DOSSIER - In this January 19, 2019 photo, President Donald Trump addresses reporters before leaving the White House in Washington. On Tuesday, January 22, a Los Angeles federal judge appeared inclined to take legal action against Trump by porn star Stormy Daniels in an attempt to dismantle a secret deal over their alleged affair. His lawyer, Michael Avenatti, argued that the case should continue because he wanted to receive affidavits from Trump and Cohen. He plans to ask for legal fees. (AP Photo / Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

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The President of the United States has a lot of respect for the New England Patriots, two-time defenders of the AFC.

Donald Trump tweeted congratulations to owner Bob Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, as well as to the rest of the team after his 37-31 win in overtime against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Cup game.

However, do not count on Trump to make an appearance at the Super Bowl 53 on February 3 at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, as it's a safe bet that bets on the Super Bowl pillars on sports bets overseen by OddsShark.

Bettors made "No" a big favorite of -850 ($ 850 bet to win $ 100) in regards to Trump's participation in the big game, with a return on "Yes" worth +450 (bet of 100 $ to win $ 450). It's likely though that he'll be active on Twitter throughout the Super Bowl, with the total number of tweets exceeding or staying down, he's set at six, bettors needing to place -120 on the side on which they want to bet.

While Trump is hoping to draw attention to the Super Bowl Sunday, one of the most popular accessories still depends on the color or liquid that Gatorade will be projected on the winning head coach.

The ever-popular yellow regained its importance a year ago when Doug Pederson of the Philadelphia Eagles was sprinkled with Gatorade after their 41-33 victory over the Patriots. This color is this year's favorite at a rating of +225. The second choice is orange at +300 followed by blue at +375.

But even before the Super Bowl 53 starts, one of the NFL's first sports betting fans looks forward to the result is the chance to win the draw at a price of choice. Heads cashed for the first time in five years the Super Bowl 52, as it was called New England, although Philadelphia eventually won the game. In fact, the winner of the draw has lost the last five Super Bowls, which is an element to consider when putting on the team's prop at -105 each way.

The last two-time winner of the draw and the game was the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl 48, the fourth time this result was over a five-year period.

New England bet on the Super Bowl odds of 1.50 for this year's game starting Wednesday afternoon. Los Angeles has lost the loser +130 for these futures.

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