Definition of oddsmaker
: one who figures betting odds
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Del Mar oddsmaker Russ Hudak was set to post the morning-line odds on Thursday and projected that Arrogate would be a 1-5 favorite.
The online gambling site Bovada on Tuesday released over-under win totals for all Division I football teams and oddsmakers appear optimistic both Oregon and Oregon State can improve off 4-8 seasons in 2016.
Oddsmakers immediately were predicting a Steiner/Mathews slaughter, but, in recent days, many are saying, for unknown reasons, that JB and Park very well could pull off the upset.
Thistledown oddsmaker Nick Mascio has installed Girvin the Ohio Derby's 2-1 morning line favorite based on his sparkling record prior to the Louisville debacle.
In fact, oddsmakers appear to be banking on them carrying the Dallas Cowboys to another successful season in 2017.
The color of The Queen's outfit is always a topic of debate in the run-up to the procession, with oddsmakers taking bets -- Tuesday's dress was lime green with matching hat.
The two biggest underdogs in the field, per the oddsmaker, are Cal State Fullerton (39-22) and Texas A&M (41-21).
Oddsmakers in this gambling city understand that, setting the initial line at a whopping 11-1 in Mayweather’s favor.
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