Apr.19.16. Follow up with Dave Oancea

Apr.19.16. Follow up with Dave Oancea

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Added by April 20, 2016

Yesterday, we followed up with Dave Oancea, or “Vegas Dave” on his recent streak of bet wins, including a record-setting futures bet win of $2.5 Million on the Kansas City Royals for the 2015 World Series, his $2.3 Million futures win on the Denver Broncos for Super Bowl 50, and his MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) picks of Holly Holm and Miesha Tate which netted him $240K and $230K respectively.

Dave has become a “wanted” man in Las Vegas as the subject of numerous articles, interviews and news coverage. However, Vegas sports books have begun to shun his action, as he complains no one is now willing to take his bets. It’s a fascinating development, for sure and we’ll keep an eye on his story for the documentary.

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