My anthem recently has been Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born singing that perhaps it’s time to let the old ways perish, yet here I am, driving the Ben Franklin Bridge on a Sunday, just like I used to when I needed a bottle of wine and the State Stores were closed.
Nowadays, Pennsylvania sells wine on Sunday, along with the gasoline costs have equalized, but I’m headed to Cherry Hill since you must physically be in New Jersey to do what I am doing today — gambling on the Oscars, which is legal this season for its first (and possibly last) time.
I start the software app which I downloaded for this very purpose, double-check the Oscar chances, and set $35 on Black Panther to triumph, since specialists have explained to me that it is inefficient to wager to a heavy favorite like Roma, or even a prohibitive long shot like Vice, but there’s potential value in picking a well-positioned longer-odds candidate like Black Panther.
I have heard a lot of about betting on the Oscars in the last few days, but I’ve questions: Why did this betting service only tell me I could not wager more than $35 to triumph?
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