The person who won $1.19 million by betting $85,000 on Tigers Woods to win the Masters had never bet on sports on before


Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods won the Masters on Sunday, his fifth win at Augusta National and first major win since 2008.
On the Tuesday before the Masters, James Adducci of Wisconsin placed an $85,000 bet on Woods to win at 14/1 odds.
Adducci was in Las Vegas on Monday to cash his winning ticket, taking home $1.19 million.
Adducci told reporters that it was the first bet he ever placed on sports.
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When Tiger Woods won the Masters on Sunday he made a lot of people happy, with friends, family, and fans all joining together to celebrate Woods’ ascension back to the top of his sport.

But it’s likely that nobody was happier with Woods’ win than James Adducci from Wisconsin, who placed an $85,000 bet on Woods to win the Masters.

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Adducci placed his bet with William Hill US sportsbook at 14/1 odds, and when Woods went on to win, his ticket cashed for an impressive $1.19 million payday.

“If I saw Tiger, I would tell him that I understood the pressure he must be under, because I, for a moment in time, felt it too,” Adducci told Darren Rovell of The Action Network.

On Monday, Adducci was in Las Vegas to cash his ticket at the William Hill Sports Book at SLS Casino. While speaking with reporters, he revealed some shocking news, claiming that this was the first bet he’d ever made on sports.

Here is James Adducci cashing his 14 to 1 ticket on Tiger Woods win. Adducci says he’s a stay at home stock broker. The Wisconsin man says this is the first bet he has ever made. @News3LV pic.twitter.com/xqyB646Tqm

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