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Latest odds from Betfair on 6/12/18

9-4 Snow in Aberdeen on Christmas Day

5-2 Snow in Glasgow on Christmas Day

5-2 Snow in Edinburgh on Christmas Day

4-1 Snow in Manchester on Christmas Day

4-1 Snow in London on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Liverpool on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Leeds on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Dublin on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Norwich on Christmas Day

6-1 Snow in Birmingham on Christmas Day

8-1 Snow in Bristol on Christmas Day

8-1 Snow in Cardiff on Christmas Day

10-3 Snow in Belfast on Christmas Da

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Latest odds from Betfair on 6/12/18

9-4 Snow in Aberdeen on Christmas Day

5-2 Snow in Glasgow on Christmas Day

5-2 Snow in Edinburgh on Christmas Day

4-1 Snow in Manchester on Christmas Day

4-1 Snow in London on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Liverpool on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Leeds on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Dublin on Christmas Day

5-1 Snow in Norwich on Christmas Day

6-1 Snow in Birmingham on Christmas Day

8-1 Snow in Bristol on Christmas Day

8-1 Snow in Cardiff on Christmas Day

10-3 Snow in Belfast on Christmas Da


Those odds clearly show that they're being influenced by the weight of
money rather than the true chances. Not only are they too short
generally, but it makes little sense that they are shorter for London
than for Leeds, Norwich or Birmingham.
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"Hegel was right when he said that we learn from history
that man can never learn anything from history."
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)


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