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2010 Masters Power Rankings

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Apr/05/2010
2010 Masters Power Rankings

For those of you looking to place a bet on this week's Masters Golf Tournament, it is an absolute must to review the 2010 Masters Power Rankings as provided to Gambling911.com by BetUS.com, one of the leading online gambling websites taking bets on Tiger Woods and the Masters. 

Tiger Woods does not come in on top of the 2010 Masters Power Rankings where BetUS.com is concerned.

D.S. Williamsson, Analyst for the BetUS.com website:

"Man, he looked good and sounded good in Monday's press conference. Really, really good. The truth is that his new-found calmness can work either way. If he doesn't have the right emotions going, he might not play well. If he does, then he might turn into jerk-off Tiger again. Either way, at the odds of +450, he became a somewhat better wager than he was at +300 last week...somewhat."

On top of Williamson's list is Ireland's Padraig Harrington.

"Padraig Harrington +1500 - - The good news about Paddy's play in the Shell Houston Open is that he started off shooting a 69 in the first two rounds. The bad news is that he shot a 72 and 77 in rounds 3 and 4. Of course, my thinking is that Paddy used the 3rd and 4th rounds to try out some new shots. He should be much tighter this week at Augusta."

Harrington would pay out $1500 for every $100 bet at BetUS.com with a 2010 Masters win.

Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson come in 2nd and 3rd, respectively, atop the BetUS.com 2010 Masters Power Rankings.

"Phil still has only finished in the Top 10 once this year and that was at Pebble Beach," Williamson said of Mickelson.  He felt more confident about Els' chances.  "Els is still the hottest and most focused golfer in the world right now. Bet against him at your own risk, my friends."

Then there is the long shot Anthony Kim who BetUS.com ranks at number 6: "Kim is a serious threat to win the Masters because he holds the record for the most birdies in a single round, 11."

Kim would also pay out a whopping $3000 for every $100 bet if he were to win the 2010 Masters Golf Tournament.

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Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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