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  1. There was me thinking the matches were mid day tomorrow and didn't think about the time difference. So I'm going for the following in tomorrow's 2 matches. First, I'm taking Selby -2.5 frames. It's abit risky because I do think Fu will want to compete here but I just think Selby's form and the all round quality of his safety game means that he should keep Fu below 3 frames. In the other match, I'm going to take "Either player to win 3 frames in a row?" as a "No!" I think 13/8 is a nice price. Especially as it's a "first to 5". I think Higgins is playing Trump at a good time. On the flip side, Trump seems to always beat Higgins and so i'll go with this. 4pts Selby (-2.5 frames) to beat Fu evens bet365 4pts Either player to win 3 frames in a row? No! 13/8 bet365
  2. Selby/Robertson final, I reckon
  3. Covid. Williams has stepped in.
  4. absolute serial let down. Just lost to Dobey , 82 average. Route just gets easier and easier for MVG
  5. An event we've not seen since 2017 in which Neil Robertson won, we're in Hong Kong for this invitational event. Just 8 players here. 2 matches a day tomorrow and Friday. Semi finals on Saturday and the final on Sunday. I like Mark Selby this weekend. He looks to have put his issues behind him recently and looked solid at the British Open. I think he beats Marco Fu tomorrow and then he would face Trump or Higgins. I don't think he would fear playing either of those. I actually thing Higgins would cause the biggest issue for Selby. I'll take him to win this event. 3pts M. Selby to win Hong Kong Masters 9/2 bet365
  6. I was tempted with PP offering every player hitting 3+ 180s. 10/1.
  7. Can fully understand that, with Lewis. It's a tricky card, tonight.
  8. That's round 1 completed then and Round 2 gets underway tonight. Just the 4 matches today and tomorrow so perhaps it wont be another midnight finish. Here's tonights lineup : Lewis Vs Dobey Wright Vs Ratajski MVG Vs Bunting Clayton Vs Van Den Bergh I like Lewis to beat Dobey tonight. Lewis looked really good in beating De Sousa and that was a decent look De Sousa, too. He has been in abit of form now for a while as we've seen with various Players Championships events, also. My slight concern is that Dobey has won won the last 5 head-to-heads between the pair but the last match was 2 years ago and I feel like Lewis is getting back to some nice form in the last 6-12 months. I feel like Lewis is the best "double in" player of the 2 and as we've seen, that's very important. I think we'll see Wright and MVG through tonight. I think even if Bunting gets into a good position, because I do think MVG is still vulnerable, I reckon he'd bottle it. It's the final match that looks to be the closest. Despite Van Den Bergh performing the better of the two, Clayton has a real way of winning matches that he shouldn't. I think he is the better "big time" player now and if Van Den Bergh gives him a sniff then you know he is going to take it. 5pts Lewis to beat Dobey 4/5 bet365 -------------------------------------------------- 2pts Wright, MVG & Clayton 3/1 paddypower 1pt Lewis, Wright -1.5, MVG -1.5 and Over 4.5 sets Clayton/Van Den Bergh 14/1 paddypower
  9. Ugh, bloody Searle was awful. Smith saved me somewhat tonight. Noppert looked good and I'll need him with just a couple outrights left. Blimey.
  10. 3 for me tonight. First is Searle to beat Razma and hit the most 180s. Searle likes a 180 and I think he beats Razma. I feel like this is the same bet as Searle winning in my eyes as Razma isn't a huge 180 hitter. Ross Smith takes on Gilding in a very 50/50 looking match. The winner could go deep here. I was tempted with just going for Smith to have the most 180s (evens most places) but I'll take a gamble on him winning the match, too at 12/5. Finally, I'll go with the treble of Searle winning 2-0, Cullen to beat Heta, as I feel like he is the better "big time" player between the two. I think Michael Smith Vs Nathan Aspinall will be a good match. instead of risking Smith to win, I'll take him to hit the most 180s. He has a better rate this year and I feel like he could need the scoring power if his double troubles come back to haunt him. 5pts R.Searle to beat Razma AND hit the Most 180s evens paddypower 2.5pts R.Smith to win AND hit the Most 180s 12/5 paddypower 2pts treble - Searle (-1.5 set handicap), Cullen, M.Smith to hit most 180s Vs Aspinall 7/1 bet365
  11. The 5/2 comes in. Very close to both winning but the outright picks didn't perform last night.
  12. yep, threw first. I really think if they're taking the set format like the worlds then they should go bully for who throws first in a decider.
  13. Really depends on how Chisnall reacts after his first big title. Even if he had lost though, he normally performs in this event. Van Den Bergh has gone out R1 in 2 of the last 3 attempts. Out in R2 in the other. Doesn't mean Chisnall wins ofcourse but we'll see.
  14. Day 1 I'll be taking a few boosted trebles with PP. I think Ratajski beats Rydz. I like experience in this event and Chisnall has a great record, here. Bunting Vs Dolan could go either way really but I think aslong as Bunting doesn't lose the plot with the Double in then the 5/1 looks a solid pick. MVG beats Anderson for me. DVD Vs Clayton could be the tie of the night. 2pts Chisnall, Bunting and Ratajski to win 5/1 paddypower 2pts MVG, Wright and Clayton all to win 5/2 paddypower
  15. It shows how random an event can be with a random draw really. Day was terrible in the tournament until the final. Produced when it mattered though. Allen has lost so much weight, blimey.
  16. Hoatian is proper bottling it. Should be 4-0 up. 3-1 down.
  17. I also really like this tournament. Very unique in the fact that it uses legs and sets. Only the World Championships is that also the case. Also the only tournament to play the "Double in, Double out" format. Makes for a good betting angle if you know the players who enjoy it or indeed do not. Event runs October 3rd to 9th. We have 32 players and it's best of 3 sets in round 1, best of 5 sets in round 2 and the Quarter Finals. Best of 7 sets in the semi finals ans best of 9 sets in the final. Each set is a best of 3 legs. I've looked through the draw and as usual, I want the bigger prices. Here's what I'm going with 2pts e/w D. Noppert to win Grand Prix 20/1 bet365 2pts e/w D. Chisnall to win Grand Prix 25/1 betfair ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1pts e/w R.Searle to win Grand Prix 50/1 bet365 1pt e/w De Sousa to win Grand Prix 50/1 skybet ---------------------------------------------------------------- 0.5pts e/w A.Gilding to win Grand Prix 66/1 boylesports 0.5pts e/w R.Smith to win Grand Prix 125/1 bet365
  18. Yeah, always worth laying him early, Ronnie. I should have have had Allen to beat Trump lastnight too. He has a good record against him. Could have been different for Jimmy Robertson last night. Should have gone 2-2. Good news is the Quarter final draw is nice for the 2 remaining outright picks. Every chance of a semi-final for both and if they drew eachother it would be a guarantee 20/1 winner. A 4-fold for me today to keep an interest. 1pt 4 fold - Selby, Haotian, Saengkham and Sijun all to win 10/1 betway
  19. Southampton (1) 2.15 Leicester (1) 1.75 West Ham (1) 1.91 £11 treble please
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