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There is an awesome deal out there for horse racing bookies.

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With the Triple Crown just around the corner, online bookies looking to make more pay per head profits from their horseplayers should definitely check out this 2 for 1 promo deal.

Why is this important? 

It’s important because bettors lay down more money on the Kentucky Derby than on any other race during the year.

  • An incredible $282,929.48 was wagered into the Kentucky Derby Pool 4 win pool.
  • An amazing $152,428.76 was wagered into the Kentucky Derby Pool 4 exacta pool.
  • The total wagered into the exacta and win pools came out to $435,358.24.

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Free Online Bookie Guide to More Profits during the NFL Playoffs

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Free Online Bookie Guide to More Profits during the NFL Playoffs

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There are also free pro-tips throughout the guide, Bookie Success Secrets: NFL Playoff Edition, to lend experience to those who are newer to the game:

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Get 2 Months Free at Payperhead.com – Best Bookie Software Promo

Check out this great bookie software promo that was just announced from the folks at payperhead.com.

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2015 U.S. Open Golf Odds

Professional golf’s second major of the season starts on June 17 with the first round of this year’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Club in University Place, Washington. Docsports.com will have full-blown coverage of this event on its site in the coming days, but we wanted to start things off with an early look at five players to watch along with their futures odds to win.

Rory McIlroy 4/1

McIlroy is widely considered the best golfer in the game today, so it is little wonder that the 2011 U.S. Open Champion and winner of three additional majors is the current favorite to win at Chambers Bay. McIlroy last played in the Wells Fargo Championship in mid-May, and he came away with that title. So you know that is current form is where it needs to be.

The 26-year-old will be making his seventh-start in a U.S. Open after winning this event as the youngest champion since Bobby Jones in 1923. He is currently No. 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings. Along with his win last month, he also won the 2015 WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship after finishing fourth in the Masters.

Jordan Spieth 7/1

With this year’s Masters’ title already under wraps, Spieth will now set his sights on winning a second consecutive major as the second-favorite to win the U.S. Open. At the tender age of 21, he became the second-youngest Masters Champion behind Tiger Woods with his wire-to-wire run around Augusta. He tied Wood’s 72-hole scoring record with an 18-under total of 270.

Since that dominating victory, he has placed second in the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial CC, and just this past week he posted a 275 13-under score to finish third in this year’s Memorial at Muirfield Village GC. This will be his fourth start in a U.S. Open, and his best finish was 17th in last year’s event at Pinehurst No. 2.

Dustin Johnson 14/1

The betting odds start to drop off rather steeply from here, but there is still some solid value to be found in Johnson at 14/1. This is a golfer that has suffered some setbacks in his personal life off the course, but he still has the game to be a factor in any major he plays in.

He has come close a few times to ending his drought in majors during his professional career, and with a victory in the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March of this season he now has 11 professional victories to his credit. His best finish in a U.S. Open came in last year’s U.S. Open with a tie for fourth. He also had the lead in the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach heading into the final round, but he ended up eighth.

Adam Scott 16/1

Scott was able to shed the dubious title of “best player never to win a major” with his breakthrough victory in the 2013 Masters, and he remained in contention in last season’s U.S. Open with a tie for ninth. He continues to play all over the world, and over the course of his career Scott has laid claim to 27 tournament victories

Looking back at his recent play in the United States, Scott has played in nine events, with his best finish coming in the WGC-Cadillac Championships (fourth) in early March. This past week he finished 24th in the Memorial after missing the cut in the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club the week before.

Rickie Fowler 18/1

Fowler has quickly established himself as a crowd favorite for his colorful attire and stylish play, but at 26-years-old he knows that it is time to get serious about adding a major to his golfing resume. In what many golf experts consider the fifth major tournament, he did claim the top spot in this year’s Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in a three-way playoff.

This will be his seventh start in a U.S. Open, and he came as close as you can without actually winning this event with a second-place finish at Pinehurst in 2014. The year before at Merion Golf Club, he was also in contention for a U.S. Open title with a 10th-place finish.

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Golf Handicapping: 5 Golfers to Win the Open Championship

 

Best Open Championship Bets

Professional golf’s third major of the year gets underway this Thursday with the first round of The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool G.C. in Hoylake, England. For the first time this season, golf’s most famous player, Tiger Woods, will tee it up in a major after missing both The Masters and US Open while recovering from recent back surgery.

The betting odds for this year’s Open Championship, which is also known as the British Open, list Woods as a 18/1 fifth-favorite to win this week, but most of the value is lost due to the fact that the betting public routinely drives down his odds regardless of current form. The following are my Top-5 golfers that do have the best chance to win this week in relation to the value in their odds.

Luke Donald 40/1

Luke Donald remains one of the longest-standing members of the “best golfer that has never won a major” club that nobody wants to be a part off. Nonetheless, he is always a threat to win in any event that is played in his native country, and he showed some signs of life earlier this year with a second-place finish in the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in April. Current form remains strong with a 16th-place finish at last week’s Scottish Open.  Donald has finished fifth in The Open Championship twice in his career (2009 and 2012), but a bit of value could be lost after missing the cut in last year’s event.

Graeme McDowell 25/1

As one of the up-and-coming European golfers that hail from Northern Ireland, Graeme McDowell is another solid contender that should feel right at home in this week’s surroundings. He missed the cut at this year’s Masters and battled his way to a 28th-place finish in the US Open last month at Pinehurst No. 2. However, current form has remained sharp with a victory on the European Tour in the Alstom Open de France just two weeks ago. This will be McDowell’s 11th appearance in The Open Championship, with his best finish coming on 2012 when he tied for 12th.

Phil Mickelson 20/1

It would be hard to leave Mickelson off of this list even though his odds also get driven down by the reaction of the betting public. A strong showing at last week’s Scottish Open (tied for 11th) gives me renewed hope that he can successfully defend last year’s Open Championship title that he won at Muirfield. He did miss the cut back in April at Augusta, and he placed 28th in the field in June at Pinehurst, but you can never rule out someone that has placed in the Top 2 of this tournament in two of the last three years.

Rory McIlroy 14/1

Rory McIlroy remains the kind of golfing talent that you have to pick and choose your spots to bet on him to win, but he remains the kind of golfing talent that you do not want to bet against, especially on a course that is so close to home to his native Northern Ireland roots.It has been a rough go of things the past few years in The Open Championship ever since he posted a third-place finish in 2010, but I am more encouraged by McIlroy’s current form in majors that includes an eighth-place finish in this year’s Masters and a 23rd-place finish in last month’s US Open. He had a fairly productive week in the Scottish Open with a 14th-place finish that included a final-round 67.

Justin Rose 14/1

If you believe that history will repeat itself in this week’s Open Championship after Mickelson went into last year’s event fresh off a victory in the Scottish Open, then Justin Rose is your man this week. He won last week’s event at Royal Aberdeen by two strokes with a third-round score of 66 followed by a closing round of 65 to seal the win. Rose and McIlroy have the best odds in the field to win this week, but from a value standpoint the edge has to go to Rose. He is another native of England that should feel extremely comfortable at this year’s course, and he has been red hot since posting a 12th-place finish at Pinehurst with a win at Congressional at the end of June in the Quicken Loans National before this past week’s victory.

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