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Super Bowl Gambling Is Breaking Records And Putting Previous Ones In The Dust — It’s Not Even Close

Plain and simple: America is betting on the Super Bowl.

There are approximately 68 million adults in our beautiful country. Almost 1 in 4 people According to the gambling industry's National Trade Association, he will bet on Super Bowl LVIII, shattering the betting record for the big game by a wide margin.

The American Gaming Association released figures on Tuesday featuring bets placed at legal outlets, illegal bookmakers and online-based overseas operations.

Wagering on the 2023 Super Bowl is expected to be 35% higher than in 2022, which set the previous record. The group estimates that Super Bowl LVIII will attract an estimated $23.1 billion worth of bets, a jump of $16 billion from last year's big game.

This is undoubtedly a result of the increasing legalization of gambling across the United States. Heck, I'm one of those people, Florida recently legalized sports betting and now it's full of Super Bowl bets.

Over the past two weeks, I've been working on betting, including straight bets, parlays, correlated plays, 4-ways, and setups using other sports. We are making a yin and yang bet for the big game. Things will be more fun. (Related: LOL: This has to be one of the biggest blunders in sports media history)

You better believe I love this gambling uptick, because you all know me, I love making money.

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