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Color of Gatorade Dumped on Coach Super Bowl LII Prop

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Feb/01/2018

As with all recent Super Bowls, one can bet on the Color of the Gatorade Bath for Super Bowl LIII.  The following article pertains to the 2018 Super Bowl so please go here for this year's Super Bowl odds


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Blue was coming in with a potential payout of $25 for every $10 bet and it's one of our favorites as the color matches both teams uniforms.  Blue Gatorade has been dumped on Patriots head coach Bill Belichick in the past.

White is also part of both team's uniform color schemes and would come in the form of Clear or Water and paying $40 for every $10 bet.

Here are the other options below.  Bets can be placed here.

02/04/2018 15:30:00   COLOR OF LIQUID DUMPED ON WINNING COACH  
  80001 YELLOW +280
  80002 ORANGE +275
  80003 RED +310
  80004 CLEAR/WATER +400
  80005 BLUE +250
  80006 PURPLE +1000

 

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