1. Denver's BarBets app now accepting wagers

    Denver's BarBets app now accepting wagers

    Ted Gantzer and Nick Peters were just a couple of poor, unemployed Denver residents when they set out to create a sports betting app — not exactly a novel idea.

    That was two years ago. The 31-year-olds are still poor — "really poor," Gantzer says — but after a lengthy battle with Apple, their BarBets app is now available in both the iTunes and Google Play stores.

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    1. It's all of our hobbies and vices thrown into an app.
    2. The guy who wrote the gambling law for Colorado wrote an opinion piece saying that BarBets is legal in Colorado.
    3. It's a way for our guests to have a little bit of fun, get something for free and come back and use (the discount) at another time.
    4. Ultimately, to survive, we're going to have to get out of Denver.
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