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Bodog Launches WSOP Proposition Bets

Among other former champions, Phil Hellmuth, Peter Eastgate and Chris Ferguson are favourites at 9/2 to last longer in this year’s Main Event in Las Vegas.

Monday 30th March 2009

Leading online poker room has launched a series of special proposition bets for the upcoming 2009 World Series Of Poker (WSOP) taking place in Las Vegas beginning on July 3. There are 20 separate bets on offer from involving this year’s WSOP with one of the most popular sure to be picking which former Main Event Champion will last longer in 2009’s showcase event. Peter Eastgate, Phil Hellmuth and Chris Ferguson are currently listed at odds of 9/2 followed by Doyle Brunson at 11/2. Past champs Joe Hachem, Greg Raymer, Dan Harrington, Huck Seed and Scotty Nguyen are listed at 7/1 followed by Jamie Gold at 10/1 and Jerry Yang and Chris Moneymaker at 16/1. For the ladies, is offering odds on which female player will last longer in the Main Event with Jennifer Harman and Kathy Liebert currenty in the lead at 5/1. Annie Duke is at 7/1 alongside Cindy Violette, Isabella Mercier, Clonie Gowen, Evelyn Ng, Liz Lieu, Mimi Tran, Katja Thater and Vanessa Russo while Jennifer Tilly and Maria Ho are 10/1. is also taking bets on which poker author will take the most money during this year’s tournament with 1989 WSOP Main Event champion Phil Hellmuth currently in the lead at odds of 5/2. Canadian player Daniel Negreanu is in second at 3/1 followed by the legendary Doyle Brunson at 7/2. Other notable players on the list include Barry Greenstein at 5/1, TJ Cloutier at 6/1, Phil Gordon at 10/1 and David Sklansky and Mike Caro at 12/1. One of the more interesting bets involves Scotty Nguyen and whether he will hit his stated target of at least four million dollars in combined winnings at this year’s WSOP. The 1998 WSOP Main Event champion revealed last week that he would retire immediately if he failed to meet this special goal and is offering odds of 24/1 that the Vietnam-born player will succeed.

Source: OnlineCasinoNews

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