- The coin toss odds will be the first ones resolved on Super Bowl Sunday.
- Heads has -105 odds and Tails has -105 odds.
- Four of the last five-coin tosses have ended up heads, but before that, four consecutive coin tosses went tails.
LAS VEGAS - It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and the first wager that will pay off on the board is the wager on coin flips.
Let’s take a look at the odds on the online sportsbooks for the first wager of Super Bowl 57 – the coin toss.
Coin Toss - Result Of Coin Toss For Super Bowl 57
- Heads -105
- Tails -105
Four of the last five coin tosses have landed heads. However, before that run, there was a run of four consecutive tails hits.
Coin Toss - What Team Will Win Coin Toss In Super Bowl 57?
- Kansas City Chiefs-105
- Philadelphia Eagles-105
This wager is functionally the same as the first one, but it allows you to pick a team and root for them, rather than rooting for the coin itself.
Also, since the coins tend to be a bit confusing – they have customized heads and tails engravings rather than traditional ones – this can be an easier way to place the coin toss wagers.
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Coin Toss - Will Team That Wins Coin Toss Also Win Super Bowl 57?
Intriguingly, the team that won the coin toss has won the Super Bowl only 25 of the 56 times that the game has been played.
The odds at the NFL sportsbooks suggest that it’s fully random, which is even odder, because winning the coin toss – at least in theory – confers a minor advantage to the team that wins it.
Perhaps teams are wrong about the value of deferring to the second half, or perhaps it truly is random, but this is interesting.
Coin Toss - Heads or Tails?
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