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Odds to Win the 2018 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

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Published on:
Jul/01/2018

Independence Day is July 4 in the United States, better known as simply The Fourth of July.  For gamblers the world over the 4th represents the biggest competitive food eating contest of the year, the Nathans Hot Dog Eating Contest, and, yes, you can bet on it.


$1 minimum bets online

As is always the case, Joey Chestnut is a big favorite, this time at -500. 

One can find better value wagering on the OVER/UNDER total number of hot dogs to be eaten by Chestnut (set at 70.5)

Mike Sudo OVER/UNDER number of hot dogs eaten odds were also available.  She is the female contestant, who was also coming in at -500 as the female to eat the most hot dogs.

Bets must be placed prior to 10:50 am EDT for the Woman's competition and Noon EDT for the Men's.

TUNE INTO ESPN NETWORKS FOR LIVE COVERAGE

10:50a ET – Women’s Competition – ESPN3 / ESPN App

12p ET - Men’s Competition - ESPN2

2018 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
Hot Dogs Eaten By Joey Chestnut
 
12:00 PM 56001 Over 70½ Hot dogs   -150  
56002 Under 70½ Hot dogs   +110  
2018 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
Hot Dogs Eaten By Miki Sudo
 
12:00 PM 56003 Over 40½ Hot dogs   -130  
56004 Under 40½ Hot dogs   -110  
2018 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
Winner of the Men's Hot Dog Eating Contest
 
12:00 PM 56011 Joey Chestnut   -500  
56013 Carmen Cincotti   +450  
56014 Field   +700  
56012 Matt Stonie   +700  
2018 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
Women's Hot Dog Eating Contest Winner - Miki Sudo
 
12:00 PM 56021 Yes   -500  
56022 No   +375  

 

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