Super Bowl Gambling Props Shows Hypocrisy of American Government
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The Super Bowl this Sunday will be a glaring example of just how board people have become with the game itself. Taking a look at some of the prop bets made available by sports books is to understand just how much people enjoy gambling.
While the American government fools itself into believing that online gambling does not exist in the United States, you need only to look to this weeks Super Bowl game props to see the truth about Internet gambling in America.
As the week goes on, it becomes more clear that there is no prop that is too ridiculous for sports books to put odds on. One of the props that I’ve found is which coach will have a close up of his face first, Bill Belichick or Tom Coughlin. Belichick is the favorite in this bet, with gamblers having to lay $120 to win $100.
Here is a look at some of the more outrageous bets gamblers can make on Sunday.
The color of the Gatorade that is dumped on the winning coach. Yellowish is the favorite at +130. Red, Orange, and Blue are next, followed by Blackish at +500.
Also available are all kinds of different scoring options between players in different sports. For instance, a gambler can bet on Kobe Bryant’s points against Tom Brady completions. Of course, there are odds to each of these props.
So, as the rest of America gets ready for the big game and tries to figure out which prop bets will net them the most money, government officials will watch the game and be proud of how they have kept Internet gambling out of the American culture.