Bet on the Outcomes of the 2017 Super Bowl Coin Toss

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Feb/01/2017

You can bet on the potential outcome of the 2017 Super Bowl coin toss at BetOnline with a low price/low risk of just -105 for both heads and tails.

As one might expect, this is a 50/50 proposition but that doesn’t stop the coin toss from being the single most wagered on prop wager year after year.

There are a few recent trends if you believe in that sort of thing when it comes to change wagers.

Four of the last five Super Bowls that the Patriots have played in have landed on tails.

Five straight Super Bowls (43 through 47), the coin toss hit heads followed by the last three Super Bowls hitting tails.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

 

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