Super Bowl Betting Guide

Are you excited for Super Bowl XLVI to come? Well, who doesn't? What is Super Bowl without betting? The Super Bowl is not only one of the most anticipated events of the year, but it's also one of the most popular betting days. Millions of Americans love to bet on Super Bowl, whether they are betting on the prop or point spread. Here's how you can do Super Bowl betting the simplest, easiest effective yet enjoyable way.

One way to make your Super Bowl betting chic and fun is by doing it over the internet. There are many online sports betting site who take bets for the Super Bowl. Google can be used to search for the Super Bowl and provide hundreds of results. You should search for the online bookie that offers you the highest payout. To do this, sign up to an online community for sports betting. An online community for sports betting offers a friendly guide that is useful for beginners. They are dedicated to online sport betting, handicapping and gambling, football picks, predictions and advices. They rate the various sports booking sites, and also give out bonuses to their members.

It is better to be familiar with the playoffs before placing a bet on the site. The single-elimination playoff is held at the conclusion of the regular season in order to determine the football champion. The first round of the playoffs is the Wild Card playoffs, down to Divisional playoffs then meet in AFC and NFC Conference Championship games and finally to the Super Bowl. You also have to research on each team and study reports so you could identify which team shows the most potential. Try placing bet on tighter point spreads; it is actually easier to go over and under these. If you place a prop bet or side bet, be sure to pick on something that is "normal" like which side will score first.

Point Spread is the most commonly used type of method for Super Bowl betting, which is based on the concept of a spread. A spread is a range of results for the event that you are betting on, and the bet you place will be based on the spread of the event. Or simply explain as, point spread, is the number made by oddsmakers and presented to the sportsbook. The numbers are presented to bettors so they can choose between the favorite and the underdog. A negative sign next their name indicates the favorite, while a positive sign signifies the underdog.

For example, if team A were the favorites over the team B by a 5.5 point spread and you bet on the team A, then they have to win 6 points in order to win the bet. If team A wins by less than 5 points, then the bettors who placed their bets on Team B will win. It is more difficult to exceed or lower the spread the higher the spread. This makes point spread betting a lot riskier than other kinds of betting, such as fixed odds or parimutuel betting.

The Super Bowl XLVI will be played on February 05, 2012 in Lucas Oil Stadium in Downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. Kick-off is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Eastern, 5:30 p.m. Central, 4:30 p.m. Mountain and 3:30 p.m. Pacific time. Once you have mastered the basics of betting, it is time to play your hand at gambling while having fun watching your favorite football championship, Super Bowl!

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