What is the biggest bet ever placed?
The Top Sports Bets Ever Placed and Won
- $2.5 Million – Kansas City Royals Future.
- $1.2 Million – Tiger Woods Masters Bet.
- $800,000 – New England Patriots Super Bowl Bet.
- $560,000 – Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Future.
- £200,000 – Leicester City Premier League Future.
Who made 3 million dollar bet on Super Bowl?
Jim McIngvale, or as he’s famously known “Mattress Mack”, placed a $3.46 million bet on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Sunday’s Super Bowl.
How much did Mattress Mack make on the Super Bowl bet?
Texas man ‘Mattress Mack’ wins $3.4 million bet on Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV – ABC7 Los Angeles.
What is the largest sports bet you can make?
Biggest bet: Mattress Mack’s $1.5 million online wager on the Astros to win the World Series. Biggest parlay payout: $229,276.50. One bettor placed a $200 wager on a 15-leg parlay that included NFL, NBA and NHL moneylines. Longest odds payout: A 14-leg parlay that paid out at 10971-1 odds.
Has anyone ever hit a 12 team parlay?
Montgomery placed a $100, 12-team parlay that hit the first 11 legs on Sunday. … There’s nothing crazy about this parlay. There’s no huge underdog that juiced up the price; the Saints are the biggest underdog play at +130. Four of the 12 picks were plus-money with the Rams coming in as a pick’em.
Who made the biggest bet on Super Bowl?
The largest reported Super Bowl bet ever, in terms of amount risk, is believed to be a $4.8 million money-line wager on the Rams to beat the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI that was placed with MGM in Las Vegas in 2002. The Patriots upset the Rams 20-17.
How much did the guy who bet 3.5 million make?
Mattress Mack – also known as Jim McIngvale – placed a nearly $3.5 million bet on the Buccaneers and he’ll now get a payout of more than $6 million. He’s passing his winnings to his customers after posting on his Facebook page that if Tampa won the game, some customers would get their money back on a new mattress.
How much did Mattress Mack bet on the Super Bowl 2021?
But Mack insists it’s nothing against the Chiefs, telling The Action Network it’s just that he always has a promotion involving the Super Bowl underdog. He says the $3.4 million bet should be a decent hedge against the people who would get free mattresses if the Bucs win, “not unless there’s a last minute surge.”
How much did the Mattress King win?
McIngvale won $2.72 million this February on a Super Bowl bet. His $3.46 million wager on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to cover the 3.5 point spread was the largest placed on the game.