Yesterday was another winning day for me. I won 3 out of 3 on one of my Round Robins. This winning ticket alone paid out $13,350. Overall, I wagered $18,300 yesterday and cashed out $21,261.39 for a winning profit of +$2,961.39 in one day of betting on sports, as you can see below:
So far for 2018, I’m up +$25,164.32 in profits from betting on sports. Since December 30th, I’m now up a total of +$68,447.18!
‘How does making nearly $70,000 in less than 2 weeks from doing nothing but betting on sports sound to you?”
And you’ve literally seen it with your own eyes. All of my tickets and results are fully documented at http://TheWhaleTracker.com
If the patterns continue to form today, you’ll see my winnings eclipse $100,000 by tonight! That’s right: One good day today and I will win over $100,000.
Back in the old days, I was betting millions of dollars in the casino as a way to get the Mirage sportsbook to allow me to bet $20,000 per parlay on my Round Robins. I didn’t mind my losses in the casino because my Round Robins were paying out more than half a million dollars a ticket.
In fact, there were days when I was quite lucky in the casino and won big jackpots in the slot machines. It’s fun to win jackpots, right?
My whole goal in playing in the casino was to purposely brand myself as a losing gambler to the casino so that I could bet higher limits at the sportsbooks. By winning, it didn’t do me much good.
I wanted to lose money playing in the casino because it was the only way for me to bet big amounts on sports where my expertise truly shined. Sportsbooks in Las Vegas are known to take big money from straight wagers. For example: Just a couple days ago, one of my previous business associates wagered $400,000 on Alabama in the National Championship game.
However, sportsbooks are nowhere near as willing to take big action on Round Robins. Back in the old days, The Mirage sportsbook was the only place where I could bet max limits on my Round Robins. After cleaning the Mirage’s vaults out of tens of millions of dollars, things have never been the same since. Sportsbooks are now afraid to take high limits on Round Robins.
For example: The sportsbook where I currently bet at has a policy to flatly refuse any Round Robin bets that pay out more than $30,000. Due to this, I have a major problem accelerating to high limits when I’m hot.
You’ve seen me won nearly $70,000 in the last 2 weeks. But if I wasn’t limited to a max payout of $30,000 per Round Robin ticket, then I would have already won hundreds of thousands. In fact, I would have won millions during the 5-day run from December 30th to January 3rd if I could have wagered at the Mirage limits in the old days.
January 3rd of this year alone would have been a million-dollar day for me.
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To your success,
The Sports Betting Whale