When it comes to sports betting, there seems to be an unwritten rule that the biggest games of the year have to be played, including the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals and so on. Even worse than simply playing them, most players feel the need to play their biggest wagers on those events, perhaps staying with the spirit of how big the events are in the first place. However, most of the pay head bookies will find that the sports betting experts, the true professionals, stay away from these events altogether. The reason for this is because they feel as if the bigger the event, the harder it is to ignore the hype and really have an objective view of what the outcome will be.
Even with this information, it is hard for most NFL fans to stay away from at least getting in on the action when it comes to Super Bowl Sunday, the same way it is hard for fans of other sports to play their championship series’. If you have to play an event such as the Super Bowl, then try your best to have fun with it rather than bet it too seriously. With so many proposition bets on the game, there is ample opportunity to have fun with it and place a bunch of small wagers to add excitement to the event. Just make sure that it doesn’t go too far and you are not betting $100 on the length of the national anthem, which just doesn’t seem to make sense regardless of whether or not there are numbers kept for official times from past years.