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Despite being named the 2010 Super Bowl Champions, the New Orleans Saints are not being shown much love as they were not named the favorite to win the 2011 Super Bowl. That honor goes to the Indi
Reports were surfacing on Monday that poker pro Phil Ivey lost a whopping $2 million betting on Sunday's Super Bowl between the Saints and Colts. Gambling911.com doesn't expect to see Ivey celebr
Based on preliminary numbers, the online gambling sites should have been way up over last year's Super Bowl numbers.
Fortunately for the NFL, the Super Bowl once again did not go into overtime (it never has).
2010 Super Bowl results and payouts promised great rewards especially since nothing seemed to be going according to plan. That included the Saints winning by 14 points.
The total listed on this game was the biggest in Super Bowl history at 57, but heading into the second half this one definitely didn't look like it was going over 57 and it didn't. So all those UNDER bets won.
With mobile devices so popular now, Super Bowl 2011 live betting will be huge. Last year we witnessed the first glimpse of what the future holds. Super Bowl live betting was available at Bookmaker.com, the oldest established online sportsbook.
Some important things to know before getting started with live betting:
There are literally hundreds of Super Bowl 2010 player props, many of which have been discussed ad nauseum here at Gambling911.com.
Probably the most popular of the Super Bowl 2010 player props will be those that revolve around the two quarterbacks, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees, including the Super Bowl MVP odds found at BetUS.com.
2010 Super Bowl odds continued to be volatile heading into Sunday afternoon, with only a few more hours left until game time.
When it comes to Super Bowl 2010 prop bets, not all are created equal. Some offer better payouts than others.
Case in point: The Sports Interaction.com odds on the Gatorade bath. Yellow/green is the favorite at -139, but orange would pay out $15 for every $10 bet while red would pay $80 for every $10 bet. Blue pays $100.
So far, Sportsbook.com appears to have defied the Super Bowl 2010 betting trends with most of its customers jumping on the Indianapolis Colts bandwagon. 64 percent of gamblers betting the Super B
It is too early to tell whether Super Bowl 44 betting will indeed place this game in the record books, but early traffic at Gambling911.com, the gambling news and odds authority, suggests it could
Gambling911.com has been following the Super Bowl 2010 proposition bets that are among the most searched.
Jim Caldwell may be mum on Dwight Freeney's status but the concept that one of their most important players won't be playing at 100 percent has already resulted in a last hour surge in New Orleans
With the Super Bowl 2010 odds, Gambling911.com can report little change in the numbers with SBG Global still offering Indianapolis up at -4 od
As of 5:30 am EST Super Bowl Sunday morning, the Super Bowl 2010 spread ranged anywhere from Indianapolis Colts -4 at SBG Glob
betED.com was offering hundreds of Super bowl 2010 prop bets this early Super Bowl Sunday morning.
2010 Super Bowl totals betting featured a line that has stayed pretty steady at OVER/UNDER 56 ½ with a move up one half point at some online sportsbooks. More than 80 percent were voting the OVE
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Super Bowl betting traffic began to really spike here at Gambling911.com just around midnight. Here we are at 2:30 am EST and traffic is some of the very best we have seen at this time.
"We are expecting to shatter records," says Gambling911.com Senior Editor Payton O'Brien, who has forecast Super Bowl Sunday 2010 to be the busiest traffic day in Gambling911.com's near 10 year history. "Betting on the big game has begun in earnest during the wee hours of the morning."
By Saturday evening, Saints vs. Colts odds had once again began trending towards Indianapolis -6 after getting as low as -4 ½ on Friday. Saints backers were encouraged to watch this line since +6 would be most appealing and some 35 percent of gamblers were on New Orleans. The Saints +6 line was observed at Sportsbetting.com late on Saturday. Sportsbetting.com was one of the few books holding firm on that number throughout much of this past week.
When it comes to Super Bowl 2010, there were a few standout bets that made especially good sense considering recent past history and other variables.
Peyton Manning winning Super Bowl 2010 MVP was one such bet. Odds favor the Colts winning the big game and, should that happen, we don't see anyone other than Manning being named Super Bowl MVP. These odds were available at Sports Interaction.com.
Aside from the New Orleans Saints getting the most action at Bookmaker.com heading into Sunday, the second most bet on event involved a Super Bowl prop: Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Feb/06/2010
Heading into Super Bowl Sunday, the coin toss bet special was extended by Sportsbetting.com. Unlike most online sportsbooks that were offering the coin toss Super Bowl prop bet at -110 odds,