SCOTUS Pick Betting Odds Have Kavanaugh, Barrett in Dead Heat

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Jul/09/2018

Ready for primetime but US President Donald Trump reportedly was yet to have made up his mind on the next Supreme Court Justice pick.  Gamblers haven't either as both Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett remain the co-favorites.

BetDSI.com was one of the few of the traditional online gambling venues were offering bets on Trump's next SCOTUS pick, to be announced 9 pm EDT on live television nationwide.

ODDS UPDATED MONDAY JULY 9 6:45 pm EDT

  • Amy Coney Barrett
    +250
  • Brett Kavanaugh
    +350
  • Thomas Hardiman
    +500
  • Raymond Kethledge
    +800
  • Amul Thapar
    +1000
  • Mike Lee
    +1200
  • Joan Larsen
    +1500
  • William Pryor
    +2000
  • Britt Grant
    +2000
  • Diane Sykes
    +3000
  • Don Willett
    +3000
  • Thomas Lee
    +3000
  • Allison Eid
    +4000
  • Margaret Ryan
    +4000
  • Paul Clement
    +4000
  • Federico Moreno
    +5000
  • Patrick Wyrick
    +5000
  • Kevin Newsom
    +5000
  • Jeff Sessions
    +10000
  • Judge Joe Brown
    +25000
  • Judge Judy
    +25000
  • Ivanka Trump
    +25000
  • Tomi Lahren
    +50000
  • Charlie Kirk
    +50000
  • Donald Trump Jr.
    +50000
  • Kanye West
    +100000
  • Field (Any Other Person)
    +1000

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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