My side won the bet . . .
On 22 August, in Copenhagen, Nina Arkani-Hamed conceded that supersymmetry (super)particles will not soon materialize. Emphasis on the "soon" because that was the bet.
Yonit Hochberg said:
Right now, nature is telling us that if supersymmetry is the right theory, then it doesn't look exactly like we thought it would.
As of this time none of the particles to the right of the dark red line have been detected. While I have never been a fan of supersymmetry (I run with the multiverse crowd.) I have hoped we would reach energies where the standard model would fail dramatically. Perhaps we can push the LHC a little bit more and find some surprises even though I am still skeptical. Maybe the americans should have built the Superconducting Super Collider.