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Boos Lose: Book Will Likely Pay $11 on Each $10 bet

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Nov/09/2019

Sportsbetting.ag this week posted odds on whether US President Donald Trump would be booed if shown on video boards watching the LSU-Alabama game Saturday.  Based on initial assessments, it does not appear as though there were any boos, at least none that were audible.  The oddsmakers will have to search the Net for any video that shows otherwise. 


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Will President Trump be booed if shown on video boards?
Yes -150
No +110

The payout would be $11 for every $10 bet or $110 for every $100 bet.

The most likely grade will come from this video:

Those watching at home were unable to get an accurate indication as it appeared Trump was already being shown as CBS returned from a commercial break and applause was in progress.

Some on Twitter were quick to take a jab at the Alabama faithful.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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