“Golf Betting. When experience is a hindrance…” by Craig29-147s

This last week has been a serious rollercoaster on the Golf,  as first-round leader bets in the Scottish Open got us off to a good start with Lee Westwood placing at 66/1 and Julien Guerrier placing in SkyBet’s specialty Top-10 market at 16/1.

Fair to say though that I was probably more confident on the US PGA tour given that the John Deere Classic rich history and previous course form being so important normally, how wrong I could be as all our outright bets flop and the place model throwing up two short-priced winners at 11/4 and 4/1. read more

Super Sage set to release his super rage

Sage Northcutt’s stint at 155lbs was always going to become harder each fight cutting so much weight whilst trying to maintain a healthy camp so, when it was announced 170lbs would be his home I was glad his evolution in this sport could evolve in a more natural weight division for him. Sage is a freak athlete who has been walking around with abs since birth, I’m happy he can focus on his actual martial arts rather than worrying about weight like we see with so many fighters in the UFC. read more

A Poor Opening Week of the Snooker Season when experience beats potential

My last blog post two weeks ago was in theory an easier one having crushed the golf across all models, so its only proper I should discuss this last week and in particular the opening salvos of a long snooker season ahead .

With nine days of qualifying ahead a well ago I felt reasonably confident that I had identified several players who would hit the new season running and in particular high in my thoughts were Lou Honghao and Hammad Miah .

I will start with Lou Honghao who pulled one if the world’s leading players former World Champion Neil Robertson in the best if 7 Riga Masters , Lou had impressed many a good judge with solid wins against seasoned professionals Stuart Carrington and Anthony McGill in what was effectively the 18 year old’s debut event last March the China Open. read more

Wimbledon 2018. Round 3. Alex De Minaur v Rafa Nadal. Ardeal preview and betting tips.

The most expected match of the Wimbledon round 3 is by far the clash between Big4 generation and #NextGen. 1999 born and Aussie hope, Alex De Minaur, will face the huge champion and recent French Open winner, Rafa Nadal.

Alex De Minaur is a young lad from Australia, with a height of 1.80 m, using right-hand forehand and the double-handed backhand. The most important aspect about his game is that he is under the safe wing of Lleyton Hewitt, but also coached by Adolfo Gutierrez. Demon’s year so far was pretty busy, playing  50 matches and winning 34 of them. During this period he got to the SF of Brisbane (winning against Raonic and Johnson), to the F of Sydney (winning against Verdasco, Dzumhur, Lopez, and Paire), Fs of Alicante Challenger and Surbiton Challenger and winning the Nottingham2 Challenger. Grass has to be his best surface, by far, as his results in 2018 show. He has 13 wins and 2 losses on this special surface this year, winning against players like Ebden (red-hot), Fritz, and Evans. He has reached a final and won a challenger title so far, and his results in Wimbledon are very good too, winning against Cecchinato and Herbert, both in 4 sets… Both sets lost were tie-breaks in each 2nd set. read more

TipstersClub.Com – Numbers and Stats for each tipster since beginning of the project.

Hey guys,

So it’s been now a few months since we started and the site is still a construction site. I would like to apologize for any discomfort during your stay here and any inconvenience created by the lack of some features on the site. We are still working hard and investing most of the money earned via the subscription fees for a better site and adding essential features to make the experience better. A full stats page will follow soon, that will have full graphs and filtering for each tipster, time period, sports and so on. It will be sweet, but you will have to wait for a bit longer. We have created an API to export all tips and do the stats manually on each month and tipster, just to see exactly how we are working now. read more

Wimbledon 2018. Round 1. Day 2. Ardeal Analysis and Betting opportunities.

Second day of #Wimbledon will have be kind with us, quantity wise, and will see 32 ATP matches and 32 WTA matches and I will try to analyze shorty these 32 ATP matches.

We will see some top 10 seeds, like #7 seed Thiem, #3 Zverev, #5 Del Potro, #10 Goffin and #2 seed Nadal playing. Most memorable matches to be played are for sure between, Herbert and M. Zverev, Ebden and Goffin, Chardy and Shapovalov, Delpo and Gojowczyk, Kyrgios and Istomin, Tiafoe and Verdasco, and of course Thiem and Baghdatis. read more

Wimbledon 2018 – Preview and Outright betting

The 3rd Slam of the year, Wimbledon, will start Monday, 2nd of July and will have the men final July 15th. I will look into the draw and analyse a bit some betting opportunities for you guys.

Playing conditions are usually medium-slow at for a grass and as expected the results of big servers and serve/volleyers in recent years are bad and very bad. The CPI (Court Pace Index) rating from Hawk-Eye is 37.0, which puts the tournament in the ‘medium’ category. Weather-wise, the forecast looks very good compared to the past years, with an average of 28°C for the entire next week, and few rain chances. read more

Ardeal subscription. Debrief and future plans.

Hey all,

As you have definitely seen the results in the past weeks, as for today 28th June, have been dreadful to say least and I wanted to come over with some kind of explanation and future steps for the service. Many of you know me from the BetDistrict, back in the days, or maybe from ettingKingdom, both sites where I have published free tips with a great success. I assume most of you know and followed me back at BookieInsiders where I have been tipping successful for over 3 years (4000 tips over 3 years with a 9.8% ROI). I do appreciate the confidence and the trust put in me, but as I have shown I do also appreciate the loyalty to me, moving to TipstersClub, offering to the long-term subscribers a substantial discount.  Discounts won’t make you any happier these weeks, not even a free subscription can make you happy right now, which I won’t try to imply in any way. The results were dreadful, and I am the worst critic of me and of my service as I try to make TipstersClub as good as a service as I expect to be any service I want to subscribe to (premium and paid service). read more

Halcyon Week on the Golf at tipstersclub.com

After a run of break-even weeks on the Golf last week at tipstersclub.com members crushed on both models pushing our ROI over 15%.

To start the day over in Germany at the BMW International Open, our place model yielded 4 winners as Matthew Nixon top 40 5/1, Gonzalez Fernandez- Castano top 40 at 12/5, then we had Nick Geyger top 20 at 22/1 which was dead heat so effectively an 11/1 winner and also small dead heat winner on David Drysdale top 40 at 9/2.

Then to America in the evening for the Travellers Championship were the place model yielded a 25/1 winner with Chase Seiffert top20, perversely a couple of bankers lost but over the week our place model had 23 selections with: read more

The new Snooker Season is just over a week away

With the new snooker season only a week away it’s time for me, this week, to price up next weeks qualifying matches at the Preston Guild Hall (2nd July to 9th July).

With their time off some players will have taken a well deserved holiday, others will have enjoyed time without a cue in their hand, some especially the Q School qualifiers will be razor sharp and never keener, either way, the few weeks off will enable players to start afresh with some technique tinkering, new cue, and less mental baggage than normal. read more