Will he live or will he die? We'll find out this Sunday when HBO airs the final episode of "The Sopranos," but there are those among us who just can't wait. So the gambling Web site Bodog.com is accepting wagers - and according to Bloomberg News, the odds are 1 to 3 that he lives and 2 to 1 that he dies. You can also gamble on whether Paulie (Tony Sirico) and Phil die; whether Tony or Phil dies first; and on whether Tony's top lieutenant, Silvio Dante (Steve Van Zandt) who was shot in the previous episode, awakes from his coma. Bodog's maximum single bet is $50, so we're not talking big money here. Wonder how many folks know what's going to happen?
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