Betting Markets Very Wrong With Maine Caucus as Cruz Cruises to Win

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Mar/05/2016
Betting Markets Very Wrong With Maine Caucus as Cruz Cruises to Win

Bookmakers had real estate magnate and reality star Donald Trump with odds of -600 to win the Maine Caucus but it was Texas Senator Ted Cruz who claimed victory Saturday as the 4-1 underdog.

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Cruz took nearly 46 percent of the vote while Trump walked away with close to 33 percent.

"The scream you hear, the howl that comes from Washington D.C., is utter terror at what we the people are doing together," he declared during a rally in Idaho following the two wins.

Cruz will collect at least 36 delegates for winning the Republican caucuses in Kansas and Maine, Trump at least 18 and Marco Rubio at least six and John Kasich three.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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