India defeated New Zealand by 18 runs in the first semifinal of ICC World Cup-2015 on Wednesday. This loss of India has caused major loss to the Delhi-NCR Stockabazar market. According to sources, this defeat has lent 100 crore rupees to bookmakers. Prior to this match all the New Zealanders were predicting the victory of India. India was also considered as a contender for victory, but the Kiwi team turned the dice. India had a price of Rs 4.35 in the speculative market, while New Zealand had a price of 49 rupees. It meant that Kiwi team was defeated.
When India scored 200 runs at the loss of six wickets in the match and Ravindra Jadeja and Mahendra Singh Dhoni were batting, the speculators were playing the game in India, but in the last two overs, the way New Zealand made a comeback, Was spoilt. Dhoni's outburst proved to be the worst for bookmakers, because his entire money was sunk. Those who had invested money on New Zealand, their pockets were full
A bookie Rajiv Singh (fake name) based in Gurudram Sadar Bazar told that, "When the top-3 of India returned to the pavilion on the total score of 5, the betting market was changing. Our hopes were high yesterday, but with India's defeat today, it proved to be the worst news of the World Cup. "He said," Apart from GruruGram, many speculators in Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Delhi arranged for parties in five star hotels. But in the last time everyone had to cancel this. "
A Delhi bookmaker who speculated over New Zealand said, "When India's four wickets fell, I was very happy. I was also very happy when Indian bowlers were not in good form - that's because I had put all the money on New Zealand. I took a big risk and proved to be a lottery. "
A bookie from Ghatabad's Satta Mandi said, "We have lost badly today. Even in the session-of-session betting, we had to suffer a lot, because we had invested money on Dhoni and Jadeja too. "The Delhi Stockabazar was quite high on Tuesday. According to the police estimation, the trade in betting in NCR was above Rs 150 crore.
The difference between winning speculative runs and wickets was felt. At the same time, it was also decided whether India and New Zealand teams could score more than 400 runs together. There was also money on which the bowler would take more than three wickets, who would do this, the spinner or fast bowler. There was also speculation about who would be-Jaspreet Bumrah, Yuvewendra Chahal or Trent Boult and Lucky Ferguson from New Zealand.
Believing a formula, there was also a base price on the players. For example, Rs 20 on Bumrah, while Rs 7 on Bouleva. Besides Captain Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and New Zealand captain Ken Williamson and Martin Guptill, who had the money, who would have scored half centuries and who scored a century?