Super Bowl XLV: The year's busiest workday

Nevada sports books expect to handle around $90 million worth of wagers on Sunday's Super Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers. For 25-year-old Rufus Peabody, it could mean a lot of money.

 
 

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Rufus Peabody, a native of Arlington, monitors his bets on the NFC championship game between Green Bay and Chicago from his apartment in Las Vegas. Peabody is a "sharp," a bettor who looks for odds that he believes have been miscast.


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