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    http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/news?s ... &type=lgns

    LONDON (AP)—Odds listed by British bookmakers on the bidding race for the 2016 Olympics:

    Ladbrokes


    Chicago, 8-11

    Rio de Janeiro, 11-4

    Tokyo, 5-1

    Madrid, 8-1

    Coral


    Chicago, 4-5

    Rio de Janeiro, 12-5

    Tokyo, 5-1

    Madrid, 10-1

    William Hill


    Chicago, 8-11

    Rio de Janeiro, 11-4

    Tokyo, 5-1

    Madrid, 8-1

    Betfair


    Chicago, 4-5

    Rio de Janeiro, 9-4

    Tokyo, 6-1

    Madrid, 13-1

  • #2
    I think Tokyo gets bounced on the first round, Madrid the second, then Rio beats Chicago in the final.

    I can't imagine its not going three rounds.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by gh
      I think Tokyo gets bounced on the first round, Madrid the second, then Rio beats Chicago in the final.

      I can't imagine its not going three rounds.
      Oh gh, How wrong can you be? It will be Chicago.

      I will even bet a Fuller's ESB at the Elephant and Castle on Adams St.

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      • #4
        I've applied Somebody's Law Of Wagering here: you bet against what you really want to win, then you're happy no matter the outcome!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Conor Dary
          Fuller's ESB at the Elephant and Castle on Adams St.
          How long have you been keeping this place a secret!!!! You need to share this kind of info more often.

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          • #6
            i think it's all about chicago versus rio...

            the key is what happens to the tokyo and madrid voters, whether they go rio...or not....

            rio or chicago, where would gh have more fun....??

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            • #7
              Or which ditty would you rather have running through your brain, Rio by the sea-o or that toddlin' town?

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              • #8
                wonder what the odds on allyson vs sanya at 400m on home turf???

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                • #9
                  who's older. that's 7 years away

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dj
                    Or which ditty would you rather have running through your brain, Rio by the sea-o or that toddlin' town?
                    Ever since I saw a Chicago promo vehicle using the fountain that opens Married With Children the city is stuck with "Love & Marriage" in my brain!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by gh
                      Originally posted by dj
                      Or which ditty would you rather have running through your brain, Rio by the sea-o or that toddlin' town?
                      Ever since I saw a Chicago promo vehicle using the fountain that opens Married With Children the city is stuck with "Love & Marriage" in my brain!
                      I guess that's better than "Tokyo Nights" by the Bee Gees!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by az2004
                        who's older. that's 7 years away
                        Sanya will be 31 and Allyson will be 30! Michael johnson pr-ed at 32!

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                        • #13
                          To be precise, Richards is 265 days older.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by az2004
                            LONDON (AP)—Odds listed by British bookmakers on the bidding race for the 2016 Olympics:
                            Ladbrokes
                            Rio de Janeiro, 11-4
                            Originally posted by gh
                            Rio beats Chicago in the final.
                            A year and a half ago I got Rio at 7:1 odds and bet $100. I RARELY bet, but taking gh's law above, I was also betting that Chicago would win if Rio didn't, so I'd win both ways.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Daisy
                              Originally posted by Conor Dary
                              Fuller's ESB at the Elephant and Castle on Adams St.
                              How long have you been keeping this place a secret!!!! You need to share this kind of info more often.
                              It has been there about 15 years or so. They also opened one on Wabash St. that serves it hand pumped! But the Adams St. is my usual when I go downtown. It is only 4 blocks from Union Station so I can drink until about 15 minutes til the train leaves.

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