A College pupil who received just about $150,000 on a Dustin Martin and Billy Slater multibet is heading to the gaming regulator to assert his funds from Tabcorp.
As described in the Herald Sun, Jonathan Simon put a 3-leg $36 wager on a collection of combos involving Martin to gain the 2017 Norm Smith Medal and Slater to gain the 2017 Clive Churchill Medal.
Equally results eventuated, with Simon profitable a whopping $147,456.
But Tabcorp turned down Simon’s ticket, arguing the wager contained the identical wager in various legs, raising the odds exponentially.
Tabcorp made available to fork out Simon just about $5000, but the 20-yr-previous is not backing down.
“It’s a issue of basic principle, I really do not like to be wronged,” Simon explained.
“Tabcorp’s arguments for not spending the wager just really do not make perception. I’m lawfully entitled to $150,000.
“If they paid out I would give 10 for each cent to charity, perhaps acquire some pals on a getaway give some to my family members to use and conserve for a residence.”
The criticism is prior to the Victorian Fee for Gambling and Liquor Regulation.
Simon is a typical punter and a maths whiz, who is learning statistical arithmetic at Monash College.