Although it was probably done for PR purposes it was nonetheless the right thing to do. What’s more Bet365 should get Ferrari to foot the bill. Paddy Power also jumped on the bandwagon but noticeably only paid out on bets up to a maximum of £/€1,000. So in other words, it’ll pay out to those poor punters on principle just as long as it doesn’t cost it any more than about £15,000 in publicity. Read more.
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