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2013 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Betting Odds Online

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Jul/03/2013
2013 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Betting Odds Online

It’s that time of year and the 2013 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest betting odds are now available online at BetOnline here.

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For anyone thinking they can get rich overnight with a Joey Chestnut bet, you’ll be sadly mistaken.

Chestnut requires a $100 wager just to win $1.  Ouch!!!!  And since the maximum on these types of bets tend to be just $100, well….

Wagering on Chestnut not to win pays $60 on a $10 bet.

The bet you want to place is on the OVER/UNDER number of hot dogs eaten by the winner.

63.5 is the magic number and both the OVER/UNDER would pay slightly less than even odds.

Last year, Chestnut won his sixth consecutive title by consuming a record-tying 68 hot dogs and buns (HDBs) in ten minutes.

The eating kicks off at 12:30 pm EDT.  Ratings on ESPN have doubled to two million in the last decade with the live broadcast each 4th of July.

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Odds to Win the 2013 World Series at BetOnline

Detroit Tigers - 7/1
St. Louis Cardinals - 8/1
Atlanta Braves - 10-1
Oakland Athetics - 8/1
Cincinnati Reds - 10/1
Boston Redsox - 10/1
Baltimore Orioles - 15/1
Pittsburgh Pirates - 13/1
Toronto Blue Jays - 15/1

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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