This is where we differ then. It's their problem to hire the right people, the agency decided those odds were fair for at least 4 rounds. That deems it to not be 'obvious' to meHow many times they put it up doesn't matter, they have someone setting the odds who doesn't know what they're doing
On top of this, the odds were available & fluctuated for 4 days the week of the canceled bets.
People rightly bet it but if it was an 'obvious error' they had 4 weeks to rectify it. They had 4 days of bets flowing in to notice it and didn't? They're either really bad at their job which we know isn't true or they sh1t themselves at the risk of their set lines and tried to use the T&C's to hide.
They have Business Analysts, Risk Managers, etc on hand and no one in the entire company saw this? It makes it clear to me that this wasn't an 'obvious error' as if it was, one of these experts would have found it before it got out of control.
Now that doesn't mean they won't close accounts and limit punters but literally no evidence is/was in their favour here. The correct result, in the end, was to pay out & they did