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Hillary Clinton Odds of Becoming Next President Rises 6 Percent After Debate

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Sep/26/2016

(September 26, 2016) – The betting markets reacted almost immediately following Monday night’s first US Presidential Debate between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, raising Clinton’s chances of becoming President from 63 percent to 69 percent.  Polls had tightened both nationally and in some of the battleground states entering Monday night’s often contentious Debate.  Gambling websites BetOnline.ag and MyBookie.ag had offered well over a dozen betting options on the Debate including one that paid out big for some, Clinton’s pantsuit paid 16-1 odds. – Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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