In the literal sense, most Super Bowl 55 prop bets based on stats are 50/50 options.
They at Super Bowl LV either hit, or they don’t.
No matter you either win or lose.
But if it is Tom Brady’s passing yardage total, the amount of catches for Rob Gronkowksi, or Patrick Mahomes rushing total, the number either comes out as an over or an under, and facets into the game makes those wagers have actually less, or way more, of a 50 chance that is percent of.
A team could be up big and stop passing, or someone could get injured (a nightmare scenario that has happened to all bettors if you have played long enough.)There is, however, one bet that truly is a 50/50 chance, and it happens before the contest.The coin flip.
It is the
most wagered on prop* that is bet( for most NJ sportsbooks, while there is no ability included: simply select a side, and a cure for the greatest.
Now, the word goes, “Tails never ever fails.” We utilized that most the full time once I had been mentoring, and attempted to make my players often take tails as as possible. Every so often, a hunch would be had by me, and simply take minds.
But not significant.