NEW YORK - The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to hear Delaware’s sports betting case, ending the state’s push to expand sports wagering at its three racetracks.

Currently, Delaware conducts parlay betting, where gamblers place a wager on two or more teams. The state was looking to expand such betting to include single-game wagers. Nevada is the only state where gamblers can place single bets on sporting events.

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