This years New Jersey Super Bowl not only set a ratings record, but a wagering record as well as 119.4 million dollars was wagered on the “Big Game.”

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Unaudited tallies showed sportsbooks made an unprecedented profit of $19.7 million on the action, the Gaming Control Board announced Monday. That's millions more than the past three Super Bowl wins combined.

The record numbers come from a game in the state of New Jersey, that has been fighting for legalized sports betting.

The previous record for the amount of bets placed, or the handle, was set last year, when gamblers wagered $98.9 million on the Super Bowl between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers.

The last record for casino win was set in 2005, when sports books won $15.4 million.

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