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    Tiger vs. Phil

    Tiger vs. Phil pay-per-view price set at $19.99- Day after Thanksgiving.

    If it was on for free I would record it and watch it later in the evening (we have a family tradition of of watching old Christmas movies that day). Paying 19.99 not so much.

    Winner takes all-$9M.

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    I know a little bit about Tiger and Phil.

    the latter guy - he has blown many millions gambling in Las Vegas. (well, Tiger, too, but he'd have to work harder to blow his stockpile.)

    I remember back in the 1980s, I knew a tennis promoter who put on an exhibition. two VERY famous male players.
    here was the deal, he told me: I don't care who wins the first set, and I don't care who wins the match.
    but whomever wins the first set for damn sure ain't winning the second set. the men agreed.

    would be interesting to see if any Vegas books are dumb enough to have an "over under" on what hole they finish the match play on (hint: it will be quite close to 18, unless they have something else cooked up on the side).

    if you walk by a TV with a sucker who paid for it and they are even after 15 holes, you might well see some stellar golf at that point.
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