Hollywood, (PressExposure) February 03, 2012 -- Charles Jay, the world's most creative oddsmaker. is in action once again.
His special Super Bowl player propositions, covering action that will be happening in Sunday's Big Game, are up on display, as part of his unique fantasy sportsbook presence, BetCharlesJay.com ([http://www.betcharlesjay.com]).
Jay, who supplies odds for just about every major event one can think of in the sports and entertainment world not to mention politics, world affairs, pop culture and elsewhere, and does so at times for some of the world's leading online sportsbooks, sees the matchup between the New York Giants and New England Patriots as an opportunity to exercise some creativity, and get sports fans thinking at the same time.
For example, a payoff of 20-to-1 is available in the "Hold the Mayo" prop, which will pay off if new England linebacker Jerod Mayo is held without a tackle for the entire game. The price is 4-to-1 in the "Weather-Beaten" prop, where punter Steve Weatherford of the Giants would have to get roughed in the act.
For those who like more of a longshot, as well as the darker side of things, the "Ugoh-to-the-Locker-Room" prop pays 250-to-1 if New York guard Tony Ugoh is ejected from the game. And the "Totally Im-Polite" prop pays at 60/1 that New England Lousaka Polite will be called for a personal foul penalty.
For the "Carr-Chase" prop to yield results at 5000-to-1, David Carr, the backup quarterback of the Giants, would have to get into the game and throw an interception, while linebacker Chase Blackburn would have to make an interception. The "Ochocinco-Squared" prop requires that both #85's - Chad Ochocinco himself (of the Pats) and Jake Ballard of the Giants - catch touchdown passes. Naturally, the odds are 85/1.
There are more than two dozen props available in this player category alone, along with many more in other categories.
"The Super Bowl is always a good chance to go to extremes," says Jay, who has in the past done some of the world's more creative propositions on the Oscars, the NFL and NBA Drafts. "The stuff we put out at BetCharlesJay is designed for people who want to have a little fun, and want to find material that isn't at a so-called conventional sportsbook."
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