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Gambling911.com has your 2011 Oscar predictions.
For “Best Picture” we say The Kings Speech.
The Best Animated Feature odds for the 2011 Oscars has very little value unless you were hoping for an upset unfortunately.
Toy Story 3 had odds of -10000 found at Bookmaker.com. In case you were wondering, you would have to bet $10,000 to win $100, and that just ain’t going to happen since few online gambling websites are going to take a $10,000 bet on the Oscars.
Toy Story 3 was the first film to be released theatrically with 7.1 surround sound.
When it comes to Oscar 2011 odds for Best Actress, Natalie Portman appears to be a pretty big “lock” at 1/10 or -1000 odds for her performance in The Black Swan.
Her closest competitor is Annette Bening for The Kids Are All Right. Bening would pay out $30 for every $10 bet. All odds were courtesy of Sportsbook.com here.
The odds to win the Best Picture award at the 2011 Oscars had two favorites that were now starting to close the gap a bit.
The Social Network, which initially opened as the favorite, currently had odds of -350, requiring a $35 bet to win $10 at Bookmaker.com (the $35 will be refunded should the bet be a winner).
The official favorite, however, is The Kings Speech, which had odds of -700
When it comes to the 2011 Oscar odds for Best Actor and wagering on Colin Firth to win for The King’s Speech, Gambling911.com says “forgetaboutit”.
It’s not that he won’t win…he will. Therein lies the problem as Colin Firth is the biggest “lock” in Oscar betting history since online gambling sites started offering odds on the event.
Betting on the 2011 Oscars has just gotten a whole lot better with BetUS.com adding a number of new betting options.
Among the offerings not available at the majority of online betting shops include total Oscars won by Inception (OVER/UNDER 3), The Social Network (OVER/UNDER 3) and The Kings Speech (OVER/UNDER 5).
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