Flurry of Last Minute Super Bowl Bets Come in on Rams by Mystery 'Gambler X'

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Feb/02/2019

David Purdem of ESPN was reporting late Saturday that several million in bets came in on the Rams late this week in Vegas.


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At one point earlier in the week, three times the bets were coming in on the Patriots -2.5 spread than the Rams and both totals combined.

The books will be hoping these million dollar bets get paid out.

From ESPN.com: "MGM Resorts reported taking a $2 million money-line bet late Thursday on the Rams, who face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday in Atlanta. Bookmaker William Hill on Friday said it took a $1.5 million money-line bet on the Rams, and hours later the sportsbook at South Point Casino in Las Vegas reported taking a $300,000 money-line bet on Los Angeles. The bets were made at +120 odds and first reported by the Vegas Stats & Information Network and RotoGrinders."

ESPN also noted that this gambler won similar bets on the 2017 World Series and last year's Super Bowl.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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