The Sports Betting Whale is a re-branded version of the Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison. It is a chase system, much like the infamous Trabeplom System. Tony Chau is the name of the owner of The Whale’s Picks. He has made various claims of taking a $500 bankroll and turning it into $180,000.
|I was the largest sports bettor in the United States in the 1990’s.
|Many sportsbooks in Nevada no longer accept my bets over the fear of loss. Others have placed severe limits on the amount of maximum action they’ll take from my wagers.
|Over my lifetime, I have wagered over $500 Million on sports – a figure that would likely be in the billions if the sportsbooks didn’t cut me off.
|I’m established by IQ tests as a number and pattern-recognition genius.
|I successfully turned a $1,000 bankroll into tens of millions from sports betting in the 1990’s.
|I’ve won so much money that a handful of sportsbooks could not afford to pay me on millions of winnings.
|In the year 1995, the sportsbook at the Mirage was by far the largest sportsbook in Nevada. In that year, the Mirage took in about $150 Million in sports betting action. Out of that $150 Million, a total of about $70 Million in wagers were made by me alone. My wagers alone accounted for almost half the sports betting action of the largest sportsbook in 1995, and about one-third of the combined action in all the Las Vegas sportsbooks!
|I wagered millions of dollars on sports in a typical weekend. My typical bet sizes ranged from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars per bet.
|A major sportsbook director of one of the largest sportsbooks in Las Vegas has called me the best sports handicapper he’s ever seen in his life.
|I took $500 and turned it into $630,000 within 1 day of bets at the Mirage sportsbook.
|I opened an account at Pinnacle sportsbook with $50,000. In a span of 4 days, I turned my $50,000 balance into a $4 million bankroll!
|Earlier this year, I took a $500 bankroll and turned it into $180,000 in 10 days of sports betting.