Fantasy Apprentice Results | 10th December 2014

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NOW for something completely different on WeLoveBetting. A chance to win a £10 Free Bet by placing ‘bets’ on BBC1 programme The Apprentice. Adam Hunter was our winner last week, will you be king of the boardroom this week?

The Apprentice | Wednesday 21:00 | BBC1

We’re giving you a fictional £100 betting bank to use on Wednesday night’s edition of The Apprentice. This week you must place your bets before the show starts as there will be no in:play coverage.

We’ll be posting odds on who will get fired and other markets before the show. Your job is to make as much profit from your £100 bank as possible. The player who makes the most profit will win the £10 Free Bet.

Winning Markets

Disgusting – 16/1

Katie to be fired – 5/1

Sanjay to be fired – 2/1

Strategy – 6/4

Mmmm – 5/4

More than one firing – 1/5

Profitable Players

Bryan Braidwood – £1600*

James Gillan – £1600*

C.Owen – £1240

Louis Ross – £750

Martin Hutton – £500

Ben Crellin – £500

Jamie Smith – £475

Dominic Brosnan – £340

Birkbeck Brad – £310

Matthew Glazier – £200

R Rose – £200

Tom Laneystain – £170

James O’Rourke – £50

* Bryan Braidwood and James Gillan enter a tiebreak on Thursday night.

Rules

  1. The opening odds will be posted on Wednesday afternoon.
  2. This week there will be no in:play betting updates.
  3. You must place your bet(s) before the show starts at 21:00.
  4. Betting closes at 21:00. This will be indicated by a tweet from the WeLoveBetting account.
  5. To register your bet(s) please just tweet us @WeLoveBettingUK.
  6. You can place as many bets as you like during this period as long as your overall stake does not exceed £100.
  7. The player with the most profit after the firing(s) wins the £10 Free Bet.
  8. In the event of a tie, we will hold a tiebreaker challenge on Thursday.
  9. You must be a follower of WeLoveBetting to win the £10 Free Bet.
  10. WeLoveBetting have the final say on the winning player.
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