*** British OpenErnie Els:Odds before tournament: 40 to 1 (13 golfers had better odds)Odds entering Sunday: 25 to 1Odds at lowest point on Sunday: 469 to 1 ($70 was actually bet at these odds, paying off $32,830)Adam Scott:
At his highest point on Sunday, if you wanted toback Adam Scott, you had to risk $70 to win $1 (implying a 98.6% chance of winning at that point)
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long odds for sure!
I'll take the +28 UNITS for my clients and I for the BRITISH!
I am my own source. It's not a run when you do it over and over again with consistency and a mentality that you've done it before.
In nearly "5" years at pregame, if you COMBINED every SPORT SEASON together, i have turned a strong profit in EVERY SINGLE SPORT EXCEPT BASEBALL. Of all the things i've done here at pregame, this is EASILY what i'm most proud of. That's LONG TERM WINNING.
As always, thanks for that to continue to follow my work. Much, much appreciated
£52k traded on Ernie Els at 99/1 to win The Open, with £37k (total) traded in-play at a top price of 469/1 on Betfair.. Crazy stuff! - and thats Sterling (GBP) so a fair bit more when converted to dollars guys!!
And you have to realise that because of the way Betfair works (trading) the company didn't actually take nay of those bets so a customer or number of customers risked 469 pounds to win 1 pound... How that is good business I do not know
What places offer in game wagering that offer odds at lowest point of 469 to 1?