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Just six days before the NFL’s Super Bowl LVII takes place, a fan revealed on social networks that he is just one step away from winning $56,000 dollars with a meager investment of $50 dollars, as long as the Kansas City Chiefs win against Philadelphia Eagles.
Through Twitter, the @br_betting account announced that after betting on four different sports, these people are only waiting for the result for which they bet for the current edition of Super Bowl LVII to be finalized and thus become with this sum of money.
The fan predicted that the Houston Astros in the MLB would win the 2022 World Series; Colorado Avalanche in NHL and Golden State Warriors in NBA. Three different disciplines to which a fourth would be added with the NFL final.
“If the Chiefs win this week, I’m going to collect this parley for $56,000 dollars,” the netizen wrote in a private message in which he also promised to lose his girlfriend’s marriage if he was right.
“This bettor will win $56K if the Chiefs win the Super Bowl…And he plans to propose to his girlfriend right after (…) this bettor has asked to remain anonymous for now for obvious reasons”wrote the Twitter account in charge of bringing to light this risky bet.
Although the bets are usually closed when it comes to finals, several forecasts assume that the Philadelphia Eagles will be the new champion of Super Bowl LVII. As has been the custom year after year in the NFL, the famous video game Madden 23 wanted to figure out who will be the champion and used an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system to achieve it.
This simulation showed that Philadelphia would win against the Kansas City Chiefs with a score of 31-17. However, they went a bit further and also predicted that Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts would win MVP by completing 26 of 33 passes for 282 yards; two touchdowns and 10 rushes for 88 yards, no interceptions.
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