The President George HW Bush Coin Toss Bet – Super Bowl 51

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Feb/01/2017

The popular Super Bowl coin toss bet has just taken on new life with great news that George HW Bush (affectionately known by many as “Papi Bush”) will be tossing the coin for Super Bowl 51.

This follows the 41st President of the United States having just served time in the hospital with a bout of pneumonia. 

He’s out of the hospital and heading to the Super Bowl.

We could see some George HW Bush prop bets such as what color tie and the color of wife Barbara’s dress.   

SUPER BOWL LI - WARM UP

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HEADS

   

-115

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TAILS

   

-115

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CORRECT CALL

   

-115

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WRONG CALL

   

-115

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HEADS

   

-115

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81006

TAILS

   

-115

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PATRIOTS WIN COIN TOSS

   

-115

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81008

FALCONS WIN COIN TOSS

   

-115

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YES -WIN COIN TOS WIN SB

   

-115

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NO -WIN COIN TOS WIN SB

   

-115

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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