"Unaudited figures show a sports book win of $19,673,960 was recorded on wagers totaling $119,400,822. This resulted in a hold percentage of 16.5 percent," Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett said Monday in a release.
The wagers beat the total from Super Bowl XLVII in 2013, which showed a sports book win of $7,206,460 on wagers totaling $98,936,798 for a hold percentage of 7.3 percent.
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