WynnBet Arizona Sports Betting Player Turns $1K into $21K on 7-leg Parlay

WynnBet Arizona Sports Betting Player Turns $1K into $21K on 7-leg Parlay

Parlay players have been on a hot streak at WynnBET Arizona.

For the third time in the month of February, a Wynn Arizona sports betting customer hit it big with a multi-leg parlay, turning a $1,000 Wednesday wager into a $21,814.61 payday.

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Breaking Down the Winning Bet

The latest Arizona betting apps five-figure winner placed six men’s college basketball bets and one on the NHL.

The bettor had the Rutgers-Michigan under of 135.5, as well as the Michigan moneyline (the Wolverines won 71-62). The ticket also had Minnesota at +5.5 and the under in the Gophers’ 68-67 home loss to Wisconsin. The remaining two college basketball bets were the Kentucky moneyline (Kentucky 71, LSU 66) and the Dayton moneyline (Dayton 82, UMass 61).

The bettor’s big win was clinched by a Los Angeles Kings moneyline bet, which didn’t come in until the Kings scored a third-period goal to beat Arizona 3-2.

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A Look at the Last Two Big Winners

A week ago, an unnamed WynnBET Arizona user converted a $500 six-leg NBA parlay into $24,206.37.

The parlay had two legs each on the Miami-Charlotte, Washington-Brooklyn, and Dallas-New Orleans games.

In the second week of February, another WynnBet customer hit a 10-leg NBA parlay that turned a $25 bet into more than $13,000.

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Michael is a news editor overseeing coverage at BetArizona.com. He spent nine years as the sports editor of the Tulsa World. Before that, he was the high school sports editor at the Houston Chronicle. He also has been the sports editor at the Beaumont Enterprise and Galveston County Daily News in Texas.

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