How much would you bet on the Patriots winning the coin toss at this Sunday’s Super Bowl? Or maybe you want to wager on Patriots tight end Ron Gronkowski scoring the game winning touchdown, or Greg “The Leg” Zuerlein nailing a 57-yard kick for the Rams.

Super Bowl LIII is not just about crowning the best professional football team in 2019. It’s also, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court, the first national step into an expanded world of legal sports gambling.

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