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  • Gamblers outside the US take Presidential Odds on a wild ride

    While voters throughout the country were glued to their TVs and reflexively refreshing news and political sites Tuesday night, a few of the cannier ones were paying more attention to something else: the betting odds.You cannot bet legally on political races in the United States, but in Britain and elsewhere

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    That was wild watching the markets move, especially on Tuesday afternoon and night as Trump went from big underdog to the favorite and then back again by Wednesday morning. But it was no more crazy then 2016 when everyone was loading up on Hillary Clinton to win and then the market flipped. Foreign/offshore books reporting all-time record handles (some say it's been more than 2 Super Bowls handle-wise)...would be huge if legalized in Vegas, though would still expect to see it first in other states.

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    • #3
      This election was the most polarizing of our lifetime. I doubt a Kamala Harris/Matt Gaetz presidential race will get have the attention

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      • #4
        “You cannot bet legally on political races in the United States”

        Oops 😜

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