Mubarak Steps Down: Bookmaker Pays Out

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Feb/11/2011
Mubarak Steps Down

The online gambling website Bookmaker.com will be paying even odds on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepping down.  He announced his resignation early Friday evening Cairo time. 

North America’s oldest online sportsbooks has also offered odds of -130 on Mubarak leaving the country.  The company had posted odds on various countries in the region being the next to suffer civil unrest.

From Bookmaker.com:

NEXT COUNTRY TO HAVE CIVIL UNREST IN 2011

22785 YEMEN +180

22786 JORDAN +200

22787 TURKEY +300

22788 ALGERIA +300

22789 IRAN +300

22790 LIBYA +500

22791 ERITREA +700

22792 DJIBOUTI +700

22793 MOROCCO +600

22794 PAKISTAN +1000

22795 OMAN +1200

22796 QATAR +1200

22797 BAHARAIN +1200

22798 KUWAIT +2000

22799 UAE +3000

22800 SYRIA +4000

22801 TAJIKISTAN +4000

22802 TURKMENISTAN +4000

22803 UZBEKISTAN +4000

22804 IRAQ +7000

22805 AFGHANISTAN +5000

22806 SAUDI ARABIA +6000

22807 ISRAEL +350

22808 PALESTINE +180

- Gambling911.com Staff

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