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BetOnline had been offering the Illinois Primary betting odds to win for both the Democratic and Republican.
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump was coming in as a -400 favorite on the Republican side versus the Field at 3-1.
The North Carolina Republican Primary had Donald Trump as a huge -1000 favorite to win with the Field paying $60 for every $10 bet should he somehow get upset.
The latest polls out of North Carolina show both Trump and Hillary Clinton leading for their respective parties.
A few of the bookmakers have posted Michigan Republican Primary betting odds for Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich.
The betting market likes real estate mogul Donald Trump winning in the Florida Primary.
Bookmakers had real estate magnate and reality star Donald Trump with odds of -600 to win the Maine Caucus but it was Texas Senator Ted Cruz who claimed victory Saturday as the 4-1 underdog.
Cruz took nearly 46 percent of the vote while Trump walked away with close to 33 percent.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio is a -600 favorite to win the Republican Puerto Rico Primary on Sunday while Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is a -700 favorite to win the Main Caucus.
BetOnline was offering odds on both of Sunday’s voting events.
Gambling911.com has your Super Saturday betting odds for primaries and caucuses in Kansas, Nebraska, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine.
Saturday’s Kansas Primary betting odds had Texas Senator Ted Cruz as a -220 favorite to win there versus the Field, which was coming in at nearly 2-1 odds.
(Reuters) - Ted Cruz's Super Tuesday victories in his home state of Texas and neighboring Oklahoma strengthened his odds for the Republican presidential nomination on online betting sites but he still trails far behind Donald Trump.
It is pretty much a known fact that you can bet on anything today. When it comes to the world of politics, many experts will actually rely on betting odds as opposed to actual political polls when it comes to predicting the outcome of an election.
As we head into a presidential election year in 2016, there has been quite a bit of speculation on whether or not Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has what it takes to actually become the next president of the United State come this November.
Odds of who will be the next US President vary across the board. Those in North America can place their future wagers at BetOnline here.
Most books in North America and Europe had Clinton at 8-15 odds, meaning the payout would be US$8 for every US$15 bet with that US$15 refunded should she win.
Donald Trump had the next shortest odds at 2-1 odds with some books offering 7-4 odds.
Odds to win the coveted Virginia state Republican Primary for Super Tuesday had real estate magnate Donald Trump coming in at 33-1 odds.
Polling done last week appeared to have Trump up between 10 and 20 percent over his rivals.
In a new interview with Pokerlistings, Daniel Negreanu shares his thoughts on the 2016 presidential primary election.
Gambling911.com has your Super Tuesday odds versus the poll numbers for both the Republicans and the Democrats.
With twelve states voting in primaries or caucuses this Tuesday, Gambling911.com has your latest Super Tuesday bet preview for both the Republicans and the Democrats.
The United Kingdom’s largest bookmaker, William Hill, has a gift for gamblers worldwide except for US gamblers who can’t play there. Real estate magnate Donald Trump is coming in at 1-3 odds to win the Massachusetts primary this coming Tuesday. That means you only have to bet $30 to win $10 (that $30 is refunded just as long as Trump is victorious).
As far as the oddsmakers are concerned, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has already won the Texas Democratic Primary. The Texas Republican Primary is a whole different animal with most polls showing Texas Senator Ted Cruz leading by only a few points while others have him essentially tied with real estate mogul Donald Trump.
Oddsmakers give great value to Trump, paying $5 for every $2 bet compared to Cruz requiring a $4 wager to win $1.
According to the CNN Political Prediction Market, Florida Senator Marco Rubio's odds of winning the republican nomination had crashed around 10 percent in just a matter of hours.
Heading into Super Tuesday’s Massachusetts Democratic Primary, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was coming in at 4/6 odds as the slight favorite and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at EVEN odds. This will be among the most tightly contested of the Super Tuesday races.
News flash: Donald Trump is going to win the GOP nomination. Game over!
At least that’s what the CNN Prediction Market is claiming. It has the New York real estate mogul winning with his chances soaring to 68 percent.
You can bet Tuesday’s Nevada Republican Caucus at Bookmaker, though there is very little value in this particular caucus as long as real estate magnate Donald Trump is being offered amongst the mix. This is due to his steep price and high likelihood of winning.
Case in point: Trump would require a $231 bet just to win $10. Sure it’s an easy $10 and the $231 is almost ensured to be refunded.
US Presidential candidate Republican Senator Marco Rubio is in Nevada for the upcoming caucus, a place he probably wishes he could avoid.
Rubio is anti-gambling and anti-prostitution. Both "sin" industries are perfectly legal in the Silver State.
With the US Presidential Elections considered the largest nonsporting wagering event not just in the United States but worldwide, bookmakers can expect Tuesday March 8 to be an especially busy day with 13 states holding either primaries or caucuses.
Online gambling websites the likes of Bookmaker expect to offer betting on most of the Super Tuesday races. For the latest Super Tuesday betting odds go here
You can bet on the Nevada Democratic Caucus at BetOnline. While Hillary Clinton was coming in as a -205 favorite, this race is considered extremely close.
Bernie Sanders was coming in at +165 odds, which pay out $16.50 for every $10 wagered.
Gambling911.com has your South Carolina Republican Primary betting predictions and odds.
Republican primary in South Carolina (Saturday)
Donald Trump, coming off a big win in New Hampshire’s caucus race last week, is a substantial favorite to repeat as the lead vote-getter in Saturday’s election.
Despite 31 percent of the betting action coming in on Ted Cruz to win Saturday’s South Carolina Republican Primary compared to Donald Trump getting 28 percent, Trump was still a huge favorite to win at -1585 odds.
Following the unexpected death of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia this past weekend and US President Barack Obama’s vow to nominate another Supreme Court Justice in the coming weeks, Bookmaker has released odds on the next Obama nominee for the US Supreme Court.
Among the first names mentioned, Sri Srinivasan. Bookmaker lists him with slightly longer than 2-1 odds as the favorite.
A newly released NBC/WSJ poll Wednesday night had Senator Ted Cruz as the new frontrunner in one of the most shocking turn of events since real estate mogul Donald Trump entered the political race for U.S. President last summer.
BetDSI.com had Cruz at 6-1 long odds to receive the GOP nomination after Trump, who was a -123 favorite and seeing 43 percent of the wagering action compared to Cruz’ 12.6 percent.
The Nevada Democratic Caucus is being viewed as extremely competitive with no clear-cut favorite among the oddsmakers.
BetOnline has Hillary Clinton at -150, requiring a $15 bet to win $10 (the $15 is refunded only if she wins), thus making the former Secretary of State the de facto favorite. But Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was listed at -120, with a payout potential of $12 for every $10 should he win.
Legal prostitutes have come out to endorse Hillary Clinton to win the Nevada Caucus. That state's voter registrants has more than doubled since the last caucus.