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2020 Olympic Betting Games Options Analysis

December 10th, 2019 Olympic Games, Online Betting

In view of 2020 being a huge year that includes the US Presidential election gambling action will be hot and heavy. Among the reasons, why...

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USA Tops 2020 Olympic Betting Odds

USA Tops 2020 Olympic Betting Odds

June 24th, 2019 Olympic Games, Online Betting

To begin with the 2020 Olympic Games will be held at Tokyo with 206 nations expected to compete.  Over 11,000 athletes will compete in 339...

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Olympic Games Betting Odds Rates Extra Special for Many Reasons

January 8th, 2019 Olympic Games, Sportsbook

At the beginning of any discussion about Olympic games betting odds is that there are two types of ways to wager on them.  First, there...

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Olympic Betting News for Fans of the Gymnastic

Great Olympic Betting News for Fans of the Gymnastic Events

November 8th, 2018 Olympic Games

Simone Biles has to be excited about the Olympic betting news that is circulating the wire. Biles is coming off a breathtaking performance down in...

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2018 Olympic Ice Hockey Odds and Preview

2018 Olympic Ice Hockey Odds and Preview

October 30th, 2018 Olympic Games, Online Wagering

A total of 12 nations and 300 players will hit the ice at two South Korean venues for the coveted Men’s Ice Hockey Gold Medal. ...

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XXIII Olympic Winter Games betting analysis

Olympic Betting Fans Ready for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games

October 17th, 2018 Olympic Games

Olympic betting fans are getting ready for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games to begin this February 9th.  They will take place in PyeongChang, South Korea...

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LA’s hosting Olympic Games betting odds slim and none

August 29th, 2019 Olympic Games

The City of Angels’ Olympic Games betting odds of hosting the 2024 Summer Games have taken a blow following president Trump’s Alhambra Decree, err, executive...

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Odds of Success for US Women’s Olympic Golf

October 16th, 2019 Olympic Games

US Women’s Olympic Golf OddsSports betting fans get a little treat every four years when the quadrennial Games of the Olympiad are held giving sportsbook users the ability to bet on Olympic events. While most athletes compete in tournaments around the year there is something entirely different about representing your country on an international stage. Some might argue that the stakes are raised as athletes are playing out of patriotism, not monetary compensation.

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Andy Murray Favorite at Olympics as Federer Pulls Out

October 17th, 2019 Olympic Games

Andy Murray favorite at 2016 Olympics Scottish Andy Murray has to believe that his Olympics betting odds have taken a turn for the better now that Swiss Roger Federer has pulled a Tiger Woods and announced he will miss the Rio Olympics – along with the remainder of the 2016 season – in order to properly and extensively rehab his torn meniscus following surgery earlier in the year. Federer’s absence should leave Murray sitting in the catbird seat as the Scotsman looks to win a second gold medal. As fans of Olympics betting might remember, and as fate would have it, Murray defeated Federer of all people in the finals of the men's singles tennis tournament at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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What Rio Summer Olympics might be like without Russia

October 17th, 2019 Olympic Games, Sports Betting

2016 Rio Summer Olympics If Russian athletes were to be banned from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic games – as the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suggested – that would considerably chance the landscape of the competition, including and not limited to sports betting. WADA has called for the ban as a result of a 103-page report from Canadian law professor Richard McLaren, who found evidence of systematic, state-supported cheating by Russia's athletes during the Sochi Winter Olympics. How would the Games be affected if the  International Olympic Committee heeded WADA’s recommendation? Let’s imagine an alternate reality in which Russia did not attend the 2012 London Olympics.

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