William Hill has Donald Trump at Just 1-3 Odds in Massachusetts Primary

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Feb/27/2016
William Hill has Donald Trump at Just 3-1 Odds in Massachusetts Primary

The United Kingdom’s largest bookmaker, William Hill, has a gift for gamblers worldwide except for US gamblers who can’t play there.  Real estate magnate Donald Trump is coming in at 1-3 odds to win the Massachusetts primary this coming Tuesday.  That means you only have to bet $30 to win $10 (that $30 is refunded just as long as Trump is victorious).

To put this in perspective, some of Hill's competitors were listing Trump with odds of 1-80 to win in Massachusetts.

Have a friend or family member in Europe who can place this wager for you all living in the United States?

The latest polls in Massachusetts show Trump demolishing Florida Senator Marco Rubio by a 43 to 20 percent margin. 

North American facing online bookmaker BetDSI.com was expected to offer betting on the Super Tuesday races, just not at those crazy odds in Massachusetts.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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