Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest 2019: Odds And Prop Bets – Will Anyone Dethrone Joey Chestnut?

bet on nathan's hot dog contest 2019

betting on nathans hot dog eating contestNathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest is almost upon as us, as is American Independence, on July 4th. Eating hot dogs on the 4th is one of the most Merica’ things ever, and now you can bet on it! Joey Chestnut will take on a field of 19 other competitors as he tries to go for a four-peat, after winning the three previous years. There are odds available at several online sportsbooks, but we recommend, They offer new users a 50% Deposit Bonus up to $1,000, free deposits with credit cards, and fast payouts. They also have plenty of bets available for the 2019 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest.

Men’s 2019 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest – Odds To Win

Contestant Odds to Win
Joey Chestnut -1500
Field +700

Odds Analysis: Chestnut is Major League Eating’s top-ranked eater after downing 74 hot dogs in last year’s competition. Carmen Cincotti was who was runner up last year will not compete, but Matt Stone, the previous eater to scarf down more hot dogs than Chestnut (in 2015), will be there will a chance to reclaim his title.

Chestnut’s odds moved quite a bit at some operators, as he opened at -900. You may find some sportsbooks with a better price than -1500, but you won’t find anything close to -900. There isn’t a ton of value in this number, but I don’t see Chestnut losing this one.

Men’s Winner Total Hot Dogs Eaten – Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest

Bet Odds
Over 73.5 (-150)
Under 73.5 (+110)

Odds Analysis: Chestnut broke the record for hot dogs eaten in the competition last year. Will he be coming for his record the 2019 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest? It’s possible. But, if we look back on the history of the contest, there have been a few times where fewer hot dogs are eaten after previous highs are set.

Chestnut has increased the number of dogs he’s eaten in each of his wins, like 70 in 2016, 72 in 2017, and 74 in 2018. However, we’ve seen drops in the number of dogs eaten after several years, with 69 eaten in 2013 and 61 and 62 eaten in the next two years. Competitive eaters are always improving their techniques, but I think we may be topping out on how many hot dogs a human can eat in ten minutes. I will take the under and hope that Chestnut doesn’t match or beat his record in this year’s event.

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Proposition Bets At Bovada has quite a few more prop offerings than One quite interesting prop available is if PETA will interfere in the competition. They did just that in 2016, throwing fake blood all over the eaters.

Special – Will A Contestant Be Interrupted By PETA During the Contest?

Bet Odds
Yes +700
No -1600

Chestnut and Stone – Head-to-Head

A less risky way to get money down on Chestnut might be to take him in a head-to-head matchup against Matt Stone. Stone is likely the only competitor that may upset Chestnut, so if he manages to beat him, then he will, at least in our minds, win the hot dog contest. Bovada has odds on their head-to-head matchup.

Men’s Championship – Head-to-Head Winner

Joey Chestnut VS Matt Stonie
-750 Moneyline +415

As you can see, we get a much cheaper price with Chestnut if we take him against Stonie. It’s -750 compared to -1500. I do like this bet as I think he’s the only actual competition to Chestnut in this contest. If he ends up beating him, then he should win it all, and we have to risk a lot less to earn some money on Chestnut.

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