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So the World Cup's over and football season isn't here yet; think there's nothing worth betting on? Well think again buddy. Besides new futures odds for the Miami Heat superteam and updated football lines, there's also the baseball playoff race, the World Series of Poker and Tiger Woods' return to St. Andrews, where he's already won twice.
The biggest event by far is the 139th British Open Championship, which starts Thursday at the Old Course at St. Andrews. On Friday, AL East rivals Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees open a three-game series. And on Saturday, the 2010 World Series of Poker main event wraps up until the fall.
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St. Andrew's hosts the British Open
The 139th British Open Championship, the third of pro golf’s four major tournaments, starts Thursday at the Old Course at St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland (4 am ET, ABC, ESPN). Stewart Cink is the defending champion.
Rays, Yankees clash Friday
The Tampa Bay Rays and the New York Yankees, the top teams in the AL East division, open a key three-game series Friday at Yankee Stadium (8:10 pm ET, FOX). The Rays will start righthander James Shields against Yankees lefty C.C. Sabathia.
WSOP Main Event wraps
The Main Event of the 2010 World Series of Poker wraps up – temporarily – Saturday at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The main event resumes in the fall, when the “November Nine” is broadcast live on ESPN from Nov. 6 to 9.