Bettor Banks $1.1 Million on Unreal 15-Leg Parlay at BetMGM

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One bettor this upcoming Thanksgiving is going to be especially grateful for three hockey teams, eight college programs, two NFL franchises, one NBA club and a golfer.

Honestly, there’s a 12 Days of Christmas joke to be had in there too, but don’t let that distract you from the bettor cashing a cross-market, 15-leg parlay at BetMGM, which was placed on Nov. 16 and banked five days later on Sunday, Nov. 21.

At roughly +22670 odds, the $50 ticket paid out north of $1 million.

OMG

A @BetMGM bettor turned $50 into over $1 MILLION yesterday 🤯 pic.twitter.com/UVSD72lomF

— Pickswise (@Pickswise) November 22, 2021

Notable Bets

Let’s start from the top.

Playing the Golden Knights alternate line of +2.5 wound up working out in this spot.

Elsewhere on the ice, the Capitals covered their puck line in a shootout, while Colorado put up a football score in a 7-3 win over Seattle.

College hoops was relatively sweat-free, including no-doubters on Michigan State (-2.5, won by 21) and UConn (-24.5, won by 53).

Meanwhile, the Hawks crushed the Celtics on the hardwood, and the Patriots blanked the Falcons on Thursday Night Football.

Things first got dicey early Sunday on the Ravens.

Baltimore peaked at -6.5 during the week, but closed as just 1-point chalk on the road at Chicago after quarterback Lamar Jackson was ruled out Saturday morning.

Bears backup quarterback Andy Dalton had the Ravens on their heels late.

THE RED RIFLE GIVES THE BEARS (+103 ML) THE LEAD ON 4TH DOWNpic.twitter.com/34EYPYoRoQ

— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) November 21, 2021

However, Baltimore backup Tyler Huntley led the game-winning drive, capped off by a Devonta Freeman tuddy.

Devonta Freeman gives the Ravens (-1.5) the late lead!pic.twitter.com/DkQNkEZwFq

— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) November 21, 2021

The bow on top was an outright win on 26-year-old golfer Jin Young Ko, who sealed up the the CME Group Tour Championship.

The Seoul native took home LPGA Player of the Year, while notably closing the season out with an absoluteLY ridiculous 63 consecutive greens hit.

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