The Memorial Tournament 2022 Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 31, 2022

Before we get into The Memorial Tournament 2022 betting preview, let’s take a look at what happened the previous week.

Another week and another tournament that needed more than 72 holes before we could name a champion. Scottie Scheffler battled his way down the stretch to force the playoff at Colonial, only to lose to Sam Burns on the first extra hole.

That exciting finish followed the exciting end to the PGA Championship, and it all sets us up for Jack Nicklaus’s tournament at The Memorial this weekend.

It’s not quite the field we had at the PGA, nor what we’ll see at the U.S. Open in a couple of weeks. But this is one of the bigger non-majors of the season, and many of the best golfers are in Ohio at Muirfield Village to tee it up.

Favorites to Win The Memorial

  • Jon Rahm (+1000)
  • Rory McIlroy (+1100)
  • Patrick Cantlay (+1600)
  • Xander Schauffele (+1800)
  • Collin Morikawa (+2000)
  • Jordan Spieth (+2000)
  • Cameron Smith (+2200)
  • Matt Fitzpatrick (+2500)
  • Shane Lowry (+2500)
  • Viktor Hovland (+2500)

Flashback to a year ago, and Jon Rahm is almost a certain winner as he mowed through the field through three rounds. Then he tested positive for COVID-19, and by rule, he was forced to withdraw. Patrick Cantlay went on to win at -13, while Rahm had to watch on television sporting his -18 through 54 holes.

Do you think Rahm is ready to get back after this course? You bet he is, and this is why he is one of the top bets to win The Memorial.

Rory McIlroy has yet to put together four great rounds in a row, but the flashes of the old Rory that we’ve seen over the last few weeks makes it seem like that complete tournament win is just around the corner. He has a pair of top-10s at The Memorial, but he has played better here than his final results would indicate.

In his last three tournaments, McIlroy was eighth at the PGA, fifth at the Wells Fargo Championship, and second at the Masters.

The Memorial Tournament 2022 Betting Preview

As mentioned above, Patrick Cantlay is the defending The Memorial Tournament champion here, even if his 2021 tournament win was tainted because of the forced withdrawal of Rahm. But he also won here in 2019, and he shot a -19 that year. There is no asterisk next to that victory.

Yes, he was atrocious at the PGA Championship, missing the cut at +11. But in his two tournaments before that, he was the winner in New Orleans and the runner-up at the RBC Heritage.

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Coca-Cola 600 2022 Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 25, 2022

After a weekend All-Star getaway that saw Ryan Blaney take home the checkered flag, the Cup Series gets back to business this weekend with its longest race of the season, the Coca-Cola 600.

Since 1960 NASCAR has been racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway and at 600 miles. And not only is this race unique on the circuit for its distance, but it’s also the only race that begins in the sunlight and ends under the lights at night.

Favorites to Win Coca-Cola 600

  • Kyle Larson (+450)
  • Kyle Busch (+650)
  • Chase Elliott (+750)
  • Martin Truex Jr. (+900)
  • Ryan Blaney (+1000)
  • William Byron (+1000)
  • Denny Hamlin (+1000)
  • Ross Chastain (+1000)
  • Tyler Reddick (+1400)
  • Christopher Bell (+1500)

Kyle Larson won this race last year, the first of three straight wins that ended up catapulting him to the Cup Series championship. He opened the week tied with Kyle Busch atop the favorites board but has since put a little space between himself and Busch.

Kyle Busch was third two weeks ago in Kansas, seventh in Dover, and in April, he had four starts, four top-10 finishes, and a win at Bristol. At the Coca-Cola 600 race last year, Busch finished third. He was fourth in 2020, third in 2019, and he was the winner in 2018.

Even after his 29th place finish in Kansas, Chase Elliott remains the season’s overall points leader. Prior to that race, he was fifth at Darlington, the winner at Dover and seventh at Talladega. At the Coca-Cola 600, Elliott finished as the runner-up in each of the previous two years.

Coca-Cola 600 2022 Betting Preview

Best Value Bets

Kevin Harvick, paying +3000, is still without a win in 2022, and he definitely isn’t an obvious choice in this one. But he races well at Charlotte, finishing in the top-10 in each of his last two starts here. And while Harvick hasn’t won this season, he has been racing well of late.

He was fourth at Dover three weeks ago, the third of three straight top-10 finishes. He also has three other top-10s this season and runner-up at Richmond.

A longer shot that might be worth considering is Ricky Stenhouse Jr, paying +6000. He’s also without a win in 2022, but like Harvick, he has been close. He has four top-10 finishes this season, with three of them coming in his last five starts.

At this race in 2020, he finished fourth, improving on his fifth-place finish in 2019. He’s finished in the top-10 at Charlotte three times and in the top-20 a total of 12 times.

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Charles Schwab Challenge Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 24, 2022

As some of the golf world collects its breath after a thrilling end to the PGA Championship last weekend, an invitation-only field will play Colonial this week at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Last week Jordan Spieth referred to the Charles Schwab Challenge course at Southern Hills as, “Colonial, just a little bit on steroids.” So presumably, this will be a more relaxed weekend. It’s also a weekend of golf that most of the Tour is familiar with, as this is the 75th tournament at Colonial – the longest-running PGA Tour event held at the same course.

Favorites to Win Charles Schwab Challenge

  • Justin Thomas (+1100)
  • Jordan Spieth (+1200)
  • Scottie Scheffler (+1200)
  • Collin Morikawa (+1800)
  • Will Zalatoris (+2000)
  • Viktor Hovland (+2200)
  • Max Homa (+2800)
  • Sam Burns (+2800)
  • Abraham Ancer (+3300)
  • Daniel Berger (+3300)
  • Sungjae Im (+3300)
  • Tony Finau (+3300)
  • Webb Simpson (+3300)

Apart from shooting a 58, there isn’t much Justin Thomas could do this weekend to top the weekend he just had. But if anyone can get back up and focused for a tournament as the newly minted PGA Champion, it’s a golfer like Thomas. He is the Charles Schwab Challenge favorite, and rightfully so.

Almost no one in the field knows this course better than Jordan Spieth, and no one who knows it well plays it better than him. He won Charles Schwab Challenge in 2016, and he’s been the runner-up at Colonial three other times. He’s also motivated after a disappointing weekend at Southern Hills.

It was unfortunate timing for Scottie Scheffler to show his mortality, but even after missing the cut last week, he is still the No. 1 ranked golfer in the world and a good bet to win every time he tees it up.

And yes, every tournament, we say, “Will Zalatoris is primed to get his first Tour victory this weekend,” and my how close we came to being right last weekend. He was just a playoff away from winning the PGA, and he is primed to get his first Tour victory this weekend. Really.

Charles Schwab Challenge Betting Preview

Best Value Bets

None of the above favorites will result in a big return for your risk, but Tommy Fleetwood would, at +4000. He’s never played Charles Schwab Challenge before, but he’s coming off a T5 at the PGA, and he was the co-leader on Sunday with a 67.

Mito Pereira is also paying +4000, and all eyes will be on him this week to see how he responds to losing the PGA Championship. His 72nd hole at the PGA wasn’t quite a Jean van de Velde-level meltdown, but losing a major tournament that you were poised to win can leave a mark.

Or, you can turn it into a positive. We shall see with Pereira.

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Preakness Stakes 2022 Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 18, 2022

There will be no Triple Crown winner in 2022, as Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike is not in the relatively small field of the Preakness. In fact, down from the 20 horses that raced at Churchill Downs, we have just nine starters for this weekend at Pimlico.

There are, however, five horses at Pimlico that also ran in Kentucky, including the runner-up to Rich Strike, Epicenter.

Post Positions and Odds to Win 2022 Preakness Stakes

  1. Simplification (6-1)
  2. Creative Minister (10-1)
  3. Fenwick (50-1)
  4. Secret Oath (9-2)
  5. Early Voting (7-2)
  6. Happy Jack (30-1)
  7. Armagnac (12-1)
  8. Epicenter (6-5)
  9. Skippylongstocking (20-1)

No surprise that Epicenter is the favorite in this race. He’s finished first or second in each of his last six races, including that second-place finish at the Kentucky Derby, and this is easily the best horse in the field.

Early Voting is next in the early odds, running at 7-2. He has two wins in three starts and was just a neck away from making it a clean sweep.

Trainer Chad Brown chose to skip the Derby in 2017, winning the Preakness with Cloud Computing. Early Voting was also held out of the Derby, and it’s entirely possible the strategy will also pay off this year.

Secret Oath is third on the board at 9-2. She beat a great field to win the Kentucky Oaks and is trained by D. Wayne Lukas, a six-time Preakness winner. Secret Oath is trying to become the seventh filly to win this race.

The fourth-place finisher at the Kentucky Derby, Simplification, is the fourth betting favorite at the Preakness. The first post is not an ideal spot for a horse that likes to close fast and strong and would prefer to save his speed for after he’s cleared the field.

Preakness Stakes 2022 Betting Preview

Good Value Bets

In a small field like this, anyone can win. But there are a few long shots with a much better chance to pull off the upset and net you a tidy profit.

The best of the non-favorites is Creative Minister, who isn’t really a longshot at 10-1. He’s only raced three times in his career and won two of them. He was on the undercard at the Kentucky Derby and his trainer, Ken McPeek, was a winner at the Preakness two years ago.

Armagnac, as 12-1, has the next lowest odds. But if you’re looking to place a bet on a longer shot to win, it’s worth noting that twice this year Armagnac lost to Happy Jack, who is paying 30-1. Happy Jack finished 14th at the Kentucky Derby, and his sire, Oxbow, won the Preakness in 2013.

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PGA Championship 2022 Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 17, 2022

Typically the winner of the PGA Championship isn’t a surprise. It’s generally someone playing very good golf leading into the tournament and someone who is highly ranked headed into the tournament. These are two of the reasons that what Phil Mickelson did at Kiawah Island in 2021 was so surprising. The +25000 longshot was T69 the week before his big triumph.

Even Collin Morikawa, who was only playing in his second-ever Major when he won in 2020, had a win at the Workday Charity Open just three weeks earlier.

This isn’t to say we should only focus on the favorites. Mickelson’s can happen. But the odds are good that Sunday’s eventual PGA Championship winner will be someone playing his best golf.

Favorites to win PGA Championship

  • Jon Rahm (+1200)
  • Scottie Scheffler (+1200)
  • Justin Thomas (+1400)
  • Rory McIlroy (+1400)
  • Collin Morikawa (+1800)
  • Jordan Spieth (+1800)
  • Cameron Smith (+2200)
  • Patrick Cantlay (+2200)
  • Dustin Johnson (+2500)
  • Viktor Hovland (+2500)
  • Xander Schauffele (+2500)

If you’re looking to wager on someone playing his top golf, Scottie Scheffler is as good a bet as there is in the field. He’s playing his best golf and the best golf of anyone on the planet. The Masters champion finished T8 at the PGA last year and a career-best T4 in 2020.

Jon Rahm recently lost his No. 1 ranking to Scheffler, but the reigning U.S. Open champion has yet to drop behind Scheffler on the odds board. His best-ever finish at the PGA was a T4 in 2018. He was T8 last year.

Among this top group, we also have former PGA Championship winners Justin Thomas (2017) and Rory McIlroy (2012 and 2014). As the defending PGA Championship champion last year, Morikawa finished T8.

PGA Championship Betting Preview

Best Value Picks

Remove his Masters performances the last two years, and it’s easy to think of Brooks Koepka as one of the PGA Championship favorites here. He’s paying +4200 as a two-time PGA winner (2018 and 2019), and the two-time U.S. Open winner (2017 and 2018) was great at all of the Majors a year ago except for Augusta. He was T2 at the PGA, T4 at the U.S. Open and T6 at The Open Championship.

Corey Conners is also worth a look at +4500. His lone Tour win came at the Valero Texas Open in 2019, so he’s probably well off your radar. But last year, he finished T8 at the Masters, T17 at the PGA, and T15 at the Open Championship. He also just finished T6 at the Masters last month.

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NASCAR at Kansas Speedway 2022 Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 11, 2022

In the final race before NASCAR has its all-star break, the drivers make their annual stop at the Kansas Speedway on the Kansas side of Kansas City.

Sadly the name Buschy McBusch Race, as it was known for the regular-season race here in 2021, has been replaced. Now the race in Kansas is known as the AdventHealth 400. That’s 400.5 total miles driven and 267 laps around the tri-oval.

Favorite to Win the NASCAR AdventHealth 400

  • Kyle Larson (+700)
  • Kyle Busch (+700)
  • Denny Hamlin (+700)
  • Chase Elliott (+700)
  • William Byron (+1000)
  • Ross Chastain (+1000)
  • Martin Truex Jr. (+1000)
  • Joey Logano (+1200)
  • Ryan Blaney (+1400)
  • Tyler Reddick (+1600)
  • Alex Bowman (+1600)

The four drivers bunched at the top are likely to separate on the odds board before this race is run this weekend, so keep an eye on that before you place any NASCAR bets.

However, a bet on Denny Hamlin, no matter the number, is going to be a good one. He won on this track in 2019 and 2020, and he finished fifth in last year’s playoff race that was held here.

It is worth noting that in that playoff race last October, it was Kyle Larson taking the checkered flag. However, that is his one and only win in Kansas.

He finished third and fourth in the two races here in 2018, but in last year’s regular-season race, he finished 19th. He was 14th in the race before that.

Chase Elliott is also a worthy favorite. He won here in 2018 and has finished fourth, second, sixth, fifth, and second since that race.

NASCAR at Kansas Speedway Betting Preview

Best Value Bets

If you’re looking to take a chance on a longshot, think about Austin Cindric at +6000. It’s a hefty payday if it hits, and here’s why it might: The young driver remains largely unknown, except on intermediate NASCAR tracks like the one in Kansas.

He’s run five races on this type of track, and it’s been the type where he shows the most improvement from starting position to finishing position.

Like last year at Kansas, when he began 38th but finished 22nd. He has shown the ability to gain on the field, and as his starting positions continue to improve, so will his finishes.

Also at +6000 is Aric Almirola, who has never won in Kansas, but he does have seven top-10 finishes here. He’s also had four top-10 finishes this NASCAR season, including Martinsville, Las Vegas, California, and Daytona.

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AT&T Byron Nelson Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 10, 2022

We have just a week to go before the second major championship of the season, the PGA Championship. But before the best golfers in the world tee off at Southern Hills, there is one more tournament to look at – AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas.

The field isn’t as star-studded as next week’s, but seven of the best golfers in the world will be at the AT&T Byron Nelson this weekend, including the top golfer in the world, Scottie Scheffler, and there is a $9,100,000 prize purse at stake.

Favorites to Win AT&T Byron Nelson Preview

  • Scottie Scheffler (+700)
  • Justin Thomas (+900)
  • Will Zalatoris (+1400)
  • Dustin Johnson (+1800)
  • Xander Schauffele (+1800)
  • Jordan Spieth (+2200)
  • Sam Burns (+2200)
  • Hideki Matsuyama (+3500)
  • Joaquin Niemann (+3500)
  • Seamus Power (+3500)

The only way that Scottie Scheffler isn’t the favorite in any tournament on the schedule is if he doesn’t play. He’s won four of his last six individual tournaments, and he is taking no prisoners in this final tuneup before the PGA Championship. He’s atop the world rankings, and he’s been No. 1 in the FedExCup Standings since the first week of March.

It’s now been 14 months since Justin Thomas won a tournament, but his T8 at the Masters and T3 at the Valspar make him one of the favorites. Thomas will get into the winner’s circle again this year. It’s only a matter of time.

Will Zalatoris lives just up the road in Dallas, and at 19th in the FedExCup Standings, he is the highest-ranked player who is still in search of a first career victory. We’ve been talking about him getting that win for years now, but he’s coming off a T6 at the Masters and a T4 at the Zurich Classic, and we really mean it this time. He is going to win soon.

AT&T Byron Nelson Betting Preview

Best Value Bets

Jason Day is paying +5500, which are longer odds than you would expect for someone with four top-10 finishes at the Byron Nelson, including a win in 2010. He did miss the cut here last year, but his history of playing well at TPC Craig Ranch is enough to consider him a good bet.

Cameron Champ is paying +6500 for a W at AT&T Byron Nelson, which is excellent value for someone who seems to be figuring it all out at the moment. He missed five cuts early in the season, but a T10 at the Masters and a T6 at the Mexico Open makes him one to watch.

You might also want to take a flier on Sung Kang, paying +50000. He’s a member of TPC Craig Ranch and has been playing here for more than a decade. When it comes to AT&T Byron Nelson course familiarity, no one beats him.

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Making Communication Between You and Your Clients Easier

by WagerHome Blog on May 4, 2022

When you own a small business, no matter what the industry, being able to perform efficient communication between you and customers is key. Being able to understand their needs, so you are better equipped to meet those needs is what defines success.

In a static industry, communication is important. In a dynamic industry like sports gaming, it can be everything. Trends change in the industry, which changes the needs and desires of your customers, which you only know about if you are able to adequately keep open the lines of communication.

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Making Communication Between You and Your Clients Easier

That is why WagerHome’s client interface now comes with a private messaging system that allows you to speak with each of your clients on a one-to-one basis. You can still communicate with all of them with company-wide announcements that will keep them all abreast of any changes you are making.

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You give your clients access to 24-hour sports betting, casino betting, and horse racing, and giving them a fast and easy way to communicate is only natural.

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2022 Kentucky Derby Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on May 4, 2022

It is the most exciting two minutes in sports, and this Saturday, the Kentucky Derby will be run for the 148th time, kicking off horse racing’s Triple Crown.

So put on your fancy hat, pour yourself a mint julep, and join the 160,000 fans in attendance with the singing of “My Old Kentucky Home.” Then cheer like mad for the Kentucky Derby horse where you put your money.

2022 Kentucky Derby Betting Odds

  1. Mo Donegal (10-1)
  2. Happy Jack (30-1)
  3. Epicenter (7-2)
  4. Summer is Tomorrow (30-1)
  5. Smile Happy (20-1)
  6. Messier (8-1)
  7. Crown Pride (20-1)
  8. Charge It (20-1)
  9. Tiz the Bomb (30-1)
  10. Zandon (3-1)
  11. Pioneer of Medina (30-1)
  12. Taiba (12-1)
  13. Simplification (20-1)
  14. Barber Road (30-1)
  15. White Abarrio (10-1)
  16. Cyberknife (20-1)
  17. Classic Causeway (30-1)
  18. Tawny Port (30-1)
  19. Zozos (20-1)
  20. Ethereal Road (30-1)

Zandon is the pre-race Kentucky Derby favorite, breaking from the 10th post at 3-1 odds. Zandon is a closer who is coming off a win at the Blue Grass Stakes.

Something to note on Zandon is that he will spend the least amount of time in the starting gates since the horses are loaded 1 and 11, 2 and 12, and so on. The final two horses to be loaded in are 10 and 20.

Epicenter, at 7-2, is next among the favorites and might have even taken the top spot had he been given a more favorable post. He’s won four of his last five races, including the Louisiana Derby in March.

The only other horse with single-digit odds is the Canadian-bred Messier. In February, he won the Robert B. Lewis stakes at Santa Anita and followed that up with a Grade I second-place finish at Santa Anita in April.

Following those three horses, there are a pair of contenders at 10-1, Mo Donegal and White Abarrio. A winner of four of his last five starts, White Abarrio won the Florida Derby, the Hot Bull Stakes, and was third in last year’s Kentucky Jockey Club at Churchill Downs.

It’s also worth noting that White Abbario is in the 15th starting post, which is the same spot Authentic won from in 2020 – one of three Derby winners in the last ten years to race from 15th.

Longer Shots to Consider

It’s a wide-open field, which makes this a perfect race to bet on horses with longer odds.

Like Cyberknife, at 20-1. He dominated in a win at the Arkansas Derby and has been coming into his own these last few months.

Barber Road, paying 30-1, has finished in the money at three graded stakes races this year and appears to be on the verge of finally getting to the wire first.

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More Player Options Means More Profit

by WagerHome Blog on May 3, 2022

One of the biggest hurdles to being a successful independent bookmaker is the lack of options that you can offer your customers when you are running a one-person shop.

Too many options, like sports and betting types, can become overwhelming. So you keep it manageable, which eventually makes it really hard to keep your customers.

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More Player Options Means More Profit

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Opening multiple revenue streams is the name of the game, but with just the one partnership with WagerHome, you also become the manager of your own casino.

The standard membership comes with 24/7 access to WagerHome’s huge online casino, as well as the live dealer games featured in Blackjack, Roulette, and Baccarat.

The WagerHome platform is fast enough and nimble enough for multiple live dealer games to be played at the same time and with absolutely no lag. And the casino is large enough that your customers will have access to a huge selection of slot machines and table games, and they will always have something new to play.

Add in WagerHome’s worldwide racebook, and there is nothing in the gaming world that you can’t offer your customers.

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