Still bet on the same players tipped. They don’t usually change drastically in value after midday on a Tuesday. To avoid missing out on value it’s best to place your bets as soon as they are available.
I.e. If Jon Rahm had odds of 9/1, this is equivalent to a 10% chance of winning whereas Ian Poulter might have odds of 100/1, equivalent to just a 1% chance.
We then normalize those probabilities (make them add up to 100%) so Jon Rahm’s actual chances (as defined by the bookies) might be closer to 8% (depending on the market overround). You can see these numbers in the forecast table. Then adding up the normalized probabilities of our tips equates to roughly 22%.
Note: this means we should pick the winner 22% of the time (actually closer to 17% of the time due to the margins). However, as you can see from the profit graphs, we actually pick a winner closer to 30% of the time.
In the weekly email, and the profit graphs, we calculate the profits each week based on the best odds and terms available. If you made less money then you must not have used the best bookie for each tip.
We advise betting with all the available bookies if possible, although an acccount with the the 3 or 4 best bookies for golf should suffice - you can find out which bookies are best for golf here
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