US North Korea Summit Betting Odds

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Jun/10/2018

There are betting odds available on this week's historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jung Un and U.S. President Donald Trump. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

Both leaders arrived in Singapore early Sunday.

The Korean leader met with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday, hours after arriving in Singapore, a nation that offered to host the summit.  Un will have a separate meeting with Trump on Monday.

Kim added that "if the summit produces positive outcomes, then the Singaporean government's effort will be recorded in history forever."

In the U.S. the gambling community in particluar will have all eyes on Trump's tweets.  POTUS was expected to tweet OVER 90 times between now and June 15.

Following the meeting, gamblers will await an announcement regarding the potential for Kim Un coming to the White House on or before December 31, 2018 with three quarters of gamblers wagering on the NO.

Odds on the meeting actually taking place in Sinapore (there is still time to back out) were now at 97% with betting about to close in the coming hours.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

 

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