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The Kings Speech, The Social Network Best Payout Odds for 2011 Best Picture

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Feb/27/2011

BetED.com was offering some of the best payout odds on “Best Picture” for the 2011 Oscars.  Compared to -700 at some online gambling websites, The Kings Speech was listed at -350 at betED.com.   A $35 bet would be required to win $10 (with the $35 refunded should The Kings Speech win). 

“It appears that the line on The Kings Speech is coming down as more of the public is supporting The Social Network,” notes Payton O’Brien, Senior Editor of the Gambling911.com website. 

The Social Network still had very good payout odds at betED.com.  A $10 bet would pay out $35 at betED.com.

Here are your 2011 Best Picture odds:

127 Hours

+4000   

Black Swan

+2500

  Inception

+4000   

The Fighter

+2500

  The Kids Are Alright

+7500   

The Kings Speech

-600   

The Social Network

+350   

Toy Story 3

+7500   

True Grit

+2500

  Winters Bone

+7500

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911

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