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Punter left snooker loopy after landing £100k from 15-fold acca

| 07.08.2018

A savvy snooker punter has scooped a whopping £100,000 after landing a monster 15-fold accumulator with Ladbrokes.

The male customer, who wishes to remain anonymous, won £100,124.82 after placing the wager late on Sunday evening in his local branch of Ladbrokes in Somerset.

Our baize guru included 15 players in his long-shot punt, with the likes of Marco Fu, Barry Hawkins and Ali Carter all needing to emerge victorious in their first round matches at the World Open in China.

They all went through to the next round, although Fu was one of six players to keep our man on his toes by triumphing 5-4.

Home favourite Liang Wenbo was beaten 5-1 by Blackpool’s James Cahill. But thankfully Wenbo didn’t make it into this particular 15-fold acca.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “This is the biggest snooker accumulator win we’ve ever seen placed on a BetStation. Predicting the wins of 15 games has sent our traders snooker loopy, but we can only applaud this gentleman’s belief.”

Winning bet in full

Matthew Selt to beat Lee Walker – 4/5

Robert Milkins to beat David Lilley – 4/11

Ricky Walden to beat Dominic Dale – 2/5

Fergal O’Brien to beat Zhao Xintong – 11/8

Marco Fu to beat Peter Ebdon – 4/11

Noppon Saengkham to beat Rod Lawler – 4/9

Stephen Maguire to beat Thepchaiya Un-Nooh – 4/11

Jamie Jones to beat Zhou Yuelong – 1/1

Barry Hawkins to beat Akani Songsermsawad – 3/10

Gary Wilson to beat Tom Ford – 5/6

Jack Lisowski to beat Chris Wakelin – 2/5

Jak Jones to beat Zhang Anda – 8/5

Ali Carter to beat Rory McLeod – 2/9

Ryan Day to beat Robbie Williams – 1/3

Luca Brecel to beat Scott Donaldson – 8/13

£100 stake returned £100,124.82

All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication



Nick Murphy

Nick is a graduate of the UEA where he doubled up as the sports editor of the student newspaper. He supports Dagenham & Redbridge and previously edited the matchday programme at Victoria Road. Darts and Horse Racing are among his other favourite sports.