Super Bowl XLVIII is upon us, and come Sunday, Feb. 2, millions of Americans will cheer on the Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks. Fans have been waiting all season to see their teams reach the big game and the stakes are high - in more ways than one. CNBC estimates $10 Billion dollars will be bet on the outcome of this year's Super Bowl. For most people it's really just a way to have fun, but for the thousands of Pennsylvanians who are problem gamblers, the Super Bowl stakes are much higher. Gambling can become as addictive as alcohol, tobacco and drugs. Events like the Super Bowl can serve as "triggers" for people with gambling problems.