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Punters pray to Andy’s father for good luck to bet on SEA Games 2015 football matches

Punters pray to Andy’s father for good luck to bet on SEA Games 2015 football matches

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May he help us.

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Punters in Singapore from all walks of life who are looking for winning streaks have started to pray to Andy’s father for good luck to befall them so that they can win big betting on football matches this SEA Games 2015.

This after Andy’s father became an emblem of good footballing luck as he famously bet his and his son’s entire life savings on Germany winning the World Cup 2014, which netted him a total of $270 million in profits.

One Singaporean punter, Kee Puah Kiao, said Andy’s father is an inspiration to all who want to wager some against the gods: “If I can only have 10 percent of Andy’s father luck, is good enough for me.”

Other punters, however, are looking to worshipping Andy, as he is seen as the son of a footballing genius.

Another punter, Tan Dua Lui, said: “I have cut out all the photos of Andy and kept some of them in my wallet.”

“And to make sure I got all my bases covered, I am also praying to the original National Council for Problem Gambling advertisement.”

“It is also an emblem of luck.”

“And we heard he is going for Thailand this SEA Games 2015.”

 

Andy’s father is rich:

Andy’s father made $270 million betting on Germany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











Andy’s friends regret their own fathers lack foresight, risk-taking mentality

Andy’s friends regret their own fathers lack foresight, risk-taking mentality

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Guess Argentina aren’t the only biggest losers around.

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Andy’s football friends have spoken out against their own fathers now that the World Cup 2014 has officially ended and they found out Andy’s father made $270 million betting on Germany.

Bala, one of Andy’s friends, said: “I think it is a pity my father does not have the derring-do that Andy’s father has. If he did, I wouldn’t be poor.”

“I think this World Cup taught me a valuable lesson: When other people see risks and threats, we must open our eyes wider and look for opportunity.”

“I guess I’d have to grow up normally and go to school, get good grades and hopefully be able to find a decent 9-to-5 job in the future that pays $3,000 a month.”

“I wish my father was more like Andy’s father, a go-getter.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Andy’s father made $270 million betting on Germany

Andy’s father made $270 million betting on Germany

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Family no longer needs to rely on CPF Life.

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Andy’s father, the man who famously put his son’s entire savings on Germany winning the World Cup 2014, has made more than $270 million in profits.

The opening odds offered for Germany winning the World Cup before the tournament kicked off was $16 winnings for every dollar bet.

Andy’s father said: “I put my son’s entire $30,000 savings into it and I made $480,000 from that bet alone.”

The lion’s share of his winnings came from the other matches Germany played, as he adopted a double down strategy.

Andy’s father explained: “I put $200,000 of my own money on Germany winning each game and when I win, I’ll put all the money on Germany winning again.”

“And I even predicted correctly that Germany will draw with Ghana. For the group stage alone, I roughly made $15 million in one week.”

“Plus, I made additional bets on all the total goals scored correctly.”

“I would like to thank everybody’s support and prayers. I don’t need to rely on CPF handouts in the future anymore.”

“And I will be buying a fleet of 16 Mercedes Benz for my neighbours.”

 

Andy’s father’s streak continues unabated:

Andy’s father wins all of his relatives’ money at ban-luck during CNY gathering

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Not-so impoverished family bets life savings on Argentina

Not-so impoverished family bets life savings on Argentina

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Items on the chopping block include the family cat, the children and portion of future winnings

A middle class family man has bet his life savings on Sunday’s world cup final. Flush from his winnings after Germany devastated their poor Brazilian hosts 7-1, Ai Hai Zi, who now defines himself as a middle class entrepreneur, is forecasting a win for Argentina for his final world cup 2014 bet.

“Germany’s luck is running out,” said Ai, who is running a consultancy business and offers advice on football betting. “Plus they wasted so much energy humiliating Brazil. Chances are they can’t recover on time. Better be like Argentina – take it easy and win by penalty kicks.”

Ai is betting his life savings, his wife, children, pet cat and shares of his future winnings on the match, which he says, will change his life.

Last time. I promise.

Last time. I promise.

The move was decided in consultation with his son, Andy, who was last seen looking very nervous prior to the World Cup semi finals.

“I hope Argentina wins,” said Andy. “I don’t want to sell backside”.

Mysterious affliction spreads to UK expats

Mysterious affliction spreads to UK expats

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All declare MC on Friday

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The mysterious affliction that begun spreading in Singapore last Friday has now found to be spreading among expats in Singapore. According to MOH data, UK expats are genetically more vulnerable to this disease, which climaxes among the demographic usually midway through the World Cup.

Unlike Singaporean carriers of the virus, who generally display milder symptoms such as insomnia at 4am and temporary Tourettes, UK carriers of the virus are found to be bad tempered and violent across the board.

“Boss today declare MC, but he was still yelling at me during the con call. Don’t know why he was picking on me today,” said Suarez Chew, a banker who was named after Spain’s first prime minister.

Fortunately this affliction is only temporary and will subside within a week.

“Past cases have shown that UK expats all manage to recover quickly, particularly after picking another football team to support. But there’s a danger of the virus flaring up again should the said team lose during the finals,” said MOH spokesperson, Tak Kiu.

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Number of MCs on record high

Number of MCs on record high

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Ministry of Health declares health warning, recommends people stay at home

Epidemic

Epidemic

More than 100,000 people called in sick last Friday morning with symptoms varying from “headache” to “runny nose” and “severely infectious cough”. More are still expected to file in sick in the upcoming weeks.

Due to the severity of this unidentifiable disease, the Ministry of Health (MOH), has declared a health warning and recommends that people avoid going to work until the epidemic subsides.

“We have been unable to isolate the virus causing this disease but we do know that it affects mostly males,” said MOH spokesperson Tak Kiu, who also declared MC and was speaking to New Nation over the phone.

According to MOH data, the last epidemic of this proportion occurred in 2012 and lasted for a month, peaking on the 29th and 30th day. As such, it is likely that there will be an economic paralysis on the 12th and 13th of July when two out of five working adults will call in sick.

If you have nothing better to do while on MC, go bet on the world cup 2014. Lose your daiji hor.

S’poreans thank SingTel for pricing World Cup 2014 so expensive it’s exclusive

S’poreans thank SingTel for pricing World Cup 2014 so expensive it’s exclusive

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They also thank MDA for allowing cross-carriage rules to make prices very competitive.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life are thanking SingTel profusely.

This after SingTel announced that the World Cup 2014 package will cost $112.

See Baey Kwee, a local, said: “Thank you SingTel for making it $112. Now that almost no one can afford it, it is very exclusive. To be able to watch World Cup 2014 is a privilege.”

Other Singaporeans said the Media Development Authority is also to be thanked for their role.

Zho Seng Li, a Singaporean, said: “If not for the MDA making cross-carriage rules possible, SingTel and StarHub won’t be bidding so much to get exclusive rights.”

“Actually, the State has a stake in both corporations.”

“Wink.”

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