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  1. Today's parlay @1.90 Unibet ATP - SINGLES: Gstaad (Switzerland), clay - 1/8-finals Moroni M. - Sousa J. Sousa @1.50 Unibet Sousa clay 2019 - 8/19. Moroni clay 2019 - 18/32. Even if Moroni has better statistics for 2019, he played mostly in Challengers and against players out of 100ATP ranking. Sousa, on the other side, played in ATP tournaments against much better players from inside of 100 ATP. According to my expectations, it won't be an easy win for Sousa, but he will take it, being a more qualitative player overall. ATP - SINGLES: Hamburg (Germany), clay Delbonis F. - Zverev A. Zverev @1.27 Unibet I expect an easy win (probably 2:0) for Zverev because of the next reasons: more qualitative player according to achievements and ranking plays at home won Jarry who is a clay court player, so seems motivated Delbonis should be tired, having played 10 matches in last 15 days.
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  2. Midnight Gem 11:25 Southwell 16/1 @ BET365
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  3. Smiles Tennis

    Tennis 2.0

    Lesham didn't get matched otherwise it would have been a nicer day. I didn't put any in much higher to be matched so he must have shortened quickly from where he was and of course didn't go higher. A nice winner at 4.0. I swear the other day I must've picked the only day to focus on the high odds picks where they all lost lol.
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  4. Well done to Rivrd who takes the final leg victory and with it also the league crown. Ian's 2nd place promotes him into 2nd overall Demios's 3rd place just loses out on the final podium spot to Muttley's 4th and consistent performance over the month. Well done and thank you to everyone. A good turnout maintained throughout the month It's a "5-week month" again so we've had an early finish. I'll put claiming details up later, but it gives us the opportunity of a 'fun' week next week and to play one of the variant game options. Suggestions please, and happy to set a couple of options up as we did last time, with a 8.00/8.15 start.
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  5. Valur - ludogorets Pick - away win @1.90 This is one of the bets of the round IMO. After being eliminated from CL ludogorets will seek consolation in Europa League. Their squad was improved by a few new signings this summer and although most of the players that brought them the success in the domestic league and in Europe are getting too old to play most games on a competitive level, they are still a solid squad. Valur were well beaten by Maribor in CL and overall are much weaker team. This should be an easy away victory. The only slight concern is whether ludogorets will push for a convincing victory in the first leg or will wait to settle the tie in the second, at home. AEK Larnaca - Levski Pick - under 2.5 goals @1.80 Another stand out bet, even though I don't like playing unders. The game will be played in the summer heat in Larnaca (18:30 local time), which might be an advantage to the home team. They weren't convincing in the first leg, beating Moldovan side Petroclub 1-0 in each game, while levski had no problems against Ruzomberog beating them 2-0 twice. Levski should be more defensive this time around and wait for their chances. Given the heat and humidity at that time of the day, I expect a low tempo and a low scoring game and doubt the odds will remain the same in the next few days. Good luck!
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  6. The Punters Lounge £150 added Poker League continues this week with our July league. All games are played in the PokerStars Home Games PL Poker Club. This month will feature a PLO leg in week 3 with the other 3 legs NLHE. To help boost numbers and keep the league competitive throughout the month we will again have a double points multiplier in leg 4. Leg 1 : Wednesday 3rd July at 20.00 GMT in the PL Poker Club Home Game. Leg 2 : 10th July Leg 3 : 17th July - PLO Leg 4 : 24th July - double points Buy in is $5.50 per leg. Your top 3 scores of the 4 legs will count towards your league total. We will be using the usual PL league format, which will be updated in this thread. (The PokerStars own league scores will not be used.) Formula is -Log(position/Entrants)x100 All members are welcome, however you must post in this thread if asked to let us know your forum username, otherwise your placings and scores cannot be included in the league. Please spread the word and invite your friends so we can get the weekly numbers to keep this league viable. New players always welcome to join in. To join the PokerStars PL Home Games Club: club id = 744199 password = PLPokerClub We also have a PL Poker Club Facebook group where regular reminders are also posted. Please request to join. https://www.facebook.com/groups/524375907722928/ £150 Added Value The £150 added will be split between the top 3 players of the league end, with £75 to the league champion, £45 to 2nd and £30 to 3rd. This will be payable via PayPal at the end of the league. Big thank you to SirPuntalot and Punters Lounge for the added funds. Winners will also get Punters Lounge merchandise. See below. Punters Lounge MerchandiseYou can now win unlimited Punters Lounge merchandise, even if you have won them before. It consists of the mug with a wraparound logo, updated to our new 3D logo recently. You'll also win a pack of 10 pens, which have also been upgraded to a much better quality. Good luck! League Table
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  7. Thanks for posting the stats. The site I use for head-to-head got their match ups the other day. I'll post my picks later today or tomorrow morning for those interested. But let me know what you think:
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  8. 8.25 Doncaster - Lovin - 11/1 Ladbrokes This one is interesting after a break with the red hot Danny Tudhope in the saddle. Won a novice stakes race last August and has been lightly campaigned since then. The form of that race looks strong with the 2nd now rated 96, 4th rated 82 & 5th rated 90. Lovin must've had her issues since then as she then ran poorly in October and was then given a break. She has since been well beaten in 2 handicaps off 84 and 82 and Feb and April of this year and has again been given a break. She's now been given a wind op and connections have also reached for first time headgear. She's been dropped to a mark of 77 for this so assuming she's come on for either the break, wind op or the headgear, you'd have to think she'd be competitive off this mark given the form of her sole win last year.
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  9. Wolves vs Crusaders The 2019/20 Europa League takes a step closer to the group stage tonight when teams line-up for the first legs of their 2nd Qualifying Round. Premier League side Wolves face-off against Northern Irish Premier League club Crusaders in this clash set to take place at 7:45pm at Molineux. The winning side from this tie will play the winners of the tie between Armenian side Pyunik and Czechia side Jablonec. Wolves are in their first European campaign since 1981. A superb first season back in the top flight of English football saw Nuno Santo's team finish 7th in the league and qualify for European competition thanks to the performances of English clubs in Europe last season. Some people had a feeling it was coming but others felt that Wanderers still exceeded expectations. Crusaders finished 4th in their domestic league last season. It's hardly the greatest achievement but they'll relish playing a top side like Wolves. That is no disrespect to Crusaders. Stephen Baxter's side destroyed Faroe Islands outfit B36 Torshavn by a 5-2 score in the previous round. Again, not too much to write home about but their ability to score goals is clear to see. Initially, I was reluctant to get involved in this game. There's not really a lot around. However, I saw Wolves in the Premier League Asia Trophy and they looked sharp. Even with the youngsters they got playing it looked like a squad that is ready for the season to start. I think backing the home side to win big is a good move and we could see Wolves return to European competition with a romp. Wolves -3 @ 1.61 with Bet365 Anytime Scorer: Ruben Neves @ 2.62 with Paddy Power
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  10. Thanks man. Ok, good luck today to all!
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  11. Both NR billy unfortunately. Nap for me today would be COTTONVALE 2:30 Southwell owner has a good strike rate when it’s his sole entry of the meeting. And I think he’ll be too good for what is a weak race
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  12. Molde vs Cukaricki PICK: Cukaricki +1.5 1.84 sbo I believe we have a value at betting on Cukaricki +1.5 after the recent odds drop. Molde are not worldwide beaters, and they are hc favourites. Cukaricki is talented team, indeed, the hosts are favourites but Cukaricki will have a couple of chances to do something on counters. I bet they will score the goal tonight, but even in case if they decide to defend most of the time 1-0 gives us the cash. Best of luck
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  13. sand 3.55 confils 7/1 bet365
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  14. RUG

    Naps - Thursday July 25th

    Newbury 17:30 Blue medici 15/8 bet365
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  16. Nikoloz Basilashvili to beat Jeremy Chardy at 2.08 with Pinnacle According to all the basic info, Chardy should win this. Well, by the same token, Londero and Dellien should've won as well, but the Hamburg magic was too strong - and I'm hoping that it's going to hold again.
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  17. 2.30 Southwell HOT RYAN - 13/8 Bet 265
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  18. Good morning 3.40 bedtime bella 3.50 spirit warning 5.40 confrerie 5.50 powers ville 8.10 montawaj my £ 10 e/w acca all five selections 8.40 guns of leros my £5 e/w acca all six selections
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  19. Anyone thinking of backing Dimitrov anytime soon should probably think again. I've just watched most of his straight-sets loss to Kevin King, who's ranked at number 405, and it's got to be up there with one of the worst performances I've ever seen. The Bulgarian was a break up twice in the first set but lost it 7-5, then was a double break up in the second and leading 3-0 before losing it 6-4. From 3-0 in the second set he never held his serve again and would have lost the set 6-3 if it hadn't been for King failing to serve it out. Some of Dimitrov's numbers were astonishing. He won less than 1 in 4 points behind his second serve, served 8 double faults and conceded 23 break points - I'm not sure I've ever seen so high a number in a 3 set ATP match. All the way through it looked as though he couldn't really be bothered whether he won or lost. King didn't even play well himself - his first serve percentage was below 50, he fired down 9 double faults and he wasn't much better than Dimitrov on second serve. If that wasn't a performance that deserves a fine for a lack of effort then I don't know what is.
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  20. Nothing involving Klizan is a banker, but yeah .
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