On June 23 a referendum is being held to decide whether the United Kingdom should leave or remain in the European Union. If you think you know what’s going to happen and want to put some money on it, one online sportsbook has you covered.
Bovada is giving Great Britain a -400 shot to remain in the European Union, with a price of +300 to depart it.
The 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 goes down this Sunday and things are very tight in the opening odds with five drivers listed in the +550 to +650 range.
Online sportsbook Bovada has 2014’s IndyCar Series champ Will Power listed as the favorite. Power will attempt to win the race after finishing second last year. He’s yet to win the race in eight attempts but he has four top-10 finishes.
The 2016 Tim Hortons Brier begins Saturday with arguably the strongest field in the history of the tournament. Of the 15 team field (reduced to 12 after a March Madness like play-in round consisting of non-ranking Nova Scotia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut), nine are in the Top 20 World Curling Tour Order of Merit rankings, with five in the top 10.
Normally North American sports bettors care as much about snooker as they do about your bad beat story from 1964.
But something happened Monday that’s incredibly funny, amazing or corrupt depending on your perspective. I bring it up as my first topic in this “Fixed or Fail” column, where I’ll look at strange happenings in the world of sports wagering and ask if it was ‘fixed’ (ie. corruption on some level) or merely a ‘fail’ by the athletes or anyone else involved.
Defending Rugby World Cup winner New Zealand is the favorite at the online sportsbooks to win the tournament for the second straight time as teams prepare for the event which runs from September 18 to October 31 in England.
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