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What is BetOnline's Biggest Liability for Super Bowl LV?

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/07/2021

For the sportsbooks to have a banner day this Super Bowl LV, the following scenario would be perfect: Chiefs win but don’t cover, game goes under.

That seems to be asking a lot considering the line on this game is -3 (favoring the Chiefs).

BetOnline confirmed to Gambling911 that a surge in Chiefs moneyline has come in over the past 24 hours.

Chiefs vs. Bucs (+3, 55.5)

Chiefs, 65.2% of spread handle

Bucs, 60.6% of ML handle

Over, 67.9% of total handle

 

Chiefs vs. Bucs (+3, 55.5)

Chiefs, 62.6% of spread bets

Bucs, 68.7% of ML bets

Over, 72.1% of total bets

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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