Saturday, May 23, 2009
2009 World Series of Poker: WSOP Vegas Odds
The 2009 World Series of Poker odds have been posted. According to BetED, the co-favorites to win the WSOP Main Event 2009 are Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, Gus Hansen, and Tom Dwan. Each is listed at +12000.
Next up is Andrew Black, Juha Helppi, Ivan Demidov, John Juanda, Barry Greenstein, and Allen Cunningham at +17000.
However, it’s the Bodog WSOP betting line that has some of the most interesting proposition bets. Which pairing will have the most winnings in the Main Event (Event #57) beginning in Las Vegas on July 3, 2009?
Todd and Doyle Brunson as well as the twosome of Marco Traniello and Jennifer Harman are 6/1.
Will Scotty Nguyen reach his stated promise that will earn $4,000,000 or more in combined winnings at this year’s WSOP? No is -180. Will Doyle Brunson or Johnny Chan win their 11th bracelet? Bettors can wager on either/or or both.
They can write poker tips, but can they practice what they preach? Which of the poker authors will win the most money? Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, T.J. Cloutier, and Barry Greenstein top the list of favorites.
Which female poker player will last longest in the Main Event? Jennifer Harman and Kathy Liebert are the most likely at 5/1. Jennifer Tilly and Maria Ho are the long shots at 10/1.
More information: How to play poker, live 2009 WSOP odds, and other betting tips are on the OffshoreInsiders.com Network.