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World Cup 2010 Breeds Biggest Sports Bets in History, by Greg Tingle - 2nd June 2010

This years World Cup is shaping up to be the biggest gambling event in history. Media Man and Gambling911 check out the field with this special report...

Potentially billions, likely multi millions, will be wagered n the 2010 World Cup. AUD, CAN, FR, DE, al... all four corners of the world.

The timing of the games and the super marketing and media machine is tipped to drive the massive betting. Cafe's from South Africa, to Vegas, South America, Bondi Beach and beyond are a buzz with soccer fever, and everyones looking for where the "smart money" is.

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$AU1.5 billion - $AU3 billion turnover

How much illegal betting occurs this year is anyones guess a Media Man spokesperson said.

"This is going to be a massive betting year for us," tells Mr Graham Sharpe, spokesman for Britain-based bookie William Hill.

"Almost by definition, turnover increases exponentially every four years. We are very optimistic that there will be 1 billion or more pounds bet with British bookmakers."

Sharpe points to England's presence in the tournament fueling the bets. He said "even though we expect (England) to go out in the quarterfinal or semifinal as they usually do."

Leading scorers bets remain popular. Who will be ahead at a certain point in a particular game, the time of the first goal scored and the first player to be seriously injured!

"It used to be big to bet on what color David Beckham's hair would be," Sharpe said. "There are easily hundreds and possibly into the thousands of possible bets to make."

Mr Ed Randall, a former casino manager and now a marketing executive in London, has been "gambling since I was old enough to get into betting shops" and expects to make 30 - 40 different wagers, risking a total of about $1000, by the time the tourney is done. He's picking Germany - currently at 14-to-1 odds - to win it all. Spain, at 4 to 1, is the current favourite.

"For the outright winner, it is more of a gut feeling," he said. "They have a strong defence, talented young midfielders and good scorers. And you can never write off the Germans."

Even at 80 to 1, the "US could do well, too," he added. "It is underrated by a lot of people, especially in England."

Randall is also putting 50 - at 66 to 1 - behind Antonio di Natale of Italy to become the tournament's top scorer.

Australian punters are expected to be in the top 3 betting spend countries.

Readers, as always bet with your head, not over it, and have fun...and No Riots!

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*The writer is a special contributor for Gambling911

*Media Man is primarily a media, publicity and internet portal development company. The gaming sector is just one of a bakers of dozen of industries they cover.


FIFA World Cup 2010 Group Odds Released on Thursday evening released updated FIFA World Cup 2010 group odds as the biggest sporting event of the year quickly approaches in just a matter of days.

Every four years the FIFA World Cup rocks fans the world over and 2010 is no different. As we approach the launch date of June 11 in South Africa, there is a palpable buzz and excitement on just about every street and every pub from New York City to Cape Town and fans are looking for answers. is part of an industry that anticipates taking in billions of dollars in World Cup bets over the course of a one-month period.

Greg Tingle, a special contributor to the website, reports that over a billion dollars will be wagered on the FIFA World Cup 2010 in the United Kingdom alone when all is said and done.

"Soccer is the most popular and fastest growing sport in the world," stated spokesman Reed Richards. "The amount of action in unique visitors to our site is a testament to how passionate these fans are as they log in for the most accurate information, and to show support for their teams."

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Analysts at posted the following odds on group by group stats:

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The Republic of South Africa, also known by other official names, is a country located at the southern tip of the continent of Africa. The South African coast stretches 2,798 kilometres (1,739 mi) and borders both the Atlantic and Indian oceans. To the north of South Africa lie Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, to the east are Mozambique and Swaziland, while the Kingdom of Lesotho is an independent enclave surrounded by South African territory.

Modern human beings have inhabited South Africa for more than 100,000 years. At the time of European contact, its indigenous peoples reflected migrations from other parts of Africa, where new tribes had become dominant. Two major groups were Xhosa and Zulu peoples.

In 1652, a century and a half after the discovery of the Cape Sea Route, the Dutch East India Company founded a refreshment station at what would become Cape Town.[10] Cape Town became a British colony in 1806. European settlement expanded during the 1820s as the Boers (original Dutch, Flemish, German and French settlers) and the British 1820 Settlers claimed land in the north and east of the country. Conflicts arose among the Xhosa, Zulu and Afrikaner groups who competed for territory.

The discovery of diamonds and later gold triggered the conflict known as the Anglo-Boer War, as the Boers and the British fought for the control of the South African mineral wealth. Although the Boers were defeated, the British gave limited independence to South Africa in 1910 as a British dominion. Within the country, anti-British policies among white South Africans focused on independence. During the Dutch and British colonial years, racial segregation was informal. Power was held by the colonists. In the Boer republics and subsequent South African governments, the system became legally institutionalised segregation known as apartheid. They established three classes of racial stratification: whites, coloured (including mixed-race people of European and African origins, as well as Asians, and mixed-race Asians), and blacks, or indigenous natives. Apartheid was established by law in 1948, and additional legislation, such as the Immorality Act outlawing relations among people of different racial groups, hardened the legal boundaries. At the same time, political movements grew internally among indigenous, mixed-race and whites who opposed apartheid. At one time the Communist Party actively supported racial justice.

South Africa achieved its political independence in 1961 when it was declared a republic. The leading National Party legislated for a continuation of apartheid, despite opposition both in and outside of the country.

In 1990 then-president F.W. de Klerk began to dismantle the apartheid legislation In 1994 South Africa held its first democratic election. Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress (ANC) came to power, and the country rejoined the Commonwealth of Nations.

South Africa is known for its diversity in cultures, languages, and religious beliefs. Eleven official languages are recognised in the constitution. English is the most commonly spoken language in official and commercial public life; however, it is only the fifth most-spoken home language. South Africa is ethnically diverse, with the largest Caucasian, Indian, and racially mixed communities in Africa. Although 79.6% of the South African population is Black, this category is neither culturally nor linguistically homogeneous. People within this classification represent a variety of ethnic groups and speak a number of different Bantu languages, nine of which have official status. Midyear 2007, the South African population was estimated at 47.9 million. (Credit: Wikipedia).




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Africa is the world's second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia. At about 30.2 million km² (11.7 million sq mi) including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of the Earth's total surface area and 20.4% of the total land area.

With about 922 million people (as of 2005) in 61 territories, it accounts for about 14.2% of the World's human population. The continent is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Suez Canal and the Red Sea to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. There are 53 countries, including Madagascar and various island groups, associated with the continent.