ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, Nov. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- BetWWTS.com, a leading
offshore gaming company, suspended wagering on ABC's The Bachelor earlier this
week following a deluge of wagers on one of the remaining bachelorettes.
Suspicions were aroused when the company began receiving up to nine new
account applications per minute originating from the bachelor's hometown of
Springfield, Missouri, beginning on October 31, all of which placed bets on
the same woman. Aaron Buerge, the bachelor, it seems is not the only person
who knows the answer to the question all of America is asking.
Of the money placed on The Bachelor bet offer, over 60 percent originated
from Springfield, Missouri, and was all placed on the same bachelorette.
Management discovered the consistency of the bets and their origin earlier
this week when the decision was taken to suspend wagering on the show.
"In the past few days we have seen an abnormal amount of maximum limit
wagers originating from the hometown of the bachelor, all of which were
backing the same woman and forced us to suspend the betting on the show," said
Buck Churchill, chief bet manager of BetWWTS.com. "Next week's episode of the
show is entitled 'The Women Tell All!', but as we see it perhaps a better
title would be 'The Bachelor's Friends Tell All!'."
BetWWTS.com (World Wide Tele-Sports) is the foremost offshore gaming
company offering both Internet and telephone wagering to its worldwide
customers. Fully licensed and regulated in St. John's, Antigua since 1994,
BetWWTS.com offers a complete range of online casino games and more than 150
betting options daily through its portfolio of companies -- BetWWTS.com, Post-
Time.com, BetP2P.com and WiseGuyCasino.com. With over 10 years of experience,
BetWWTS.com has become one of the most respected companies in the gaming
industry by providing unparalleled 24/7 customer support and timely payouts.
BetWWTS.com receives over $1 billion in wagers annually and provides a secure
environment for sports and casino wagering. BetWWTS.com has been featured in
numerous media outlets, including USA Today, The Economist, ESPN, Associated
Press, New York Daily News, New York Post and HBO's Real Sports With Bryant
Gumble among others.