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I want to stress that these are not my plays, but a capper I follow who's name I won't mention that hit a ridiculous amount of winners the last few years I have followed him. :
716, PHIL MICKELSON OVER FREDDY COUPLES... ROUND 1 ONLY.
FULL TOURNEY.. #217, JOHNATHAN KAYE OVER STEVE FLESCH
FULL TOURNEY.. #221, KEVIN SUTHERLAND OVER ROBERT DAMRON
All plays are at Pinny. GL all!!!
Winner of the Hope - 1 unit split as follows:
50% on D. Toms +1689
30% on J. Kaye +2716
20% on S. Ames +4000
K. Sutherland -150 over R. Damron
S. Ames +108 over K. Perry
K. Triplett -122 over J. Parnevik
Just got in from the last duck hunt of the year. I don't know if duck hunting is fouling up my golf betting or the other way around. Anyway, it's over now, so I can concentrate on handicapping. Before I left Monday, I got 1/5 unit down, to win---Jonathon Kaye @ 29-1. Looks like a big fat loser after 1 round.
That's it, no one had any M/Us up when I left. 2nd round, I'll be active, post later.
YTD up 1 1/2 unit----321.70
2- 18 hole matchups for today, round 2
Rose over Poulter @ 1.787
Cejka over Azinger @ 1.806-----Pinny, 1 unit each
Rose is warmed up now, had a good 1st round, and tends to play well after a good start. I just never liked to bet Poulter, tend to fade him, and have done well doing that in the past.
Alex is just younger and better than Azinger, although Zing is his prime would hand Cejka his head most days. Zing can still fire up a very low round now and then, so it's a bit of a gamble. More so than the Rose bet.
No parlays since there's no 3-balls on the board.
G L to all, today, and always.