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Chicago Bears Long Odds to Win 2012 Super Bowl: Phil Hellmuth Places Bet

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/14/2011
Chicago Bears Long Odds to Win 2012 Super Bowl

For someone who finished in second place at three different World Series of Poker events this year, we at G911.co are inclined to follow Phil Hellmuth when he bets the Chicago Bears to win the 2012 Super Bowl at 38/1 odds.  Those were the odds found at Bookmaker.

Evidently, Hellmuth appears to be getting ripped off.  We will presume he’s betting in Vegas as opposed to online where the odds tend to be better.

I'm a GB Packer fan, but I'm shocked to see our rival Chicago Bears at 35-to-1 to win the Superbowl! Couldn't help but bet a little $$$...

Gambling911.com believes this is a tight enough division (minus the Minnesota Vikings) that anything is possible.  The Green Bay Packers, who bring back most of last year’s Super Bowl champion team, won’t be flying under the radar this time around.  The Detroit Lions are expected to surpass expectations.  Chicago is getting the “red-headed step child” treatment. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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