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William Hill A winning Grand National bet has been cashed in 43 years late after a man found the betting slip while sorting through his late father-in-law’s house.
Bob Holmes while looking through paperwork found the slip, which backed Red Rum to win in 1974.
If you’re looking for an era-specific look book on the quality of past wild card weekend, you’ve come to the wrong place. There’s no need to do a deep dive on historical consequence.
A mystery punter has placed a bet of £183,000 on Hillary Clinton becoming the next US president at a William Hill branch in Northumberland.
The punter is known to be a 44 year old woman who has never placed a bet before. She initially placed a £170,000 bet before returning the next day to place an additional £13,200 with odds of 1/8. This means that the woman will receive a payout of £205,916, winnings of £22,716, if Clinton goes on to win the election.
Six Times World Series of Poker Bracelet Winner Ted Forrest Charged With Theft and Use of Bad Checks
Six-times World Series of Poker bracelet winner, Ted Forrest, has been charged with theft and writing bad checks in a $215,000 tug of war with Wynn Casino, Las Vegas.
Could Ted Forrest do with a Bill Perkins overzealous prop bet right now?
Sports Betting Back in 2001 betting on the Olympic Games was banned in Las Vegas as part of a deal reached when John McCain was passing a bill which aimed to ban betting on all amateur sports. Sportsbooks in Vegas formed a deal which would allow betting on college sports but banned betting on all other amateur competitions.
However, sports fans in Vegas will be pleased to hear that as of this year it is now legal to bet on the Olympics Games and bookmakers are now accepting bets on Rio 2016. Casinos are hoping that this will bring them a financial boost during the summer when there aren’t many sporting events taking place