Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Murakami winner – if the players get to choose – Expressen

THREE-IN-peak candidates according to the bookmakers


1) Ngugi Wa Thiong’o 4:50.

2) Haruki Murakami 5:50.

3) Svetlana Aleksijevitj 7:00.

Coming: John Le Carré 51:00.


1) Haruki Murakami 4:50.

2) Ngugi Wa Thiong’o 5:00.

3) Svetlana Aleksijevitj 7:00.

Coming: Cormac McCarthy 30:00.


1) Ngugi Wa Thiong’o 3:75.

2) Haruki Murakami 4:50.

3) Svetlana Aleksijevitj and Ismail Kadare 8:00.

Coming: Salman Rushdie 40:00.

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Want to bet – Thiong’o or Murakami wins the Nobel Prize in Literature.

morning at 13 steps of the Swedish Academy Peter Englund out through the door and tells.

But even now the betting is in full swing.

In recent years, Ladsbrokes, Betsson, Unibet and several other gaming companies let customers play the Nobel laureate in literature.

No exception this year.

Expressen has compiled the odds of a series of known authors, who often predicted to be Nobel Laureates.

Ladbrokes is Kenyan Ngugi Wa Thiong’o (with a Swedish son) toe top with odds of 4:50, followed by the Japanese writer Haruki Murakami at 5:50 . He has been in discussions for many years and no one would be surprised if the Academy’s permanent secretary, Peter Englund proclaims his name.

Betson rating include Haruki Murakami (5.50) and Ngugi Wa Thiong’o (5 : 00).

The same thing on the Unibet where Murakami odds on Wednesday evening was at 4:50 and at 3:75 Thiong’os.

There are of course many more famous writers on the three gaming companies’ lists, Bob Dylan, for example. His odds are 30 (Betson) and 26) Ladbrokes.

The Syrian poet Adonis also tend to occur in the reasoning. Now he gets to 10:00 and 11:00 Betson at Ladbrokes.

The Biggest Bang would be understood if the Briton John Le Carré would come in from the cold – the odds are 51:00 at Ladbrokes …


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