Kim Jong-un Visit to the White House in 2018 Say Oddsmakers

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Jun/12/2018

Following a historic summit in Singapore between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, much of Tuesday's talk has been what each side got, if anything, out of the meeting and, perhaps more importantly to gamblers, will Kim visit the White House in 2018?  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

The oddsmakers at BetOnline have priced the YES at -150, meaning the odds are much better than not.   

Dennis Rodman coming with Kim pays $1000 for every $100 bet.  There is certainly some value here.

Trump did say he intends to invite the North Korean leader to the White House.

"I will be inviting Chairman Kim ...at the appropriate time... to the White House.   I think it is something that is going to be very important and he has accepted," the President told the press immediately following their meeting.

Here are your odds below.

Donald Trump
Dennis Rodman visit White House with Kim Jong-un
 
08:00 PM 95002 Yes    +1000  
95003 No    -2500  
Donald Trump
Will Kim Jong-un visit the White House in 2018?
 
08:00 PM 95000 Yes    -150  
95001 No    +110

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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