(Las Vegas, NV) — Nevada’s sportsbooks did quite well in Sunday’s Super Bowl. The state Gaming Control Board says casinos took in nearly $94-million worth of bets, with a house take of just over five-million dollars. It was the second-largest handle in state history, beaten only by the 2006 game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Seattle Seahawks. Last year’s game between the Steelers and the Green Bay Packers took in just over $87-million.
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