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19%.

32% of favourites win, 19% of 2nd favourites and 11% of 3rd and 9% of 4th favourites. This comes from a year of calculating so it is spot on.

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I consider myself to be a somewhat decent hearts player and have a win percentage of 45% (varies by a point or 2 over time).

Not always but can be ie played 10 won 7 lost 3 win/loss ratio 7:3 Winning games 70% Losing games 30%

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Win can be intransitive (no object): What was the result of the match? We won. Win can also be transitive (have an object), Beat (as a verb) MUST have an object. One can WIN a game, a match, a debate, an argument Once can BEAT the other team, the opponent

ftw stands for 'for the win'

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Since all dogs are favuored by someone and there are 8 dogs per race, then the percentage of favourites that win races is 12.5%.

Favorites win, on average, 33% of the time in horse racing.

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Probably the Undertaker. Undertaker is one of the favorites to win the WWE Royal Rumble event that will happen in the year 2011. He and other 39 superstars will compete in the event but the Undertaker is one of the favorites to win the event.

The favourites this year to win were Greece and Norway! And Norway managed to win!!

The standard win % for favorites--and it holds true year in and year out--is right around 33% so, by deduction, favorites lose approx 66% of the time.

Yes he will return and Probably win it too. Undertaker is one of the favorites to win the WWE Royal Rumble event that will happen in the year 2011. He and other 39 superstars will compete in the event but the Undertaker is one of the favorites to win the event.

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They are amongst the favorites, but there is a lot of football still to be played.