Super Bowl LV: Everything you need to know to bet the big game

The matchup is set for the biggest sports gambling day of the year.

The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on Sunday

Here's everything you need to know about how to bet the game, our favorite plays and more.

This page will be continually updated with news, features and everything else you need leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.

Super Bowl LV Best Bets: picks, props, totals and more

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Chris Berman Super Bowl LV pick and analysis

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Super Bowl LV Prop Scorecard

Watching Super Bowl LV on Sunday but don't want to put any money on the game? We've got you covered with our prop bet scorecard.

We've selected 22 props from the hundreds released by Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill.

Printable prop scorecard for your viewing experience here.

The biggest bet of the Super Bowl

Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale, a Houston furniture store owner who is known for making giant sports bets, has placed the largest wager on Super Bowl LV so far -- $3.46 million on the underdog Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Super Bowl MVP odds

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the favorite to take home the Super Bowl LV MVP award, with Bucs quarterback (and four-time Super Bowl MVP winner) Tom Brady the next pick. But which player comes next? Find the other favorites here.

The GOAT a 'dog in Super Bowl

The Chiefs opened as 3-point favorites over the Bucs. If that holds, it would be just the second time Tom Brady has been an underdog in the Super Bowl. Read more here.

Super Bowl trends to know

AFC teams have won and covered five of the past six Super Bowls. The favored team is 35-19 straight up in the 54 Super Bowls. Only two underdog quarterbacks have won multiple Super Bowls as an underdog (Jim Plunkett and Eli Manning). Want to know more trends heading into the big game? They're all here.

Early breakdown of Super Bowl LV

The line and total have been fairly stable. What might affect them as the game closes in? Preston Johnson ranks what factors could influence changes.

Read the entire story here.

Biggest bets on the big game

Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill reported taking a $120,000 bet on the Chiefs -3 (-120) less than 24 hours after the line was posted. Follow all of the biggest bets here.

Backing Brady proves to be wise investment

An educated guess that Tom Brady would end up in Tampa Bay -- and have a successful playoff run -- has helped pad a pair of bettors' bankroll. A Super Bowl win would add to it. Read the whole story here.

Now that's a big bet

A bettor in Nevada placed a $2.3 million wager on the Bucs +3.5 (-115) with sportsbook BetMGM. If Tampa covers the spread against the Chiefs, the bettor would win a net $2 million. Read the whole story here.

Flipping madness

The Super Bowl coin flip has been on the board at Las Vegas sportsbooks for decades. Heads or tails, which team will win the toss and will that team decide to take the ball, play defense or defer to the second half -- you can bet on all of it. And a lot of people do, despite being charged upward of 5 cents on the dollar in vigorish on what is essentially a 50-50 proposition.