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UK magic sensation Dynamo won a 10,000/1 bet on the Euro 2012 soccer championship results, and promptly handed over his winnings to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Dynamo, pictured with the winning betting slip
Dynamo, pictured with the winning betting slip
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The young magician from Bradford, who shot to fame after producing a home made DVD with funding from the Prince's Trust, correctly predicted Spain’s charge from the quarter-finals through to the winners’ podium, including the final winning margin.

Appearing on ITV1’s “This Morning” programme, Dynamo placed a £1 bet on the detailed outcome of the knockout stages, left it with the production crew in a sealed envelope, then returned two weeks later to reveal the outcome.

Bookmakers Paddy Power confirmed that the bet was placed in London on June 21st and that the £10,000 winnings are yet to be collected – Dynamo announced that all the winnings will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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