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The Draw Strategy - early season observations
by botev1921 on 26 Sep at 14:45
I doubt there are many punters who do not like draws as the ultimate and surely low-enough risk value option to bet on. The draw is one of the three outcomes in a game and in many cases the most profitable option, especially when it comes to close games between similar in quality and profile teams. Given that most bookies offer draws at odds slightly higher than 3.00, that makes the required strike rate merely 33% for us to have a tidy little profit or on a good day, something in the region of 42% for us to feel really good about ourselves. To me finding the right draw has been something of a priority since the start of the season and there have been several blogs from others dealing with the draw strategy. I decided to share my observations..
Trainers to follow in October
by Scratville on 01 Oct at 02:52
September was a fantastic month with 7 of our 12 trainers showing a profit for a £53.00 LSP. We are still down for the year after a terrible summer but still well up since the start of the blog. Plenty to go at this month but I don't think they'll be the volume of runners of last month. FLAT TURF ROGER CHARLTON (2YO'S) Wiltshire trainer who has had a quiet year, usually sends out his stronger 2yo's late on in the season. 2010 1/3 8% (£ 7.00) 2011 6/23 26% +£31.50 2012 3/12 25% +£19.00 2013 3/12 25% +£..
Reignwood LPGA Classic ( LPGA Tour ) 2014 Preview
by The rabbit on 29 Sep at 11:15
It is time for the Asian swing on the LPGA tour and it starts in China which hosted it's first ever LPGA event in 2013. The tournament is the Reignwood LPGA Classic and takes place from 2nd October until the 5th October 2014 on the Nicklaus Course at the Reignwood Pine Valley Golf Club, Nankou, Beijing, China. 81 players are competing and they include 62 players from the LPGA Rolex Money List along with 15 players from the CLPGA ( Ladies China tour ) and four invites from the sponsors. There is no cut so all the players will compete for the four days and the defending champion is Shanshan Feng who won with - 26 last year. The Course The course is a par 73 of 6596 yards with five par 5's and four par 3's and it was designed by Jack..
Premier League statistics - Goals based figures after 6 League matches
by tbuckley on 30 Sep at 22:58
Premier League statistics - Goals based figures after 6 League matches It's been absolutely brilliant watching all the action with seemingly lots of high tempo matches and lots of goals and so I thought that last week with 5 League games gone, was a good time to look at the goals statistics look in relation to the important betting markets such as Both Teams to Score, Average goals per game as well as Over 2.5 and 3.5 goals. I did that and hopefully those of you who read last weeks blog benefitted in some way and found it useful towards your weekends bets on the Premier League, the figures did actually work out quite well in the sense of highlighting several early season trends and did help highlight a selection of winning opportunities. I enjoyed doing it last week and with an..
NFL: Ten Things We Learned From Week 4
by ebookconverter on 30 Sep at 02:57
1) The 49ers are struggling. Yes they beat the Eagles who were 3-0 beforehand, but at one point in the second half they had almost twice the plays and twice the possession yet only led by a couple of points. The Eagles also blew it on what could have been a winning drive. Their running game is so bad they couldn't take the chance to go a yard and a half to secure a 1st down almost on the goal-line, instead trying to throw the TD. The Niners of last year would have walked all over them, but this team and the games this season so far, show that San Francisco are going to remain vulnerable unless they can turn possession to points. 2) This is already a season of strange events. The Bengals and Cardinals are the only teams unbeaten, at 3-0...
Top Cup Tokai Classic Preview
by jimmywomble on 30 Sep at 22:13
Katayama to Top his Cup Again at the Tokai Classic The Japan Tour is back on its own this week with the Top Cup Tokai Classic from the Miyoshi CC in. Picking up his first win in five years, and surprisingly his first win here, Shingo Katayama was the winner last year. As ever in Japan this will get underway around 11pm UK time on Wednesday evening the 1st October. The Course & Past Winners There are two courses at the Miyoshi CC and it is the longer West Course that is used for this event. It now stretches to 7,315 yards and is a par 72. It’s a tight tree lined course with lakes on a couple of holes, particularly the 470 yard par 4 last. The town of Miyoshi is a suburb to the east of the..
Mercuries Taiwan Masters Preview
by jimmywomble on 01 Oct at 08:31
Nutty for Knutzon in Taiwan Back on its own turf this week is the Asian Tour, and back in Taiwan, this time for the Mercuries Taiwan Masters. It will once again be from the Taiwan G&CC where Scott Hend was the winner last year. It’s an early start UK time at 2am Thursday morning the 2nd October. The Course & Past Winners The Taiwan G&CC sits to the north of the Tamsui River, near its mouth with the South China Sea, all just to the north of Taipei City. It’s a parkland course, nice and tree lined so keeping it straight will be key. There’s no official yardage on the Tour website but Golf Today has it at 7,015 yards and a par 72. The recent winners have been: Year Player Score Players Under Par 2013 Scott HEND -3 1 2012 TSAI Chi-huang -4 1 2011 LU Wei-chih -10 10 2010 Pariya JUNHASAVASDIKUL -2 3 2009 LIN Wen-tang -8 4 2008 LU Wen-teh -11 9 2007 LU Wen-teh -4 2 Very tough..
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