How Do I Open an Online Betting Account for the Masters?

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You can open an online betting account to wager on this year's Masters and anything else for that matter by visiting any one of the websites endorsed by including one,, that has been in business since 1986 (previously as a call center). 

What I Need to Begin

You will need to provide accurate information including an active email and current mailing address.  When requesting a payout, the betting site will need to know where to send the money, not to mention they need to know they are sending to the right person. 

Most online betting sites are based outside the United States in Costa Rica (catering mostly to the North and South American market) and Malta (catering primarily to the European market).  Rarely will you be asked for your social security number or tax ID (note that companies based in the United States often are requred to do so).  

Just as with your banking activities, create a secure password, write it down somewhere nobody else has access to and make sure to enter it when logging onto your online betting account.  NEVER provide your password when calling in.  They will ask for your USER NAME ONLY.

Once you are ready, it's time to set up the account.

Funding Your Account

You will be sending money that if yours on deposit to bet with.  The more you send, the higher the bonus.  Any bonus money offered can be obtained once you reach a required rollover (how many times over you wager your initial deposit).  A $500 deposit with a 10x rollover would require you to wager $500 X 10 or $5000 before claiming that free money.  This is easy enough to achieve if you are an avid sports bettor.

Funding your account can be done through a credit card, cash transfers, and - the most popular method today - cryptocurrency such as bitcoin.  These cryptocurrency accounts can be linked to an active bank account with bitcoin converted to your local currency.   1 bitcoin = 6,684.00 US Dollar but you don't need to be depositing $6684.  If you deposit US$300 through a cryptocurrency exchange, that US$300 will be converted into 0.045 bitcoin.  If you win US$300, the sportsbook will send you 0.045 bitcoin and it will be converted to that US$300 in approximately 45 minutes. 

Typically you only have to deposit a minimum of $50 with bets as low as $5.

Betting the Masters

You can wager on the ultimate winner, the top finisher in a specific region such as the United States, Asia and Europe and you can bet individual matchups.

Tiger Woods was listed at 12/1 odds to win.  This means Woods would pay out $1200 for every $100 bet or $120 for every $10 bet.

Sometimes odds are listed as such: +1200.  A $100 bet pays $1200.  If you see odds of +2000, a $100 bet pays $2000.  Take away a zero when betting $10.

Here are your odds to win the 2018 Masters:

Odds to Win The Masters
10:00 AM 60001 Rory McIlroy   +1100  
60002 Jordan Spieth   +1000  
60003 Justin Thomas   +1200  
60004 Dustin Johnson   +1300  
60005 Tiger Woods   +1200  
60006 Justin Rose   +1400  
60007 Bubba Watson   +1600  
60008 Jason Day   +1800  
60009 Phil Mickelson   +1800  
60010 Rickie Fowler   +2200  
60011 Jon Rahm   +2500  
60012 Paul Casey   +2200  
60013 Sergio Garcia   +2500  
60014 Hideki Matsuyama   +3300  
60015 Tommy Fleetwood   +4000  
60016 Alex Noren   +4000  
60017 Henrik Stenson   +3300  
60018 Patrick Reed   +5000  
60019 Matt Kuchar   +4000  
60020 Marc Leishman   +5000  
60021 Louis Oosthuizen   +5000  
60022 Thomas Pieters   +5000  
60023 Adam Scott   +5000  
60024 Tyrrell Hatton   +6600  
60025 Ian Poulter   +6600  
60026 Brian Harman   +8000  
60027 Patrick Cantlay   +8000  
60028 Bryson DeChambeau   +8000  
60029 Branden Grace   +8000  
60030 Xander Schauffele   +8000  
60031 Daniel Berger   +8000  
60032 Rafael Cabrera Bello   +10000  
60033 Tony Finau   +10000  
60034 Charley Hoffman   +8000  
60035 Charl Schwartzel   +10000  
60036 Gary Woodland   +10000  
60037 Kevin Chappell   +10000  
60038 Kiradech Aphibarnrat   +10000  
60039 Matthew Fitzpatrick   +12500  
60040 Russell Henley   +12500  
60041 Zach Johnson   +12500  
60042 Kevin Kisner   +12500  
60043 Ryan Moore   +12500  
60044 Cameron Smith   +12500  
60045 Francesco Molinari   +12500  
60046 Shubhankar Sharma   +15000  
60047 Webb Simpson   +15000  
60048 Brendan Steele   +15000  
60049 Jimmy Walker   +15000  
60050 Adam Hadwin   +10000  
60051 Pat Perez   +15000  
60052 Kyle Stanley   +15000  
60053 Jason Dufner   +17500  
60054 Dylan Frittelli   +17500  
60055 Martin Kaymer   +17500  
60056 Haotong Li   +17500  
60057 Ross Fisher   +20000  
60058 Patton Kizzire   +20000  
60059 Bernd Wiesberger   +20000  
60060 Austin Cook   +25000  
60061 Fred Couples   +25000  
60062 Billy Horschel   +25000  
60063 Chez Reavie   +20000  
60064 Danny Willett   +25000  
60065 Si Woo Kim   +25000  
60066 Angel Cabrera   +25000  
60067 Yuta Ikeda   +30000  
60068 Jhonattan Vegas   +30000  
60069 Wesley Bryan   +40000  
60070 Satoshi Kodaira   +50000  
60071 Bernhard Langer   +50000  
60072 Yusaku Miyazato   +50000  
60073 Joaquin Niemann   +50000  
60074 Ted Potter Jr.   +50000  
60075 Vijay Singh   +50000  
60076 Harry Ellis   +100000  
60077 Doug Ghim   +100000  
60078 Trevor Immelman   +100000  
60079 Doc Redman   +100000  
60080 Yuxin Lin   +250000  
60081 Sandy Lyle   +250000  
60082 Larry Mize   +250000  
60083 Jose Maria Olazabal   +250000  
60084 Mark OMeara   +250000  
60085 Matt Parziale   +100000  
60086 Mike Weir   +250000  
60087 Ian Woosnam   +250000  

- Mary Montgomery,

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