Luckiest Gambler Ever Turns $1.75 Into $21K With A 19-Leg Masters Parlay

Augusta National Golf Club sign at The Masters

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Every year, The Masters is the first Major Championship on the professional golf calendar. And unless you are Gary Player, it is widely revered as the most esteemed and best tournament in all of golf.

For those of us watching The Masters at home because we once again didn’t hit the lottery for tickets to Augusta, it is still arguably the best week/end in golf. The sweet serenity of Jim Nantz announcing Amen Corner drama with (allegedly real) birds chirping in the background is better than a spa day.

Then there are the bettors amongst us who turn up the action. Hitting big bets early in The Masters week/end can turn a great Masters into an epic memory.

One such gambler just turned $1.75 into a $21,239.17 payday after hitting a 19-leg parlay. He even had Will Zalatoris on the ticket who withdrew prior to the tournament and thus that leg of the parlay was void.

For those out there looking at this who aren’t familiar with the intricacies of betting on golf, here’s what went down. He correctly picked 19 head-to-head matchups. Many sportsbooks allow bettors to wager on the pairings.

So if you and I got paired, the public could bet on you because I’m a poor golfer. Make sense? Now try and pick 19 matchups correctly!

This is almost certain to be the longest odds to hit on Masters Week. However, it’s still not my favorite bet of the week.

There was this other gambler who goes by @MattyBetss. He wrapped up his NCAA Tournament gambling with 3 losses in a row but the story was incredible.


Betting $100 on EVERY DOG results are in 🐕🏀 #marchmadness #greenscreen

♬ The Office – The Hyphenate

For the second year in a row, @MattyBetss placed a $100 wager on every underdog matchup in the NCAA Tournament. Thanks to wins by Princeton and Fairleigh Dickinson University (and others), he walked away nearly $2,000 up thanks to backing the underdogs.

Across all 67 games, he had 24 wins and 43 losses. Betting $100 on every underdog, he walked away up comfortably after the final whistle was blown.

He was also *ONE SHOT* away from FAU hitting over SDSU in the Final Four matchup. FAU seemed like they had that game locked up until the buzzer beater.

This is two years in a row now he’s taken this strategy and both years have been profitable.

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