Bodog Sports Casino Poker™ has released odds on the upcoming World Poker Tour, World Poker Open.
The World Poker Open, being held at the Horseshoe Casino in Tunica, Mississippi, will host a number of the top ranked poker players in the world, and the first two members of Team Bodog.
"We are very excited to be sending two of our players to a WPT sponsored event, and look forward to seeing them play their game with the best in the world," said Calvin Ayre, Founder and CEO of Bodog.com Sports Casino Poker. “They will be facing off against some of the greatest in the game today, and we feel confident that they will perform to the best of their ability, and represent Bodog.com the best they can.”
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With Daniel Negreanu capturing another player of the year award, he is currently pegged as the favorite for to win the WPT World Poker Open. Negreanu is listed at 25/1 odds. Right behind Negreanu are three of the best in the game with Men "The Master" Nguyen, Gus Hansen and John Juanda all sitting at 30/1. Barry Greenstein, Phil Ivey, Scott Fischman, Antonio Esfandiari, and poker’s powerhouse female competitor Annie Duke are all listed at 35/1 odds. Howard Lederer and Chris “Jesus” Ferguson are both listed at 40/1, with Chip Reese, Jennifer Harman, Erick Lindgren and Sammy Farha sitting at 45/1 odds.
WPT veterans Barry Shulman, Dan Harrington and Doyle Brunson are all positioned at 50/1 odds, with Phil Hellmuth, Erik Seidel and Greg "Fossil Man" Raymer at 55/1 odds. The Boatman clan, Barny and Ross are both listed at 95/1 odds with former World Series of Poker Champion Chris Moneymaker. The long shot option has a deadlock tie between Team Bodog members Terence "Chang83" Liu and John “RedWingFan” Kozlinski. Both players qualified with Bodog.com Poker to represent the company at the WPT World Poker Open in Tunica, Mississippi. Both Team Bodog members are listed at 125/1 odds.
"Our guys are going to be in for some stiff competition, but we all have faith that they will play their game, and at the very least, come away with a great experience," said Calvin Ayre. "We will be building Team Bodog, and sending more and more players to these events.