Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Lemmy Channel

(The Lemmy Channel is a weekly column written by our good friends at Stock Lemon.)

Forgive us for straying from our usual topic of betting Bucks basketball, but the loss of Michael Redd might cost Bucks bettors some green and we'd rather not be responsible for that.

Instead, we're here to talk about something a little more exciting: 2009 Super Bowl 43 Prop Bets! As some of you may have noticed, Stock Lemon is the main squeeze for 2009 Super Bowl 43 Prop Bets and we have some recent posts that are worth taking a look at.

First, if you're unfamiliar with prop betting, check out this basic list of typical Super Bowl proposition bets.

Hopefully that list will get you really flipping excited to learn more about prop bets, so you'll want to check out one of the most popular props that happens to have nothing to do with football--the coin flip!

The opening toss isn't the only pre-game activity that people are betting on, so take a look at our thoughts on betting the over/under for the National Anthem.

The over/under was originally set at 1 minute and 54 seconds, but after reading our post about how the Over is very likely to hit, bookies added seven seconds to that prop, setting the new over/under at 2 minutes and 1 second.

If pre-game betting isn't your thing, well, try betting on post-game props! The ever important "What color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach" bet is a good place to start when the game ends.

Of course, make sure to check back to Stock Lemon for props that actually involve the Steelers and the Cardinals and the action on the field.

Since this episode of the Lemmy Channel is basically just a clip show, be sure to check us out and view the full episodes.

Happy Supper Bowl 43 Prop Betting!


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