먹튀검증Refund Bets Worth $150,000 On So You Think

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Leading online bookmaker먹튀검has refunded more than $150,000 to Australian punters who were stung and stunned when champion horse So You Think was beaten in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot overnight.

“We think it’s only fair to refund bets on So You Think to Aussie punters,” sportsbet’s Haydn Lane said.

“Absolutely nothing went right for him and given the way the race unfolded it was a mighty effort to stick on as well as he did.

“The loss was certainly a dent to Aussie pride, but hopefully this move will help numb the pain a little for those who backed him.”

So You Think has eased from $2.50 out to $3.00 for the upcoming King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, while Rewilding, So You Think’s nemesis from the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, has firmed from $13 into $5.00.

So You Think has also drifted slightly from $3.50 to $4.00 for the Prix De L’Arc de Triomphe but remains the favourite.

The refund applies to all bets up to $100 on So You Think to win the 2022 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes.

Expert and Celebrity AFL Footy Tips Round 13

Here is how the experts, or so called experts see round 13 of the 2022 AFL season.

This weeks experts tips look fairly similar with only one or two differences.

I like Tony Leonards tips this week, he looks to have the margins about right and has tipped a close game between Melbourne and Freo.

All tipsters have tipped a blow out for the Hawks V Suns game this weekend. The -71 points margin is currently paying $2.10 at Sportsbet were they will give you a $200 bonus bet for making an new account. See more details on this offer here.

Phil Mickelson Backed To Take Out The US Open

With his long time nemesis, Tiger Woods, sitting on the sidelines, punters have launched a huge betting plunge on Phil Mickelson for the US Open backing the five times runner up into joint favourite at $13.

Sportingbet Australia CEO Michael Sullivan said Mickelson had been backed from $16 to $13 and would take out over $1m if he won his first US Open after being the bridesmaid so often in the past.

“The plunge started with a bet of $10,000 at $16 on Tuesday and then we took a bet of $40,000 each way at $15 on Wednesday and the money has just kept coming,” Sullivan said.

“Having finished runner up five times, you would think his chances of winning the US Open would be just about gone and this looks like his best chance of finally adding one to the trophy cabinet.

“With Tiger on the sidelines, Mickelson will be the big draw card this year and punters have no doubt he is the man to beat.”

Mickelson is joint favourite with Lee Westwood at $13 but Sullivan said away from Mickelson, punters were looking for a little value.

“We have taken bets to win $50,000 on Rory McIlroy at $21, Steve Stricker at $26 and Martin Kaymer at $29,” he said.

“There has also been good money for K.J. Choi and Hunter Mahan.”

Sullivan said the best backed of the Australians had been rising star Jason Day and the experienced Robert Allenby.

“Day is the shortest of the Aussies at $41 along with Adam Scott and he has been well supported while Robert Allenby has been backed from $126 to $101 with one bet to win $37,500,” he said.

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