betting odds


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Noun1.betting odds - the ratio by which one better's wager is greater than that of anotherbetting odds - the ratio by which one better's wager is greater than that of another; "he offered odds of two to one"
ratio - the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)
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1 in the ATP rankings in 2013 and the come-backing Andy Murray of United Kingdom, who lost to Djokovic in the 2013 Final, are not far behind in the sports betting odds.
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The chances of Greece leaving the euro zone this year fell on Thursday, according to bookmakers' betting odds, just three days before the deadline for keeping the country in the 19-nation bloc.
SHOCKING allegations of match-xing in Welsh football are backed up by "absolutely crazy" swings in betting odds, an international anti-corruption body has said.
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Sydney, May 26 ( ANI ): Facing a growing public backlash over the rise of gambling advertising, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard will announce that TV, radio and internet broadcasters must agree to a ban on the promotion of betting odds during live sports matches, or legislation will be rushed into parliament before the September polls.
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Although betting odds are almost always right, nonbettors hardly ever draw the logical conclusion - that they could use betting odds most of the time to give themselves a better understanding of the chances of things happening.
And right at the top of the 10 intended changes is introducing decimalised betting odds.
Betting odds were found to be the superior measure of uncertainty of outcome, although it had little predictive power in forecasting attendance (nor did other uncertainty of outcome measures), in Premier League Football matches in Spain (Buraimo, Forrest, & Simmons, 2006).