Some punters have landed dream bets during the World Cup while some have come painfully close
There are plenty of markets punters can bet on with PointsBet for each World Cup game, earning some football fans serious cash from the comfort of their own couch.
Here are just some of the biggest winners and near misses customers have taken a punt on during the tournament to date.
One football fan took a chance on Senegal to net over 1.5 goals against Qatar at $2.05, unloading $30,000 on the market.
With Senegal scoring their second goal only 3 minutes into the 2nd half, the punter had a generous amount of time to think about how they were going to spend their $61,500 collect; a whopping $31,500 profit!
However, one unlucky punter put $38,900 on Germany to have over 6.5 corners vs Japan @ $2.2, which came agonizingly close. Germany were one corner shy of the punter collecting a staggering $85,580.
In stark contrast, one of the biggest prizes unfolded when a rather innovative punter created a 10-leg multi which they placed $300 on at odds of $177.84.
If the punter wasn't a three-lions fan already, he surely was that morning, needing only England to salute for the bet to come out on top.
Stunning goals from Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka to have England 3-0 up at the 57 minute mark all but made the $53k collect a certainty.
One eight-leg multi also allowed a punter to turn $10 into $7,927 by predicting if each of the 8 World Cup quarter-final matches received less than 3.5 total yellow or red cards.
So if players in those games received four or more cards, that particular punter would’ve said goodbye to their sweet, sweet cashola.
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