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  • Dean & Deluca Invitational - USPGA - Tips / Hints / Form & Stats

    Ralfie1982 on 22 May at 22:01

    Dean & Deluca Invitational So with the BMW PGA in the UK taking what appears to be centre stage this week in Golf we find ourselves with an invitational to look at we have a reduced field of 125 (if you want to know how they qualify please read on below). We’ve had a bit of a mare last week, The stats Colonial CC, Texas Prize money $6.7m To the winner £1.206m PAR 70 7204yards 2x PAR 5 Holes 4x PAR 3 holes 12x PAR 4 holes Shortest hole is No.8 / 194 yards / PAR 3 Longest hole is No.11 / 635 yards / PAR 5 Water features holes : 9, 10, 13, 15, 16c 2015 scoring suggest hole No.1 is easiest / PAR 5 / 41% birdie rate 2015 scoring suggests hole No.5 is toughest / PAR 4 / 23%…

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  • PBF EXPANDING THE DANTE FESTIVAL.

    pompeybuster12 on 22 May at 10:34

    PBF MOVING THE DANTE FORWARDS I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the ratings thrown up from THE DANTE FESTIVAL to see if we can take any pointers towards the bigger events ahead of us, York has a rich intertwined history with the classics, with the DANTE itself throwing 10 Derby winners forwards, the meeting itself actually takes its name from the Derby replacement race in 1945 run at Newmarket won by DANTE, the rest as they say is history. The top 50 numbers from the festival are listed below. PBF YORK RATINGS Danzeno 84 Oasis Fantasy 83 Magical Memory 83 Suedois 83 Barsanti 82 Red Pike 81 See The Sun 81 Duke Of Firenze 80 Thesme 80 Eastern Impact 80 Mythmaker 80 Clever Cookie 79 Curbyourenthusiasm 79 Mattmu 79 Brando 78 Doctor Sardonicus 78 Red Baron 78 Top Tug 78 Second Step 78 Easton Angel 78 Gracious John 78 Twilight Son 78 Hoof It 78 Fire Fighting 77 Tupi 77 Glen Moss 77 Croquembouche 76 Innocent Touch 76 Goken 76 Canyari 76 Zanetto 76 Royal Birth 75 Wings of Desire 75 Fine Blend 75 Dick Whittington 75 Normal Equilibrium 74 Deauville 74 Hawkeyethenoo 74 Intense Style 74 Love Island 74 Nemoralia 74 Cardinal Walter 74 Saigon City 74 Arctic Feeling 73 Lucky Beggar 73 Foundation 73 George Bowen 73 Rite To Reign 73 The Cashel Man 73 RATING THE RACES. Race ratings can be used to determine…

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  • Group A Best Bets & Betting Preview For Euro 2016

    nors on 26 May at 13:20

    Group A has surprisingly been the group that has received the most betting interest on the OLBG Euro 2016 forum, especially with hosts and favourites France being a shoo in to make it out of the Group. Interest it seems has been piqued by the defensive qualities of Romania and first time Euro qualifiers Albania. Romania have a stellar defensive record only conceding 2 goals in 10 games throughout their qualification. Albania defeated Portugal and Serbia (abandoned match due to drone stopped play) and they may be better than many pundits think. It is feasible that second favourites Switzerland may be vulnerable, especially at their cramped odds. Any team that has ex Arsenal defenders Djouro and Senderos in their squad can concede at any time! The Swiss who co hosted Euro 2008 surely missed their opportunity in that tournament and…

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  • Belgium Best Bets and Analysis For Euro 2016

    RACHACE on 24 May at 14:40

    Euro 2016 Team Review Belgium Hello and welcome to my blog. This is a blog looking at the Belgian squad and reviewing their chances in the upcoming Euro 2016 championships in France with a view to hopefully being able to highlight a few profitable bets on them. Die Roten Teufel (The Red Devils, typical lol) have only competed in the European Championships 4 times in total. They qualified in 1970, 1980, 1984 & 2000 with their runners up place in Euro 1980 being their best finish to a European Championship. They qualified for this summers tournament having topped group B which had Wales, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Israel, Cyprus & Andorra in it. Their record was played 10, won 7, drawn 2 and with just the 1 defeat to Wales who also qualified from the group. Below…

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  • King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot Key Race Trends - 14 June 2016

    Robmull on 23 May at 17:26

    The King’s Stand Stakes is a Group 1 race for runners aged 3 years and older which is run over 5 furlongs at Ascot on Tuesday, 14 June 2016 and is the second of 3 Group 1 events to be run on the first day of the Royal Ascot meeting. During the past decade, only 2 market leaders have obliged for a loss of 2.25 pts, with 5 further winners starting at odds of 8/1 or shorter, whilst the exceptions were sent off at odds of 12/1, 20/1and 22/1, which suggests that this is a good race for well fancied runners, albeit shocks do arise from time to time. The King’s Stand Stakes is one of the legs of the Global Sprint Challenge, so it is befitting that 5 of the past 10 winners of the race have been trained…

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  • Best bets for Anthony Martial

    Betfairalfie on 23 May at 09:40

    Recommended - Anthony Martial, Top France Goalscorer 3% @6.00 bet365 Stats Born 5th Dec 1995 (aged 20) in Massey, France Height - 181 cm Weight - 76 kg Right footed Manchester United, 48 appearances, 17 goals, 4 bookings AS Monaco, 72 appearances, 18 goals, 2 bookings Olympique Lyonnais, 15 appearances, 5 goals, 2 bookings France, 8 appearances, 0 goals, 0 bookings Maturity beyond his years When he arrived at Old Trafford I, like Wayne Rooney, asked “Anthony who”? But he made an immediate impact scoring on his 12th Sept debut, at home to Liverpool. This spectacular goal was later awarded MUFC Goal of the Season. The path towards “Old Trafford Legend” commenced. Van Gaal spoke of bringing the youngsters in gradually but that was soon forgot as Martial became indispensable. The fame and glory did not go to his head and he has given solid professional service. Being married so…

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  • Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot Key Race Trends - 15 June 2016

    Robmull on 24 May at 19:11

    The Royal Hunt Cup is a Class 2 Heritage Handicap for runners aged 3 years and older which is run over the full 1 mile of the straight course at Ascot on Wednesday, 15 June 2016 and is the biggest betting event on the second day of the Royal Ascot meeting. With an average field size of just over 28 runners hurtling down the straight course, the Royal Hunt Cup resembles an old fashioned cavalry charge and is always a fiendishly difficult event for punters to assess. During the past decade, just 1 market leader has obliged for a loss of 5.00 pts, with only a further 2 winners starting at single figure odds, whilst the exceptions were sent off at odds of 12/1, 14/1, 16/1, 20/1, 25/1, 28/1 and 33/1, which suggests that winners can come from just about…

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