The $100 entry competition asks bettors to pick 30 selected props for Sunday’s Super Bowl. The winner gets 50 percent of the prize pool.
Nevada sportsbooks have lost money on only two Super Bowls since the state started tracking them in 1991. But the books suffered their worst Super Bowl loss ever in 1979.
A year after the Rams and Patriots produced the fewest combined points in Super Bowl history, bettors are banking on the Chiefs and 49ers to pile up points in the Feb. 2 game.
The Chiefs have the edge at quarterback. But if San Francisco’s defensive front harasses Patrick Mahomes, the 49ers can control the game with their ground attack.
William Hill and the Westgate released their packages for the title game, and bettors lined up to take their shots on bets from the standard to the obscure.
Bettors waited in line Thursday at the Westgate to place up to two wagers at a time at a limit of $2,000 each. Most of them then would go to the back of the line and wait their turn again.
There are a bounty of ways to bet on the NFL title game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 2 in Miami Gardens, Florida.
There are more than 1,000 different ways to wager on the Feb. 2 NFL title game at William Hill sportsbook, which has 114 locations in Nevada.
The Westgate put up the opening round of props Monday morning, including two of the most popular prop pools in the Super Bowl MVP and first player to score a touchdown.
The Chiefs were given a slight edge over the San Francisco 49ers by Las Vegas sportsbooks. The game will be played Feb. 2 in Miami.