Monday, 9 September 2019

Closing Kambi Odds For Tonight's KOTR Semi-Final

Kambi's betting market, in which customers could place bets on who will win the King of the Ring semi-final on tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, was closed at 5:00PM BST this evening.

The closing favourite was Baron Corbin, who was 13/10 when the market was first installed last week.

As you can see in the table below, the favourite was backed into 23/20 by Saturday afternoon and was then lowered to 4/5 before midday on Sunday.

His price went down to the closing 4/6 sometime between 10:30AM and 4:00PM BST today.


Date/Time
Corbin
Ricochet
Joe
4/9 3:20PM
13/10
7/5
2/1
7/9 2:30PM
23/20
11/20
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8/9 12:00PM
4/5
5/4
11/4
9/9 10:30AM
"
23/20
11/2
9/9 4:00PM
4/6
13/10
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The market for the second semi-final - which is set for tomorrow night's Smackdown - was also taken down this evening.

Chad Gable was a 1/3 favourite when I last checked in at 4:00PM BST today. He had started off at 1/4, but was moved up on Thursday when Elias was snipped from 5/2 into 2/1.


Date/Time
Chad Gable
Elias
4/9 3:20PM
1/4
5/2
5/9 11:30AM
1/3
2/1
9/9 4:00PM
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With Corbin and Gable favourites to win their respective semi-finals, 'Corbin .vs. Gable' to be Sunday's final was at the top of the 'Exact Combination of Finalists' market. The selection was 33/20 for days, but was lowered to 9/10 sometime between yesterday lunchtime and this morning. 

It wasn't the only selection that was shortened in this period as the option to bet on a Ricochet .vs. Chad Gable final was taken down to 33/20 from 7/4.

The other possible outcomes were increased. You can view these adjustments in the table below.

King of the Ring 2019 Betting - Exact Combination Of Finals

One thing I did this morning was have a small wager on 'Samoa Joe .vs. Chad Gable' to be the final as I thought the 23/4 from 13/4 was appealing after seeing Joe mock Gable in a backstage skit on last week's Smackdown. 

It could have been a red herring tease to make you think they'd end up meeting in the final, though. I still can't shake off the thought that we're getting Ricochet versus Elias...

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