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2011 Super Bowl
2011 Super Bowl betting odds
Some Las Vegas sportsbooks like The M, The Venetian, Hard Rock and Tropicana made out well this Super Bowl.
“We took a ton of Steeler moneyline bets,” Sportsbook Director Mike Colbert told the Las Vegas Sun. “I expected Steeler money to come in today and it did. It was a lot more than I expected. We really tried to balance the book, but it just so happened that the Packers were much better for us.”
As one of the original favorites to win the 2011 Super Bowl, it didn’t look promising prior to the Playoffs but the Green Bay Packers do win it!
If you were wondering what the top 10 2011 Super Bowl bets were coming into the big game, here you go:
The 2011 Super Bowl line had moved to -3 at 75 percent of the online gambling establishments during the early morning hours of Super Bowl Sunday.
The Christina Aguilera National Anthem bet promises to be among the most popular at the 2011 Super Bowl. Last year’s Jennifer Hudson rendition was especially popular.
The fine folks at BetED.com posted a whole menu of 2011 Super Bowl rushing props in which to bet on. Some of these featured decent payouts.
One of the more interesting betting options being offered for the Super Bowl 2011 – Steelers vs. Packers – is adjusted lines and totals.
Sportsbook.com was one of a handful of online sportsbooks offering this unique option.
Super Bowl 45 mobile betting is going to be hot in 2011 especially with all the latest technology.
With all the player propositions out there many sports bettors will be looking for Ben Roethlisberger Super Bowl bets. These range from Super Bowl MVP to a number of quarterback props.
BetED.com featured a whole slew of Super Bowl 2011 quarterback props for the Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers and Pittsburgh Steelers Ben Roethlisberger.
For those of you who don’t know, Christina Aguilera has been selected to sing the National Anthem at this year’s Super Bowl.
Listen as bookie hurls the F-Bomb at customer a few times, "politely" says he has to take another call, then calls back to throw more F-Bombs at him. Oy Vey!!!