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november 26th 10.46
Three tournaments from around the globe for me this week but only four bets - no point in getting carried away after last weeks success!
In Japan it's the Casio World Open and all the big boys have departed the Japanese shores so we have what is a more regular tour event. In Yusaku Miyazato I have gone for a player with a stellar record in this event with finishes of 21/4/6/15/16/2/9/7 at the Kochi Kuroshio course. It took him a long time to win on tour - finally coming good at last years tour ending event which he defends next week and that win came on the back of an improving run of form. He came out all guns blazing in April and quickly won his second title in the tour opening event. He has been coming to hand in recent weeks with finishes of 10th and 6th in stronger events and I can see him contending this week again £50 ew 40/1
Staying in the Far East the Asian tour moves to Thailand for the Kings Cup and I have gone for the Thai version of John Daly Udorn Duangdecha. The Thai veteran doesn't seem to travel much or play much these days but his form around Singha Park Khon Kaen is second to none. Most people know he was 1st in 2010 and 4th in 2012 but he was also 1st and 4th in 2011 and 2012 in the Singha Esan Open beating one of this weeks favourites Meesawat both times. Most form guides will only show a 48th two weeks ago in the Chiangmai Classic but in recent months he has won twice on the Thai tour. I have had a little difficulty getting on but have had to settle for £50 win 80 Betfair £6 ew 80/1 £12.50 top 5 16/1
Last but not least we have the Cape Town Open in South Africa where I think two players are well overpriced where the three favourites are all single digit prices.
Jake Roos admits to playing defensive in his last few starts on the Challenge tour aiming to maintain his place in the top fifteen and hence get his full European tour card which he succeeded in doing. He is ready this week to play his more attacking style which
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