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FBI’s Most Wanted List Odds: Bet On Who Will Get Captured First

FBI Most Wanted poster for Ruja Ignatova

The ever-expanding realm of entertainment betting has now blossomed to include the creation of prop bets involving the FBI’s Most Wanted List. The United States Federal Bureau of Investigations maintains a list of their most wanted fugitives and posts it around the country in hopes that someone knows their whereabouts.

BetOnline, a top provider of entertainment prop bets, has now posted odds on which of the most wanted will be captured next.

FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives

  • Yulan Adonay Archaga Carias +300
  • Omar Alexander Cardenas +300
  • Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel +400
  • Alejandro Castillo +400
  • Arnold Jimenez +425
  • Alexis Flores +500
  • Ruja Ignatova +600
  • Michael James Pratt (No Odds At The Moment)

Savvy readers may have noticed that there are only eight names included in the above prop. That’s because Jose Rodolfo Vallarreal-Hernandez and Rafael Car0-Quintero have already been captured. They will be replaced with two new outlaws shortly, but for now, there are only seven options for betting on the most wanted list.

Yulan Adonay Archaga Carias is involved in the leadership of the gang known as MS-13. He is wanted for the trafficking of arms, cocaine, and money laundering in Honduras. His +300 odds will deliver 3-to-1 payouts on wagers placed for him to be caught first.

Omar Alexander Cardenas is also in the lead with the same +300 moneyline possessed by Carias. Cardenas is wanted for murdering a man at an LA-area shopping center using an automatic weapon.

Both Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel and Alejandro Castillo are tied for third place with +400 odds. Patel beat his wife to death while at a Donut Shop in Hanover, MD. He then fled after being charged with the crime. Castillo killed his girlfriend in North Carolina 5 years ago while they were both teenagers.

Up next on the list is Arnold Jimenez at +425, who continues the spouse-killing trend. Back in 2019, Jiminez killed his wife after being married for less than 24 hours.

Alexis Flores is responsible for one of the oldest crimes on this list, kidnapping and killing an adolescent girl in 2000. Authorities believe that Flores has relocated to Honduras.

The lone female fugitive is Ruja Ignatova, who is also known as the “Crypto Queen.” Ignatova is wanted for scamming investors out of millions using various schemes, most notably, the phony cryptocurrency OneCoin. Ironically, gamblers can bet with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on Ignatova’s chances of being apprehended and brought to justice.

Michael James Pratt is featured on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List, but there are no odds provided for him right now. He is wanted in connection with the production and possession of child pornography and other charges related to sex trafficking through two websites that earned him millions of dollars.

These FBI Most Wanted odds have the potential to remain on the boards forever, with bets paying out as each criminal is caught. New fugitives will replace the old, which will cause the odds to update on all candidates.

FBI’s Most Wanted List Betting Odds: BetOnline.AG


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