Super Bowl Props Betting Capsule | Will the Broncos score in all four quarters of the Super Bowl? Will the Panthers? Will there be more goals in the three NHL games early Sunday than there will be points in the second quarter of Super Bowl 50?
On Super Bowl Sunday, if the Cox Communications/KLAS-TV deal still isn’t settled, Las Vegas locals can bring their Cox Cable bill in to any of the 46 PT’s for a free drink on the house
Wiseguy Report | When I talk with casual fans in the week leading up to the Super Bowl, they tend to be interested in my opinion about who is going to win the big game. But when I’m talking with bettors, not fans, the topic turns toward props...
Dye-ing to Know | The first time you look up to the massive video boards in the newly renovated SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas – the old Las Vegas Hilton – your jaw might drop It will undoubtedly make the SuperBook the place to be in Vegas for Super Bowl Sunday.
The biggest change in my 19 years of Super Bowls in Las Vegas is the explosion of proposition bets. What began in the mind of Jay Kornegay at the old Imperial Palace has become just as big, if not bigger than the side and total of the game.
Around Town | It’s Super Bowl week! The town is filling up to capacity and excitement is building. The sportsbooks have tweaked their betting propositions, put the final numbers on their parlay cards and made preparations for the onslaught of bettors.
V.I.P. Pigskin Picks | The hype for Super Bowl 50 is in full swing as Denver and QB Peyton Manning seek redemption for past Super Bowl failures while Carolina and QB Cam Newton seek to create their own legacy going forward.
Feist Facts | The great Denver defense against the dominant Carolina offense! Peyton vs. Cam, youth vs. old! Where have we heard this tune before?
Vegas Sports Books | After the first week of Super Bowl betting action in Las Vegas, it’s quite clear the betting public loves the Panthers. No, I mean they really love the Panthers, as in about 79 percent of every ticket written has been on the Panthers.
Wagering on the winning Side and Total is only a part of the options available for the Super Bowl and, in recent years, has become a smaller portion of the overall handle.