Mystery World Series Bettor Wins Big Again on Eagles Wagers

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The mystery gambler who made millions betting on the World Series has done it again — this time by placing fat bets on the Eagles to win Super Bowl 52. According to Pregame’s RJ Bell, the man with balls of steel raked in over 10 million Sunday night after the Eagles toppled the Pats:


Additional details on the man who can see the future from ESPN’s Ben Fawkes and David Purdum:

William Hill U.S. was the second sportsbook to report taking a $1 million bet on the Eagles from Bettor X. Director of trading Nick Bogdanovich said his book accepted a $1 million money-line bet on Philadelphia at plus-165 odds.
Sportsbook operator CG Technology and the South Point both took six-figure money-line wagers on the Eagles for $700,000 and $500,000, respectively, from him. A source told ESPN’s David Purdum that Bettor X put down an additional $500,000 on the Eagles moneyline.
Johnny Avello, executive director for Wynn Race & Sports, told Purdum that he also took a “good-size, six-figure” money-line bet on the Eagles from Bettor X, adding to what had already been lopsided action on Philadelphia.

Purdum confirmed the $3 million money-line bet at MGM. It was made on Jan. 24. On that day, the money-line for Philadelphia ranged from +155 to +185, according to VegasInsider. Rood declined to specify what price the bettor got.

Intern Danny told you guys a couple weeks ago this guy was going to bet millions on the Eagles, so you already know who to tail come March Madness, NBA Finals, etc. Or you can fade if you feel this hot streak has to end at some point.

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