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Odds on Pacquiao Drop to -850

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
May/07/2011
Odds on Pacquiao

The good news is that odds on Manny Pacquiao have dropped down to -850 from -900.  The bad news for bettors is that Pacquiao is a tough pill to swallow still having to lay $85 to win $10 or $850 to win $100 at BetDSI.com.  (note that the initial bet is refunded provided Pacquiao wins the bout). 

“We are still going to see money coming in on Pacquiao regardless of the price, especially from his Asian loyalists,” noted Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.

The real value perhaps is on Shane Mosley paying $550 on every $100 bet or $55 on every $10 bet

“Mosley is not an easy opponent," Pacquiao said during the final press conference. “He’s the kind of fighter whom you can’t underestimate.”

Those betting this fight can also wager on the OVER/UNDER number of rounds, which BetDSI.com had set at 11 ½

MANNY PACQUIAO

-

-

-850

90126



SHANE MOSLEY

-

-

+550

7:00 PM

90127



MANNY PACQUIAO

-

o11½+145

-

90128



SHANE MOSLEY

-

u11½-175

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Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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