When the tracking of potential Ben replacement candidates for Fed Chairman by Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, and InTrade prop bet replacement, began it had Janet Yellen as a solid favorite. Shortly thereafter, as news leaked that Obama’s favorite was Larry Summers, and as the president made it quite clear Yellen’s candidacy was certainly not on the front burner with the “Mr. Yellen” Freudian slip, Summers’ odds soared and hit a contract high of 85% last week. Over the weekend, anyone who had put money on Summers, was Harvarded and lost all capital at risk, and now, it is Yellen who is once again firmly in the lead with her odds soaring right back to just why of 90%, and well-ahead of second placed Don Kohn at 17%. Ironically, while the market never actually corrected for the “market negative” that Larry Summers’ candidacy is now spun to be, it is surely uncorrecting now that he is out.