BetDSI.com Streak Winner had Another Win….Sort of

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Sep/25/2017

So how did the BetDSI.com Streak Contest winner do with his exclusive picks provided to Gambling911.com. 

For those of you who might not have been following, Hoa "Tony" Nguyen is a wiley Vietnamese immigrant who won $25,000 Saturday in online sportsbook BetDSI.com's $25,000 Streak Challenge contest by picking a winner against the spread for 21 straight days.  This is believed to have been a record for any site that documents picks.

Nguyen stretched that record to 22 after providing gambling911.com with another winner last week.

But all good things must come to an end and that’s exactly what occurred in Week 4 of College Football with the USC/California game not going OVER.

Then came the NFL and Tony’s pick on the Saints/Panthers OVER 47. 

While that game did land on 47, technically a “push” for Tony, most books moved the total down to 46.5 prior to the game, thus providing the majority of Gambling911.com readers with a winner.

Our own Thomas Somach says he intends to get Tony’s upcoming picks so stay tuned.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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