Is 1/10 better or worse odds than 2/1?
Looking at, 55th Emmy Awards - Sept. 21, 2003 (8 pm) - Outstanding Lead Actor (Comedy) Odds, it's hard for me to tell:
Bernie Mac - (Emmy) 1/10It looks like the most likely to win are listed at the top of the list.
Tony Shalhoub - (Emmy) 2/1
Larry David - (Emmy) 5/2
Matt LeBlanc - (Emmy) 4/1
Ray Romano - (Emmy) 6/1
Eric McCormack - (Emmy) 12/1
Did I miss the class in school that taught this?
I never spent much time at the track.
This site also has odds on the Governor of California Special Election 2003.
Georgy Russell makes the list at 100/1!
My friend Bob explains the odds:
1/10 is about as bad as it gets (As a matter of fact, by law (inHe spent his youth at the track.
Massachusetts at least), they cannot go lower than 1/5). If you put up a
dollar, they'll put up a dime (For every 10 you put up, they put up 1).
As far as 2/1 goes, you put up a dollar and they'll put up two (not bad).