Nevada sports books won only 0.7 percent of the Super Bowl LII handle for $1.17 million to narrowly avoid losing money on the Super Bowl for the third time in 28 years.
Despite heavy action on the Eagles — including four $1 million-plus bets — the Patriots remained 4½-point favorites Saturday afternoon at every Las Vegas book.
The Patriots are 4½-point favorites over the Eagles and the total is 48½ for Sunday’s game. A survey of opinions from Review-Journal staff members, other media, oddsmakers and professional bettors and handicappers.
A bettor placed $1 million Friday on the Eagles on the money line at plus 155 on William Hill’s mobile app.
In-play wagering — in which the point spread, total and money line are constantly adjusted during a game — generated 22 percent of William Hill’s betting handle in 2017.
Professional sports bettor Erin Rynning is betting on the Patriots on the money line.
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview Super Bowl LII prop bets.
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.