Thu 12/06/2014 - 11:35 EDT
Bodog World Cup Rush Steals US Open Golf Championship Spotlight
Worlds are colliding, in more ways than one, and that’s a very good thing for fans of online sports betting. Already absorbed in compelling NHL and NBA Championship action, the 2014 FIFA World Cup and US Open Golf tournaments get added into the mix today. Toss in MLB action and the UFC 174 fights being held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, and the next four days could very well be the busiest Championship style betting period in history.
World Cup Rush: Brazil & Argentina power South America
Bodog is in the Championship spirit as they are offering their famous “World Cup Rush” betting promotion. Simply place a wager of $25 or more during each of the 25 days of the tournament to score a $100 cash bonus! Sitting in the top two spots on the Bodog betting board, Brazil (Group A) and Argentina (Group F) just may be on a collision course to an all South American World Cup Final match-up. Host country Brazil opens the tournament vs Croatia today while Argentina will see their first action on Sunday when they battle Bosnia and Herzegovina. Led by Lionel Messi, one of the best soccer players ever, Argentina gets a 200 unit backing as our World Cup Champion pick.
2014 FIFA World Cup – Top Ten Bodog Betting Favorites
US Open Golf: Star studded field receives a little less attention
With billions of fans following the World Cup from various locations across the planet, the US Open will receive a little less attention than it’s accustomed to this weekend. That doesn’t take away from the fact that a wide open star studded field will compete in 114th U.S. Open which is slated for June 12–15, 2014, at the No. 2 Course of the Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina. For the US Open full field list of odds, plus NBA, NHL, MLB and UFC weekend wagering options, please visit the sportsbook at Bodog. It’s amazing time in the world of sports betting.
114th U.S. Open Golf Tournament – Bodog Sportsbook Top 20 Prices
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