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for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer?

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for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer?

Postby FurTrader » 11 Jan 2012, 23:28

for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer? (as in which one's victory/defeat will maximize their profits?)

Disclaimer: AFAIK, it is still illegal(or frowned upon?) to bet on such things in Taiwan.... :)
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Re: for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer?

Postby Tempo Gain » 11 Jan 2012, 23:36

I heard even money last week, Ma down from early favoritism.
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Re: for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer?

Postby FurTrader » 11 Jan 2012, 23:43

Tempo Gain wrote:I heard even money last week, Ma down from early favoritism.


for a big pay day, one probably has to be insane enough to put money down on Soong? :D :D :D :D :D
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Re: for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer?

Postby Tempo Gain » 12 Jan 2012, 13:07

Actually just saw an article from Jan 4 that Ma was favored by 200,000 votes.

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Re: for bookies in Taiwan, which candidate do they prefer?

Postby Belgian Pie » 12 Jan 2012, 16:32

Betting is controlled by gangsters, and gangsters are kept in check by the KMT ... so, who do you think they prefer? :ponder:
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