The Super Bowl may have been played in Phoenix, but it was big business in Las Vegas. Not only could you bet on whether the Patriots would cover the point spread, but there were proposition bets on individual player's statistics — even who would win the coin toss.
With such an unexpected outcome — the 12-point underdog New York Giants winning in a suprisingly low-scoring game — how did things turn out for gamblers and the casinos?
The feeling on the street is that the house got beat up a little, says Anthony Curtis, president of LasVegasAdvisor.com.
Curtis talks with Robert Siegel.