Here Are The Prop Bets For Wednesday Night’s Presidential Debate In Las Vegas
The third and final presidential debate is set to take place Wednesday night in Las Vegas, and as you might imagine, the prop bets are pretty entertaining.
Official Nevada gaming regulations “prohibit wagering on events such as political debates,” according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. But offshore betting sites are set to go for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s last head to head debate before the election in November.
The most recent odds are in favor of Clinton to be the next President of the United States. Offshore sports book Oddsshark.com has Clinton at minus-650 (risk $650 to win $100) and Trump at plus-400 (risk $100 to win $400). Any other candidate has plus-2,500 odds (risk $100 to win $2,500) to win the election.
According to the offshore sports book Oddsshark.com, the updated odds for the next president of the United States favor Clinton at minus-650, with Trump at plus-400 (wager $100 to win $400) and any other candidate at plus-2,500.
Here are some of the prop bets set by online gambling site Bovada via offshore sports book Oddsshark.com:
Will Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shake hands before the debate begins?
Who will be the first to interrupt the other?
Donald Trump -300
Hillary Clinton +200
How many times will Trump say “Make America Great Again?”
Over 2 -105
Under 2 -135
How many times will “Wikileaks” be said?
Over 3.5 -135
Under 3.5 -105
How many times will Trump say “rig” or “rigged”?
Over 4.5 EVEN
Under 4.5 -140
What color will Donald Trump’s tie be?
Other color +600
What color will Hillary Clinton’s jacket be?
Other color +400
Which network will have the most recorded viewers?
Will the third Presidential debate garner more viewers than the second?
Yes (over 63.6 million) +150
No (under 63.6 million) -200
Chris Wallace, host of “Fox News Sunday,” will moderate Wednesday night’s debate, which will be split into six 15-minute segments, according to LVRJ. Each candidate will have two minutes to respond to questions as well as a chance to respond to their opponent’s answer.
The six segments are supposed to focus on the following issues: immigration, entitlements and debt, the Supreme Court, the economy, foreign policy and each candidate’s fitness to serve as president. We’ll just have to wait and see how quickly the schedule runs off the rails.