BetOnline First to Release 2nd Presidential Debate Prop Bets

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Online sportsbook BetOnline (SBR rating A+) is the first sports betting site to release proposition bets on the second Presidential debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton. The second debate takes place Sunday night and will be moderated by Anderson Cooper (CNN) and Martha Raddatz (ABC).

Betting sites are yet to spread odds on the first and only Vice Presidential debate Tuesday night with Mike Pence (R) taking on Tim Kaine (D). Once VP debate prop bets are released they will be added to the US election odds directory, which compares sportsbook odds on all election related wagering markets.

As of this publication, Hillary Clinton is a -275 betting favorite over Donald Trump to become the next President of the United States.

2nd Presidential Debate Prop Bets
Red is a -175 favorite to be the color of tie worn by Donald Trump, and odds range from +250 to +1400 on other color options. This wagering market was not without controversy as one bitcoin betting site voided bets after the debate had started because wagers were made after the pre-debate TV coverage exposed each candidate's attire. There are currently no odds on Clinton's attire.

UK punters can get some action down on whether or not Donald Trump will reference 'Brexit', with yes offered at -260 odds and the no side at +200. Trump referring to the British pound at all will pay out at +350 odds.

BetOnline is taking bets on Trump using the exact phrase 'Build a Wall' with +300 on the yes side and -400 on the no. Other buzz words from the campaign trail such as Crooked Hillary pay out at +200.

A unique wagering market for the second debate — but perhaps not new as a drinking game — is the number of times Donald Trump will say 'lie, lies, or liar' with the over 4.5 times priced at -115. Trump saying 'wrong' is listed at -150 for over 3.5 times spoken.

Prop bets are yet to be released on Hillary Clinton's debate performance. Sportsbook Review will update readers as vice presidential prop betting odds are released as well as when additional sportsbooks release odds for the second presidential debate.

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