| Birmin||12/19/2016 11:26:08 AM GMT|
| There is no option to bet on the Trump- will be president (((|
| jomull57||12/19/2016 1:32:04 PM GMT|
| If he (trump) was to pass away would ther be a other vote or would next highest in his team be president |
| Mober||12/19/2016 6:16:33 PM GMT|
| Not watching the news often on tv, so i didnt know about this whole thing.|
An interesting story here but i doubt something can change now.
What a dirty game politics is. Everything can happen.
| pochui||12/19/2016 6:24:27 PM GMT|
| well if birmin is right and there is no option to take the other side, then it's basically just another bet for bookies to profit from. they can even offer 10000000:1 who cares what are the odds, we're basically talking about a done deal, no need to be so paranoid and offer only 10:1 odds. man it's so tough to take this trump president reality for many americanos...|
| doubletop777||12/20/2016 9:07:25 AM GMT|
| If there is an opportunity to make money, the bookmakers will find it. I dont think that 10/1 is offering anywhere near value but, after such a crazy year, it wouldnt surprise me at all|
| Mober||12/20/2016 6:33:29 PM GMT|
| Indeed. Now what are the chances of not becoming president? Practically zero.|
But yet there are the ones that will gamble their money since the odds are pretty high on this
one. You need to be degenerate to be in this one
| Tony_MON7ANA||12/20/2016 6:40:13 PM GMT|
| In August 2016, these bookmakers were offering approximately 10 to 1 odds that Donald Trump would not be the Republican presidential nominee for the 2016 presidential election.|
I read an article somewhere that based on history, Donald Trump would have more than 1 in 4 odds of being the victim of an assassination or assassination attempt during his presidency.
I pray for the safety of Trump and his extended family.
| damosk||12/20/2016 7:48:27 PM GMT|
| So. If you were a bookmaker, wouldn't you be taking bets on such an event at such odds? I think I would be as it's fairly safe money that they are making by taking it from people who have nothing better to waste their money on. The story has a long way to run just yet and the outcome will be another interesting chapter of US political history!|
| kent1974||12/20/2016 7:56:20 PM GMT|
| Yes, and Russia is guilty in the ice age...|
| pochui||12/21/2016 11:29:00 AM GMT|
| yes exactly as damosk stated- for any bookie this is a dream bet to take on at 10:1 odds, i guess it would be a dream bet to take on even up to 1000:1 odds to be fair, maybe even more since the chance for him not becoming president is more theoretical than anything real. |
| Tony_MON7ANA||12/27/2016 11:38:35 PM GMT|
| The United States Presidential Inauguration takes place on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 9:00 ET in Washington DC, USA. There are 23 days until Donald Trump becomes the commander in chief of the United States Armed Forces.|
| dule-vu||12/28/2016 12:04:22 PM GMT|
| so we still talking about trump and USA,clinton and other stuffs!we all know who is new president and what will happen in next weeks,so this end story!and we dont have any protests on streets,everything is good after few days!|
| pochui||12/29/2016 9:28:13 PM GMT|
| well i have this great business plan, if betting sites are going to continue to take bets bout trump actually becoming the next president of us of a AFTER he is inaugurated, i am considering taking all of my life savings (~$2) and investing into this great business venture with gtd returns. |
| bowie1984||1/1/2017 11:18:47 PM GMT|
Posted by pochui:
well i have this great business plan, if betting sites are going to continue to take bets bout trump actually becoming the next president of us of a AFTER he is inaugurated, i am considering taking all of my life savings (~$2) and investing into this great business venture with gtd returns.
You will be better of shorting the dollar on the day of the actual inauguration.