Two Big Price Winners This Weekend

| September 28, 2010 | 4 Replies

Well, well, well…

It’s not every day that you back a 10/1 winner…

It’s not every day that you back a 16/1 winner…

But to back one of each over the course of a single weekend, that’s when you know your luck is in!

Even another bout of Hamilton road rage wasn’t enough to spoil proceedings.

Although, it does have to be said, the bookmakers didn’t half make it easy for us.

Neil Robertson was a frankly ludicrous price at 16/1 to lift the World Open.

This is the World Champion after all…

Not to mention a two time former winner of the event.

Then there was Ed Miliband at 10/1.

I tipped him way back in May, when the bookies thought that the Labour leadership race was a foregone conclusion.

Needless to say, a lot can happen in four months and Ed was always going to push his brother close.

The two results certainly brightened up my weekend and it’s been good to hear that they’ve brightened up some of yours as well.

John got in touch before Robertson brought home the bacon:

“Just want to say thanks for the great early tip on Ed Miliband. I got the 10/1 and I’m smiling all the way to the bank today.

Let’s hope Neil Robertson, can make it a great w’end.” – John B

And Wayne let me know about his snooker success:

“Also just like to say your tip on Neil Robertson was excellent and at 16/1 I had £3 each way making a very good profit thank you” – Wayne A

It’s always great to hear from my readers, so if you ever have anything to say about any of my tips, be it good, bad or indifferent, let me know…

As the BT advert says: “It’s good to talk”.

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A spent force?

He may have made it all the way to the final but Ronnie O’Sullivan once again failed to live up to the hype.

Sure, he was spectacular at times and don’t get me wrong, I think he’s a great player and incredibly entertaining to watch…

Just check out his first round 147.

But a favourite for every tournament going?

An 8/15 favourite for the final itself?

Do me a favour!

Ronnie has slipped to world number four for a reason…

He hasn’t won a ranking event for over a year…

And hasn’t won a major event since the Masters in January 2009.

What I’m about to say won’t go down well in certain circles and some people will think I’m downright mad…

But, it honestly wouldn’t surprise me if the ‘Rocket’ never won another major tournament.

His concentration is slipping…

His long game is not what it was…

And the standard of opposition has improved markedly in recent years.

Whisper it softly but as long as O’Sullivan remains a favourite with the bookies, he’s ripe for you and me to oppose.

An exciting new system in the pipeline

Before I go, I’d just like to give you a heads-up on a little something I’ve been working on.

As seasoned readers will be aware, we’ve had a great time of it on the cricket front of late, with three winning bets out of three.

They came in at 11/2, 11/4 and 3/1 and thanks to my system, I also selected Andrew Strauss in the one day series against Pakistan at 7/2.

These selections are anything but random and soon you’ll be able to find out exactly how I did it and how you could use this info to secure even more big profits.

I’m still putting the finishing touches to it but as soon as it’s up and running, you’ll be the first to know.

Best wishes,


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  1. Hughesy says:

    Matt cracking 16/1 winner. Well done. Shame I missed it. I really should make sure I read EVERYONE of your emails.

    Great work and keep it up.

  2. Steve says:

    Quality. I was in for a fiver on Ed and the same on Robertson. Funny think is I wanted David &Ronnie to actually win but some extra in the back pocket makes up for it. Keep it up.

  3. Bitz says:

    Also had a fiver on. Was hoping for a Gould win, or Gould/Robertson final but walking away with £65 profit can’t be bad!


  4. Matt Houghton Matt Houghton says:

    Yeah, it was a bit of a shame about Gould. He looked a good thing against Ebdon in the quarter’s but I guess experience told in the end.

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