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Who Will President Trump Pick to Win the 2017 Super Bowl Bet Prop

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Jan/31/2017

The most obvious of this year’s Super Bowl prop, right up there with whether the game will go into overtime….Who US President Donald Trump picks to win the 2017 Super Bowl.  Incidentally, no Super Bowl has ever gone into overtime.

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A friend of Patriots starting quarterback Tom Brady, Trump was expected to pick New England to win and the oddsmakers have made this a 1/10 favorite.

In the rare case the newly elected US President does pick Atlanta before the Super Bowl…the payout would be $11 for every $2 bet, which actually doesn’t impress us much consider how short the odds are on the Pats.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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