More money was bet on Super Bowl LI at Nevada sportsbooks than any other Super Bowl in history.
The state's gaming control board revealed on Monday that books won $10.93 million off of a record $138.48 million in wagers.
The $138.48 million wagered beats last year's record mark of $132.54 million. The books held 7.9 percent of the amount wagered and recorded their seventh-most lucrative Super Bowl ever.
The New England Patriots covered as 3-point favorites, and the game went over the consensus closing total of 57.