Wagering on Rio: Your Guide to Vegas’ Wrestling Odds
Betting on sports, if gentlemen’s stakes between friends, or with money money plonked down at correctly licensed and entirely legal sports books, almost always enriches the spectating experience, and the Summer Games of the 31st Olympiad are no exception. There’s no simpler way to leverage your sport pleasure than a well placed bet.
To assist everyone in ratcheting up their Rio viewing experience, I have scoured the web for the best odds offered for your Greco-Roman, Men’s Freestyle and Women’s Freestyle tournaments. Below you will find a minumum of one amateur punter’s pick for every day of competition.
But a few quick caveats. Lots of the sports novels I discovered had chances for wrestlers who won’t be competing at Rio. I am imagining the novels simply pulled the titles and results in the 2015 World Championships and never bothered to double check the Rio entries. Therefore don’t be shocked if all bets become voided as a result.
As I mentioned, I’m a rank amateur. If you suffer pecuniary hardship as a result of my advice, well, bettor beware and so forth. However, should you realize any windfall gains, then I would love a taste. I’m not greedy, mind you, just enough to wet my beak is .
With this out of the way, here is how I’d spend my 100 betting units around the 2016 Olympic wrestling championships.
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