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Synonyms for bettor

one who bets

Synonyms for bettor

someone who bets

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At least 114 bettors who guessed five of the winning numbers each won P9,130.
Indeed, I question whether it is in the interests of bettors, as the methodology of disclosure will surely allow betting companies to manipulate odds in their favour until they can gauge whether a wind operation has been successful.
It should be noted that in parimutuel betting markets, odds are automatically driven by betting volume, so biases are a direct consequence of bettor actions.
There are three other finals with the first, the Back and Lay at Bettor.
Tropical Park is no more, the nearby Hialeah Race Track is no more, and race tracks all over the country are really hurting for people, let alone the $2 bettor.
For the 5054 games played during six seasons and all odds lines, the average payoff to the underdog bettor was -0.
Weak-form efficiency requires relatively simple bettor behavior: they must be able to recognize the potential for abnormal profits.
The standard profile of a spread bettor has and will continue to change over time.
Alexander Balutan, PCSO general manager, said the still unidentified bettor hit the six-digit winning combination 05- 39-37-30-04-23, which had a total jackpot of P26,070,597.
The big bettors are putting their money on Mayweather, who is 49-0 as a pro.
When the pool grows, say because of the activities of a computer-assisted bettor, the house immediately benefits.
Palace travel to West Ham today and while I have only positive feelings for West Ham, as a bettor with no money on the game I have to say: I hope you win, Alan.
You and three of your friends will be Drumbo's special guests in the Bettor.
2) We wish to note these data contain a single season for the NBA and NHL, which we believe will shed insight on how bettors behave, but may still be too short a time frame to capture all of the intricacies of bettor behavior.
The modus operation of the suspects was to tamper the sales report to make it appear that a bettor or bettors won the draw.