even money


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even money

n.
Equal stakes in a wager.

e′ven mon′ey


n.
equal odds in a wager.
[1890–95]
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No details ever came out, but it was known that the revolutionary parties abroad had given their assistance, had sent emissaries in advance, that even money was found to dispatch a steamer with a cargo of arms and conspirators to invade the Baltic provinces.
Home advantage ensures they kick off priced at even money (bet365) to secure three points, although BetVictor's 13/5 for it to end all square cannot be ignored.
Paddy Power post even money about the last goal being scored after the 72nd minute this time.
Bets of pounds 1,000 to win pounds 1,200 three times and six pounds 1,000 bets at even money went astray.
And yesterday, he admitted the cloak-and-dagger plot was straight out of the pages of Even Money, written by Dick Francis and his son Felix.
However, Plymouth have managed just one clean sheet all season, a record which adds appeal to Sportingbet's even money price for City to notch the opener.
His latest addition to the world of fictional racing skulduggery, Even Money, co-written with his son Felix, is guaranteed to tot up the sales - the author knows what his readers enjoy and he doesn't disappoint them.
Even Money is the unabridged audiobook adaptation of an exciting thriller blend of horse racing, bookmaking, and murder.
Even money pumped into new dramas in a bid to save telly from an all-time slump isn't thought out.
Still, even money can't guarantee everything goes to plan, as the launch of Russian Standard's 31m [pounds sterling] distillery proved.
Meanwhile, Blues kick off as even money favourites (bet365) against league-leaders Palace, with the visitors offered at 11/4 by VCBet.
Betdirect's even money for more goals in the second half than first is well worth a look.