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Biden's Odds Surge, Odds of a Second Debate 1-3

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Sep/30/2020

According to Vegas, Joe Biden won the chaotic debate last night as the odds have shifted in his direction.


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Going into the debate, Biden was a 10-13 favorite to win the 2020 Presidential Election at Sportsbetting.ag, meaning a bettor would need to risk $13 to win $10.

Shortly after the debate ended, money poured in on Biden at SportsBetting.ag, which forced the oddsmakers to make him an even larger favorite. Here are the current odds there:

Presidential Election Odds

Joe Biden:     2-3 (-150)

Donald Trump:  13-10

(Implied probability for Biden to be elected is 60.0%)

Across Europe, odds on Biden were as high as -170 at some books, including Boyle Sports and Skybet.

The online bookie is also offering odds on whether or not the second scheduled debate will even happen. For now, the odds point to Biden and President Trump facing off again in a couple of weeks.

Will there be a second 2020 Presidential Election Debate?

Yes:  1-3 

No:   2-1

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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