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Will Super Bowl 51 Go Into Overtime Betting Odds, Prop

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Jan/27/2017

Should Super Bowl 51 go into overtime the payout would be a massive $1000 for every $100 bet, and that's exactly what happened.  It was the first time a Super Bowl has ever gone into OT.  Super Bowl 52 has similiar odds.

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No Super Bowl game has ever gone into overtime play before the 2017 matchup between New England and Atlanta.

Also, no Super Bowl had ever ended in a shutout.

As far as a Super Bowl OT, one had to be thinking this was way overdue heading into the 51st one.  Remember, a simple $10 bet for the overtime pays $100.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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