dead heat


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"The odds of a triple dead heat happening are many, many millions to one.
The first ever triple dead heat has happened earlier in January, 2011, and bookies said the chances of it happening again were 30 million-to-one.
Unless there's another dead heat. In that case, the new protocol requires a coin flip.
It's unclear how the dead heat will be broken; it's up to Felix and Tarmoh to decide how they want to settle the dilemma.
Mr Kerry, a senator from Massachusetts, is leading Mr Bush by two percentage points - a slight reduction on the LA Times' last poll and a statistical dead heat.
In an entertaining, pocketbook read that is excellent for getting up to speed on climate change scenarios, Dead Heat presents compelling scenarios with the latest charts and figures.
"It was a dead heat until the very last day," said Morgan.
A group-stage tie, where each team is awarded one point, will be settled as a dead heat. A tie in the knockout stage is settled on the winners of the Super Over Blue Square, 888sport will settle ties as dead heats throughout Victor Chandler will void all bets in group-stage ties and pay out on the Super Over winner in the knockout stages
Mike Hudd caught a 1lb 14oz cod at Lavernock Point and Chris Garner matched it with his from by the outfall to make it a dead heat at third place.
ARCH RIVALS Martin Pipe and Paul Nicholls were forced to split the cash at Newbury yesterday as Horus (22-1) and Cornish Sett (5-1) staged a dramatic dead heat in the pounds 43,000 Vodafone Gold Cup.
The Drum and Monkey at Bentley Heath and the Golden Acres in Damsonwood were both given the title after a dead heat in the annual competition.
When it comes to length, "they're in a dead heat, "says Hedges.