Bernie Sanders Will Pay Out $700 With a New York Primary Win Tuesday

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Gilbert Horowitz
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The polls have Donald Trump so far ahead in New York oddsmakers have scratched him off the board online for Tuesday’s Primary.  Hillary vs. Bernie is a slightly different story. 

Sure former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton maintains a big enough lead that oddsmakers at BetOnline are still offering point differential (Margin of Victory) betting odds on the Democratic Primary.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders still says he can win if there is a big enough turnout and there is precedence already for a come-from-behind victory with Sanders winning in Michigan, a state where Hillary was nearly a double digit favorite at the books.

Should Sanders pull off the upset in New York Tuesday, the payout would be $70 for every $10 bet or $700 for every $100 bet.

The main obstacle standing in the Vermont Senator’s way is that New York residence can only vote based on their designated party affiliation.  As such, Independents, which widely lean towards Sanders, will be excluded from the process Tuesday.

Hillary is favored to win by UNDER 15 points.  You will need to wager $22 to win $10 on the UNDER 15 point margin (the original $22 bet is refunded should it be a winner).  A blowout of over 15 points will pay out $17.50 for every $10 wagered.


Tuesday, Apr 19, 2016

Democratic Primaries

New York Primary - Clinton vs Field

06:00 AM


Hillary Clinton





Field (Any Other Candidate)




Democratic Primaries

New York Primary - Margin of Victory

09:00 AM


15% Pts Differential or More





Less than 15% Pts Differential






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