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    Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    I know when the playoffs started.....the Giants were +2000 (20/1) to win the super bowl....does anyone know the odds after the redskins loss? I'd have to imagine it was higher than that. Hopefully this $200 I put on the G Men in the beginning of the playoffs turns into $4000. Anybody else take em?

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    100/1 after the Redskins loss. (pretty sure)

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    [quote user="calzonesays"]100/1 after the Redskins loss. (pretty sure)
    [/quote]

    Yeah, it was.

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    [quote user="RUbaseball24"]I know when the playoffs started.....the Giants were +2000 (20/1) to win the super bowl....does anyone know the odds after the redskins loss? I'd have to imagine it was higher than that. Hopefully this $200 I put on the G Men in the beginning of the playoffs turns into $4000. Anybody else take em?[/quote]

    Have you considered hedging your bet to make sure you make money regardless of the outcome?

    Or are you going to let it all ride on NYG?

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    Another guy put down $100 with 50-1 odds so he stand to make $5000
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    [quote user="calzonesays"]
    Have you considered hedging your bet to make sure you make money regardless of the outcome?

    Or are you going to let it all ride on NYG?
    [/quote]

    Can't hedge.... If you are a Giant fan, you can't bet against the Giants and on the Patriots.

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    Could put a g on the pats to guarantee me money but something about betting against the giants doesnt feel right no matter what

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    [quote user="RUbaseball24"]Could put a g on the pats to guarantee me money but something about betting against the giants doesnt feel right no matter what[/quote]

    let it ride then. the win will be a lot sweeter.

    but a loss really would suck.....

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    Re: Anybody know the Vegas Odds?

    [quote user="bflo23"][quote user="calzonesays"]
    Have you considered hedging your bet to make sure you make money regardless of the outcome?*

    Or are you going to let it all ride on NYG?
    [/quote]

    Can't hedge.... If you are a Giant fan, you can't bet against the Giants and on the Patriots.
    [/quote]

    Sure you can you just have to bet the Patriots on the money line no points. Then you win your Giants ticket (minus what you put on the Patriots money line) if they win or you win the Patriots ticket and lose the Giants ticket if the Patriots win.

    For example, you are currently holding a Giants ticket for $5000 if they win.

    If the Giants lose you lose the orignal bet and the $5000. That sucks.

    Now if you want to guarantee yourself some money here is what you do. Find the best line for the Patriots on the money line which is basically they have to win that's all. Let's say you find Pats -150 on the money line.

    Put up $1500 on the Pats money line to win. If they do you get $1000 plus your $1500 or $2500.

    If the Pats lose your original ticket is still good. However, you just decreased it by the $1500 you lost on the Pats so you get back $3500 instead of $5000.

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