The Cubs are, by no small margin, the best team in baseball this season. They're 24-6 overall, and are one of only 10 teams in history to win 24 of their first 30 games. Five of those other nine teams went on to win the World Series. According to Net One Sports, a Chicago man named Don Majewski feels so good about the Cubs this year that he bet just about his entire life savings on the team winning the World Series. Earlier this month he withdrew $200,000 from savings, flew to Las Vegas, and put it on the Cubs. Here's his ticket (photo via Net One Sports): The Cubs have a 3-to-1 payout, so, as you can see on the ticket, Majewksi will make a $600,000 profit if the Cubs do indeed win the World Series for the first time in 108 years. After taxes and all that, he figures he's looking at about $530,000. “I waited overnight before buying the ticket because I promised my wife I'd sleep on it,” says the 54-year-old sanitation worker turned carpenter. “I've been watching the Cubs my whole life, and when you've been doing that, you know that this team is truly special,” says Majewski. “I know it seems crazy, but what am I risking, really?” asks the 54-year-old Majewski. “I could save for six more years, and maybe I'd have, what, a quarter million to live on for the rest of my life? And that's if the market doesn't tank again.” Majewski says he wishes he would have placed the bet sooner, when the Cubs had worse World Series odds. They were 6-to-1 back in April, so for every dollar he bet, he would win six.