Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview Super Bowl LII.
William Hill sports book reported taking a $1 million money-line wager on Philadelphia on its mobile app Monday afternoon.
When the smorgasbord of Super Bowl LII prop bets were posted at Las Vegas sports books Thursday, professional sports bettor Frank Carulli scoured the numbers like a hawk stalking its prey.
In an annual Las Vegas tradition, some of the city’s sharpest sports bettors waited in line at the Westgate sports book Thursday night to take the first crack at wagering on more than 400 Super Bowl LII prop bets.
A line of sharp bettors quickly pounced on what they perceived as vulnerable numbers as others in the Westgate sports book simply looked up in wonder at the extensive buffet of wagering options on Super Bowl LII prop bets.
There are 948 Super Bowl LII prop betting options at William Hill sports books, which is up from 814 last year.
Several Las Vegas sports books on Monday posted the first wave of the ever-popular Super Bowl prop bets, which Westgate sports book director Jay Kornegay estimates make up more than half of the Super Bowl betting handle.