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  1. I will put up the golf tips later. They have gone live on a bespoke tipping site now. I will ask the marketing guys to contact Josh re affiliate status. I will keep posting them here until that happens.

    Last week we had a second place with Matt Fitzpatrick, who lost by one stroke after taking a 7 on a par 5! Bernd Weisberger, who has been a 40/1 winner for us earlier this season, finished hot to take the Italian Open.
    No joy with the match bet or in the U.S. and so we lost 2 points on the week and dropped to +118 for 2019 to date.

  2. This week we are off to France and Korea on the two main tours.

    The Amundi Open de France takes place at Le Golf National Paris, home of the 2018 Ryder Cup, where Europe romped to victory over the U.S.A. The last five winners of this tournament at this venue are:

    Alex Noren; Tommy Fleetwood; Thongchai Jaidee; Bernd Weisbeger and Graeme McDowell.

    The course is a par 71 over a distance of 7,245 yards, which is standard distance these days on the tour. I would expect a winning score of around minus 13.

    Our initial selection is Matthias Schwab, 1 point each way at 16/1 Skybet, 7 places, 1/5 odds.

    Matthias finished fourth last week in Italy, finishing strongly in the final round which is always a good sign. he was also runner up a month ago at The Porsche Open in Germany. 2019 is his second season out of qualifying school and is coming to the fore on the European Tour. He is currently 23rd on stroke average on the tour at present.

    This tournament has a weakened field ahead of next weeks Rolex Series event, The Portugal Masters. There is no Rahm, Weisberger, Fitzpatrick, Fleetwood or Rory. Therefore it gives an opportunity to win a tour event and do their Race to Dubai points total a boost. Schwab can take this opportunity to win his first main tour event.

    On the USPGA Tour we are off to South Korea for the C J Cup at the Nine Bridges course on Jeju Island, which is 60 miles south of the mainland. Nine Bridges is a stock par 72 extending to 7,241 yards this year. That’s not long by today’s standards, but it’s 45 yards longer than last year’s tournament. The par-4 sixth, 15th and 16th holes are an aggregate 89 yards longer, the first two of which courtesy of new tees. Meanwhile, the par-5 12th is down 44 yards. At 554 yards, it’s the second-shortest of the four par 5s. Brooks Koepka is the defending champion.

    Our initial selection is Rafa Cabrera Bello, 1 point each way at 25/1 generally available, 5 places, 1/4 odds. Rafa is in good form at present, finishing second in his recent outing at The Spanish Open to John Rahm. He also has some decent form when playing in Asia and is considered a value pick.

    The favourite for the tournament is Justin Thomas with Brooks Koepka pressing him for that spot. Around the 8/1 mark and not having played much recently their prices look a bit skinny to me. A danger at around the same price as our selection is Sungjae Im, the very promising twenty one year old from South Korea. He continues to go well on the USPGA Tour.

    The market for the Matchbook tournament match bets has not yet formed yet and will be sent when that is the case.

    Good luck with the bets.

  3. MC 🙂 …. any fancies sur soir ?
    Le george ici 🙂
    Here is what my machine says to day …….. but as it seems to be spluttering to get started at the moment … maybe i should look to be laying these rather than backing them ??? …. i am sure the planets will align soon for the gb compooter generator 😉
    5.10 Kempton 7 Cry Havoc (IRE)

    5.10 Kempton 11 Populaire (FR)

    6.25 Southwell 4 Epona

    6.55 Southwell 3 Dark Shot

    6.55 Southwell 1 Saaheq

    7.55 Southwell 3 Angel Of My Heart (IRE)

    good luck good people
    keep having fun
    au revoir
    le gb/bc personnage

  4. Beachmasters Kempton Update

    Better last night with two from three in the shortie trixie, and The Lacemaker and Mendoza placing at nice prices.

    Desperate fare at Kempton tonight compared to yesterday I feel? No strong fancies for me so this is how I see it.

    6.40 Khuzaam is much respected here but surely Name The Wind is an EW bet to nothing? His course record is 113 and Mr Marquand takes the reins tonight.

    7.10 Dawaaween is priced up more on potential than actual achievement and again I fear the fav may do it. But I see Chloellie lurking on the racecard. She has a superb record here and while Mr Jenkins never seems to be in sparkling form, he has engaged the services of Mr Probert who as we know rides Kempton very well. At 14/1 with B365 I cannot resist an EW play. To muddy the waters further, the trainer is quite keen on the chances of Padura Brave although heaven knows why. 20/1 to recapture earlier form.

    Finally, 8:20 Southwell, I like Bond Angel.

    As insurance I am having a win double on Mr Crowley in the 6.40 and 7.10.

    Cry havoc is an interesting one from your systems, think a betting check is in order nearer the time.

    Have fun tonight.

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