Sportsbook.com Bettors Win Big - Tuesday 13th of December 2005

Huge payouts have become commonplace atSportsbook.com, and this past weekend was no exception. Two NFL fans both hit13 team parlays and rolled their initial $25 bets into $100,000 in winnings.This capped an incredible week for bettors that also included a reprieve forfans who bet the money line on the Eagles on Monday night's game. Thanks toSportsbook.com's NFL Shut Out Rule, those fans were refunded their bets.

"Our loyalty to our customers is one of the reasons we're the largestonline sportsbook and casino in the world and it's why everybody bets atSportsbook.com," said Alex Czajkowski, Marketing Director, Sportsbook.com."Every sportsbook took a hit this weekend with the NFL, but becauseSportsbook.com is part of a publicly traded company, customers know that theycan trust us to pay out when they win."

This weekend really caps an incredible year for bettors atSportsbook.com, a year in which the company has paid out more in winnings thanany other year in its history.

The winning started when two players hit 13 game parlays for a combined$200,000. Parlays are very popular, especially for fans wagering on NFL games.However, for two people on the same weekend to hit 13 team parlays is aspectacular and rare achievement.

The winning continued on Monday night when the Philadelphia Eagles turnedin a turkey of a performance against Seattle, losing 42-0 at home.Sportsbook.com's NFL Shut Out Rule stipulates that all money bet on any teamthat is shut out will be refunded. Sportsbook.com is the only onlinesportsbook to offer such an incentive to its customers. Thousands of bets,worth hundreds of thousands of dollars were refunded.

"The popularity of online gambling continues to sky rocket. Because weoffer the best customer service and betting options we're leading the industrywith more customers, more customer retention and more new registrations thanany of our competitors," added Czajkowski.

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