A few weeks ago we brought you the story of a man who bet $100 on a 23-game parlay and came away with $25,772.

Another man must have seen that story and thought, "Anything you can do, I can do better."

So this new guy, let's call him Parlay Person No. 2, dropped $105 on two groupings at BetOnline. And the website Beyond the Bets is reporting that Parlay Person No. 2 more than doubled the original man's earnings.

First, Parlay Person No. 2 put down $100 on these 10 teams:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers pk (+105) over Oakland Raiders (covered by 10)
Chicago Bears -3.5 (-105) over Tennessee Titans (covered by 27.5)
Denver Broncos -4 over Cincinnati Bengals (covered by 4)
Houston Texans -10 over Buffalo Bills (covered by 2)
Oregon -8.5 over USC (covered by 2.5)
Kansas State -8 over Oklahoma State (covered by 6)
Clemson -12.5 over Duke (covered by 23.5)
Penn State -3.5 over Purdue (covered by 21.5)
Texas A&M -6.5 over Mississippi State (covered by 18.5)
Stanford -28 over Colorado (covered by 20)

Then, the man wagered $5 more on these 11 games. Nine are the same, except in the second parlay the man removed Oregon and added the Baltimore Ravens and Oklahoma.

Baltimore Ravens -3.5 over Cleveland Browns (covered by 6.5)
Oklahoma -12 over Iowa State (covered by 13)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers pk (+105) over Oakland Raiders (covered by 10)
Chicago Bears -3.5 (-105) over Tennessee Titans (covered by 27.5)
Denver Broncos -4 over Cincinnati Bengals (covered by 4)
Houston Texans -10 over Buffalo Bills (covered by 2)
Kansas State -8 over Oklahoma State (covered by 6)
Clemson -12.5 over Duke (covered by 23.5)
Penn State -3.5 over Purdue (covered by 21.5)
Texas A&M -6.5 over Mississippi State (covered by 18.5)
Stanford -28 over Colorado (covered by 20)

So Parlay Person No. 2 nailed 21 games and came home with more than $65,000. His predecessor hit 23 and won just $25,772 because the bets were made on the money line, meaning no point spreads were involved.

(H/T to Business Insider)

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