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If you’ve ever been tempted by a flutter, you’ll know how bookmakers and casinos stack the odds against you. The clearest example is roulette, where there are 36 red and black numbers plus the green numbers 0 and (in the U.S.) 00. So that’s 38 possibilities in total. When betting on red or black, the odds of choosing correctly are 18/38, and a fair payout for a $1 stake is $2.111. However, the house pays only $2 and keeps the difference. In that way, it guarantees itself a profit.
Somehow, someway, the New York Islanders have already matched last season’s win total of 35 and are four points shy of their point tally (80). The Isles, who’ve won five of their last six and are 21-5-2 SU in their past 28, hit the road tonight to renew acquaintances with the Calgary Flames in Canada. Sportsbooks opened the Flames as -150 home favorites with a total of 6.
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Horse racing has a long and distinguished history and has been practised in civilisations across the world since ancient times. Archaeological records indicate that horse racing occurred in Ancient Greece, Babylon, Syria, and Egypt. It also plays an important part of myth and legend, such as the contest between the steeds of the god Odin and the giant Hrungnir in Norse mythology.