Bookies have announced their odds for Dorset South and Dorset West.
Both constituencies see the Conservatives with the worst odds in terms of money-making with Dorset South on 1/12 and Dorset West on 1/14.
In Dorset West, Labour and the Green Party have come out with the best odds for the big-chancers at 100/1, but in Dorset South the best odds go to the Movement for Active Democracy and independent candidate Mervyn Stewkesbury also with 100/1.
Dorset West and Dorset South are both safe Conservative seats and so the return on betting is very low.
The Dorset South seat has been held by Conservative Richard Drax since 2010, when he gained the seat from Labour.
The seat has only ever not been held by the Conservatives four times since 1885.
Oliver Letwin has been the MP for Dorset West since the 2010 general election, a constituency which has only ever been held by Conservative MPs.
Bookmakers across Britain were expecting £25 million in bets to be placed on the result of the election, named the ‘First Political Grand National’ due to the uncertain amount.
The largest bet was placed at William Hill, where a man who had already won £193,000 predicting the correct result from the Scottish Referendum, staked the lot on a hung parliament as well as an extra £12,500.