FanDuel Sportsbook has handed out some big payouts over the last two weekends. The winnings are the result of some very strong parlay picking.

One customer placed a $200 “historic parlay” and walked away with $229,276.50. So, how did it happen?

This one happened on Monday, Nov. 25, and included the moneyline on one NFL contest, and combining NBA and NHL games.

Here is a breakdown of the bet:

Turning $1 parlay into $10,000 at FanDuel NJ

But wait, there is more.

Another FanDuel Sportsbook customer made the most of a $1 NFL parlay on Sunday. And, by the most, we mean finishing with a perfect card. Here it is:

Yes, there were a few upsets.

For instance, the Philadelphia Eagles were a 10-point road favorite against the Miami Dolphins. But it was the home team that walked away 37-31 winners.

Even punter Matt Haack threw a touchdown pass to the kicker Jason Sanders. Talk about things going the Dolphins way.

Plus, the previously winless Cincinnati Bengals pulled off a convincing 22-6 victory over the New York Jets.

The Houston Texans handed the New England Patriots their second loss of the season likely surprised some. The home team won 28-22 and had 21-9 advantage heading into the fourth quarter.

Monday Night Football parlay

Another NJ sports betting fan made out extremely well with Monday night’s game between the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks. 

This individual placed $500 on the Same Game Parlay bet slip that included:

  • Over 48.5 (+121)
  • Seahawks moneyline (-112)
  • Dalvin Cook touchdown score (+580)

The two teams combined for 67 points and the Seahawks won the game 37-30.

Plus, Cook scored the game’s first touchdown on a two-yard run. The running back ended up leaving the game midway through the third quarter with a shoulder injury.

Total these results and the customer got paid $14,249.

Bill Gelman

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