Proof that Bigfoot/Yeti exists (+10,000)
Think the NBA is fixed or that the books control the outcome of every game? If you're buying into those conspiracies, maybe you'd like to wager on these as well. William Hill is offering props on the great mysteries of the world - like does Bigfoot exist?
Tasmanian Tiger authenticated (+10,000)
This weirdo dog with tiger stripes was wiped out in the 20th century, but people report seeing the Thylacine - its technical name - as recent as 1997. Our favorite hook with this prop is that cloning the Taz Tiger doesn't count, and neither does painting stripes on your beagle.
Pope confirms second coming (+25,000)
The last thing I'm worried about is collecting my prop wagers when Jesus comes a-callin'. But, if you want to go out a winner, you can get the Rapture at +25,000 - the same price tag on the Toronto Raptors to win the NBA Championship.
Loch Ness Monster exists (+33,300)
We love how Bigfoot is only paying out +10,000 but Nessie is coming off at a cool +33,300. I guess being confined to one lake in Scotland narrows the odds more than all the forests in the world. Whatever, we know value when we see it...
Elvis is alive (+50,000)
The King is paying out at way above the mythical beasts. And apparently, he's been kicking around for a while - according to the Weekly World News. Perhaps we'll use our winnings to get one of those awesome seeing-eye squirrels!
Proof of alien life (+100,000)
Out of all these whacky props, the alien one seems the most plausible. However, oddsmakers have tied this one into the 2012 Summer Olympics for some reason, stating a "RAF spokesman must officially confirm the current existance of extra-terrestrial origin seen over the Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony." And you thought the Olympic speed-walking rules were difficult to understand.
2/5/2014 11:56:00 AM
Hottest Women at the 2014 Sochi Olympics
Before these ladies get all bundled up for their Winter Olympic events, we thought you should see what they look like underneath all those snow suits and ski masks. Check out the hottest women at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games and their odds to win their respective events.
1/15/2014 12:24:00 PM
Top Grossing Movie For 2014 Prop Odds
The lineup for blockbuster movies in 2014 is packed with comic book heroes, movies based on toys, and book-to-film adaptations. But which one will be the top grossing flick of the year? Check out the odds for 2014 biggest moneymaking movie.
11/20/2013 1:20:00 PM
Hockey Heartbreakers: NHL Ice Girls
The NHL Ice Girl is one of the most underrated cheerleaders in sports. Not only is she getting the fans fired up and giving us something nice to look at but she's actually putting in work, clearing the ice. Here's a look the sexiest girls to wield a shovel.
12/3/2013 10:06:00 AM
FHM Sexiest Woman 2014 Prop Odds
It's almost that time again. We take a look at the favorites to win FHM's Sexiest Woman of 2014 honor and their prop odds, courtesy of WilliamHill.com.
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1* Free Play “under” Red Sox/Orioles.RED HOT CAPPER DOMINATING ALL SPORTS: AAA is currently DOMINATING three major sports right now! He opened the NBA Playoffs with a BIG 10* winner and is now a MASSIVE 146-116 +$21,820 Y-T-D in the Association! He's 4-2 in the NHL Playoffs, over +$21,000 Y-T-D on the ice! He's also over +$10,000 Y-T-D in MLB! WOW!
This is the Sunday night ESPN game and I believe this one sets up as a classic pitchers duel. The Orioles will send Ubaldo Jimenez (0-3, 7.31 ERA) to the hill to face the Red Sox. Jimenez has had a poor start to the season but this is the perfect opponent for the struggling starter to get untracked against; the Red Sox have been inconsistent at the plate this season, so this is Jimenez’s moment to start turning things around. Boston's Jake Peavy (0-0, 1.93) is unbeaten in his last 10 regular-season starts, going 3-0 with a 3.17 ERA. He struck out eight and gave up one run in six innings in Tuesday’s 2-1 road loss to the Chicago White Sox. Peavey has pitched well against the Orioles with 3.15 ERA and 2-0 record. Baltimore’s best hitter in Chris Davis is 2 for 17 with eight strikeouts against Boston this year and hitless in five at-bats versus Peavy. Keep in mind that the lower number is 3-1 in Boston games when the total number is set at either 9 or 9.5. Also, the Red Sox have seen the total go “under” the number in six of nine vs. divisional opponents this year. Four of five games between these two teams this season (including last night’s game) saw the lower number hit. I believe the stage is once again set for a lower-scoring affair. How about you? Pitchers duel or slugfest?
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