The Bookies have spoken

Matabele

Journey Man
2006 NRL betting:

$4.60 St George Illawarra;
$6 Parramatta;
$7.50 Sydney Roosters;
$10 North Queensland, Wests Tigers;
$11 Newcastle;
$12 Brisbane, Bulldogs;
$17 Penrith;
$21 Manly;
$26 Cronulla, Melbourne, Souths;
$41 New Zealand Warriors;
$61 Canberra.
 

The Wheel

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Premium Member
Hopefully Parra dissappear again into the dust like they did after their 2001 disaster.
 

Dan

Kim Jong Dan
Staff member
Administrator
Tipping Member
the bookies must have forgotten that the tooiiiiiigers have handbag harris next year
 

PJ

Bencher
I'd be interested to compare the above with last years market.
The spread would've been alot bigger last year.
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
compare the price of the premierships winner last year as well - im sure the tigers were further out than us
 

PJ

Bencher
Me think's the closeness of this years competition has scared the bookies.
If not it's atleast given them an excuse to give ****house odds.
 

ManlyBacker

Winging it
Me think's the closeness of this years competition has scared the bookies.
If not it's atleast given them an excuse to give ****house odds.
Spot on PJ. Current books are running at 144 to 145%. That means if you put an amount on each team to win $100 it would cost you $144 to cover all of them. Usually a bookie margin runs at 20% for a sporting event, quite a bit less when competition is high.
 

PJ

Bencher
That's interesting...
I'm sure all the bookies were thrilled to bits when the salary cap came in!
 

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