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First Touchdown Bet for Super Bowl 2011

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/03/2011
Green Bay Packers

Bookmaker.com was offering the first touchdown bet odds for the 2011 Super Bowl.  Essentially, the betting on this relates to the yard range.

Here were the odds on this event available at Bookmaker.com Thursday night.

0-7 yards touchdown pays $12 for every $10 bet.

8 to 15 yards pays $25.

16-25 yards pays $35.

26-39 yards pays $60.

40-59 yards pay $70.

60 to 79 yards pay $120.

80 to 95 yards pay $150.

96 or more touchdowns pays $120.

No touchdown scored the entire Super Bowl would pay out a whopping $500 for every $10 bet.

Additionally, Bookmaker.com was taking bets on who would be scoring the first touchdown of the game (odds on last touchdown also available) as featured below.  The first number is the graded bet number.  The second with a (+) represents the payout odds (example:  +1100 would pay $110 for every $10 bet).

 

25449BEN ROETHLISBERGER        +1100

25450RASHARD MENDENHALL    +300

25451ISSAC REDMAN         +2000

25452MEWELDE MOORE   +2000

25453MIKE WALLACE         +650

25454HINES WARD+1000

25455EMMANUEL SANDERS         +1200

25456ANTONIO BROWN   +2500

25457HEATH MILLER         +1000

25458ANY OTHER PITTSBURGH PLAYER            +1000

25459AARON RODGERS    +600

25460JAMES STARKS          +800

25461BRANDON JACKSON           +1500

25462JOHN KUHN  +800

25463GREG JENNINGS       +400

25464DONALD DRIVER      +850

25465JAMES JONES            +1000

25466JORDY NELSON        +500

25467ANDREW QUARLESS            +1500

25468DONALD LEE+1500

25469ANY OTHER GREENBAY PLAYER    +1000

25470NO TOUCHDOWN SCORED           +5000

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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