Oscars odds: Betting on the Academy Awards is now legal in New Jersey, so I tried it
My anthem recently has been Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born singing which maybe it is time to let the old ways die, yet here I am, driving over the Ben Franklin Bridge on a Sunday, just like I used to if I wanted a bottle of wine and the State Stores were closed.
Nowadays, Pennsylvania sells wine Sunday, and the gasoline costs have equalized, but I am led to Cherry Hill since you must physically be in New Jersey to do what I am doing now — gambling on the Oscars, that is legal this season for the first (and possibly last) time.
I open the software app which I downloaded for this very purpose, double-check the Oscar odds, and set $35 on Black Panther to win, since experts have explained to me that it’s inefficient to wager on a heavy favorite like Roma, or a prohibitive long shot like Vice, but there’s potential value in picking a well-positioned longer-odds candidate like Black Panther.
I’ve heard a lot of about gambling on the Oscars at the past couple of days, but I have questions: Why did this gambling service just tell me I couldn’t wager more than $35 to win?
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