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I have seen answers that range from 75% to 85%, but you can't go by those kinds of odds. Odds in Baseball are completely different than, say, Poker or craps. With poker, you always have 52 cards in a deck and the number never changes. With craps, the dice faces never change.

In baseball, your odds are determined by the abilities of at least six (Pitcher, Catcher, Batter 1, Batter 2, Batter 3, Base Runner on second) and up to thirteen (the remaining fielders) or more (Batter 4 if one of the other batters is walked) players.

Just some factors:

Is the pitcher on his "A" game? And even if so, is he an ace or mediocre?

The batting averages of the upcoming batters.

Are any of those batters hot or cold?

If NL, Will the pitcher be batting?

What are the fielding percentages of the players behind the pitcher?

Will the pitcher intentionally walk the next batter to try and create a force-out situation?

Q: What are the odds of a runner on second scoring with no outs in the ninth?

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A runner on first base with no outs has a 43 percent chance of scoring; a runner on second base with one out, say one who has been advanced there by a sacrifice bunt, has only a 45 percent chance of scoring. So the sacrifice increases the chance by only 2 percent! A runner who successfully steals second base with no outs, however, has a 60 percent chance of scoring a run-decidedly better odds.

About 1 in 1,000 which he acually did recently score.

I would go with the player that leads the league in scoring at the end of the season because that is what they have been going with for a while now.

There is no "official' list of odds anywhere. At each track the handicapper(s) take their best guess and these are the odds printed in the program. But the betters set the real odds with their bets. The more money bet on a horse, the shorter the odds. Basically, at the track, all the money bet goes into a pool. The taxman and the track take their cut and what is left is the money that can be won. There is a sum of money (a pool) for first, a pool for second and a pool for third. A bet for second pays if the horse comes first or second. A bet for third pays if the horse finishes first or second or third. Bets with off track bookies are different. You are quoted odds at the time you place your bet and regardless of what else happens, if you win, you get paid at those odds.

A second store is where people can purchase gently used clothing, furniture, and other odds and ends.

completely at odds and failed to come to a consensus

They used workers at low prices

2nd because you have some pieces on the board to work with.

Odds of rolling seven once (2 dice) is 1:6, twice in a row, odds are 1:36. The reason is- the first die can be any number, but the second die must be a particular number. For example, if the first die is 6, then the second die has to be 1 to make 7. When an event occurs twice, and the two events are unrelated, then you can multiply the odds together= 1/6 * 1/6 = 1/36.

N-Dubz's second album is called Against All Odds.

The odds of hitting 2 straights in a row at 5 card stud is about 5%. Since the deck is reshuffled between deals, the two hands are sequentially unrelated, so the odds of two deals with two straights is simply th odds of one times the odds of another. In order to draw a straight, you need to draw an ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, or a 10, jack, queen, king, ace, assuming that ace can be high or low. The odds of drawing one of these cards is 10 in 13, but you have 5 chances to do so, so the odds of drawing the first card is 50 in 13. The odds of drawing the second card is 39 in 51, but you have 4 chances to do so, so the odds of drawing the second card is 156 in 51. Similarly, the odds of drawing the third, fourth, and fifith card is 38 in 50, 37 in 49, and 36 in 48. Multiply these odds and you get 19,740,240 in 77,968,800. Reducing that to lowest terms, you get 246,753 in 1,112,110, which is the odds of drawing a straight. The numeric value of the odds is 0.22187823146990855221156180593646, or about 22% Square that and you get 60,887,043,009 in 1,236,788,652,100. That is aready in lowest terms, so that is the odds of drawing two sequential straights. The numeric value of the odds is 0.049229949600214317813758989938262, or about 5%.

There are a few options that are available to see betting odds. This would greatly depend on what odds one is interested in viewing, but one can find betting odds on sites such as Odds Checker, Odds Portal and Odds Shark.