It?s rare when a football game flips the mood of bettors on a final play.
But it happened Monday night. In every conceivable way.
The true definition of ?bad beat.?
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The Chiefs and Raiders battled in a clash that went down to the wire. But when Chiefs rookie kicker Harrison Butker nailed a 43-yard field goal with four seconds remaining, it gave the Kansas City a 23-20 lead.
Those who took the Redskins and the points -- 6.5 or 7 in most cases -- were satisfied, as were those who went with the Under of 48.5.
But it wasn?t the end.
The Redskins had one final play to go 80 yards and score a game-winning touchdown.
And this happened.
Kirk Cousins flared a pass to Jamison Crowder, but two laterals and two fumbles later, Chiefs LB Justin Houston scooped up the ball and ran it into the end zone, a final nail in a 29-20 victory.
The extra point didn?t matter in the game, and it didn?t matter for those who, just seconds before, were celebrating financial victories.
Washington covered from the kickoff until the final play -- when it didn?t. The Under was good to go until the final play -- when it wasn?t.
Market-setting offshore sportsbook Bookmaker.eu said that while the point spread didn?t do much for its bottom line either way, nearly 70 percent of those who bet on the points total took the Under.
Social media erupted in a simultaneous flood of thrill of victory and agony of defeat. Bet the Board podcaster Todd Fuhrman succinctly wrapped up the crazy night on Twitter.
?While the wound is still fresh if you can't laugh at 1 of the most ridiculous finishes ever (even Skins bettors) you're betting too much,? Furhman posted.
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