Ex-inmate’s ‘second chance’ includes $300K fantasy football win

Shelby TaussigUncategorized

By Jeff Barker

October 17, 2016


Eddie Rybolt often contemplates the wild swings of his life — the homeless years, the addictions and prison time and, finally, how his luck one day turned on a dime. Or rather a quarter.

Paroled after serving three years on an attempted robbery conviction, Rybolt parlayed a 25-cent fantasy football wager into $300,000, arguably becoming Maryland’s best-known winner of the popular, online daily fantasy games.


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