2010 World Cup Odds has Spain as a Favorite to Win the Title


World Cup OddsThe selection of Spain has not played its first game at the newly opened 2010 World Cup odds, but to the bookmakers in Las Vegas is the favorite to win the title of champion. Spain is placed in the betting with 3.5 to 1 as the top contender for the title of new world champion, while Brazil placed second with 4-1.

The selection of Argentina, with its star midfielder Lionel Messi, appears far from the favorite in the gaming world to have a chance of 11-2. Although the sport of football (soccer) in the United States is still very popular, the arrival of 2010 World Cup betting has taken another major impetus for further growth throughout the country as well as the bookmakers in Las Vegas.

Several reports offered by companies that coordinate betting books that are set through all the casinos and hotels in Las Vegas, show that there is no type of confidence in what we can make the U.S. team itself, which give some opportunities to win 40-1. Despite the lack of confidence they have in the United States national team, who played his sixth consecutive world, we recognize that progress has been made and why it has fallen from 60-1 as it was to begin to open their books to bet.

Neither party as a favorite to get the win on his debut against the England team that exceeds possibilities 2-1 and 6-1 also give the team coached by Italian Fabio Capello in their struggle for winning the championship. Although the bets made during the World Cup betting do not exceed those recorded for normal college basketball game or the National Football League (NFL), the shops that specialize in Las Vegas have confirmed to have increased by 20 30 percent compared to 2006. Another positive factor for the global football gambling houses of Las Vegas is that more and more television channels offered in the United States daily transmission of the matches.

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