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Old 12-22-2004, 01:39 PM
BuzzRavanaugh BuzzRavanaugh is offline
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Default What books are we using for golf season>>

I gotta put a shameless plug but wagerweb was a great golf book last year and now we can get to wagerweb through betodessa.com it is really good. wagerweb is the old Casablanca and they were pretty aggressive last season.

Also excited about catalina, to see what offering they have.

Bet365 is a great book and will have dollars there as well.
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Old 12-29-2004, 10:24 PM
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Hey Buzz--

Last year I had 2 books, SIA and Pinnacle. I used SIA for the tourney winner, the 5-balls and the 3-balls. Pinny got my H2H and 72 hole H2H action. That worked out well for me. My original post-up money lasted all year with no withdrawls or additions. It was kind of weird, I'd lose at golf and win with baseball, or win at golf and lose baseball. Anyway I'm still OK and in the game at those 2 places.

I am more experienced now, and have learned many more things about offshores. So I do want to add a few more books this year. I have checked out maybe 50 books including the ones you mentioned. I'm intrigued by the interactives, so I will fund up WSEX a couple dimes. Olympic is out as is 365 who seem identical to SIA. I think I will put a dime or two into Catalina, on your say so.

Thanks TJ
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Old 01-04-2005, 01:10 PM
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Default RE:What books are we using for golf season>>

buzz used centrebet last year and will use again this year
a pain in ass to get money to but some different stuff
a friend also recommended betfred a english book that has been around but just went online
also really like the offscreen m/u that greek has been putting up

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Old 01-08-2005, 06:10 PM
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Betfair for outrights - period and for 2/3 balls if you don't mind 3 option betting else pinny.
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Old 01-25-2005, 10:21 PM
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Default RE:What books are we using for golf season>>

Buzz,
Am I the only one that is limited to a whole 2 bucks a bet on golf at CBS? That's pretty pitiful! They also have 30c lines compared to 10 at Pinn and 20 at most decent golf outs.

Do they move 20-25c on every bet u make too?
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Old 01-26-2005, 05:57 PM
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Buzz,
Am I the only one that is limited to a whole 2 bucks a bet on golf at CBS? That's pretty pitiful! They also have 30c lines compared to 10 at Pinn and 20 at most decent golf outs.

Do they move 20-25c on every bet u make too?

Yes
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Old 01-29-2005, 02:58 AM
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Default RE: What books are we using for golf season>>

Wsex shaves their odds to much for my liking. I would avoid them. Pinny beats them probably in 98% of the lines.
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Old 02-03-2005, 06:29 AM
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Default RE:What books are we using for golf season>>

I have touched on this in the golfinggods thread but I would recommend this site to anyone. I joined it four months ago and I am yet to find a golf betting site that offers more. They cover eight professional tours and have more betting products then I have seen anywhere. I am using these guys before anyone else now and they take Neteller deposits which is a blessing as well.

Recommend them.

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Old 02-03-2005, 02:58 PM
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I use betfair generally for outrights but do shop around - Golfinggods has been surprisingly interesting.
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