Paul shoots... Spain wins!

@bvdev234 (304)
India
July 11, 2010 8:27pm CST
Hi all, Real star of FIFA 2010 WC is Paul (the octopus). A businessman has offered 30,000 Euro for him. May Paul didn't know what he was doing, how much he worth now though!!! Tell your comments over the Real Star of FIFA 2010 WC, Paul.
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@cheongyc (5072)
• Malaysia
12 Jul 10
I was totally amazed by the prediction made by Paul Octopus. I thought the earlier predictions are just simply coincidences. If I knew that, I would bet according to his prediction and become richer now . I think 30,000 euro is still under value if Paul really possess some kind of permanent extraordinary skill in prediction.
@bvdev234 (304)
• India
13 Jul 10
I doubt, Paul possess permanent extraordinary skill. That may be the reason for his undervalue as well. He could increase his value, though!
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@cheongyc (5072)
• Malaysia
14 Jul 10
Yes definitely. If it can sustain its excellent prediction skill. It's not expansive to be priced at 1 million dollar. Those who have great capital can win much more than that in high stake games. Happy posting and have a nice day!
@youless (105379)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Jul 10
In fact I have a different prediction than the octopus Paul because I expected Holland would be the winner. Now Spain is the champion and Paul is really amazing. It is not only the coincidence:) I love China
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@bvdev234 (304)
• India
13 Jul 10
Well, my favorite was Germany. I still believe they haven't put their 100% in the Semi. Yes, Paul is really amazing.
@skysuccess (8880)
• Singapore
12 Jul 10
bvdev234, Well, one thing for sure is that he will not be short of food or care with that offer price. Yet, the price for him to be presented on the dish will probably be 2-4 folds no guaranteeing that it will be enough even to have him turn into a delicacy at the end of the day. Like wildlife is to Africa, I suppose this year's tournament is no short of fans from the wildlife.
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@bvdev234 (304)
• India
13 Jul 10
Paul continued supporting the German's, till semi. Then with one prediction, he became a darling of the Spaniards. It is better to move Paul from Germany to Spain. Otherwise it will be difficult to predict Poor Paul's future.
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• Singapore
13 Jul 10
bvdev234, What can we say? Born in Italy, emigrated to Germany and now seeking asylum in Spain!! Sounds familiar? Ya?
@ram_cv (16515)
• India
13 Jul 10
Paul has undoubtedly become one of the stars of the FIFA world cup 2010. His predictions have all come right and people across the globe are suddenly following him. In Germany there were constantly two broadcasters besides his glass cubicle to capture his prediction and provide live coverage to the viewers!! Cheers! Ram
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@bvdev234 (304)
• India
13 Jul 10
The Germans are still 'revolving' around poor Paul - but with some other motto...
@stealthy (8188)
• United States
12 Jul 10
I'm not a soccor fan; I like U. S. football. So for me the most interesting thing about the whole championships has been Paul and his predictions. I bet he could never do so well with predicting U. S. football.
@bvdev234 (304)
• India
13 Jul 10
Have you heard about Indian cricket team. I bet he could never do so well with predicting Indian cricket team as well.
• Canada
12 Jul 10
It was a great World Cup. I thunk I'm actually going to miss the vuvuzellas.
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@bvdev234 (304)
• India
13 Jul 10
Every world cup will give something. This time, yes, vuvuzellas - but to me the real find is 'Paul'.