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Porsche European Open Betting Tips and Predictions

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The Porsche European Open will be contested at the Beckenbauer course starting tomorrow, with a handful of sought after players at this event, will the winning home streak continue? Francesco Molinari winnning the Italien Open, and Luiten as well. Now, in front of a German crowd, is it time for the German striker Martin Kaymer to follow this trend, or will we see a non-european crowned at the European Open?

The course favours players that can drive long, and hard, and, the most consistent, long ball hitter is big Australian, Scott Hend, currently trending at the $44.00/+4300 value marker. Others in consideration are Patrick Reed, Paul Casey and Rikard Karlberg. With that said – lets breakdown our top players to follow at this tournament.

Scott Hend ($44.00/+3400)

As we said previously, this course is catered to those that can hit the ball the furthest with accuracy, and Scott Hend fits the mold. With an average drive distance of 301-yards thus far, the Aussie has a great chance to win this event outright in his current form, and grades as the top prospect on our model with a 4.88 rating out of 5. Hend missed the cut at the Italian Open, but, that shouldn’t be read into too much, as the course didn’t suit his style of play – which, with good fortune, the Beckenbauer does immensely.

Hend is no stranger to winning, as he has two European tour titles to his name already, striking gold earlier this year in Thailand. Is Hend ready to strike again? Form would suggest so, and his style of play is just too good to pass up on this type of course. If Hend misses the cut here, it would be a major surprise.

Patrick Reed ($10.00/+900)

Patrick Reed is the listed favourite to win this event outright, and for good reason, he has shown a lot of promise in the lead up to this event, Reed finished T28th at the Open at Carnoustie on a tough track, and maps well at the Beckenbauer. While Reed may not have one of the biggest drives at the event, hew is very good at the technical areas, the short game and the approach, this will more than make up for his lack of power. With that said, Reed will be wanting a win as he hasn’t had a great result since finishing fourth overall at the US Open.

With some of the bigger names missing from this event, if Reed wants to claim a title, this will be the one to go after, and, while the length of the holes don’t suit him, the ease of approach and the less technical greens will help keep him in it. The model grades Reed with a 4.62 rating and the second best chance to win here.

Lucas Bajerregaard ($41.00/+4000)

Another of the big hitting players here, the young Dane has a monstrous drive, and has shown that he can compete when he can use his drive, with both the BMW PGA Championship and BMW International both being played on tracks that suit big hitters, Bajerregaard finished T3 and T5 respectively. Being able to utilise that big swing here at the Beckenbauer, will definitely give Bajerregaard serious claims here to claim the title. While he does leave a bit to be desired at times in the short game, if he is able to make the most of his tee shots, he could prove to be a real dark horse at the event.

The model has graded Bajerregaard with a 4.61 rating, which is third best to win the event. He has the talent, and the ability to pull this one off. The drive and appraoch will be crucial to his success.

Paul Casey ($11.00/+1000)

Paul Casey has been ultra consistent without winning. Casey has been there abouts in all but one of his last five tournaments, and, maps well to provide a similar effort to those here. Currently listed as the seconds favourite to win the event across multiple book makers, Casey, will need to take advantage of his short game here, as the driver isn’t a key strength of the Englishman’s. Casey will need to reproduce a similar effort to The Travellers Championship, and he will be right in the thick of things here. Unfortunately at that event, he closed out with a +2 round which iced any chances he had of beating Ben Watson.

Putting is going to be much easier at the Beckenbauer than Casey found at the TPC River Highlands, and, if he can stay steady on the greens, Casey will be a hard man to beat. The model has given Casey a 4.58 rating at this event, which puts him fourth overall on the card.

Open Best Bets
Scott Hend to win outright @ $44.00/+4300 on Crownbet
Scott Hend to be the top Australian @ $2.90/+190 on Crownbet
Lucas Bajerregaard to finish inside the top 20 @ $2.62/+162 on Crownbet
Paul Casey to win outright @ $11.00/+1000 on Crownbet
Patrick Reed to win outright @ $10.00/+900 on Crownbet

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The Open Championships – Golf Betting tips and predictions

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Tomorrow marks the start of the open championships being held at Carnoustie, one of the toughest links courses on the tour. There are plenty of players that have a real chance at the open this year, and, we are going to break down our top 3 to win outright. With that said, the thick rough and bucket style bunkers at the course are what make it dangerous to have an off day, in order to win here, you need to be perfect from start to finish.

Henrik Stenson – $31.00/+3000 on Crownbet

Stenson is one of the most in-form players right now, second only to Dustin Johnson. Stenson being at $31 is great value, and, as difficult as Carnoustie is, the way the course plays out, is to the strengths of Stenson’s game. Stenson will need to have one of his worst tour events in a while in order to not finish inside the top 10 at this event. He will be included in our best bets at the end of this article for such. We have graded Stenson with a 48.72 grade on our golf model which accounts for course and form and allows for over 600,000 granular variables to be calculated. This grade has put Stenson above Johnson by 0.34, which makes him our pick of the tournament to win.

Dustin Johnson – $14.00/+1400 on Crownbet

Dustin Johnson is the favourite by many here to walk away with this tour event, however, our model has given Johnson a grade that see’s him as the second best option at 48.38, which is just behind our model’s top selection. That isn’t to say that he can’t win, as he is currently one of the best golfers in the world, and, we are including him in our top three chances to win this event because of how good he is. This course, while tricky, is definitely not one that Johnson can’t produce on. There are three holes that will present him with trouble, and that is the third, seventh and ninth, if he can do well on these in particular holes throughout the event, he will have a good shot at taking it out, but, these three holes are where his main challenges will lay.

Justin Rose – $17.00/+1600 on Crownbet

Justin Rose is the next rated player on our model at 47.83, which is a considerable drop off to the first two. However, Justin Rose is definitely not a player to overlook. The Englishman is definitely a player that can see his best at this event on his neighbours turf in Scotland. Rose finished tied 9th in his last tour event, after a few holes that tripped him up and dropped him down the leaderboard. Just like Johnson, the ninth hole is going to be one that Rose is going to have troubles with, he lacks the finesse needed for a tricky hole like this and if he can’t thread the needle, it will be a hole that can take multiple shots off him. However, at his best, he can finish inside the top five.

Open Best Bets
Henrik Stenson to finish inside the top 20 @ $2.25/+125 on Crownbet
Francesco Molinari to finish inside the top 20 @ $2.25/+125 on Crownbet
Rory McIlroy to finish inside the top 20 @ $2.00/+100 on Crownbet
Henrik Stenson to finish inside the top 10 @ $3.50/+250 on Crownbet

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Counter Strike Global Offensive: ESL One Cologne 2018 Day 3

Today is day three of the ESL One Cologne 2018 Counter Strike Major. Last years winners, SK Gaming will be represented under a new name, MiBR (Made In Brazil). The red hot favourites to win the event are without a doubt – Astralis, and, the odds reflect this. With some questionable sides at this event, lets break down the day of games.

BIG v Renegades

Very unlikely match up here based of results, but, here we are. BIG outperformed in their opening game, and, fell right back into a position that everyone expected, when they got beaten by Fnatic. Renegades, have split their results as well, and, are coming in on the back of an easy 2-0 win over B.O.O.T[d]s. This one is a very even match, and the odds reflect this. If you were to go on a player for player match up however, Renegades hold the edge, with only Smooya having an edge over Nifty. Ustillo, jks, Jkaem and Azr all stepped up against B.O..O.T[d]s, if they are to replicate that type of performance, they could very well beat BIG 2-0. Home sides always play better at home however, and they could easily get at least one map in this contest. Renegades to win 2-1 is at big money – but, the smarter bet here would be to take Renegades to win.

Expected map selections
BIG select – Cache
Renegades select – Train
Left over – Inferno

Best Bet – Renegades ML @ $1.85/-118 on Unibet

MiBR v North

After getting the big upset and elimination Team Liquid, North are back on deck here against MiBR who got handled 2-0 by FaZe Clan yesterday. This is a very open match considering how poor MiBR have been performing, whether named MiBR or SK Gaming. While North are a beatable opponent, it is hard to trust MiBR to get the job done – this is a great H2H match to just leave alone, there is no edge for either side and, irrespective of map rotation, could just go either way.

No Best Bet

Astralis v G2 eSports

Astralis, are our pick to win this entire tournament, and, winning their group here against G2, will push them closer to achieving that goal. With that said, there could be a chance that Astralis throw this to try and get G2 closer to the final, as they know that they can beat the French side pretty comfortably if they want to. Xypx9, Device, Dupreeh, Magisk and gla1ve are the strongest unit right now in Counter Strike, and, a big win here will just stamp their authority over the rest of the league.

Expected map selections
G2 eSports select – Dust 2
Astralis select – Inferno
Left over – Train

Best Bet – Astralis -4.5 round handicap Map 2 @ $1.72/-139 on Unibet

ENCE v Natus Vincere

A real wildcard here, ENCE, expected by many to be one of the first eliminated, have knocked out one of the hopefuls in Mousesports yesterday and seem to be going from strength to strength. Unfortunately for ENCE, the worlds best player is on the Na’Vi roster, and he turned up big yesterday during Na’Vi’s 2-0 route of Cloud 9. Natus Vincere do at times depend on the individual brilliance of S1mple, and, he is that type of ace up the sleeve that can turn a game on its head in a split second. For ENCE, they really need to combined efforts from Aerial and Aleksib to continue, if they are to stand a realistic chance against the Ukrainians, the Finland based outfit will need to start strong.

Expected map selections
ENCE select – Dust 2
Natus Vincere select – Mirage
Left over – Train

Best Bet – Natus Vincere to win 2-0 @ $2.25/+125 on Unibet

FaZe Clan v Fnatic

Old rivals go to war once again here with FaZe Clan looking to be in better shape. Fnatic really got through due to the individual brilliance of JW yesterday, just awping down anything that moved. Today, old rivals JW and Guardian will be the main battle here, whichever one can assert dominance on awp control, will be able to win the game for their side. The support play of Niko and Cromen will need to win the duels with Krimz and Flusha – something easier said than done – but, FaZe are just in a good spot right now, despite not having Olofmeister with them.

Expected map selections
Fnatic select – Mirage
FaZe Clan select – Nuke
Left over – Inferno

Best Bet – FaZe Clan to win 2-0 @ $2.37/+137 on Unibet

Multi of the day
Astralis to win 2-0
FaZe Clan ML
Natus Vincere ML
Value – $3.00/+200 on Unibet

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Wimbledon 2018 – Best Bets Day 4

Bet Chimps are bringing you the Wimbledon 2018 – Best Bets for day three. After a successful day three that can be found here, we move on to day four. With the defending champion Roger Federer back at full strength, and not a great deal of talent on the line-up to unseat the immortal champion, it looks like it is a matter of who can beat Federer as opposed to who will win. With that said – we have targeted a few games below for the second day of Wimbldeon.

Julien Benneteau v Francis Tiafoe

Francis Tiafoe will be entering this contest absolutely beaming with confidence here after ousting the more fancied Fernando Verdasco in his last contest. Benneteau, overcame Hungarian player, Marton Fucsovics in straight sets. Both of these players have differently geared games and, while you would love this to be on clay if you were to back Tiafoe, his grass court game matches the weaknesses of Benneteau very well. Speed, spin and velocity on shots is all in favour of Tiafoe here. It may reach four sets or more, but, Tiafoe is the better player fo the two and it will be shown here.

Best Bet – Francis Tiafoe ML @ $1.85/-118 on Unibet

Juan Martin Del Potro v Feliciano Lopez

Now, we have a good match-up, both are not overly comfortable on grass, but, Del-Potro is the better of the two players here and is more than capable of beating an up and down Lopez in straight sets. The match total has been set at a very soft amount, and, it is full of value. Not much needs to be said of this match, but, our grading tools have given Del-Potro a significant edge to win by 6+ games in three sets.

Best Bet – Match Total UNDER 41.5 games @ $1.88/-116 on Unibet

Bernard Tomic v Kei Nishikori

Everyone that follows tennis – doesn’t like Bernard Tomic, and today, Japanese star, Kei Nishikori, will be doing a lot of tennis fans a big favour, when he eliminates the ever annoying presence of Bernard Tomic. The handicap here is set low for for Nishikor to cover against the lucky qualifier, and, Nishikori, despite making his return from injury, has made big strides forward in getting back to the level he was once at. That said – even at 60%, Nishikori is 7 games better than Tomic in a head to head market. Again, our tools have given Nishikori a 77% probability to win, with that being by 6+ games in three sets.

Best Bet – Kei Nishikori -3.5 handicap @ $1.84/-119 on Unibet

Multi of the round
Novak Djokovic v Hopracio Zeballos ALT Match Total UNDER 30.5
Rafael Nadal v Mikhail Kukushkin UNDER 31.5 games
Damir Dzumhur ML
Value – $3.36/+236 on Unibet

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