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Once upon a time, a bet on US politics was a dour affair, but this election has turned that on its head. The odds on Donald Trump’s re-election shift on an almost hourly basis. At present, online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada, give him little chance. However, that could so easily change. The swing state polls might indicate Joe Biden has this in the bag, but nothing is for certain in 2020. This one will go all the way to the wire, and then possibly to the Supreme Court. ... read more

Among the numerous and prestigious Nobel Prize winners in 2020 sit Professor Wilson and Professor Milgrom. Whilst quite unassuming, this pair of economists have revolutionized the way in which people conduct auctions. Not that this will apply to those who pop onto Ebay after hitting up online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada. This is about the auctions governments run for macro resources. Not you buying second hand electronics. However, their theory benefits you anyway. ... read more

Anyone in the US gambling laws of decorum might rein in this President would have despaired on debate night. You can always bet on Donald Trump to be bombastic, but this was downright rude. Interrupting both his opponent and the moderator, the President seemed incapable of rational discussion. It made a bet on Joe Biden winning the US election look an obvious choice. The odds on Donald Trump at Bovada and other online US bookmakers are now slipping away.   ... read more

The liberal media complained it was hostile. Of course, a debate over the leadership of the world’s most powerful nation shouldn’t be a game of patty-cake. Many Americans were only too well aware of this. Perhaps that’s why for Donald Trump US election odds haven’t shifted very far. His support is staunch. Online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada may now give him slightly longer odds, it’s true. But let’s remember, they didn’t think he’d beat Hillary, did they?  ... read more

Typically, the final leg of the US horse racing Triple Crown is a big occasion. It draws huge crowds of fans and often bestows the title each horse and rider are seeking. However, this year, those that usually bet on sports in the US at Bovada will have spotted things are different. There will be no crowds at the 145th running of the race, which usually isn’t the last of the three. Still, just because you can’t go and watch won’t actually affect the odds on the Preakness Stakes 2020. ... read more

A bet on climate change doesn’t roll around very often. The lengthy nature of the process rather precluding a snappy flutter. However, with record temperatures hitting the headlines, and causing some very nasty side effects, science has the answer. In addition to your regular bet on sports in the US you can now bet on this being the hottest year on record or not. Online bookies like Bovada have the odds you need whether you believe in it or not. You can wager either way. ... read more

Where once a bet on US politics was a wager on the rather woefully obvious, these days little is as unpredictable. It is far more so than a bet on sports in the US. This is not because the mercurial political support of the US electorate is hard to assess, but because it may not matter. The President has once again refused to confirm he will abide by the results in November. He even threatens violence if he loses. This makes a bet on Donald Trump to win the election at Bovada a sensible option. Reality may just not matter. ... read more

On paper, a bet on Joe Biden winning the 2020 election looks massively attractive. The world has beset the incumbent administration with crisis after crisis. However, before you rush off to take advantage of US gambling laws at Bovada and other online bookies, have care. Biden can’t rely on the political certainties that would once have seen him swept to power on a landslide. This isn’t going to be a ho-hum election. Right now a bet on politics in the US is just a tad cavalier. ... read more

They say a week is a long time in politics. That means November is a lifetime away. In the final sprint to the White House, anything could happen. So, whilst, at present, a bet on Donald Trump losing the 2020 election seems a great idea, it may not be. Those polls could be wrong. Very wrong. Perhaps that’s why the odds on Donald Trump and the odds on Joe Biden at online betting sites in the US like Bovada are so similar. This election is a stride into the unknown. ... read more