Sports betting Supabets betting is becoming more popular and it is well known that money can be made with good bankroll management. In order for betting enthusiasts to always be in the know, bookmakers should always offer their customers enough variety and interesting stories. Sometimes this leads to betting suggestions that you can't believe at first because they seem so impossible or absurd that they must be a joke. Meanwhile, some bookmakers continue to make headlines about the strangest betting events. There is almost no limit to your imagination, and if you let the proposed rates melt on your tongue, you will quickly notice that 99.9% of them are just stocks.
1. One euro would turn into an incredible 10,000 euros if Germany won the title at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble canceled all taxes for one day.
2. Completely crazy and yet arrived! Probably the latest football miracle is the incredible story of Leicester City. In 2015, narrowly escaping relegation from the Premier League, the team unexpectedly won the championship the following season. A few brave football fans who bet on this result even before the start of the season were able to make a solid profit that was definitely worth it - 5,000: 1.
3. In 2009, the combination bet would pay out at odds of 5,000: 1. For this Frank Walter Steinmeier not only had to be elected Chancellor, but subsequently FIFA had to declare Germany the winner of the 1966 World Cup. Betting odds reflect the probability of an occurrence reasonably well ...
4. The fourth place also concerns the 2010 FIFA World Cup. If the then Pope had voted “We are the champions” in Germany's final victory over Italy at St. Peter's Square, a € 1 bet would pay out € 2,000.
5. European Championship 2008 also brought a lot of crazy bets. The odds of winning the Austrian Championship and simultaneously placing DJ Ötzi at number 1 on the Austrian charts were 350: 1.
6. If Germany had won the 2008 UEFA European Championship final against the eventual winner of Spain, and then poured free beer in all Ballermann bars, you would have won 150 times more by placing your bet in euros.
7. You would also receive 150 times the stake if Chancellor Angela Merkel resigned or if Germany lost to host Austria at the 2008 European Championships.
8. In the 2016 UEFA European Championship, the bettor received a 95x bet if the player bites his opponent during play. (It's good that Luis Suarez plays for Uruguay, otherwise it would be very important)
9. A player could have won a 69x bet in 2003 if national team record holder Lothar Matthäus took over as coach of the German women's national team under 18.
10. Also at EM 2016, some bookmakers offered a bet with a ratio of 45: 1. However, the condition for a successful conclusion was that the player was injured, cheering after a goal was scored. (If Nikolai Müller were a national player, quota 45 would be for the bank!)