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Bet on Whether Warren Beatty or Faye Dunaway Announce the Wrong Winner for Best Picture Again

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Mar/03/2018

Last year presenter Warren Beatty announced the wrong film for Best Picture and now he is back for redeption along side co-presenter Faye Dunaway. 

The folks at Bookmaker.eu are rather confident the same mistake won't be repeated.  They are offering odds of +2000 that there is another goof.  The payout would be $2000 for every $100 bet or $200 for every $10 bet.

Last year Beatty read off the wrong film as the Best Picture winner.  Beatty and Dunaway are Hollywood legends and cannot be faulted for the gaffe as it was later revealed Beatty had been provided with the wrong envelope.

USA Today notes that the Academy has taken steps to ensure that this very avoidable mistake will never happen again — by replacing the two accountants responsible for handing Beatty the wrong envelope and adding a third set of eyes to fully prevent another miscue.

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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