Rupert Adams - William Hill
Last quote by Rupert Adams
Lewis is now the red hot favourite (for the title) but with his competitive nature I am sure he will be gutted not to be going head-to-head next year.feedback
Dec 02 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Rupert Adams is associated, including Lewis, title, and nature. Most recently, Rupert Adams has been quoted saying: “What we're betting on is what country the next pope will come from. I mean, once again I think that Europe is probably the likely favourite, because obviously now – depending on how long this papacy is – it will have been a very long time since an Italian cardinal was around.” in the article New pope generates bumper profits for the bookies. An other article where Rupert Adams has been quoted is New Pope odds: Turkson shortens, Bono 1000/1.
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Quotes by Rupert Adams
Mar 15 2013
What we're betting on is what country the next pope will come from. I mean, once again I think that Europe is probably the likely favourite, because obviously now – depending on how long this papacy is – it will have been a very long time since an Italian cardinal was around.feedback
Feb 12 2013
Peter Turkson is the red hot favourite as it stands, he's been backed quite heavily, in from five to three-to-one, which would suggest that some people think that he's a genuine contender. Another that we've seen a fair amount of cash for is Marc Ouellet. We put him in at 16/1 – lots of money – in to second favourite.feedback
Apr 26 2011
So far the most popular bet is that Kate will make Wills wait at the altar, followed by Kate plumping for a train of less than eight feet (2.4 metres).feedback
Oct 20 2004
It's been surprisingly popular. We feel across the industry there could be a five million pound turnover on the US elections. Because Bush and the British government have been working together as allies in Iraq, we've seen the British public backing Bush.feedback
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