That didn’t steer away bettor James Adducci who got his wife to allow him to place an $85,000 wager on Woods to win the 2019 Masters at the William Hill sportsbook with 14/1 odds. It paid off and Adducci brought home about $1.2 million dollars and this payout broke William Hill’s record for the largest paid out future bet.
Vegas Dave – $200,000 on a $20,000 bet. Dave Oancea, a renowned gambler from Las Vegas, enjoyed a record month in November 2015 due to being responsible for two of the biggest betting wins in sports gambling.
Those bets would all pay about $10,000 AUD ($9,300 USD), which is pretty good. However, they’re just chump change compared to the biggest potential payout. TAB has confirmed that one bettor has ...
Maximum payout Sportsbet sets a daily maximum win of AUD$500,000, unless otherwise negotiated. For sports and racing wagers the maximum betting limits depend on the event and bet type.
by Garry Lu. A local hero has overcome unbelievable odds with a fully-loaded golf punt through Sportsbet. In what can only be described as a bloody good weekend, the operator in question secured a considerable $679,894 payday armed with nothing but their wit and a single spare dollar.
Unless otherwise agreed with Sportsbet the maximum payout is AUD$100,000. The maximum cumulative payout for exotics wagers per race is $10,000. The maximum cumulative payout for Quaddie wagers per meeting is $20,000. The maximum cumulative payout for daily double wagers per meeting is $5000.
4.5 Maximum Multi Bet payout limits apply to any one customer or a group of customers who are in Sportsbet's opinion acting together, who have placed bets containing the same selections, including where placed in a series of bets, at a range of prices, over a number of days using different betting accounts and/or across different betting channels. In such cases, the total payout across all bets/channels/accounts will not exceed the maximum payout limit of AUD$1,000,000.
To calculate the payout: $10 stake x $2.50 odds = $25 face value of ticket (this is what you would have been paid if there were no deductions) $25 face value of the ticket x 36c deductions per dollar = $9 deducted amount. $25 face value of ticket - $9 deducted amount = $16 actual payout. Schedule of Deductions