Bodog Betting Odds on 2007 WSOP Final Table
The lackluster 2007 WSOP Main Event final table is just hours away.
Last year, we (and just about everyone) tagged Allen Cunningham as the winner, one of our first "wrong" predictions. Serves us right. Jamie Gold supplied us with five previous days of evidence that should’ve told us picking against him was a bad idea. We named Richard Lee as our darkhorse.
This year, we don’t really care so much or know enough about anyone who is playing to make predictions. Fortunately and in the spirit of Richard Lee, we have Bodog to set some lines for us.
Their prohibitive favorite is chipleader Philip Hilm, set at 14/5 odds. Tuan Lam and Lee Watkinson follow at 7/2.
If we had to pick a favorite, we’d probably go with 62 year-old Raymond Rahme (7/1), just because it’d be a fitting end to this year’s Main Event. In fact, it almost seems like destiny.
Get full Bodog lines after the jump and bet on the WSOP final table here.
Who will win the 2007 $10,000 buy in Main Event to be hosted at 12 noon Pacific Time on July 17th 2007 at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas, NV ?
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