No 15th bracelet for Phil Hellmuth yet at the 2017 World Series of Poker, though he just came very close.
2009 British Open
2009 British Open
Most of the online bookmakers didn't even offer odds on the old timer Tom Watson. The only thing that hurt the bookies was Watson coming in second to Stewart Cink, whose Tweeter followers are eno
The online sportsbooks were celebrating following a playoff showdown at the 2009 British Open featuring the most unlikely of golfers.
With the news that Tiger Woods has bowed out of the 2009 British Open, bookies the world over can breathe a tremendous sigh of relief. Typically more than half the bets on any Major Championship
Unlike a number of the golfers who were early favorites and now reduced to triple digit long shots after Day 1 action, oddsmakers were less inclined to touch Padraig Harrington. He was listed wit
Bet on Tiger Woods now! His 2009 British Open payout odds are the best we have ever seen Tiger listed at: Submitted by C Costigan on, Jul/16/2009
Gambling911.com really experienced great traffic over the last three days thanks to the one-two punch of this week's British Open and the World Series of Poker main event. It is truly gratifying
The 2009 British Open doesn't have to be just about betting on who the winner will be (albeit the payout can be extraordinary). Numerous other bets are being offered in conjunction with the Bri
Here are your comprehensive 2009 British Open odds where we review the best payout potentials when comparing different online bookmakers. These British Open betting odds have been updated as of 2
U.S. facing online bookmakers have begun to take notice of Rory McIlroy although some, like BetUS.com, still featured him among their "field" odds, with a payout potential of US$600 for every US$100 bet, which punters could also win should a few other low profile mostly unknown golfers win as well.
(Gambling911.com Marketing) - Gambling911.com has been enjoying a nice surge in traffic over the past few days thanks to the 2009 World Series of Poker and the upcoming British Open.
Who is betting what with the British Open? The 2009 British Open Betting odds give us some clue as we can watch drastic line changes. Remember, it is pertinent to Submitted by C Costigan on, Jul/14/2009
Bookmaker.com has finally released odds on the 2009 British Open, making them one of the last online sportsbooks to do so.
"Typically they are the first to release a line," said Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor of Gambling911.com. "Bookmaker.com is where the line originates, according to their slogan."
One thing Bookmaker.com offers that a lot of its competitors does not is British Open matchup betting.
Want to know who to bet on at the 2009 British Open? Why not hone in one the 2009 British Open Power Rankings.
Here are your latest 2009 British Open payout odds, keeping in mind that some online gambling websites may be offering payout odds that are $1000 or more than some of their competitors.
I am truly excited by the amount of Web traffic coming in for Gambling911.com's poker coverage, and it's not just the World Series of Poker that is helping to fuel things. Gambling911 has enjoyed
After a weekend in which the Canadian-based online gambling website took down its 2009 British Open betting odds Submitted by C Costigan on, Jul/13/2009
Odds to win the 2009 British Open have been updated as of Sunday night with many changes taking place and online sportsbook lines varying across the board. At the time of publication, a large m
What we have found here at Gambling911.com is that Ian Poulter is not getting the same type of love at the US facing online sportsbooks that he is getting from those based in Europe.
Remarkably quite a few of the online gambling websites have either not offered British Open betting or done so sporadically leading into the weekend prior to Thursday's start. Much of this has to
Okay let's face it, picking someone to win the 2009 British Open is almost like trying to win the lottery even if your odds are much better. Tiger Woods and Padraig Harrington will be the two mos
Earlier in the week, Gambling911.com featured a story on how Mixed Martial Arts and - more specifically UFC - betting could get hot.
Matt Youmans of the Las Vegas Review Journal spoke to a number of Las Vegas oddsmakers who claimed that, while the UFC continues to gain steam, it is probably less than 1 percent of Nevada's overall sports betting handle.
Las Vegas Hilton sports book director Jay Kornegay called the 1 percent estimate mostly accurate but deceiving.
Sergio Garcia had the second shortest odds of anyone appearing in this week's Open Championship golf tournament after Tiger Woods.
Garnering about 50 percent of the 2009 British Open betting action over the next few days will be none other than "favorite by default" Tiger Woods. It doesn't matter how well he's play
When Padraig Harrington won the 2007 Open Championship, he started off with very long betting odds while enjoying a massive fan base back home in his native Ireland. He ended up winning. Last y
The British Open ranks as the most bet on event in the United Kingdom. The popular golf tournament begins Thursday July 16.