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Another Big Parlay Payout at BetDSI.com

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Oct/10/2011
Parlay Payout

The popular online sportsbook BetDSI.com has confirmed to Gambling911.com that it has paid out yet another massive parlay (ticket can be seen below).

“We had another big winner this past weekend as a guy hit a 12 team parlay risking $150 to win $150,000,” a BetDSI.com representative informed G911.

Parlay bets generally pay higher odds than the typical straight wager.  Parlays are single bets that link together two or more individual wagers with all required to win.  Should any of the bets lose, the entire parlay is a loser.  The more teams in the parlay, the higher the payoff but the odds of winning decrease as well.

 

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