Bet Smart: Surviving the Super Bowl XLIX Prop Wagering Frenzy
Prop Betting: If it can’t be researched – pass on the proposition
Like a bountiful buffet offered up in Las Vegas – the SportsInteraction prop betting table is loaded with options that are both good and bad for your bankroll health. While we understand the urge to load up and prosper, on what appear to be Super Bowl Sunday treats, a degree of restraint and a ton of research are the keys to successful prop betting. By grinding through 20 weekends of NFL football, you’ve worked hard to build a profitable bankroll bottom line. Don’t blow it by gorging on the prop betting buffet. We’re not big on preaching but we do feel the following is important.
Two simple tips on how to avoid Super Bowl XLIX proposition betting prats and pitfalls
A red flag should go up when you see the same price on both ends of a prop. In many instances these are 50/50 props = a bookmakers bread and butter. The Last Team to Score prop is priced at -120 on both ends. If sportsbooks reel in $10K on both sides, by collecting $10K in loses, and paying out $8,333 in winnings, the books earn a $1,667 no risk profit regardless of the outcome. Second, these lines are often a game of chance and can’t be researched meaning you can’t derive a reasonable opinion on which side has a better shot of being right. Very simply stated, there is no possible way to determine whether the Patriots or Seahawks will be the last team to score on Super Bowl Sunday. Picking either side is a gamble that should be done with minimal ”Fun Money”.
SportsInteraction Super Bowl XLIX Prop Betting Sample
Get in the Game at SportsInteraction: That said, there is gold to be harvested and it’s wise to have some betting cash set aside to wager on the Super Bowl prop betting options at SIA. Not a member yet? Bank some prop betting cash with up to $100 in Free Bets by clicking through to SportsInteraction from the link below. Remember, Bet Smart and stay tuned for our final thoughts on the SB XLIX prop offerings plus our definitive NFL Championship call later in the week.
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