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Pay Per Head Offering U.S. Presidential Odds: A Winning Proposition

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Sep/16/2015
Pay Per Head Offering U.S. Presidential Odds: A Winning Proposition

As a Pay Per Head it is prudent to think outside the box.  Many times bookies just think in terms of Football and nothing else.  But your players want more.

Odds are good that more than half your players will want to take betting action on the 2016 U.S. Presidential race so the wise Pay Per Head businesses like RealBookies.com will offer such an option.

“You will have guys and gals placing $100 futures you just sit on and may never have to pay out,” notes Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.  “Right now is a good time in that most of the money will be coming in on both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and you’ll have a lot of balanced action that should look good for your 2015-2016 financials.”

Shapiro points out that the winning futures will not have to be paid out until the end of 2016, at which time you can claim any losses with your tax filings. 

Below are the base odds that can be customized to meet your own players needs.  Just like with local teams tending to receive lopsided action, this will also be true in many cases for the U.S. Presidential race in which so-called blue states will bet heavily on the Democrat and red states on the Republican.

The 2016 Election - Republican Nominee

08:00 PM   301   Jeb Bush            +175          

302   Donald Trump               +300          

303   Marco Rubio                 +400          

304   Scott Walker                 +600          

305   John Kasich                  +1000        

306   Rand Paul           +2000        

307   Mike Huckabee             +2000        

308   Ted Cruz             +1400        

309   Chris Christie               +2500        

310   Carly Fiorina                 +2000        

311      Ben Carson                +800   

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com  

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