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« on: August 29, 2006, 06:19:59 PM »
Survivor - Cook Islands: Asian Americans listed as favorite race

Gambling911.com's large Asian American readership base should be happy with one online gambling website's latest betting odds on Survivor - Cook Islands. 

Winner's ethnicity odds for Survivor - Cook Islands has the Asian Americans paying out 2 to 1 odds compared to Caucasians at 2.25 to 1 odds, African Americans at 2.4 to 1 odds and Hispanics (Latinos) 2.75 to 1 odds.

Ming, a Vietnamese American, was happy to see the Asian Americans with more favorable odds at Wagerweb.com compared to Bodog.com, which last week gave the nod to the Caucasians (otherwise known as White people).

"Bodog sucks!" said Ming.  "They don't like Asian players and have booted many of my friends."

Ironically, Bodog.com's CEO Calvin Ayre is traveling in Vietnam this week.

WagerWeb is bound to rouse some anger within the African American community however with its odds listing an African American as the first to be vanished off Cook Islands, this despite the fact that it is an Asian American, Jenny Guzon-Bae, who has the least favored odds of winning (+1700 or $1700 paid out on every $100 bet).

A group of New York City officials blasted CBS and its hit series Survivor after the network announced that the teams on the new season of the reality show will be divided by race last week.

Saying that the setup will promote divisiveness, the officials - led by an Asian American - called on CBS to reconsider its plans.

"The idea of having a battle of the races is preposterous," city councilman John Liu said Thursday. "How could anybody be so desperate for ratings?"

The favorite to win Survivor - Cook Islands is Adam Gregory, a Caucasian, with 7 to 1 odds ($700 paid out on a $100 bet). 

Bet on Survivor - Cook Islands here ----> Wagerweb.com (Visit Website Here)

In the midst of the Survivor: Cook Islands’ “tribes by ethnicity” controversy, bettors from WagerWeb.com are predicting a number of outcomes for the upcoming Survivor season including which ethnicity will win it all. WagerWeb.com, one of the Internet's largest betting sites, offers odds surrounding the hottest issues in headline, entertainment and sporting news.

"Regardless of the recent and loud opposition of the producers’ decision, CBS says the upcoming season will air," says Dave Johnson, CEO of WagerWeb.com. "With that, we’re obligated to post film and television odds for our bettors."

Now in its 13th season, the hit television show Survivor - Cook Islands has producers stirring things up by announcing their decision to form traditional “tribes” by ethnicity. With that in mind WagerWeb.com is offering a large variety of wagers:

Winner of Survivor - Cook Islands:

Adam Gregory (Caucasian) +700 (7 to 1)
Becky Lee (Asian American) +800 (8 to 1)
Billy Garcia (Hispanic) +1200 (12 to 1)
Brad Virata (Asian American) +800 (8 to 1)
Candice Woodcock (Caucasian) +1000 (10 to 1)
Anh-Tuan (Asian American) +800 (8 to 1)
Cecilia Mansilla (Hispanic) +1200 (12 to 1)
Cristina Coria (Hispanic) +1500 (15 to 1)
Jenny Guzon-Bae (Asian American) +1700 (17 to 1)
Jessica Smith (Caucasian) +1500 (15 to 1)
Jonathan Penner (Caucasian) +1200 (12 to 1)
John Calderon (Hispanic) +800 (8 to 1)
Nathan Gonzalez (African American) +800 (8 to 1)
Oscar Lusth (Hispanic) +1200 (12 to 1)
Pervati Shallow(Caucasian) +1200 (12 to 1)
Rebecca Borman (African American) +1200 (12 to 1)
Sekou Bunch (African American) +1500 (15 to 1)
Stephannie Favor(African American) +1200 (12 to 1)
Sandra Oakley (African American) +1000 (10 to 1)
Yul Kwon (Asian American) +800 (8 to 1)

Winner’s Ethnicity of Survivor - Cook Islands:

Caucasian +225 (2.25 to 1)
Asian American +200 (2 to 1)
Hispanic +275 (2.75 to 1)
African American +240 (2.4 to 1)

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Correct ethnicities of the final three on Survivor - Cook Islands:

Caucasian, Caucasian and Caucasian +2000 (12 to 1)
Caucasian, Caucasian and Asian American +800 (8 to 1)
Caucasian, Caucasian and African American +1000 (10 to 1)
Caucasian, Caucasian and Hispanic +1100 (11 to 1)
Caucasian, Asian American and African American +800 (8 to 1)
Caucasian, Asian American and Hispanic +1000 (10 to 1)
Caucasian, African American and Hispanic +1200 (12 to 1)
Asian American, Asian American and Asian American +1800 (18 to 1)
Asian American, Asian American and Caucasian +750 (7.5 to 1)
Asian American, Asian American and African American +900 (9 to 1)
Asian American, Asian American and Hispanic +1000 (10 to 1)
Asian American, African American and Hispanic +1000 (10 to 1)
African American, African American and African American +2200 (22 to 1)
African American, African American and Caucasian +1000 (10 to 1)
African American, African American and Asian American +900 (9 to 1)
African American, African American and Hispanic +1200 (12 to 1)
Hispanic, Hispanic, and Hispanic +2500 (25 to 1)
Hispanic, Hispanic and Caucasian +1200 (12 to 1)
Hispanic, Hispanic and Asian American +1000 (10 to 1)
Hispanic, Hispanic and African American +2500 (25 to 1)

Correct ethnicities of the final two on Survivor - Cook Islands:

Caucasian and Caucasian +1200 (12 to 1)
Caucasian and Asian American +250 (2.5 to 1)
Caucasian and Hispanic +370 (3.7 to 1)
Caucasian and African American +320 (3.2 to 1)
Asian American and Asian American +1000 (10 to 1)
Asian American and Hispanic +300 (3 to 1)
Asian American and African American +270 (2.7 to 1)
Hispanic and African American +400 (4 to 1)
African American and African American +1500 (15 to 1)
Hispanic and Hispanic +2000 (20 to 1)

First ethnicity to have a contestant eliminated on Survivor - Cook Islands:

Caucasian +250 (2.5 to 1)
Asian American +270 (2.7 to 1)
Hispanic +200 (2 to 1)
African American +220 (2.2 to 1)

First ethnicity to be vanished on Survivor - Cook Islands:

Caucasian +300 (3 to 1)
Asian American +320 (3.2 to 1)
Hispanic +180 (1.8 to 1)
African American +175 (1.75 to 1)

Place bets on Survivor - Cook Islands here ---> Wagerweb.com (Visit Website Here)

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Re: odds
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2006, 06:21:26 PM »
BoDog 8/29

Odds On: Which tribe will the winner of CBS? hit reality TV series, "Survivor: Cook Islands" be from? Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as No Action. No refunds. No over limit wagers. All wagers will be graded based on results as posted on www.cbs.com. All wagers will be graded based on the team that each survivor member originally started off the game as a member of. If more than one contestant wins, all wagers will be graded as no action. Max $50.
The Asian-American Tribe 4/1
 
The Hispanic Tribe 3/4
 
The African-American Tribe 6/1
 
The White Tribe 3/1
 

Odds On: Which tribe will be the first to vote one of its members off the island on CBS' hit reality TV series, "Survivor: Cook Islands"? Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as No Action. No refunds. No over limit wagers. All wagers will be graded based on results as posted on www.cbs.com. If more than one contestant is voted off in the first tribal counsel, all wagers will be graded as No Action. Max $50.
The Asian-American Tribe 7/3
 
The Hispanic Tribe 3/1
 
The African-American Tribe 1/1
 
The White Tribe 11/9
 

Odds On: Which tribe will be the first to send a fellow tribe member to Exile Island on CBS' hit reality TV series, "Survivor: Cook Islands"? Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as No Action. No refunds. No over limit wagers. All wagers will be graded based on results as posted on www.cbs.com. If more than one tribe sends a member to exile island at the same time, or more than one member of the same tribe is sent to exile island at the same time, or no tribe members are sent to exile island during the series, all wagers will be graded as No Action. Max $50.
The Asian-American Tribe 11/9
 
The Hispanic Tribe 7/3
 
The African-American Tribe 3/2
 
The White Tribe 13/7
 

Odds On: Which tribe will be the first to start a fire on CBS' hit reality TV series, "Survivor: Cook Islands"? Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as No Action. No refunds. No over limit wagers. All wagers will be graded based on results as posted on www.cbs.com. If more than one tribe successfully starts a fire at the same time, or all tribes are rewarded with or given fire, all wagers will be graded a No Action. Max $50.
The Asian-American Tribe 3/2
 
The Hispanic Tribe 7/3
 
The African-American Tribe 13/7
 
The White Tribe 11/9
 

Odds On: Which tribe will win the first reward challenge on CBS' hit reality TV series, "Survivor: Cook Islands"? Any wagers placed after outcome becomes public knowledge will be graded as No Action. No refunds. No over limit wagers. All wagers will be graded based on results as posted on www.cbs.com. If more than one tribe wins the reward challenge or receives a reward, or no reward challenges occur, all wagers will be graded as No Action. Max $50.
The Asian-American Tribe 13/7
 
The Hispanic Tribe 11/9
 
The African-American Tribe 7/3
 
The White Tribe 3/2
 

Odds On: Will one of the contestants on CBS' hit reality TV show, "Survivor: Cook Islands" receive medical attention at any point in the series?

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Re: odds
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2006, 09:59:41 AM »
interesting betting


 

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