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The top web search result is crucial for user satisfaction with the web search experience. We argue that the importance of the relevance at the top position necessitates special handling of the top web search result for some queries. We propose an effective approach of leveraging millions of past user interactions with a web search engine to automatically detect "best bet" top results preferred by majority of users. Interestingly, this problem can be more effectively addressed withdoi:10.1145/1150402.1150526 dblp:conf/kdd/AgichteinZ06 fatcat:ybkyuk2cyzg53hek7k46hdvsb4