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Super Tuesday Prop Bets: Over/Under Total Delegates Won By 2020 Democrats

The 2020 Democratic presidential nominee odds and what each candidates’ chances are will begin to paint a clearer picture once the dust settles from Super Tuesday.

A total of 1,344 pledged delegates will be awarded on Tues., Mar. 3, and the current betting odds for Super Tuesday favor Bernie Sanders winning a majority of the states’ primary elections next week.

Sanders was the betting favorite to win 12 of the 14 Super Tuesday states earlier this week. Although Sanders’ chances have slipped for the Minnesota primary — Amy Klobuchar is now slightly favored to defend her home turf — the Vermont senator is still projected to win 11 states as well as the American Samoa caucuses and the Democrats Aboard primary.

However, there is one more early state primary before Super Tuesday, and the odds to win the South Carolina Primary heavily favor Joe Biden before voters cast their ballot on Sat., Feb. 29.

After opening as a slight underdog to Bernie Sanders, the betting public has pounded Biden to win South Carolina. Currently, the former Vice President is listed at -1300 odds, meaning a $13 bet would receive $1, and oddsmakers give the wager a roughly 85% chance to payout.

Tomorrow’s South Carolina primary results could have a significant impact on voters in Super Tuesday states. A big win for Biden means his campaign may be able to mount a comeback while a close contest or an upset for Sanders would likely put his campaign on cruise control for the nomination.

With their political betting futures already receiving action, the oddsmakers at BetOnline sportsbook have released prop bets for the over/under total number of delegates each candidate will win on Super Tuesday.

Super Tuesday Over/Under Total Delegates

Sanders is projected to receive nearly twice as many Super Tuesday delegates as any other Democratic presidential candidate with his over/under set at 582 delegates. The odds for Sanders favor him finishing under that mark.

Coming in second is the betting odds for Biden, and the former VP’s over/under is listed at 310 delegates with the over favored.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will finally be making is first official ballot appearance on Super Tuesday, and the over/under has been set at 210 delegates. However, Bloomberg’s odds heavily favor a bet on the under winning.

As for Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar, let’s just say they’ll be fortunate to hit triple digits. Here’s a complete look at the Super Tuesday over/under’s along with additional props immediately following.

Political Props – Feb. 28, 2020 via BetOnline

Over/Under Total Delegates Won By Bernie Sanders

  • Over 582 delegates +100
  • Under 582 delegates -140

Over/Under Total Delegates Won By Joe Biden

  • Over 310 delegates -150
  • Under 310 delegates +110

Over/Under Total Delegates Won By Mike Bloomberg

  • Over 210 delegates +150
  • Under 210 delegates -200

Over/Under Total Delegates Won By Elizabeth Warren

  • Over 134 delegates +120
  • Under 134 delegates -160

Over/Under Total Delegates Won By Pete Buttigieg

  • Over 69 delegates +170
  • Under 69 delegates -250

More Super Tuesday Props

Political Props – Feb. 28, 2020 via BetOnline

Over/Under Total Super Tuesday Primaries Won By Bernie Sanders

  • Over 10.5 Wins -120
  • Under 10.5 Wins -120

Over/Under Total Super Tuesday Primaries Won By Joe Biden

  • Over 2.5 Wins -400
  • Under 2.5 Wins +250

Over/Under Total Super Tuesday Primaries Won By Mike Bloomberg

  • Over 1 Win +200
  • Under 1 Win -300

Who Will Win The Super Tuesday Minnesota Primary?

  • Amy Klobuchar -120
  • Bernie Sanders +100

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