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Las Vegas, Nevada (January 25, 2009) - The Super Bowl is the biggest single-day sports betting event of the year. Over $10 billion dollars is expected to be wagered on Super Bowl XLIII, by over 200 million individuals worldwide. RJ Bell of is the only sports bettor on Forbes’ recent list of Gambling Gurus and has been called “incredibly astute” by AOL and a “point-spread maven” by USA Today.

Listed below are compelling Super Bowl betting storylines which – though not widely reported - are of great interest to fans. RJ Bell is available for a limited number of media appearances. Mr. Bell has appeared on the CBS and ABC Nightly News, CNBC, Nightline, and ESPN television over a dozen times; in addition to countless national and local radio appearances.

You can schedule RJ Bell by emailing, or calling 1-800-PREGAME (1-800-773-4263). Mr. Bell will talk compellingly about any sports betting related subject. Act fast for best chance of successful booking.

Top Storylines:

Las Vegas says the Steelers have a 72% to win this year’s game with a projected score of 27-20. Arizona “26 to 1” longshots to have won 3 straight games as underdogs; read more:

Arizona would be underdogs vs. 10 NFL teams, including against two teams that did not make this year’s playoffs plus two teams they beat in the playoffs; read more:

Vegas has won money on Super Bowl bets 16 of last 18 years. Bettors worldwide have lost an estimated $12 Billion during that time; read more:

More than half of past Super Bowls had a favorite of a touchdown or more, 17 of 22 won the game. See odds on biggest favorite and biggest upset of all-time; read more:

Odds on next year’s Super Bowl already released: Patriots #1 favorite. Arizona 25-1 longshots again. Detroit biggest underdog; read more:

In addition, RJ Bell of is preparing an unmatched overview of remarkable Super Bowl betting props: including how long the national anthem will take to be sung, what songs Bruce Springsteen will play, and an amazing rationale on why the coin-flip may not be 50/50!

Print, radio, TV, and Internet media should feel free to quote any information above. Please attribute: RJ Bell of RJ Bell is available for any follow-up questions at: is the biggest sports betting news website compliant with US Law. RJ Bell has been featured on CBS News with Katie Couric, ABC News with Charles Gibson, Nightline, Sportscenter, Outside the Lines (ESPN), First Take (ESPN2), Mike & Mike, Colin Cowherd, Jim Rome, Dan Patrick,,, Yahoo,, and in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Associated Press, LA Times,, Bloomberg, Maxim, and Sports Illustrated.



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