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Bet of the Week: Ohio Bettor Wins 7-Leg MLB Parlay

August 22, 2023

In our Bet of the Week series, Tipico Sportsbook highlights one of the most notable wagers of the previous week.

An Ohio bettor utilized Tipico’s wide range of Major League Baseball betting options, winning a 7-leg parlay for a payout of $1,424.41 in our latest Bet of the Week!

On May 29, our customer laid down $30 at +4748 odds on a multi-leg parlay that combined moneylines, spreads and totals, and also included a Same Game Parlay (SGP) for the Cubs-Rays game.

The biggest nail-biter for our winner was the Twins-Astros game, but Minnesota delivered with two runs in the top of the 10th inning. The Rangers, Cubs, Guardians and Diamondbacks also took care of business for our customer.

“Nothing like baseball on Memorial Day,” said Tipico Sportsbook Analyst Brian Gilmartin. “This MLB parlay was never in doubt and made for a nice payday this past holiday weekend.”

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Tipico Offering SGPs!

Same game, same excitement. Tipico is making betting on Major League Baseball even more thrilling with Same Game Parlays on a wide assortment of game lines and player props!

Currently you can do SGPs on spreads, totals and money lines as well as these player props:

  • Hits
  • Runs
  • Home runs
  • Singles
  • Doubles
  • Triples
  • Pitching
  • Team totals

To take an example from the Mets-Reds game on May 9, you could theoretically wager on this SGP:

  • Reds moneyline at +160
  • Wil Myers Over 0.5 to hit a home run at +675
  • Total runs scored Over 7.5 at +205
  • Possible payout = $2,820.90

Remember, you must succeed on all legs of your parlay to win the total payout.

Ready to try your hand at MLB betting? Let’s go!

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Alex Valdes
Alex Valdes is Web Content Manager at Tipico North America. He has written, edited and performed user and site analysis at MoneyTalksNews, NBC Sports, MSN, Bing, MSNBC, as well as newspapers and magazines.
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