Inspired by the worst beatdown, how about that one monster win that you missed? Maybe it was a brain fart and you forgot to put any chips on the sucker bet. Maybe you took a break just as things were heating up. Placed the wrong bet, stood/hit when you should have hit/stood, didn't have any money to double down/split, etc. Mine is a two-parter. Bear with me. The Titans were on fire going into the playoffs in the 2019 season and their first opponent was the Patriots in the wild card round. The Patriots' offense was bad but their defense was great. Still, they were 4.5 point favorites and the Titans were +183. That was crazy, as the Titans were killing it. I had $4k that I was going to split between the spread and the ML. I was going to take the winnings and put it on the Titans vs the Ravens the following week in the divisional round. That Saturday I had agreed to work for a coworker in what should have an easy 7 or 8 hours. Afterwards, I'd jet up to the Trop Evansville, place the bets, come home, and get ready for our trip to WDW that we were taking the next day. But no. That easy 7 or 8 hours turned into 10.5 hours because Randall (the guy I subbed for) had a habit of letting everyone else slack and then doing a bunch of their work for them. I was HOT. Didn't get off in time, didn't place the bet, and didn't collect nearly $5500 in winnings after the Titans won outright and beat the spread with a pick-six of Tom Brady's last pass attempt in a Patriots uniform. Plan B is to get home from WDW the following Saturday and jet up to the Trop and at least make the bet against the Ravens. The odds were more lopsided for this game than the prior one, with the Ravens favored by 9.5 and the Titans ML at +360. What happens? Traffic, traffic, and more traffic. And then some traffic on top of that. We barely got home in time for kickoff, I didn't bet a dime on anything, the Titans beat the sh** out of the Ravens, and I don't win. One. Red. Cent. Had I been able to place my bets, I would have won over $17,000 and it still irks me to this day!