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  • Sanderson Farms Championship ( PGA Tour ) 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 23 Oct at 11:50

    Ian Poulter continues his comeback after being unable to play for a few months due to a foot injury and will be playing on the PGA tour this week in the Sanderson Farms Championship which was known in 2012 as the True South Classic and was called the Viking Classic from 2007 to 2011. It was named the Southern Farm Bureau Classic from 1999 - 2006. The venue for this event used to be the Annandale golf club in Madison, Mississippi but it changed in 2014 to the Country Club of Jackson in Jackson, Mississippi which has been the host course since then. This tournament has become part of the FedExCup schedule with the winner receiving 300 points. The past ten winners of this event with their final scores are - 2015 Peter Malnati - 18 2014 Nick Taylor - 16 2013 Woody Austin…

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    Chipmonkadidooda on 20 Oct at 23:53

    WEEK 7 NFL PICKS     (THURSDAY NIGHT GAME) CHICAGO BEARS (1-5) @ GREEN BAY PACKERS (3-2) CURRENT MONEYLINE ODDS: 3.80/1.27 (HANDICAP -7.5 PACKERS) WEBWIDE CONFIDENCE – 93% PACKERS     CONSENSUS: 6-0 PACKERS ***UNANIMOUS PICK***   ARNIEHI:  Neither team has been particularly impressive. I've fancied Chicago a couple of times and they've continued to let me down, but the Packers have real problems in their run game and Rodgers has admitted he's not playing well. I still can't see Green Bay losing this at Lambeau, though. Packers.   CHIPMONKADIDOODA: Question marks over the Packers, but it’s not justified. They’ve just bee beaten by a very good Cowboys team is all. This game will restore them to 4-2 and everyone will wonder what all the worry was about. PACKERS   JIM BROWN: Ordinarily this would be a GB pick without thinking, but the Pack couldn't get past Dallas last week even with Rodgers getting all the…

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  • Sanderson Farm - PGA Tour - Preview / Stats and Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 24 Oct at 17:22

    Howdy everyone, how frustrating was last week eh? With Knox and Hideki in 2nd and 3rd going into the last round, only for Knox to have a poor R4 and Hideki be nothing but solid and finishing 2nd. I do feel we are not far away from another Hatton win (like we had 2 weeks ago). So we are at the only event on the PGA this week, with most of the top of the field over in China contesting WGC HSBC Champions event. We see this week around 40-50 of the Web.com Tour players appear to help make up the numbers in the event, that makes any suggestions a little tougher but lets see what we can find. If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the football, golf and F1 here There…

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  • How to Avoid Scam Bookmakers

    dannyblue on 24 Oct at 14:37

    FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER There is a lot of confusion in the world of betting on who to trust when you have to choose a bookmaker. There is a lot of emphasis on what you should bet, but not so much on where you should bet. A lot of times novice players choose the wrong bookie and end up having their bets not being paid out, or their money confiscated or worse with a bookmaker gone bankrupt. Usually people start to gravitate towards bad bookmakers when they are attracted by better odds or big bonuses, or when bookies from their country don't offer a particular type of bet. Luckily there are several ways available to us players to avoid being scammed by these type of bookies. 1) Check Bookie ratings websites An easy way to start is to check as much information as we…

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  • Horse Racing Trends - Issue 9 - 25 to 31 October 2016

    Robmull on 24 Oct at 14:39

    The purpose of this blog is to provide trends based information that will hopefully assist readers to identify value and profitable wagers throughout the week. The content of this blog should not be considered as a source of free horse racing tips, however in my opinion, the data can be used to produce a list of potential candidates that can then be assessed further through the use of form study, race and ground conditions, plus any draw/pace bias, etc, to identify likely winners and hopefully profitable bets. Although it is highly unlikely that all of the trends detailed below will prove profitable to follow immediately, many of the statistics should be worth noting for consideration in the future. My intention is to update this blog on a daily basis, with information that will generally relate to the following day’s race meetings,…

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  • One Trick Jockeys Daily programme

    meoldmate on 24 Oct at 20:08

    ONE TRICK JOCKEYS Here are the links for questions on part one and answers on part two of the 1TJ blogs. One trick jockey Part one One trick jockey Part two I am using several of the questions that can be asked about a jockey who is riding at the one meeting. This looks more tidier than writing in the comments at the bottom of each blog, therefore readers can follow and understand what is on show. I will be selective with the list of 1TJ jockeys who i feel can do well at the chosen meeting. With this kind of process hopefully we can eliminate the jocks and horses that are unlikely to win. I am sure we can dig out a few winners, as the first blog gave us many This blog will work well in tandem with Robmull's weekly trends Horse Racing Blog. TUESDAY…

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