Congrats to John O’Shea on his great run in the WSOP Main Event. I must admit to being very impressed with the fact that John needed to finish around 12th in the main event to get out on the trip. Such a pity he couldn’t catch a few breaks inside the last 200.Would of made for some ending to the documentary Setanta are shooting about John.
I played the Munster Masters in Tramore last weekend. The €250 buy in tournament only got 50 runners and I finished 6th for a little over double the buy in. While the numbers were small, it was an enjoyable game with a good structure.
I lost a big pot with about 15 players left and never really
recovered. Being in shove mode for so long it was inevitable that I’d
get called at some stage and in reality I was a bit fortunate to even
make the money.
I’ll be on lock-down mode this weekend watching the Open
Championship. This is my favourite weeks golf of the year and I’ll be
glued to the TV savoring every minute of the forty or so hours coverage.
I’m not going to try tipping a winner as I’m a bit perplexed and
don’t really have a strong fancy. I had a few small speculative bets on
the outright markets, but will mainly play that in running.
A couple of bets I’ll be having on other markets include; Mark
Leishman at 10/1 for a top twenty finish with Boylesports. Leishman is a
recent winner on the PGA tour and a player goes a bit under the radar.
He’s generally over priced as is the case this week and is in the form
of his life.
I’ll also be having a decent punt on Ben Curtis for his opening day
three ball against two players woefully out of form in Trevor Immelman
and Paul Casey. 18-hole three ball markets aren’t usually a place that I
often get involved in, but this one looks too good to pass up.