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Super Bowl 51 Coin Toss Prop Bet

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Published on:
Jan/27/2017

The Super Bowl 51 coin toss prop bet was priced at -115 for all variations Bookmaker.eu. The odds were similar for this year's Super Bowl. 

The variations include whether the coin lands on heads or tails, which team will win the Super Bowl 51 coin toss, whether the winner of the coin toss ultimately wins the big game and whether the team or player to call the coin toss will have a correct or wrong call.

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.

Here are your Super Bowl 52 coin toss prop bets

NFL - SB LI - COIN TOSS - Feb 04

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS VS PHILADELPHIA EAGLES COIN TOSS

Coin Will Land Heads

-115

Coin Will Land Tails

-115

Team To Win The Opening Coin Toss

Patriots Wins Coin Toss

-115

Eagles Wins Coin Toss

-115

Will The Winner Of The Coin Toss Win The Superbowl

Winner Coin Toss Wins Sb Yes

-115

Winner Coin Toss Wins Sb No

-115

Player Calling Opening Coin Toss Will Call

Player Calls Heads

-115

Player Calls Tails

-115

Team Or Player To Call Coin Toss Will Be

Correct Call

-115

Wrong Call

-115

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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