Super Bowl Betting Online Advice Available Fast

Published Friday, February 03, 2012 -

The 46th annual Super Bowl rapidly approaches the bookies online and off present their predictions with all the skill the experts can muster. The interest in the final match up for the NFL season is usually a hum dinger with millions of enthusiasts watching what is usually a fantastic game. Not only is the outcome of the game bet on by millions but then there are all those prop bets that make betting even more fun.

From every angle possible there seems to be a money line, from the length of time it takes to sing the National Anthem to whether or not there will be a wardrobe malfunction you can find odds. Wide receiver prop bets are among the most interesting with New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz for example is a possible winner without dispute.

Most skill testing bookies are leaning towards the New England Patriots but all and all it will be a close one to call. Brady has experience and he knows his receivers can muster at the charge and bring home the bacon. Underdogs are well represented with a number of players stepping up to the challenge after being passed over in the draft.
Its not legal to bet on the Super Bowl in the USA unless you live in Nevada, Delaware, Montana or Oregon so after the Department of Justice squashes the enthusiasm there may be some explaining to do. Even though most bets are placed before the game starts there is the half time betting opportunity which can be tricky if a few beverages have been consumed. So keeping sober for those bets is important to say the least. Soon after the first half ends the sportsbooks will release a point spread and a total for the second half. It will only relate to what happens in the second half and potentially overtime, so what has happened in the first half has no direct impact on betting at halftime. Go online see what the odds makers are saying then decide you’ll have lots of time to get it right.


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