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New York Giants Safety Pays Gambler $50 Thousand

 

Super Bowl XLVI
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We’ve all heard about those zany bets you can make on the Super Bowl. You could bet on the color Gatorade that would be dumped on the winning coach. You could have bet on Kelly Clarkson’s shirt if you wanted. One lucky gambler dropped a thousand dollars on the first score of the game. Who knew it would be a New York Giants Safety! Want to see the betting slip?

So if you bet one thousand dollars on a safety what kind of return do you get on your money? How about 50-1 odds, that’s right at a $50 thousand dollar payday! If you were wondering the outcome of some of those other crazy prop bets, we have those for you too.

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