Whether it’s the height of your center or the width of your linebacker, in sports, size matters. Even before renovation, the Westgate SuperBook was the largest in the world, but after its expansion earlier this year, the SuperBook is now 25,000 square feet, with nearly 5,000 square feet of high-definition video screens looming above. It can hold a full crowd for March Madness or Monday Night Football, with plenty of seating and spots to grab a drink or a nosh. Even the smaller portions of the SuperBook still go big: the “Fan Cave” may be a secluded, smoke-free alcove, but it’s still got giant screens and the capability to feature a dozen sporting events at once. Not everything is brand-new: The sweet vintage neon racehorse sign that faces Joe W. Brown Drive remains. Hopefully, it’ll bring you luck.