‘Tails Never Fails’: Gambler Places A Whopping $100,000 On The Super Bowl Coin Toss

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Who knew a coin toss could be such an adrenaline rush?

It’ll be a massive one for a Super Bowl gambler, as my man placed a crazy $100,000 on the coin toss for the Big Game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs at Allegiant Stadium next weekend.

The bettor made the wager through Caesars Sportsbook. (RELATED: A Travis Kelce-Taylor Swift Super Bowl Proposal Bet Just Popped Up On A Sportsbook (And There’s A Ton Of Value Here))

“It just gets more popular every year,” Caesars Sportsbook’s assistant director of trading, Adam Pullen, told Fox News. “Obviously, a bet of that size on a flip of a coin is substantial and rare. But we’ve had five-figure bets before.”

If the coin lands on tails, the gambler would profit over $95,000.

“It’s the Super Bowl. People love to bet all the crazy markets. Betting on a coin flip with that much money, it’s certainly interesting. But at least that customer will be invested early on. Hopefully for him, it’s ‘tails never fails,'” added Pullen.

I’m planning on dropping a good chunk of change on the Super Bowl myself, but $100,000 is way out of my league. I mean, damn, what is this dude doing where he can just drop 100 racks on a bet like that?

I don’t know, but goals … goals.