Public Outcry: 'Please Put Epstein List Odds Back Up BetOnline'

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Jagajeet Chiba
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Just before Christmas, BetOnline delivered a gift to their customers in the form of Jeffrey Epstein list of associates betting odds.


The main bet option was whether any congressperson's name would appear on the list.  YES initially came in at +110 then jumped to -250, suggesting the potential for a suspicious betting pattern.

Names were also posted per the tweet below.

Odds were no longer available over the last 48 hours with a standard message appearing on the affiliated page for this offering:

"Sorry, no games available right now"

Some on Twitter hinted at a more nefarious reason for the odds to have been yanked.

Dave Kranzler tweeted:

"Looks like Betonline was coerced to take down the page with the odds list and ability to bet. We know for sure Clinton and Prince Andrew were frequent guests. We also know Alan Dershowitz was on the flight logs...I bet Hillary threatened to "disappear" the proprietors of the app."

We're happy to report that Dave Mason of BetOnline was not "offed" by Hillary.  He posted on Twitter within the last hour.  That's not to say he ain't sleeping with one eye open.

The Epstein list odds have proven extremely popular at since we've been covering this offering over the past week.

By Thursday evening, many on Twitter begged for BetOnline to offer the odds again.

"@betonline_ag. put back up the Epstein betting I was trying to place some," one person demanded.

There were quite a few individuals promising to place the novelty bet, some as first time customers of BetOnline.  The offering also led to various speculations on who might appear on the list.  Someone even referred to this as the "Epstein Draft".

Epstein, an influential financier, was arrested on July 6, 2019, on federal charges for the sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York. He died in his jail cell on August 10, 2019.

It wasn't immediately known why the odds were pulled.

- Jagajeet Chiba,

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