We recently reported on how a London investment company has set up a sports betting hedge fund. Turns out it was the brainchild of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who decided he had better things to do. Since then Centaur investments has taken up the running, launched unique software and created Galileo, whose success apparently relies on taking the emotion out of sports betting. Hold on, where’s the fun in that? Well, they reckon assets will grow to $100 million in two years. And, apparently, you can have a lot of fun with that. Just ask Tiger Woods. Read more.