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U.S. Masters - Golf Betting - Predictions for the 1st 8 places

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US Masters 2017 | Golf Betting Guide & Tips

The 2017 U.S. Masters - Golf Betting - Predictions for the 1st 8 places

Golfers are getting their clubs out of winter storage before hitting the course, failing to warm up, shanking a couple of the first and pulling a muscle on the 2nd tee whilst trying to strike it like Dustin Johnson. There is every chance a biting northerly wind is cutting you in half into the bargain and then you get home to watch the 2017 U.S. Masters. The world’s most neatly maintained course in all its warm spring glory.

This year looks to be a little different as Augusta–Richmond County US is currently being hit by very heavy rain and high winds. Practice rounds have been canceled and the course even had to be evacuated at one point. This will make the course, already a long one, play even longer than usual, suiting the big hitters even more than normal.

US Masters is the only major tournament that is played on the same course every year. Course form is important but coming into the competition in good form is every bit as relevant. Freshmen do not have a good record and Augusta National is a course where a player must learn where he should and should not land the ball. Simply going for the pin isn’t going to work at Augusta National, the better option may be to leave it 15ft away but with a straighter uphill putt. Freshmen playing this season will further be handicapped by the lack of practice rounds due to the poor weather.

Bookmakers get quite competitive for a slice of the first big golf event of the season and we have a few offering each-way terms for the 1st 8 places, which is good news in what is a small field by tournament golf standards, especially when you consider that places are taken up by Sandy Lyle, Larry Mize, Mark O’Meara and Ian Woosnam.

2 points e/w Jordan Spieth @ 7/1 with SkyBet

Jordan Spieth has become the forgotten man of World Golf in the wake of the rise of Jason Day this year, Dustin Johnson. Jordan Spieth's record at Augusta is excellent. 3 starts with finishing positions of 2/1/2 is the class of the field. Of course but for a rare mental meltdown on the 12th in the final round last year Spieth would have 2 wins and a 2nd place. Many think Jordan Spieth doesn’t have the distance off the tee to win here. Jordan Spieth won this in 2015 with a score of -18, hammering the rest of the field and the conditions then. Jordan Spieth handled the windy conditions here last year well so he will not be fazed by the weather forecast for a wet and windy start to the US Masters tournament.

Jordan Spieth knows how to play this course, when to attack and when to know that par is a good score and be conservative. Jordan Spieth came back to play a couple of practice rounds late last year. Jordan Spieth birdied it on both occasions and he doesn’t seem as a player that is prone to a lack of self-belief.

Rory McIlroy needs a Golf Masters title to complete his career grand Slam, Rory McIlroy has had his own nightmares at Augusta but he has had 3 top 10’s in the last 3 years and his experience should hold him in good stead. As will his distance off the tee, especially with soft fairways and even less run than usual. His very high ball flight is normally a help at Augusta but if we get the strong winds that are forecast, maybe not. Rory McIlroy real weakness is putting. It is hard to have any great confidence in Rory McIlroy when he is over a gettable sub 10 footer or even shorter. A lack of confidence on theses greens will be found out soon enough.

Phil Mickelson has an enviable record around Augusta but it has tailed off a bit now that age is catching up with his arthritic bones. Phil Mickelson's recent form has not been bad but it’s far from his best and odds @ 33/1 seems a bit short. Jason Day has become a regular feature in Golf Majors in recent years but with his recent form of 64/23/55 isn’t very impressive.

Dustin Johnson comes here on the back of 3 consecutive wins which sits well with his last 2 Masters finishes of 6th and 4th. Dustin Johnson can overpower the course with his power game but he can struggle with the finer points of the game and a four-putt in his final round last year ended up costing him dearly. Dustin Johnson's odds @ 7/1 are perfectly reasonable.

Justin Rose will have plenty of backers this weekend. He has learned how to play Augusta over the years with the runners-up spot in 2015 and 10th place last year. Justin Rose is long and straight and he now believes that he is in the elite group that can win the really big events. Justin Rose's recent form has been good rather than stellar but it will be no surprise to see another high finish come Sunday.

Hideki Matsuyama has developed into a good Augusta player with back to back top 10’s in the last two years but his recent form of 25/45/51 suggest he is coming here not in great form and that makes the 25/1 a lot less attractive.

Bubba Watson (2-time champion) is twice that price in places and while his form this year hasn’t been great, a top 10 in his last event means he shouldn’t be ignored, especially on a course that will play long.

Recommended bets:

1 point e/w Bubba Watson @ 40/1 with Bet365

2 points e/w Jordan Spieth @ 7/1 with SkyBet

PL Darts - James Wade vs. Michael Van Gerwen

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James and Michael played each other in the Darts - Premier League two weeks ago and Michael ran out the 7-4 winner.

Michael Van Gerwen has won his last 5 matches and he has hit some top-notch form while Wade has suffered a dip in form, winning just 4 of his last 10 matches.

Michael Van Gerwen played in the Players Championship qualifiers in Milton Keynes last weekend, winning 1 final and losing just 1 match in 13 (5-6 to Adrian Lewis).

Michael Van Gerwen won 77 legs and lost 25 over the weekend, James played one, lost one and he has now lost 4 matches in a row.

James Wade has the lowest PL average of the players that are left in the Darts - Premier League, 95.2 compared to Michael Van Gerwen’s 104.5, James Wade has the worst checkout rate at 34.6% compared to Michael Van Gerwen’s 41.2% and he has the lowest high check out at 121, normally his party piece.

Michael Van Gerwen is a very difficult player to oppose at any time but he’s just about impossible here, given James Wade’s form. Michael Van Gerwen won 7-4 two weeks ago in a game in which James Wade played well with a good + average, Michael Van Gerwen has managed that in 9 PL games this season. Van Gerwen may play as well again and this should be a comfortable win for him.

Recommended bets:

1 point 7-3 win to Michael Van Gerwen @ 7/2 with Bet365

1 point 7-2 win to Michael Van Gerwen @ 5/1 with SkyBet

Bet tips - Over / Under 2.5 Goals - 5th April 2017

Bet tips - Over / Under 2.5 Goals - 5th April 2017Fancy an Over/Under 2.5 Goals bet but not sure what to back?

Get our Over/Under 2.5 Goals betting guide and #tips for today here.

Over / Under 2.5 Goals - 5th April 2017

Over 2.5 Goals betting explained!

Betting on Over 2.5 Goals is betting on 3 or more goals to be scored in the picked match. The goals can be scored by one of the teams, 3-0 pays out just as 2-1 does, or indeed if there are more than 3 goals - whether the game finishes 2-3, 3-1, 0-5, 3-3 or other high-scoring result! 

Bookies call this bet as Over 2.5 Goals rather than simply "over 2 goals" to avoid confusion as to whether this does or does not include games that have finished with 2 goals. The decimal point makes this easier to understand.

Under 2.5 goals?

Most bookmakers will offer odds of Under / Over 1.5 Goals, right up to under or over 5.5 goals or even higher. Over 1.5 Goals accumulators of 10 or more matches offer good value for your daily betting.

Over 2.5 Goals - Wednesday 5th April 2017

 

1.Arsenal – West Ham – over 2.5 goals @ 1.45

2.Chelsea – Manchester City – over 2.5 goals @ 1.85

3.Liverpool – Bournemouth – over 2.5 goals @ 1.52

4.Barcelona – Sevilla – over 3.5 goals @ 1.57

5.Alaves – Osasuna – over 2.5 goals @ 1.40 

6.Leganes – Real Madrid – over 2.5 goals @ 1.60

7.Sion – Luzern – over 2.5 goals @ 1.40

Bet this accumulator with bet365

Under 2.5 Goals - Wednesday 5th April 2017

1.Hull City – Middlesbrough – under 2.5 goals @ 1.55

2.Augsburg – Ingolstadt – under 2.5 goals @ 1.55

3.Monchengladbach – Herta – under 2.5 goals @ 1.67

4.Dinamo – CFR Cluj – under 2.5 goals @ 1.66

5.Gaz Metan – Iasi – under 2.5 goals @ 1.50

6.Gijon – Malaga – under 3.5 goals @ 1.38

7.Angers – Bordeaux – under 2.5 goals @ 1.70

Bet this accumulator with bet365

Under 2.5 goals?

Most bookmakers will offer odds of Under / Over 1.5 Goals, right up to under or over 5.5 goals or even higher. Over 1.5 Goals accumulators of 10 or more matches offer good value for your daily betting.

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Betting on Horses with Australian Online Bookmakers

Betting on the ponies is very popular in Australia and New Zealand. Based on this popularity, many of Australia’s top online gambling sites put a lot of focus and effort on providing horse players with a full menu of horse racing venues, wagering options and betting promotions. It’s worth noting that in some parts of Australia, local punters prefer betting on horses over most sports markets. 


The following information is designed to give novice horseplayers some general idea of what to expect when visiting an Australian online bookmaker for the purpose of betting on horses.


Horse Racing Venues – There is literally hundreds of horse racing venues located all over the world. Most Australian online bookmakers will tend to put additional focus on the racing venues currently in action down under, while also providing a nice selection of horse races and/or racing venues from other parts of the world. The additional countries usually represented on a horseracing menu include top venues from England, France, Ireland, Hong Kong, Japan, South America, the U.S., Germany, Dubai, South Africa and Canada. In some cases, the full racing card will be offered while in other cases, only designated races will be made available.


Wagering Options – Wagering options refer to the types of bets that are being accepted by the bookmaker. In most cases, Australia’s top bookmakers will accept the same types of wagers that are being made available at each specific horseracing venue. 


On Australian races, most, if not all, win and place wagers are accepted at fixed odds as determined by the bookmaker. Each online bookmaker will typically offer the best available odds from a number of available tote providers. For exotic wagers like exactas and trifectas, the payouts are based on complicated calculations derived from an overall wagering pool. This process is referred to as pari-mutual wagering.


On international races, the available wagers will differ from one country to the next with the emphasis placed on pari-mutual wagering. European racing venues tend to use the same wagering options as the ones being used at Australian racetracks. In the U.S. and other parts of the world, there’s a strong trend towards a larger variety of exotic wagers, plus a large selection of multi-race wagers like Daily Doubles, Pick-3s and Pick-4s.


Betting Promotions – Australian horse punters love getting a little extra bang for their wagering dollar. In response to this, Australian online bookmakers compete for business by offer lucrative and innovative betting promotions. Typically, horse-betting promotions will focus on one of two areas, giving the bettor an opportunity to boost their odds or payouts, and protection against bad beats or adverse outcomes. 


Odds Boosting Promotions – Several top online race books are currently offering horseplayers the opportunity to boost their odds under specified circumstances. This might be done by offering an extra percentage of winnings after a race has gone final, or it might be handled by allowing the player to pick higher odds on a specific horse based on some predetermined criteria. 


Insurance or Wagering Protection – This type of promotion usually focuses on giving refunds if a selected horse falls short of the desired result. In some cases, the player might still get paid their win mutual, even if their horse gets disqualified. 

Guarding Your Bankroll When Betting Online

Minus all the distractions found in a brick and mortar sports book or casino, one might be easily led to believe it’s much safer wagering online. However, there are a couple of reasons why some experts believe the opposite may be true. Before considering the issue of guarding one’s bankroll when betting online, it is important to note one of the primary benefits derived from betting online as opposed to live gambling.


In a brick and mortar sports book (betting shop) or casino, the use of bonuses is greatly restricted, particularly when it comes to betting on sports or even horses. The use of bonuses is almost non-existent if one were to disregard possible comps and free drinks. That creates a great advantage for online bookmakers. By giving customers the opportunity to boost their bankrolls without incurring a significant risk, each customer has a realistic chance of starting with more money than they originally deposited. For example, a new customer joining the Ladbrokes online sports book will get immediate access to a Ladbrokes promo code for a £50 free bet based on their first deposit. If they can win their free bet and clear a rather modest rollover requirement, they can have £50 of the online bookmaker’s money before they have to a wager any of their own money.


That provides a great bankroll boost, which will be needed to offset one of the big drawbacks of betting online. Before anyone sets out to do any type of gambling, they should be aware that gambling has a psychological component that bookmakers and casinos try to exploit. Gamblers care more about their money than brick and mortar or online bookmakers care about its vast resources. The reason is the house always has a built in advantage. In an online sports book environment, that advantage is created through the “vig” or commission that is built into the odds on any sports bet.


The biggest danger of betting online is getting lost in the moment. In a live gambling environment, gamblers are handling money or chips that have real value. It tends to make them a little more cautious about how much money they are trying to wager at any given time. In an online gambling environment, the money is digital, it has no appearance, smell or feel. It’s very easy to wager more than one intended because it doesn’t seem to have real value. 


Awareness of this phenomena is the first step towards guarding one’s bankroll. Next, it’s important for all gamblers to set a limit on what they can afford to lose without creating financial risks in their normal lives. This demands great discipline. Without discipline and good bankroll management skills, a gambler is doomed before they even start. After factoring in the lightning speed at which gamblers can place bets online, it’s easy to see how easily it is for bettors to lose control of their resources. 


At the end of the day, there is only one way for an online gambler to protect their bankroll. They have to have the ability to recognize the value of a digital pound is the exact same value as a real pound. Setting wagering limits and showing discipline will help, but recognizing the value of digital currency is often the difference between winning and losing

Online Sports Book Terms and Definitions 101

Any inexperienced gambler who is new to the world of sports betting, especially online, might feel like a fish out of water when it comes to understanding some of the wagering terms being bandied about. They might also have difficulty understanding how to take advantage of the different types of betting promotions found listed on websites such as bettingoffers.org.


In an effort to help new punters jump into the fray with some base knowledge of sports book lingo and the available wagering options, the following is a brief list of terms and definitions that should provide a bettor with a beginning foundation.


Wagering odds – These are the odds a sports bettor must be willing to accept in order to make a particular wager. Example: The bookmaker may post Chelsea at +150 odds to win over Manchester United. That means that should the bettor want to bet on Chelsea, they will get a return of $1.50 for every $1 they wager if Chelsea wins.


Point Spread – Most head-to-head sports events are played between two teams of unequal ability. In order to create a fair betting line, bookmakers will use a point spread to bring the two teams closer together in value. Example: (NFL Football) the Dallas Cowboys, the better team, might be listed at a point spread of -6.5 with wagering odds of -110 over the New York Giants. Conversely, the Giants would be listed at +6.5 and -110, respectively. After the game has been completed, the winning bet will be determined by subtracting 6.5 from the Dallas score or adding 6.5 to the New York and making the resulting score comparison to determine the winner.  


Over/Under – On popular sports like basketball, NFL and NCAA football, Aussie Rules football and baseball, bookmakers might post an over/under line that represents the projected combined total score between the two participants. The better has the option of betting over or under that total at the specified odds.


Straight Bet – A single wager on one team or one side at the designated odds.


Multi or Accumulator (Parlay) – A wager on multiple events on the same betting slip where the bettor has to pick the winner of each event in order to cash the ticket. The payoff odds are calculated based on the individual odds from each event rolled together.


Proposition Bet – On occasion, a bookmaker will list a series of special bets as part of a specific game or match. These types of bets usually focus on player or team statistical performances. Example: In a NFL game between Dallas and New York, a proposition bet might be listed based on which team kicks the longest field goal. 

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