Mystery Gambler Really Won $14 Million Betting World Series?

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“Ghost Gambler” Wins $14 Million With Vegas World Series Bet? - On Halloween night, a prominent Las Vegas oddsmaker, R.J. Bell, told of a mysterious gambler with uncanny luck had bet on the winning team in all of the first five games in the series, Bell wrote on Twitter Tuesday. By "letting it ride" - that is, reinvesting his winnings - on each game, the unidentified bettor had raked in a staggering $8 million, Bell claimed. Now, he said, the risk-taker was going all-in on the Dodgers for Game 6.  Read More Here

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