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(The Spread) – As 2012 World Series of Poker events roll on, oddsmakers have released odds and prop wagers for this year’s event.

Which one of these past champions will last longer in the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event? Jonathan Duhamel and Pius Heinz have the same 3/1 odds, respectively, while Joe Cada and Peter Eastgate are 7/2, respectively, and Jerry Yang is the long shot at 4/1.

How old will the winner be of the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event on the day of the final hand? The odds for “27 years or older” are -155 while the odds for “26 years, 364 days and younger” are +125.

Who will last longer in the 2012 World Series of Poker Main event between these players? Howard Lederer is 3/2 while Chris ‘Jesus’ Ferguson is 7/4 and Russ Hamilton is 2/1. In a separate prop, Daniel Negreanu is favored at -130 to outlast Annie Duke, who is -110, while Viktor Blom (Isildur1) and Tom Dwan (Durrr) are both -120. Doyle Brunson is also -120 to outlast Johnny Chan, who is -120.

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How many US-born players will be part of the 2012 November Nine? The over/under has been set at 5.5, while the over has odds of -130 and the under has odds of -110. And for the prop, “Will any of the 2011 November Nine make it in the 2012 Final Table of the 2012 World Series Main Event,” the odds for “Yes” are 10/1 while the odds for “No” are 1/25.

Will a former Main Event winner make the final table of the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event? The odds for “Yes” are 7/1 while the odds for “No” are 1/15. And how long will the final woman last in the 2012 World Series Main Event, the “Final 40 players” has odds of -110 while “41st or worse” is -130.

What will be the country of birth of the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion? The USA is -150 while “Rest of the world” has odds of +120. And will a 2012 World Series of Poker Bracelet winner make it to the final table of the 2012 World Series Main Event? The odds for “Yes” are 5/1 while the odds for “No” are 1/10.

Finally, what will be the winning/final hand of the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event? The odds for “2 pair or better” are -130 while the odds for “1 pair or lower” are -110.

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