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Bookmakers are betting on who will host the “Jeopardy!” by Alex Trebek-including long-standing candidates such as President Trump.
The commander-in-chief included in the list of the top 30 possible alternatives offered by sports betting. Other unlikely competitors include Piers Morgan and UFC commentator Joe Rogan.
There is no doubt that the greatest work of all time, “Jeopardy!” winner Ken Jennings (Ken Jennings), who was recently hired as a consultant producer and brand ambassador, is still clearly the favorite on the hot table. Even if the odds are the same, the gambler will win $100 for every $1
“It will be Ken Jennings-no doubt,” Sean Moore tweeted on the online list, which also made him popular. “He was appointed as a consultant and I believe he will become the new host.”
Another commentator, Kyle Stevens, tweeted: “We all know it will be Ken. The other names are just for fun.”
Jennings’ most intense game in sports betting came from the host of “Good Morning America”, 59-year-old George Stephanopoulos, who is reportedly already lobbying for the work. He will also give supporters a favor. If they are hired, they will win $325 for every $100 bet.
The top five bookmakers include LeVar Burton, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sayak (Pat Sajak), for every $100 bet, supporters get $1600.
At the same time, Trump, who is ranked 30th on the list, will help his supporters make a fortune. If he moves from the White House to “Jeopardy!”, they will win $100,000 for every $100 bet.
James Holzhauer-the greatest “Jeopardy!” of all time, Adam Burns of sports betting told the Toronto Sun that champion-ranked 29th, odds + 2500, maybe because he lacks personality charm.
Other long-term bets include actress Rosie Perez and talk show queen Oprah Winfrey, as well as podcast king Joe Rogan (Joe Rogan) after being broadcast by UFC commentators. The latter will win supporters of $6,600 for every $100 bet.
Other long shots include the return of Jon Stewart to television and the former “America’s Got Talent” judge Piers Morgan.
“Pierce Morgan’s idea of becoming a dangerous host is frightening. It’s like replacing diamonds with turf,” an uninterested person replied on Twitter.
Burns of the sports betting company predicts that the show will not choose to “be another Alex Trebek” and that gamblers may wait nervously.
He told the Toronto Sun: “They may take some time to make sure they choose the right option.”