Mystery Brit bets £4,000,000 on Trump winning United States election

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    A mysterious British ex-banker bet $5 million on Donald Trump winning the US election in what is thought to be the biggest political bet ever made.

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    A secret British entrepreneur has supposedly wager $5 million on Donald Trump winning the United States election.

    The confidential ex-banker, based offshore, is stated to have actually taken 37/20 chances on what is thought to be the biggest ever political wager at a personal bookmakers on the Caribbean island of Curacao.

    It would win practically $15 million (£11.5 million) if competitor Joe Biden is beat.

    A source from the wagering market informed the Sun: ‘Word of this bet has done the rounds and we think it’s the greatest ever made on politics.’

    Many individuals have actually hurried to put last-minute bets on today’s United States election, with betting company GVC stating the bets are ‘twice as big as 2016, easily making it the biggest political event ever.’

    People look overseas to put political bets since it is unlawful in the United States.

    Irish bookie Paddy Power stated 93% of wagers put on the election in the last 24 hours have actually backed Trump however some huge bets have actually been put on Biden too.

    British bookie Betfair Exchange stated a confidential much better put £1 million ($1.29 million) on Biden over the weekend.

    In overall $337 million has actually been bet on the 2020 election, a figure which is anticipated to come as much as £400 million.

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    British betting business Ladbrokes stated 3 in 4 bets on the election have actually forecasted a Trump win. A spokesperson informed the Sun: ‘Biden looks home and hosed according to the bookies and pollsters, but even at the eleventh-hour punters are continuing to back Trump at the odds on offer.’

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