ONE BETTING SHOP OFFERING REFUNDS AFTER BLOWN CALL IN SAINTS GAME
So shit happens. Pick any sport and there will be one, two, even three times where the three blind mice lost their minds over a blown call. But sometimes it’s an entire game where the refs just seem to redirect the very winds of fate and pick a winner no one believes to be true. Any Sacramento Kings fans can relate to that. But we’re still just a matter of hours and not days away from one of the worst days in NFL history. So what happened? One play changed the course of the game. But it also changed who plays in this year’s Super Bowl. The blown call was so bad, one betting shop is offering refunds to everyone who picked the New Orleans Saints to win.
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NEWLY MINTED JEW JERSEY BETTING SHOP OFFERS “GOOD KARMA PAYOUT”
So the betting shop is PointsBet.com. They’re a New Jersey based shop and they are giving some people a one-time refund. So who qualifies? Anyone who bet on the Saints moneyline or spread. They’re calling it a “Good Karma Payout.” And that is, for sure, a pretty good name for this refund option. I know tons of people who pointed money the Saints way. They lost. But they didn’t use PointsBet.com. But you can bet some of them will remember this and use them for the Super Bowl. Or even the next national election. Can you imagine the “Good Karma Payout” on a national election in the last 19 years? Lol.
ABYSMAL REFING IS NOT AN ACT OF GOD, IT JUST FEELS LIKE ONE
But these “Good Karma Payouts” are really unusual. PointsBet is originally from Australia and only opened up shop in New Jersey like a week ago. But these payouts are an option the firm will offer that “provides bettors relief in the event of unlikely events that sway the fate of the game.” Like, a blind referee. Or a bought referee. Maybe it was a referee having a seizure? Or a micro stroke? There’s no way to tell, at least not yet. But I’d say it’s a safe bet they won’t be working the Super Bowl this year. Well, it will be safer to make that bet with PointsBet, anyway.
I better sign off now. I just watched the video of what happened again and I’m at risk of a brain injury from slamming my head against the wall. So there you go, another way the NFL causes long-term brain injuries.