RNC Cleveland Trump Speech Betting Odds: Will He Say ‘All Lives Matter’

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Jul/19/2016

Our good friends at Gambling911.com-endorsed BetOnline are offering odds on possible Donald Trump catchphrases at this week’s RNC Cleveland with one being Will He Say “All Lives Matter”.

The phrase is used to counter the movement “Black Lives Matter” by suggesting that the lives of everybody – Black, White, Brown, Orange, Green – all matter.

Odds of the presumptive GOP nominee using the complete phrase were set at +190 or just shy of 2-1.  Odds of him not using the complete phrase “All Lives Matter” are being priced at -240.   

These odds can be found at BetOnline here and you can also bet on the who will be the next US President.

How to bet on the Donald Trump RNC Speech:

-240 means you would wager $24 to win (or profit) $10.  The $10 is paid and $24 refunded should your bet be a winner.

+190 means you would wager $10 to win (or profit) $19.  The $19 is paid and $10 refunded should your bet be a winner.

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: all lives matter

08:00 PM

2011

Uses complete phrase

 

+190

 

2012

Does not use complete phrase

 

-240

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Bernie Sanders

08:00 PM

2003

Uses complete phrase

 

-150

 

2004

Does not use complete phrase

 

+120

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: black lives matter

08:00 PM

2001

Uses complete phrase

 

+260

 

2002

Does not use complete phrase

 

-350

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: boo breaks

08:00 PM

2029

Over 6½ boo breaks

 

+120

 

2030

Under 6½ boo breaks

 

-150

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: build a wall

08:00 PM

2013

Uses complete phrase

 

-150

 

2014

Does not use complete phrase

 

+120

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: color of tie

08:00 PM

2051

Red

 

-250

 

2052

Blue

 

+275

 

2053

Field (any other color)

 

+650

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: crooked Hillary

08:00 PM

2021

Over 4½ uses of phrase

 

+150

 

2022

Under 4½ uses of phrase

 

-180

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: LeBron James

08:00 PM

2005

Uses complete phrase

 

+250

 

2006

Does not use complete phrase

 

-325

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: make America great again

08:00 PM

2023

Over 3 uses of phrase

 

-125

 

2024

Under 3 uses of phrase

 

-105

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Obamacare

08:00 PM

2009

Uses complete phrase

 

-2000

 

2010

Does not use complete phrase

 

+1000

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Supreme Court

08:00 PM

2007

Uses complete phrase

 

-1400

 

2008

Does not use complete phrase

 

+700

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: total words

08:00 PM

2027

Over 4249½ total words

 

-115

 

2028

Under 4249½ total words

 

-115

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: word used first

08:00 PM

2041

Bernie

 

+600

 

2042

Sanders

 

+1800

 

2043

Hillary

 

-500

 

2044

Clinton

 

+550

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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