The Super Bowl 2014 coin flip odds, like in previous years, had both tails and heads as EVEN or -110 depending on the book. LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING HERE THROUGHOUT THE GAME.
There are a number of variations to the Super Bowl coin flip bet prop including Heads or Tails, Team to Win Coin Toss, Team to Win Coin Toss Wins Game.
This is the most popular Super Bowl betting proposition bar none. It is interesting to note that there are some stats that come into play when considering which side to bet for the coin flip.
The coin toss has never yielded the same result five straight Super Bowls but that’s exactly what happened last year with Heads making it five straight. What are the odds of going six straight for the first time ever?
The last two Super Bowls have had the AFC team. Prior to this time, the NFC had won 14 straight.
- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com
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