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starship
29 May 18 16:21
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in racing post today, a punter had £40 grand cash bet in their shop on the derby fav.
did they asked where he got the money from?
thought their was rules about these sort of transactions, money laundering?

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By:
PeteTheBloke
When: 29 May 18 20:48
Just proves the old theory - put the money in the bookies's hands and he'll take your bet.
By:
River Me
When: 12 Jun 18 21:44
If he won can you imagine the "source of wealth" **** he will have to go through.
By:
ericster
When: 17 Jun 18 09:37
Can't believe that a shop would accept a 40k bet. I had a laddies tiller show the manager my slip for permission to take a ton bet a few years back.
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Janthefish
When: 18 Jun 18 18:43
40K on- half hour later, sorry Sir I make it £39,980 I'll have to count it again. Biggest laugh was when Hills stated they'd taken a £400,000 cash bet on Big Bucks at 1/4 my pal had asked them for £400 when shops opened and told he could bet it to win £25
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Shanelee1966
When: 28 Jun 18 16:05
£40 is not unusual, not get much more on though.
By:
TheFear
When: 28 Jun 18 16:59
there was a gangster in ireland and when his house was raided they found a betting slip for 40k on a football match
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