Famous punter drops $2 million cash on Cowboys vs. Niners

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Mattress Mack made a big bet on the Cowboys to beat the 49ers this weekend.

Mattress Mack is back, folks. The famed sports bettor who won the largest known legal sports bet when the Houston Astros won the World Series has now bet $2 million on the Dallas Cowboys to beat the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL’s divisional round playoffs.

“I got a lot of Caesar Rewards points from Caesar’s,” he joked.

“All I have to say is what about the Cowboys? Go cowboys! he said after the bet slip came in.

Mattress Mack’s sports betting strategy

In fact, betting here doubles as a promotional option for its customers. For example, for this bet, Mack offers any customer who spends $3,000 or more on a mattress before the game get their money back if the Cowboys win.

Texas Monthly has covered Mattress Mack’s fairly simple strategy for her huge bets. He will come out on top anyway if the math works. If the bet wins, a profit is made as long as the customers have not spent more than the net profit on the sports bet itself. And if the bet loses, as long as customers have bought enough to cover the cost of the bet, that’s break even.

Right now, most sportsbooks have the 49ers as their favorite. After all, San Fran is the host team and Dak Prescott just doesn’t look as good as Mr. Irrelevant, Brock Purdy, leaving for the 49ers. Not to mention, the Niners’ decision to trade for Christian McCaffrey made their offense even more dangerous.

More recently, Mack took a huge L on a bet for TCU to win the national title game. Do what you will with this information when deciding whether or not to call him on this bet.

Remember, if you have money on the line, you probably don’t have as much as Mattress Mack. This can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on the perspective you choose.

The Cowboys and Niners play on Sunday.


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