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Top 3 Bet Counts for the 2019 US Open

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/13/2019

Dave Mason of BetOnline has revealed the top 3 bet counts for this year's US Open Golf Tournament as well as the top 3 liabilities. 

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Top 3 US Open bet counts:

1. Koepka for the 3-peat (+850)

2. Tiger (+1000)

3. Dustin Johnson (+800)

Top 3 liabilities:

1. Mickelson (+3300)

2. Tiger (+1000)

3. Fleetwoood (+3300)

The liabilities may have fewer bet counts but the amount of money wagered multiplied by the odds is much higher.

Woods Masters win was the biggest futures loss in BetOnline's 20 year history.

Wagering on this year's US Open is available before and after each round with odds updated daily.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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