This one had absolutely no chance of not happening. British sportsbook Coral got
– we assume it was a miscalculation based on the name not visual characteristics. So Bubba's odds to win the Master were offered at 1000-1 as oppose to the accurate market price of 40-1. Naturally some
chap named Lee Beardmore (WOW that sounds really British!) thought he was getting a great deal, bet Bubba at 1000-1, and is furious the sportsbook won't honor it. Sure he’s got a point, but every bettor should know that 99 times out of 100, the books win these type of arguments. Heck, this type of thing happens twice a week at Pinnacle.
"I was really excited when I went to collect my winnings because I've never won that much before. But when I found it was a mistake I didn't know what to think.
"I was gutted and angry because I don't know why I should be punished for someone else's mistake.
"I put good money on a bet which I thought was legitimate and now it turns out it's not worth the paper it's written on."