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In this video, you get to know the top five crastiest winnres on betting online on fotball. The list of the top five most insane and unbelievable predictions ever made:
Poor punter Joe McGuire is cursing his luck after he was just a length away from a £7 million windfall , only to see it slip through his fingers in the final furlongs.
Joe, 59, missed out on winning the massive Scoop6 jackpot on Saturday by a matter of inches after correctly predicting the first five winners , but watched his hopes of a fortune fade in the final race as Escape to Glory finished second.
However, Joe isn’t the first punter to win or lose big with an audacious bet. Here are some of other best betting examples.
WINNER: £1million for a 50p stake
When Fred Craggs of Yorkshire stuck a 50p stake on an eight horse accumulator in 2008 you can assume he probably chose his nags by name rather than using the form book.
However, horses named Isn’t That Lucky, Racer Forever and A Dream Come True lived up to their billing and, despite all having fairly long odds, each of the runners at Sandown, Wolverhampton and Dubai romped home, beating the odds of 2,000,000-1 and handing Mr Craggs the perfect 60th birthday present.
WINNER: Dettori Delight
In one of the great moments in horse racing history Frankie Dettori defied odds of 25,000-1 and won all seven races at Ascot in 1996.
No-one was more pleased with the result that Darren Yeats of Morecambe, who bet £59 on the unlikely feat and forced dismayed bookmakers to pay out £550,000.
Frankie Dettori (pic: Getty)
Winner: Frankie Dettori
LOSER: Bony Bet
As an Arsenal fan Kevin Wint probably loved to see Manchester United lose, but not when they cost him £187,000 by crashing out of the FA Cup against Swansea in January this year.
He must have thought he was onto a safe bet as the Swans had not won at Old Trafford in 82 years, but he hadn’t allowed for United’s dismal season.
And when Swansea striker Wilfried Bony headed a last minute winner for the visitors, Mr Wint was left crying into his pint as his 15 match accumulator unravelled.
WINNER: The Xabi Alonso Dream
Back in 2006 Adrian Hayward of Newbury had a dream.
He dreamed that then Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso would score from inside his own half at some point that season.
He was so convinced he went to the bookmakers and a put down £200 at odds of 125-1.
When Alonso sealed the deal in the FA Cup against Luton, Mr Hayward picked up a cool £25,000 in prize money.
WINNER: Mali’s amazing comeback
In the 2010 African Cup of Nations Mali were 4-0 down against the hosts Angola with 11 minutes to play and on track for a humiliating defeat.
With the odds at a staggering 1,000-1, a foolhardy punter risked £5 on one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history.
It seems fortune really does favour the brave as Angola shipped two goals by the 90th minute and another two in injury time.
The 4-4 final score won the audacious punter £5,000.
LOSER: One goal away from netting a fortune
One unlucky punter from Inverness in Scotland must have been screaming at the TV as he watched Arsenal coasting to victory against Marseille in September 2012.
He had already backed Tottenham to beat Reading and Newcastle to draw with Everton and knew a 3-1 win for Arsenal would earn him an incredible £108,350.
However, it was not to be.
The Gunners raced into a 2-1 lead after just 18 minutes but took their foot off the gas and failed to add that all important third goal.
Bayern Munich players celebrate after their victory in the UEFA Champions League final
Clincher: Bayern Munich celebrate victory in the Champions League final (Photo: Getty)
WINNER: How to turn 30p into £500,000
An unnamed Manchester United fan from Staffordshire won a massive jackpot after Bayern Munich won the Champions League last season.
He placed a 30p stake on a 15 event accumulator at the start of the season won with record breaking odds of 1,666,666-to-one.
He also correctly predicted the champions of the top five English leagues and the three lower Scottish divisions as well as backing Leicester to win the rugby union Premiership and Surrey to win last season’s county cricket championship.
What we wouldn’t give for a slice of that luck.
WINNER: Faith in Formula 1 champion