Clipping:Betting with advance knowledge
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|Date||Saturday, September 19, 1868|
[from answers to correspondents] In the match between Athletics and Atlantics at Philadelphia, A–after receiving score by telegraph–bets B that the Athletics would win the game. B accepts the bet and puts up money, then accuses A of knowing what the score was before betting. A denies knowing the score, at first, but afterwards acknowledges that he knew the score. Can he claim the stakes? B claimed it was a draw, on account of his denying that he knew the score and afterwards acknowledging he did. ... If A did not use any deceit before the bet was made then he wins.
|Source||New York Clipper|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|