Thursday, 7 October 2010

It’s not just cricket.

There’s not a Pakistani or an Indian on the list and its books not sport but still one of the world’s biggest bookmakers fears the fix is in. London-based Ladbrokes has stopped betting on winner of the Man B0oker Prize after a plunge on Tom McCarthy for his book C.
7-10-2010 bookerprizebetting
Elsewhere in the market the action continues and the Crikey Man Booker Prize Election Indicator (the six judges will meet next week to vote on the winner) has McCarthy as a 38% chance of winning. Australian author Peter Carey, one of only two authors to have won the prize twice, in 1988 for Oscar and Lucinda and in 2001 for True History of the Kelly Gang, is second pick with an 18% probability of becoming the only author to have won three times.
7-10-2010 manbookerprizeindicator

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