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Bodog Announces WSOP Betting Odds

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As if the 2007 World Series of Poker, which begins June 1, was not going to be exciting enough in itself, Bodog has upped the ante to make things even more eventful. The Bodog.com Sportsbook has announced bets offered and odds given for props during the WSOP.

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Such bets include the race between Doyle Brunson, Phil Hellmuth, and Johnny Chan to win an eleventh bracelet. Bodog picked Hellmuth as the favorite with 9-5 odds.

There is a last-longer wager for the main event between Canadian players Gavin Smith, Brad Booth, and Daniel Negreanu. Both Smith and Negreanu were given 6-5 odds, while Booth received 3-2.

Other last-longer bets pit former Card Player Player of the Year Players, past main event winners, female poker players, and even the "Phils" against each other. Phil Ivey and Phil Hellmuth have been listed as even money.

Bodog is also taking bets on which family pair will have the biggest combined cash in the main event. The husband-and-wife team of Jennifer Harman and Marco Traniello got 5-2 odds but the father-son team of Barry Greenstein and Joe Sebok received 3-2 odds. Other pairs include Doyle and Todd Brunson, and Annie Duke and her brother Howard Lederer.

Team Bodog members Josh Arieh, David Williams, and Evelyn Ng are also part of a wager in which people can bet on which one they think will win a bracelet this year. If it is not the players that bettors would like wager on, Bodog is even taking bets on what color the cards of the main event winning hand will be.

For more information on the props or latest odds, visit www.bodog.com/welcome/123834/sports-betting/poker.jsp .

 
 
 
 

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lctom
over 14 years ago

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