CNN Money called the US Election the greatest non-donning wagering occasion in the UK's history after punters spent more than £150m on the result, more prominent even that the Brexit choice. Ladbrokes told a CNN delegate that they were going up against normal 35 wagers for each moment.
William Hill took a wager of €550,000 from one female punter who was supporting Hillary Clinton. She was taking a gander at a €220,000 bonus if the surveys had legitimized. There were additionally wagers of £150,000 and £183,200 on Clinton to win, both from female punters. Spreadex took a £200,000 wager from a man backing Trump (he has recently won £500,000), and John Mappin from Cornwall has won over £100,000 subsequent to putting down more than 30 wagers on Donald Trump over a drawn out period.
Disregard building dividers; Paddy Power is in a £4.5m opening on account of Donald Trump's impossible win. The Irish bookmaker settled on the somewhat rash choice to pay out $1.1m in wagers on Hillary Clinton a month ago in light of the fact that they trusted she was a dead-cert.
At the season of the payout, Paddy Power said that Clinton was a 85.7% most loved to take the White House. They paid out more than 6,000 punters however continued tolerating further wagers on a Donald Trump win to the tune of another $3.5m. Luckily, the misfortunes haven't wiped the grin off the Irish funsters faces.