SBR’s Week’s Best Bets

Let’s take a look at what’s going on in the world of sports this week with a view towards prospering financially from our prodigious powers of prognostication. Make sure to get over to Sportsbookreview and check out SBR Picks and SBR Odds.

The Masters

It’s an annual rite of spring that we get to see the greatest golfers on the planet ply their trade at one of the most sublime and hallowed courses in all the land, Augusta National. And while we all have opinions on which player will ultimately add a green jacket to their wardrobe, things get far more interesting when we back those convictions up with cold hard cash. Without further ado, let’s check out some unique betting opportunities at the Masters this week.

The golfing world is breathless in anticipation of witnessing the world’s most popular – and most infamous – golfer trying to rekindle the magic of his youth when Tiger Woods tees it up for his 21st appearance at Augusta. As many of you know, Woods is making a comeback and looked sharp in his last event when he tied for 5th place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, shooting 10 under par but still eight strokes behind the winner Rory McIlroy. If you want action on Tiger then look no further than BetOnline offering props galore on Woods as well as many others. Here is just a sample:

Tiger Woods 1st Round Score

Over 70½ Strokes -150

Under 70½ Strokes +120

Tiger Woods 2nd Round Score

Over 70½ Strokes -145

Under 70½ Strokes +115

Tiger Woods 3rd Round Score

Over 70½ Strokes -140

Under 70½ Strokes +110

Tiger Woods 4th Round Score

Over 70½ Strokes -140

Under 70½ Strokes +110

Tiger Woods Tournament Score

Over 282½ Strokes -145

Under 282½ Strokes +115

Those are just a few of the dozens of Masters prop bets that you will find. Of course, there are odds on each and every golfer to win the Masters, Tiger Woods is currently the sixth choice at +1475 over at 5Dimes, as well as many more.

Play Ball!

The baseball season is here and the Boys of Summer are shaking off the rust from a long offseason. This weekend delivers several intriguing series and below we take a peek at the most compelling for your viewing and wagering pleasure.

Mets vs. Nationals – These NL East rivals will tangle in DC as Washington, currently undefeated as of this Tuesday morning writing, welcome the Mets to Nationals Park. New York will avoid Nats’ ace Max Scherzer but will get No. 2 man Stephen Strasburg on Thursday afternoon with the three-game set resuming by way of a Saturday matinee featuring Gio Gonzalez opposed by Jacob deGrom. Sunday’s series finale will see Washington’s Tanner Roark duel the Mets’ Steven Matz. The season is young but these games count just like those in September so check these divisional rivals out and if you’ve got a hunch – bet a bunch!

Reds vs. Pirates – You wouldn’t think that this four-game set, beginning on Thursday and concluding on Sunday, would be of interest to anybody outside the Cincinnati and Pittsburgh area codes but you would be wrong. The Pirates are the only team, aside from the Nationals, currently undefeated and although the season is in its infancy, the fan base in Pittsburgh is

getting revved up for their Pirates. As far as a betting perspective is concerned, the oddsmakers may be giving a bit too much love to the upstart Bucs and a case could be made that there will be plenty of value on the Reds throughout this series. 

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