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  1. Group N played out tomorrow. It had to be one of the highest overall quality groups we've had so far : There are a good 3/4 capable winners in this group. Lisowski is the favourite and that's no real surprise with his current form. I like Dott here though. Dott has a nice start and if he can get a few wins under his belt then he has every chance of finishing the day on top. The other that looks like a spot of value is Michael White. Brecel/White/Higginson all are great players on their day but White at 7/1 looks a great outsider shot. 2pts G.Dott to win Group N 5/2 bet365 1pt M.
  2. I think this has been pushed back past Feb until after Easter
  3. Yet to find a winner in these little mini-leagues. It's actually surprised me how many favourites have won the group, when you think it's just a "best of 3" match. It seems less random than the Championship League, which is a best of 5. Anyway, despite a poor start, I'll keep going. Group A tomorrow : I thought Murphy (although amazing at times), looked quite average, on the whole, at The Masters. I'm not sure I can back him here at odds on. I'm not keen on Holt because he hasn't ever done well at the Championship League (although he has won the shootout) If I had to pick somebod
  4. 10 rebleplease watford (2) 2.37 Man U (1) 2.50 Bordeaux (1) 2.30
  5. Not the best of events then, so far. Today's group : I think I'm going to take McGill in this group. He has had some recent good form, making the UK Championship last 16 and also the Grand Prix last 16. Xintong is the big threat but he is the type of player who runs hot and cold. Dale is the other player that has been hitting abit of form but the likes of Jiahui, Hicks, Devlin, just seem to have that one or two bad performances to be consistent enough to win the group. 2pts A.McGill to win Group K 5/2 betfred 1pt D.Dale to win Group K 6/1 betfred
  6. Good luck all. Early reminder that the next gameweek will be Saturday 30th and so you will have just 2 days to get your next selection in
  7. Good luck all. Early reminder that the next gameweek will be Saturday 30th and so you will have just 2 days to get your next selection in
  8. Well I needed O'Neill to come 1st or 2nd and he finishes 3rd. Group C today : I think it's worth giving a chance to Jamie Clarke today. I also like Donaldson. Bingham is favourite here but in a best of 3 match, it's quite an open group. 2pts S.Donaldson to win Group C 7/2 paddypower 1pt E/W J.Clarke to win Group C 13/2 paddypower
  9. Group G today and a group that looks quite open. I think Lu Ning has a good chance here but I just can't be having 3/1 on a player to pretty much win 80 per cent of his matches atleast. I'll take a chance on O'Neill. He has shown some nice form recently at the German Masters and has beaten Murphy and pushed Ding to a decider. He shouldn't be down at 12s. 1pt E/W J. O'Neill to win Group G 12/1 paddypower
  10. 5 players go through to the next game week, which will be 26th-28th Jan
  11. Well done. All four through to Week 9. Next game week will be Tuesday Jan 26th-28th
  12. No joy with Jak Jones, yesterday. Joe Perry comes through to win the group Guodong also goes through. Group B gets played today and Kyren Wilson is the headliner. We saw Wilson only recently at the Championship League but he didn't really perform to the standard you would expect and at evens, the price seems far too short to win the group. I'm going to take a chance on Li Hang and Pang Junxu. This event is a best of 3 in each match and so you need to score well. Hang has that ability. Junxu showed everybody what he's about at the Scottish Open and German Masters. He's beaten the like
  13. Far too early for this, Owen. Not until mid Feb
  14. A brand new ranking event comes to town this morning, just several hours after the completion of The Masters. This event was supposed to be showcasing the return of Stephen Hendry, but he has pulled out. Along with the likes of Neil Robertson, John Higgins and Ding Junhui. The tournament reminds me of the Championship League event. It's group play, with 16 groups of 8. (128 players). The top 2 go through in each group to give us the last 32. Those 32 will be split into 4 more groups. Same rules apply (top 2 through) to give us a final group of 8. Here are the groups : Group A :
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