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  • Cheltenham odds for the RSA Chase

    Micko70 on 24 Feb at 22:02

    The RSA Chase is the 2nd race on day 2 and is a Grade 1 chase for novices run over 3 miles and 1/2 a furlong. OLBG members will be giving their views on the race and you can see their RSA Chase tips the night before the race. I have looked at the last 10 years and highlighted what the ideal winner looks like based on those 10 races. Age 9 of the last 10 winners were aged 7 Official Rating All of the last 10 winners were rated 144 or higher Recent Runs 9 of the last 10 winners finished in the first 2 in their last start Last Run 9 of the last 10 winners ran in February Season Runs (Since October 1st) 9 of the last 10 winners had between 3 & 5 runs Season Wins (Since October 1st) All of the last 10 winners won that season Grade 9 of the…

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  • The Honda Classic ( PGA Tour ) 2017

    The rabbit on 19 Feb at 12:22

    The PGA tour moves from California to Florida this week and Adam Scott will be defending his title when he competes in the Honda Classic which was established in 1972 and is presently played at the National Champion Course at the PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens in Florida and this course has been used for this event since 2007. Adam was winning his 12th PGA tournament when successful here in 2016. It is a full field tournament on the PGA tour and is part of the FedExCup schedule and the winner will obtain 500 points. The past ten champions of this tournament with their final scores are - 2016 Adam Scott - 9 2015 Padraig Harrington - 6 2014 Russell Henley - 8 2013 Michael Thompson - 9 2012 Rory McIlroy - 12 2011 Rory Sabbatini -9 2010 Camilo Villegas -13 2009 Y E Yang -9 2008…

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  • Best free bets for the OLBG Mares Hurdle

    Micko70 on 19 Feb at 21:02

    The OLBG Mares Hurdle is a Grade 1 race for Mares only, which is run over 2m 4f, You can find all the Free Tips provided by OLBG members on the evening before the race. I have looked at all of the 9 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs & Grade Age 7 of the 9 winners were aged between 5 & 8 Official Rating 8 of the 9 winners were rated 150+ Recent Runs 8 of the 9 winners won their last start Grade 7 of the 9 winners had previously won a Grade 1 or Grade 2 What we are looking for? Aged between 5 & 8 Rated 150+ Won last time out Won a Grade 1 or 2…

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  • The Weekend Football Betting Challenge 2016/17 - Week 27

    tbuckley on 23 Feb at 00:43

    The Weekend Football Betting Challenge 2016/17 - Week 27 Well it looks like taking a week off from the blog paid off and I wish every week on the blog gave us results like last weekend produced !!! 4 winning draws from 5 in the All Draw lucky 31 I posted helping to produce a 116/1 4-fold and an absolutely cracking 105 pt return on the blog, I was just 1 draw away from returning 800+ points!!! As I stated last week, this football season really has had the feel of a roller coaster given the way it's twisting and turning, also very much in the speed it's going at, it's flying by and we have already reached week 26 of the Weekend Football Betting Challenge. Regular followers of this blog will know exactly what it's all about and hopefully…

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  • One Trick Jockeys Horse Racing Tips 20th to 26th

    meoldmate on 19 Feb at 18:49

    ONE TRICK JOCKEYS FOR MONDAY 20th to 26th FEBRUARY This blog selects jockeys with one ride on the day that i feel have a decent chance. On a regular day there will be plenty of one trick jockeys (see below for today's selections) so i have to be selective. One criteria i use is the distance travelled, local trainers to the track and those who have travelled a long way are generally favoured. I have entered the horse's rating in the first two columns, with the day’s rating in the first and their best mark in the second, this will hopefully give some depth into their chances. At the end of the table is my best bet, my daily nap of the day. To check the prices on selections and members' comments on the 1TJ rides, see the Horse Racing Tips pages on the…

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  • Weekend accumulator: A perfect ten at home for Chelsea?

    undertherobe on 23 Feb at 21:43

    A week to forget last week as only one winner could be found from the three matches, an early Dagenham & Redbridge red card effectively ending any chances of the acca coming in. It’s back to a full house this week with a decent priced five-fold from all five leagues..... Running Totals Singles: 51/90 (56.67% strike rate), 2.47 pts loss (-2.74% roi) Accumulators: 4/22 (18.18% strike rate), 11.89 pts profit (54.05% roi) The idea is to pick one bet of the week for each of the top five English divisions and put them together in an accumulator. I'll be keeping a running total of each bet as a single as well as the accumulator. Now a quick look at the oddschecker website shows a vast array of markets available with Premier League matches now having well in excess of 100 markets to choose from so…

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  • How to Profit From Being Nearly Right

    Billy121only on 21 Feb at 22:58

    In this slightly lengthy but hopefully worthwhile blog, I will be looking in-depth at three of the tools available to punters and identifying ways that each might be used profitably. Ultimately though, I hope to be able to combine all three into one simple strategy to bolt onto my favoured way of betting, the win-only market. To make the Blog more readable, I have broken it down into the following chapters; 1. Background Behind the Blog - A Light-Hearted Start! 2. Each-Way Betting - The Facts, Maths and the Myths 3. The Betfair Place Market - Understanding the Product 4. Spread Betting - Race Indices; Something Different Again 5. Laying Back In-Running - The Insurance Policy 6. THE STRATEGY(s) - Go Straight Here if You Get Bored of Reading! 1. Background Behind the Blog It was the wife actually, who having watched the latest bet get beat by half a…

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