1st Presidential Debate – Trump vs. Clinton Betting Props

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Our friends at BetOnline feature over two dozen great 1st Presidential Debate betting props for Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton. 

“A good chunk of the prop bets being offered involve either one of the candidates making mention of a particular phrase,” noted Payton O’Brien, Senior Editor of the Gambling911.com website.

Phrases include whether the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton mentions the word “deplorables” or references the Republican nominee Donald Trump’s “tiny hands”.

Trump phrases for which there are prop bets being offered include “build the wall”, “crooked Hillary” and “founded ISIS”.

Additionally there are odds on the OVER/UNDER number of times a particular phrase will be uttered. 

You can also bet on the color of Hillary’s pantsuit or the Donald’s tie.

ALL ODDS APPEAR BELOW AND ARE AVAILABLE FOR BETTING HERE

Monday, Sep 26, 2016

1st Presidential Debate - Hillary Clinton to use exact phrase

Basket of deplorables

09:00 PM

2051

Yes

 

+600

 

2052

No

 

-1000

 

1st Presidential Debate - Hillary Clinton to use exact phrase

Tiny hands

09:00 PM

2053

Yes

 

+1200

 

2054

No

 

-2500

 

1st Presidential Debate - Hillary Clinton to use exact phrase

Trump University

09:00 PM

2055

Yes

 

+200

 

2056

No

 

-260

 

Monday, Sep 26, 2016

1st Presidential Debate - Donald Trump to use exact phrase

Build a wall

09:00 PM

2107

Yes

 

+145

 

2108

No

 

-175

 

1st Presidential Debate - Donald Trump to use exact phrase

Crooked Hillary

09:00 PM

2101

Yes

 

+145

 

2102

No

 

-175

 

1st Presidential Debate - Donald Trump to use exact phrase

Founded ISIS

09:00 PM

2103

Yes

 

+220

 

2104

No

 

-280

 

1st Presidential Debate - Donald Trump to use exact phrase

Make America great again

09:00 PM

2105

Yes

 

-600

 

2106

No

 

+400

 

Monday, Sep 26, 2016

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

All lives matter

09:00 PM

2013

Yes

 

+400

 

2014

No

 

-600

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Black lives matter

09:00 PM

2011

Yes

 

+300

 

2012

No

 

-400

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Blue lives matter

09:00 PM

2015

Yes

 

+700

 

2016

No

 

-1250

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Obamacare

09:00 PM

2019

Yes

 

-300

 

2020

No

 

+240

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Supreme Court

09:00 PM

2025

Yes

 

-260

 

2026

No

 

+200

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Twitter

09:00 PM

2021

Yes

 

-115

 

2022

No

 

-115

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Vladimir Putin

09:00 PM

2027

Yes

 

+120

 

2028

No

 

-150

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Wall Street

09:00 PM

2017

Yes

 

-260

 

2018

No

 

+200

 

1st Presidential Debate - Either Candidate to use exact phrase

Woman card

09:00 PM

2023

Yes

 

+175

 

2024

No

 

-220

 

Monday, Sep 26, 2016

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Donald Trump to wear red tie

09:00 PM

2021

Yes

 

-1000

 

2022

No

 

+600

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Head to Head - Most times used

09:00 PM

2201

Hillary Clinton +2½ Emails

 

-120

 

2202

Donald Trump -2½ Emails

 

-110

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Head to Head - Most times used

09:00 PM

2203

Hillary Clinton +1½ Obama

 

-115

 

2204

Donald Trump -1½ Obama

 

-115

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Head to Head - Most times used

09:00 PM

2205

Hillary Clinton -1½ Economy

 

-140

 

2206

Donald Trump +1½ Economy

 

+110

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Head to Head - Most times used

09:00 PM

2207

Hillary Clinton +1½ America

 

-105

 

2208

Donald Trump -1½ America

 

-125

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Head to Head - Most times used

09:00 PM

2209

Hillary Clinton -½ Jobs

 

-105

 

2210

Donald Trump +½ Jobs

 

-125

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Head to Head - Most times used

09:00 PM

2211

Hillary Clinton -1½ Tax returns

 

-150

 

2212

Donald Trump +1½ Tax returns

 

+120

 

1st Presidential Debate - General Props

Nielsen Rating Head to Head

09:00 PM

2027

MNF (ATL @ NO)

 

+2000

 

2028

Presidential Debate

 

-5000

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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