Obama State of the Union Address 2013 Betting Odds: G911 Wish List

Gambling911.com wants President Obama State of the Union Address betting odds and we can only hope BetOnline will be offering them, especially being that they continue to offer up to $900 in FREE BETS on one’s initial deposit. 

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/11/2013

Online Gambling Ally Robert Menendez Caught Up in ‘Prostitution’ Scandal

New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez denies having engaged in sexual activity with under age prostitutes in the Dominican Republic following allegations made by the Daily Caller, a conservative media outlet. 


Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Jan/30/2013

Casino Kingpin Sheldon Adelson Spent $150 Million on US Presidential Election

One of the GOP’s biggest donors, Sheldon Adelson, reportedly spent $150 million in an effort to try and get Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney elected, it was revealed on Monday.


Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Dec/03/2012

Nate Silver Back to Playing Poker Following Flawless Presidential Prediction

NEW YORK (Associated Press) — The other night, Nate Silver got a little taste of what things are going to be like for him, post-Election 2012.

The 34-year-old statistician, unabashed numbers geek, author and creator of the much-read FiveThirtyEight blog at the New York Times had gone out for a drink with friends on Manhattan's Lower East Side. But he couldn't stay incognito; immediately, he says, people sitting at the bar recognized him.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Nov/10/2012

Wayne Root Pays Joy Behar on Romney Losing Bet (Video)

After appearing on Joy Behar’s “Say Anything” show Monday night, Las Vegas oddsmaker and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee Wayne Root has been forced to pay out on his wager that GOP candidate for US President, Mitt Romney, would win Tuesday.

Root paid out $2000 on the bet with Joy and another guest, each of whom wagered $1000.

The Gambling911.com Special Contributor went even further telling us that Romney would “win in a landslide”.

Behar introduced Root as a “big loser”, all in fun of course as she was still smiling over President Barack Obama’s big win.

Submitted by Jordan Bach on, Nov/10/2012

Harry Reid, Dean Heller Mend Relationship: Focus on Internet Poker

After calling out fellow Nevada Senator Republican Dean Heller for failing to muster up enough party votes to pass a proposed Internet poker measure, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has mended his relationship with Heller. 

The two will now work closely to try and pass legislation that would make online poker legal in the United States with their home state acting as the primary licensing hub.  Reid wants the measure passed during the critical Lame Duck session that begins next week and lasts approximately eight weeks. 

Submitted by Ace King on, Nov/08/2012

Super Storm Sandy Changes Election Outcome Claims Las Vegas Oddsmaker

The following is an editorial piece from Gambling911.com Special Contributor and former 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root. 


Submitted by Wayne Allyn Root on, Nov/08/2012

Dean Heller Wins Nevada Senate, John Tierney Wins Back Massachusetts Seat

Democrat Shelley Berkley, a long time ally to the online gambling sector, has lost her bid for Nevada Senator in a tight race.  Berkley represented the Las Vegas area as a Congresswoman. 


Republican Dean Heller has won back his seat.  He is currently working with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat also from the state of Nevada, to push forward federal online gambling legislation. 

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Nov/07/2012

Obama Wins at 1-3 Odds!

US incumbent President Barack Obama has won his re-election bid as a near 1-3 favorite.


CNN projected Obama’s win at 11:20 pm ET.

The projection was made as it was determined that Obama would take the key battleground state of Ohio.

Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Nov/06/2012

US Election Betting Trends Have Romney Getting 70 Percent Final Hours

Carrie Stroup here and some important breaking news as Sportsbook.com reports that 70 percent of the US Election betting between Noon Eastern Standard Time and 2 pm ET was coming in on GOP candidate Mitt Romney. 


Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Nov/06/2012

Wayne Root Bets $2000 on Mitt Romney to Win Election vs. Joy Behar (Video)

Politician and Las Vegas oddsmaker and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root tells “Say Anything” host Joy Behar why he thinks Mitt Romney will prevail on Election Day.


Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/05/2012

2012 US Presidential Betting Odds: Current – Election Day

Gambling911.com has your 2012 US Presidential betting odds for each of the swing states as we will hopefully be determining the President by Tuesday night.  This is going to be a close race though and these odds below showcase this notion. 


Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/05/2012

Obama Wins, So Claims Paddy Power

Ireland’s biggest bookmaker, PaddyPower.com, has paid out on all Obama bets. 


Problem is, he hasn’t been declared the winner yet.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/05/2012

Odds of a Mitt Romney Landslide: 'Bet of the Century' Claims One Pundit

While the online oddsmakers believe the US Presidential Elections are in the bag (Paddy Power already paid out on President Barack Obama bets), a few pundits are saying “not so fast”.


CNBC’s Larry Kudlow was recently quoted as saying “I am now predicting a 330 vote electoral landslide.”

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/05/2012

US Presidential Swing States Betting Odds Heading Into Tuesday

There is still time to bet on the US Presidential swing states prior to Tuesday’s US Presidential elections.  Some of these continue to be tight and the payouts may prove lucrative.


Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/04/2012

Obama Odds to Win Colorado Improve: Romney Still Favored in Florida

What continues to be a tight race shows signs of trending towards US President Barack Obama as swing state Colorado for the first time in several weeks has the incumbent as a -135 favorite compared to GOP nominee Mitt Romney paying slightly better than EVEN odds. 

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/03/2012

Obama Still Near 1-3 Favorite to Win Ohio, Romney Gains Ground in Florida

US President Barack Obama is favored by nearly 1-3 to win the state of Ohio with just days until the Presidential election.  Most polls show Obama up 3 points, well within the margin of error, however.  All odds courtesy of Sportsbook.com here

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/01/2012

British Bookmakers See Obama Staying in the White House

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will be elected for a second term next month if Britain's bookmakers are to be believed.

The polls have Obama effectively tied with rival Mitt Romney in the two-horse race for the White House but the odds show gamblers putting their money on the incumbent.

British bookmakers offer political betting as a niche sideline to more lucrative wagers on sports like horse racing and soccer. They take bets from around the globe - although not from the United States where such gambling is prohibited.

Submitted by Reuters on, Oct/24/2012

Latest US Presidential Betting Odds

The latest odds for the US Presidential race as of October 22, 2012 had President Barack Obama paying $10 for every $16.50 bet with a win (the $16.50 is refunded with a win).  GOP nominee Mitt Romney would pay out $14.50 for every $10 bet.  All odds courtesy of Sportsbook.com here

Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Oct/22/2012

Romney Now With 1 to 6 Odds of Winning North Carolina: 6 to 1 Dog in Michigan

GOP US Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is reportedly pulling out of North Carolina under the premise that they have essentially won the state.  Oddsmakers and gamblers seem to agree with odds now at 1/6 at Sportsbook.com.  In the world of odds, this is essentially a “lock”.

Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Oct/18/2012

Binders Full of Women and the Latest Romney-Obama Post-Debate Odds

The media pundits seem to believe that US President Barack Obama won the second Presidential debate but the public reaction to a comment made by GOP nominee and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has been astronomical on Twitter, that being “Binders Full of Women”.  (note:  There is even a “Binders Full of Women” Facebook page). 

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Oct/16/2012

Obama Odds of Winning Arizona Improve

It hasn’t exactly been acknowledged across the board as a so-called “Swing State” but Arizona is now becoming more competitive in the upcoming US Presidential elections. 


A Democrat has only won the state once in the past 60 years, that being Bill Clinton.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Oct/14/2012

Obama Online Odds Now at 1-2 at Sportsbook

In a sign that the US Presidential race is starting to shift in favor of the GOP, Sportsbook.com has released odds on President Barack Obama that have him about to fall below 1/2 for the first time in the past three months.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Oct/10/2012

Romney Gains Little Ground in Betting Market Post Debate

GOP US Presidential nominee Mitt Romney is closing the gap in polls but not necessarily within the gambling markets.


Submitted by C Costigan on, Oct/08/2012

New Unemployment Rate Numbers Could Boost Obama Odds

Just when you thought GOP nominee Mitt Romney was starting to make some headway in the US Presidential race, jobless numbers released Friday took a sharp and unexpected decline, the lowest they have been in four years.


Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Oct/05/2012

Romney Stock Up 30 Percent Following First Presidential Debate

Intrade.com’s reaction to the debates: GOP US Presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s stock is up 30 percent (+$0.78 to $3.32) while President Barack Obama’s is down 10 percent (-$0.76 to $6.64).

Obama still holds a 66/34 lead to win the presidency as the gamblers out there find it.  

Intrade.com is a prediction market that allows wagers from around the world including the US.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Oct/04/2012

US Presidential Debate Betting Odds: Color of Romney’s Tie, RCP Average and More

You guessed it.  There are actually US Presidential debate betting odds available.  Only problem is, most Americans won’t be able to bet.

PaddyPower.com, the United Kingdom’s third largest online bookmaker, has released odds on Wednesday night’s (October 3) US Presidential debate but they do not accept bets from those living in the United States. 

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Oct/03/2012

Obama Still Hovering Close to 1 to 4 Odds to be Re-Elected US President

While his odds were slashed around a half a point since last week, US President Barack Obama continues to be a heavy favorite over GOP nominee Mitt Romney to win next month’s Presidential race.


Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Oct/02/2012

Gambling Scandal May Cost Mass Congressman: Tisei Now Leading in Polls

BOSTON (Associated Press) — A new poll gives Republican challenger Richard Tisei (TIH'-say) a slight lead over seven-term incumbent Democrat John Tierney in the state's 6th Congressional District, but the survey also finds nearly one-third of likely voters undecided.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Oct/02/2012

No Mention of Offshore Gambling Biz During John Tierney Richard Tisei First Debate

Perhaps challenger Richard Tisei is saving the best for last but Thursday night’s first debate in Massachusetts 6th Congressional contest made no mention of incumbent Democrat John Tierney’s affiliation to an offshore sports betting enterprise.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Sep/28/2012

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