NASCAR Bettor Turns $13 Into Nearly $1M With Improbable 4-Leg Parlay

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One NASCAR bettor is a very happy person after Sunday’s results of the Coke Zero Sugar 400. The race, which took place in Daytona, helped cash a wager that paid out a near $1 million win.

The gambler decided to take the longest of shots in Sunday racing action, placing a $13.49 free bet on four improbable drivers to finish in the top 10.

The slip needed Cody Ware, BJ McLeod, Landon Cassill, and David Ragan to finish among the top 10 racers in the event. The odds for that quartet were +2000, +2000, +1500, and +950, respectively. They also began the race at 33rd, 34th, 35th, and 36th in the starting lineup. That was out of 37 drivers.

Together, the parlay’s odds came in at +7408700, or about 74,000 to 1.

The conditions at Daytona were rainy on Sunday, which led to an unpredictable result. A massive 20+ car pileup cut a number of drivers’ days short while helping some of those in the back of the pack move up in the order.

When the chaos cleared, Cassill finished in 4th, Ware in 6th, McLeod in 7th, and Ragan in 9th. The measly $13 wager turned into an unreal $999,433 victory for the NASCAR bettor.

Take a look at the slip below.

A thing of beauty.


I imagine there’s no better feeling than taking the sportsbooks to the cleaners. That bankroll is locked and loaded as we get ready for football season.

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