Who is bet to win the Super Bowl 2021?
The final futures bets have been pouring in at leading online sportsbooks as the 2021 NFL season kicks of this week. The defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the most popular bet to win the Super Bowl again followed by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Who won big on Super Bowl bets?
69-year-old furniture retailer ‘Mattress Mack’ placed one of the biggest bets in Super Bowl history — and won millions. The owner of Gallery Furniture placed the biggest Super Bowl bet of 2021, winning over $6 million. The Texas businessman flew out to Colorado Springs to place the wager through DraftKings.
Who bet 3 million on the Super Bowl?
Jim McIngvale, or as he’s famously known “Mattress Mack”, placed a $3.46 million bet on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Who is the underdog in the Super Bowl 2021?
Bucs. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have carried tremendous value on the moneyline in their past two games. Brady and Co. will be the underdog for the third consecutive contest in Super Bowl 55 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Who is Super Bowl favorite?
For the first time since January 2020, someone other than the Kansas City Chiefs is the consensus favorite to win the Super Bowl. The defending-champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers moved atop the odds to win the Super Bowl this week at U.S. sportsbooks.
What’s the biggest bet ever placed?
William Lee Bergstrom (1951 – February 4, 1985) commonly known as The Suitcase Man or Phantom Gambler, was a gambler and high roller known for placing the largest bet in casino gambling history at the time amounting to $777,000 ($2.44 million present day amount) at the Horseshoe Casino, which he won.
How much did the mattress guy win on the Super Bowl?
“Mattress Mack” finally won a big one. Jim McIngvale, the Houston furniture magnate, won his $3.46 million bet on the Buccaneers (+3.5) in Super Bowl LV after Tampa Bay blitzed the Chiefs, 31-9.
Which team was bet more in the Super Bowl?
The Chiefs are the popular bet to win Super Bowl 55. Many online operators including FanDuel Sportsbook had more than 80% of the spread money on the Chiefs (-3) into this week.