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BetUS.com has released Winning Margin of Victory odds for the 2011 Kentucky Derby.
1 length to 2 3/4 lengths was the favorite and would pay out $25 for every $10 bet. 3 lengths to 5 3/4 lengths would pay out $30 for every $10 bet. 1/2 length to 3/4 length would pay out $45. All other winning margin of victories would pay $70 or better on a $10 bet.
Uncle Mo, the early favorite to win the 2011 Kentucky Derby, has been scratched from Saturday’s race due to an ongoing stomach infection.
Start Kentucky Derby weekend with a huge payday before the big race even takes place with Sportsbook.com’s $1 million Kentucky Oaks Contest.
It is their first-ever Kentucky Oaks Challenge featuring the same purse as this famed race, $1 Million. Held annually on the Friday before the Derby, you can win the $1 Million prize by correctly predicting the finishing order of the Top 10.
OTB or Off Track Betting has announced it will cease to exist in New York City as of this Friday December 3, 2010. But could the troubled 40-year-old betting firm get a last minute reprieve?
Senate Democratic Leader John Sampson of Brooklyn will be calling the Senate back into session on Tuesday in order to consider a bill that would save the OTB. Any shutdown would result in 800 employees losing their jobs.
New York Governor David Paterson has also stepped in to try and find a last minute solution.
A Florida man was sentenced to 5.5 years prison time for his role in a Bitcoin exchange money laundering scheme as well as the hacking of JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Many businesses have shut down because operators failed to do the proper accounting of the money they thought the company had brought in.