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First Super Bowl Overtime Pays $1000

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Feb/05/2017

It only took 51 Super Bowls and some close calls but Super Bowl 51 becomes the first to ever go into overtime.

The payout is a cool $1000 for every $100 bet.

While the Falcons led by a significant amount throughout the championship game, New England managed to get within 8 points and ultimately got the touchdown and two-point conversion with just a little under a minute left to play.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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