The Westgate SuperBook unveiled its full menu of Super Bowl props Thursday night and took more than $400,000 in wagers during the first three hours.
The SuperBook, widely considered the king of the props, has posted 442 two-way Super Bowl propositions and are offering a total of 1,000 betting options, according to VSiN.com.
More than half of the Westgate's Super Bowl handle is expected to come from these props.
The first limit bets of $2,000 were on New England quarterback Tom Brady to go over 25.5 completions and over 282.5 passing yards.
“There were some sharp guys making anti-Rams bets, which I thought was interesting,” Westgate sportsbook director John Murray told VSiN.
New England is a 2.5-point favorite over the Los Angeles Rams for Super Bowl LIII on February 3 in Atlanta.
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