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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.

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- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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