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February 24, 2016, 11:57:55 PM
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SSIA... I see Direct Bet has it at 1.55... anywhere else?
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February 25, 2016, 12:02:49 AM
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Nitro has Trump winning the election @ +250 and Hilary winning the election @ -143.  They also offer Dem vs Rep to win the election @ -154/+120.
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February 25, 2016, 12:11:46 AM
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Nitro has Trump winning the election @ +250 and Hilary winning the election @ -143.  They also offer Dem vs Rep to win the election @ -154/+120.

I was actually looking for specifically a head to head matchup of Trump vs. Clinton... not who was going to win per se
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February 25, 2016, 01:11:08 AM
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Nitro has Trump winning the election @ +250 and Hilary winning the election @ -143.  They also offer Dem vs Rep to win the election @ -154/+120.

I was actually looking for specifically a head to head matchup of Trump vs. Clinton... not who was going to win per se

Is this what you are talking about
https://directbet.eu/Event.cshtml?EventID=26920188
But I do not see the name of Trump, I follow the political developments ahead of the elections through local news
previously the Trump name is very popular in the media but a few months began to decline as a result of the current campaign steatment, so I was not surprised Clinton in prediction to the next president.

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February 25, 2016, 01:42:57 AM
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Nitro has Trump winning the election @ +250 and Hilary winning the election @ -143.  They also offer Dem vs Rep to win the election @ -154/+120.

I was actually looking for specifically a head to head matchup of Trump vs. Clinton... not who was going to win per se

Yeah, Hillary is so far ahead now that that bet is basically null since one side of it is known.  If you are trying to bet on who will win the individual pary nominations, you can bet on Hillary winning the Dem @ -1000 and/or Donald winning the Rep @ -250.  You can't parlay them (although, again, it would be worthless because of the -1000).
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February 25, 2016, 01:45:03 AM
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Is Trump even guaranteed to run for presidency for Republicans?
I'd like to bet for Hillary because I see her the heavy favorite.
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February 25, 2016, 01:47:47 AM
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It's funny because everywhere thinks Clinton is a shoo-in but Sanders is catching up to her in almost every aspect. He's winning caucuses and coming out ahead in debates. I'd be very very careful about betting for Clinton.
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February 25, 2016, 02:06:46 AM
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It's funny because everywhere thinks Clinton is a shoo-in but Sanders is catching up to her in almost every aspect. He's winning caucuses and coming out ahead in debates. I'd be very very careful about betting for Clinton.
totaly agree with you there, but i would never bet on event like that, things are changing day by day so you have to be really lucky to predict well.
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February 25, 2016, 02:07:07 AM
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It's funny because everywhere thinks Clinton is a shoo-in but Sanders is catching up to her in almost every aspect. He's winning caucuses and coming out ahead in debates. I'd be very very careful about betting for Clinton.

From the bookmaker odds, it looks that Clinton is almost confirmed to be the nomination for Democrat side. If Sanders is winning, why is odds of Sanders getting the Democrat nominee so high?
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February 25, 2016, 02:11:17 AM
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It's funny because everywhere thinks Clinton is a shoo-in but Sanders is catching up to her in almost every aspect. He's winning caucuses and coming out ahead in debates. I'd be very very careful about betting for Clinton.

From the bookmaker odds, it looks that Clinton is almost confirmed to be the nomination for Democrat side. If Sanders is winning, why is odds of Sanders getting the Democrat nominee so high?
Bookmaker odds aren't the actual odds. Look up the facts for yourself before you bet money on it.
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February 25, 2016, 02:13:58 AM
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You might be able to catch some action on Augur when it comes on line.  Beta should be available any day now.  I am pretty sure that they wouldn't want to miss the general election.  Augur is a prediction market so the general election will most certainly be on their platform.


EDIT:  I am pretty sure Mickey the Mouse is gonna win this time, however, so keep that in mind when choosing your market.

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February 25, 2016, 05:54:45 AM
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Is Trump even guaranteed to run for presidency for Republicans?
I'd like to bet for Hillary because I see her the heavy favorite.

Trump is running for office as a Republican.  He still has to win the nomination by winning enough delegates in the republican caucuses/primaries.  It is not guaranteed that he will win those, but he's pretty far ahead and, as I mentioned before, is the favorite to win the Republican nomination @ -250.

It's funny because everywhere thinks Clinton is a shoo-in but Sanders is catching up to her in almost every aspect. He's winning caucuses and coming out ahead in debates. I'd be very very careful about betting for Clinton.

I think Sanders would make a decent president, and does come across well in debates, but Clinton is def ahead right now.  I wouldn't bet on Clinton @ -1000, but I think Sanders @ +600 is a bad bet as well.

It's funny because everywhere thinks Clinton is a shoo-in but Sanders is catching up to her in almost every aspect. He's winning caucuses and coming out ahead in debates. I'd be very very careful about betting for Clinton.

From the bookmaker odds, it looks that Clinton is almost confirmed to be the nomination for Democrat side. If Sanders is winning, why is odds of Sanders getting the Democrat nominee so high?

Politics are like sports.  If you like a certain side, you always look at them in a positive light.  Right now Bernie is behind Clinton 71-505 delegates, needing 2383 to win the nomination, and is ahead in a bunch of polls in the states that haven't voted yet.  Does this mean that she's def going to win?  No, Sanders is coming across very well and has a ton of people working tirelessly for him getting his message across to undecided voters.  But, he's behind and needs a giant effort to even draw the race tight, let alone win.  It's unlikely to happen.
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February 25, 2016, 06:42:37 AM
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whether we like it or not I think clinton have an edge to win the nominee of the party even if sanders is catching up, most of undecided will just follow the lead and if so.. It might clinton to win it.

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February 25, 2016, 06:50:15 AM
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Betcoin.ag has a political section in the sportsbook.

Link is in my signature.

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February 25, 2016, 07:38:43 AM
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recently just checked odds for Presidential Election at directbet and odds for Donald Trump is too low although I'm not a citizen of USA but i personally will choose Hillary Clinton as the next president of USA
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February 25, 2016, 08:11:37 AM
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February 25, 2016, 11:32:24 AM
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Betcoin.ag has a political section in the sportsbook.

Link is in my signature.

It looks like they've taken down the political lines
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February 25, 2016, 11:48:30 AM
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Fairlay offer some bets on US elections. As of now they do not have H2H between candidates, but they might add some in the future. They have a thread here for you to suggest the addition of events you would like to bet on.

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February 25, 2016, 12:04:09 PM
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I just checked the odds on Directbet for the US Elections but I didn't see Trump anywhere in the listing for next president. Is he omitted on purpose or the odds still haven't come in for him?

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February 25, 2016, 12:23:48 PM
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I just checked the odds on Directbet for the US Elections but I didn't see Trump anywhere in the listing for next president. Is he omitted on purpose or the odds still haven't come in for him?

Perhaps in the near future will renew Directbet betting market if there is not really an oddity, we all know Trump one of the strongest candidates to win in elections. You can see predictions betting on Nitrogensports https://nitrogensports.eu/sport/specials/u.s.-presidential-election

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