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Super Bowl Proposition Bets (2011)

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/26/2011
Super Bowl Proposition Bets

Bookmaker.com has released a number of popular Super Bowl proposition bets.

Team to score last in the game had both sides getting a line of -115.

Will there by a score in the first 6 ½ minutes of the 2011 Super Bowl?  Odds on this proposition had the YES as a favorite at -135.  The NO was around even.

A two-point conversion will pay close to $50 for every $10 bet.  Note that the Saints had one in last year’s Super Bowl.

A safety would pay out $70 for every $10 bet.  It might be worth a small bet. To date, a safety has been scored in the Super Bowl six times, and the Pittsburgh Steelers have been involved in three such instances, scoring a safety in two instances and giving up a safety in another.

An overtime in this year’s Super Bowl would pay out $80 for every $10 bet.  It’s never happened before so you might want to consider betting $160 to win $10 (the $160 will be refunded assuming this game does not go into overtime).

Pittsburgh is favored at -130 to have more field goals in the game.  Green Bay would pay out even odds.

Bookmaker.com was also offering odds on the OVER/UNDER number of sacks, fumbles, total field goals made by each team and whether the team to score last wins the game.

Remember to follow Gambling911.com on Twitter for all the latest Super Bowl betting updates.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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