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Say what you want to about Instagram playboy Dan Bilzerian, who, as most of us know, many people have differing opinions on, wondering how he made his millions and judging how he lives his life. But, let's not kid ourselves here, guys, because the dude parties his ass off in luxury homes and cars, with sexy women in exotic places, tell me you wouldn't want to swap spots with him?
While you stew over the answer to that obvious question — it should be a resounding yes, you absolutely would trade places with Bilzerian — the bearded fella went out and made it even more difficult for us to understand why this guy gets so incredibly lucky.
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That's because Dan Bilzerian just won a sh-t ton of money after placing a bet on boxer Floyd Mayweather to win his big fight this past weekend against Conor McGregor, whom he beat by TKO in the 10th round on Saturday night.
So, how much did Dan win? Well, if you follow him on Snapchat, you probably saw what he recently posted — a check showing his $342,150 winnings.
Now, we're not sure how much Dan Bilzerian put down on Mayweather to win, but, according to online gambling site, OddsShark, Mayweather had -350 odds as of August 26th (which was the day of the bout). If we just go off of that, it's not completely out of the question to think Bilzerian threw down a cool $266,120 to earn that amount, when using OddShark Odds Calculator:
So, yeah, not only did Dan Bilzerian have $266,120 to gamble, but he then turned it into nearly $350,000. Life sure sounds difficult for him, doesn't it?
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Naturally, he wanted to show Mayweather some love, taking to Instagram to post this picture of the two as a congratulations for the big win over Conor McGregor.
The photo's caption reads: "Congrats champ #MoneyMakesMoney #YouDidHaveMeSweatingThough," which, in my personal opinion, is just a bit of an understatement. I mean, ol' dude had about three times my annual paycheck on a boxing match, I'd be pissing my pants from fear to think I'd lose that amount in just one night.
Oh well, you know what they say, "go big or go home" — which seems to be a mantra Dan Bilzerian lives by and succeeds at.
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