonna turn into Jersey, you know?

  • It's like, "Come on, guys. Place the bets.

  • "We got to get out of here before we turn into...

  • "Oh, goddamn it, it's already happening.

  • Oh, it's happening. You want to hit the gym?"

  • (laughter)

  • So, basically, what's happening now

  • is Jersey is the new Vegas, except their motto is,

  • "Whatever happens in Jersey don't stay in Jersey."

  • (laughter)

  • Now, what's interesting about the world of sports betting

  • is that before it was legal,

  • TV networks and sports leagues, they thought that betting

  • was the most disgusting thing that could happen to sports.

  • But now that they've learned how much money

  • they can make off of it, they're all in.

  • NEWSWOMAN: The NCAA and professional sports leagues

  • had long opposed sports betting,

  • saying it could hurt the integrity of the game.

  • NEWSMAN: But as soon as the Supreme Court

  • freed states to legalize sports betting last May,

  • the pro leagues immediately reversed course.

  • Within months of the ruling,

  • the NBA, Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League

  • all made deals with MGM,

  • and the NFL partnered up with Caesars Palace.

  • NEWSMAN 2: NBA and NHL team owner Ted Leonsis says

  • his Capital One Arena will soon have its own sports book.

  • Someone comes to you in your seat and is asking,

  • "Do you want a soda? Do you want a hot dog?"

  • My belief is that people will be coming to your seat and saying,

  • "Do you want to bet on the next period,

  • the next half?"

  • That's right. The leagues have embraced betting so much

  • that someday soon, you'll have ushers

  • coming up to you while you're watching a game.

  • They'll come up to you and ask you to place a bet.

  • That's big. Because before that,

  • the only kind of gambling they offered at a game

  • was whether the hot dogs would give you diarrhea.

  • But it is easy. It is easy to see how betting at the games

  • could make things a little awkward

  • for some of the fans, you know?

  • 'Cause you'd just be there like... (whoops)

  • "Go, Knicks!

  • $500 on the Celtics, please."

  • (laughter and applause)

  • So, now... (laughs)

  • You don't want to lose your money.

  • -Come on, people. -(cheering and applause)

  • You can support a team and keep your money.

  • So, now, thanks to the Supreme Court

  • and New Jersey lobbying efforts,

  • sports betting is poised to become bigger and bigger.

  • States are embracing it. Leagues are embracing it.

  • It's spreading everywhere. And nobody knows

  • where it could go in the future, you know?

  • Maybe someday, movies like Uncut Gems

  • will start to look something like this.

  • ♪ ♪

  • -How you doing, Howard? -Hey.

  • -Looking good, Howard. -That's what I told your mom last night.

  • (laughs)

  • KOSTA: I made a crazy risk.

  • A gamble.

  • But it's about to pay off.

  • I want to put 40 Gs

  • on a six-way parlay in today's game.

  • We're just playing horse, mister.

  • Why would you bet on that?

  • This is me!

  • This is how I win!

  • MAN: What crazy thing did you bet on now, Howard?

  • KOSTA: This kid is automatic from here. He never misses.

  • He never misses!

  • Where's my (bleep) money, Howard?

  • Let me go double or nothing on a big hopscotch game tomorrow.

  • You know I'm good for it!

  • All right. But here's a little taste

  • of what's gonna happen if you lose.

  • (grunting)

  • (bleep)

  • Aw, you (bleep).

  • (kids chattering)

  • MAN: Hopscotch? You bet on hopscotch?

  • The hell is wrong with you, Howard?

  • KOSTA: Don't touch the line! Don't touch the line!

  • (in slow motion): Don't touch the line!

  • How hard is it to jump into a goddamn box?

  • MAN: Where's my money, Howard?

  • WOMAN: Give me my money, Howard.

  • -MAN 2: Where's my money? -MAN 3: Pay what you owe.

  • You've got a gambling problem, Howard.

  • 50 bucks says I don't.

This weekend is Super Bowl LIV.

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