The Houston Astros are great at baseball. So good, that it seems one bettor in New Jersey would like to bet more than $5 million that they will win Major League Baseball’s World Series.
According to a record registered at the New Jersey Department of Gambling Enforcement site, there was a petition filed associated with the sports gambling license.
We understand very little about what is currently likely down, but we do know that someone requested that the cap of $ 5 million be waived for a minumum of one wager. Here’s the name of this petition made into the DGE:
That obviously means someone would like to wager MORE than $5 million.
The only hint we have about the essence of the wager is that the Astros are cited in combination with the request. It is logical that the wager is likely on the Astros to win the World Series. It is at least possible it’d be a bet.
It’s not known when the waiver has been granted.
There are three options on who could be reserving this, and two are NJ sportsbook apps:
All three operate under the license under which the waiver was filed. PlayNJ has reached out to PointsBet FanDuel and the DGE to try if the waiver has been granted to confirm.
If the wager is to win the World Series, they’re +200 in PointsBet and +220 in FanDuel.
Regulations in the state say as that is, that wagers can’t be in excess of 5 million, as random of a few:
Can the bettor in query need to be happy with $5 million in action? We’ll have to wait to discover.

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