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Betting on the 2009 US Open: Things You Should Know

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/17/2009
Betting on the 2009 US Open

For those of you betting on the 2009 US Open, Gambling911.com presents the following important pointers that hopefully will result in a profit: .  A $10 bet on one of these long shots could pay out $3500

1.     Betting odds on the 2009 US Open are normally updated each evening after tournament play, Thursday through Saturday (and of course early odds are available leading into Thursday's play).  Some of you will place your bets on the individual who is leading after the first day's play.  If you're betting anyone other than Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson, chances are the oddsmakers won't move off the original number too much after only one day of play.  If you wait until Friday evening to bet a hot contender, you'll probably end up getting much shorter odds.  You may want to place a bet on the top three leaders after Day One at three different online sportsbooks found here at Gambling911.com.  Just be sure to get the best payout odds by comparing the different online gambling websites. 

2.      Bet on Tiger Woods later.  That's if he's behind.  Tiger has a way of creeping up during the final two days.  After Day 1, oddsmakers probably won't move Tiger's odds much even if he's in last place.  By Day 2, they'll probably give him longer odds if he doesn't appear in contention.  We suggest a bet on Tiger Woods after Day 2 play whether he's on top of his game or not.  If he gets off to a hot start, he'll probably have much shorter odds than the near 2/1 he's getting heading into Thursday.

3.      When betting on the 2009 US Open, consider high paying long shots.  We've seen a few listed around $35,000 for every $100 bet. .  A $10 bet on one of these long shots could pay out $3500.  We here at Gambling911.com LOVE THOSE ODDS.

4.     Bet on Phil Mickelson. At 10/1 odds early on the sentimental favorite and the value is too good to pass up. 

Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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