Sports lovers can sometimes be crazy. Some fans like to support their team by dressing up in crazy costumes, while others like to fight with fans of the other team in the parking lot. Even though both are “not normal,” they don’t seem as strange as some of the different bets people have made on sports over the years. You can get on our list by performing a feat at 20Bet Login.
Getting A Tattoo Of The Team, You Don’t Like
This kind of bet can be used in many situations. You often agree to get a tattoo of the other team’s logo if they beat your favorite team. Once the tattoo needle starts buzzing and you realize you’ll have to live with the other team’s ccolorsfor the rest of your life, it no longer seems like a fun way to show support for your team.
Underdog at 999 to 1 odds
In 2011, an Arizona Cardinals fan set a new level of nervelessness for people who bet on sports. The person bet $250 on the Cardinals making the playoffs at odds of 500 to 1. He also put $250 on the team to win the World Series, with odds of 999 to 1. The lucky gambler won both, giving him or her a total of $375,000. With only 15 games left in the MLB season, the Cardinals were five games away from making the playoffs.
Bill Belichick: Style Icon
Bill Belichick, coach of the New England Patriots, is known for wearing hoodies over and over again. When it was time for his team to play in Super Bowl XLIX, several big sportsbooks couldn’t resist making his fashion sense (or lack thereof) a prop bet. One choice was the colour of his hoodie. Grey was the favourite, with odds of -200. The kind of hoodie was also a factor. The sleeves could be cut or left whole.
French weathergirls are lucky.
I’m sorry, but I must prepare for my trip to France. Doris Tiller was a French meteorologist who wanted her country’s soccer team to go to the World Cup. She wanted it so much that if they were successful, she promised to do her forecast in her underwear. Doris, who used to be a model, kept her promise by getting naked on live TV, and she did not get fired.
The National Anthem, as sung by Idina Menzel
Idina Menzel is best known for her role as Elsa in Frozen and how John Travolta mispronounced her name at the Oscars. When she was asked to sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl XLIX, a popular sportsbook, she let people wager on whether she would change or forget the words. She did a great job, even though her version of the patriotic song slightly differed from what most people would expect. I think that the crowds didn’t bother her at all.
A “parlay,” another name for an accumulator bet, is a single bet that links several other bets. If the first bet wins, the winnings get passed on to the next chance in the chain. But for you to get paid, all of your choices must win. In 2001, a British roofer (not the rapper) beat the odds by putting less than fifty cents on a 15-game soccer accumulator. Even though the odds were 1,666,666 to 1, he made about $780,000.