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Welcome to the sports betting tips for January, 23rd 2019.
On Wednesdays I always cover the golf and we had a solid outing last week.
Of course it could have been soooo much better.
The Abu Dhabi tournament we had a top 5 cash with Louis Oosthuizen. That was okay. However we missed out on Pablo Larrazabal who finished 1 stroke behind the top 5. He was 110/1 and that would have been a huge cash. Very disappointed to miss out on that one.
We also had Adam Hadwin to win/top 5 the Desert Classic. It looked like it was going to happen or at the very least we’d get a playoff alas on the 18th hole, Adam Long hit an impressive birdie and he won it by a stroke.
However it was very good to see us on the right track there and Brian Stuard had looked a contender too despite being at big odds.
Here are the two betting slips for those wins:
Let’s move on to this weeks action.
Golf Bets for January 23rd, 2019
Farmers Insurance Open 2019: I’m on 4 golfers to win and E/W here. Remember E/W means Top 5 if you don’t have E/W bets at your sportsbook split your bet on to win, and top 5.
First one is Marc Leishman. He’s got excellent form and excellent course form. It’s a top heavy tournament so going to be tough but I like this chances.
Next up is Ryan Palmer. He’s a whopping 100/1 but hey Pablo was higher than that last week and look how close he came. He looked okay last week and he also has a 2nd place here from the prior year. Got to think he is a contender.
I also like Patrick Cantlay. He has never performed well here however metric wise he does stand out and he’s coming in on the back of a couple of good performances.
Finally Cameron Champ. Honestly really don’t “feel” him this week however when I ran analysis and simulations he kept popping up.
Dubai Desert Classic: Only three bets here. First is Sergio Garcia to win. Playing well, likes this tournament and stands out for me with a solid price.
NHL Bets for January 23rd, 2019:
Wild/Avs Over 6: Last games before the NHL All Star break. Looking at the games today and the standings, I think these are two teams who want to go in hot so they should be battling it out. Wild have finally got a streak going and will want to continue it. Avs are on a bit of a rough stretch and don’t play again until next month so they should be equally motivated.
Hurricanes to win: Including OT/SO. If you are into advanced metrics you know the Canes are always at the top of those. While it doesn’t translate on the ice I do believe they are well worth a play here.