Odds to Win 2019 Masters

You have just finished a three week March Madness binge that ended with the first Monday of April and the 2019 college basketball championship game. That followed with a Tuesday afternoon and evening focus of the early stages of the 2019 Major League Baseball season. A sport that is in just the second full week of regular slated action. Furthermore it is Thursday and you are doing everything to sneak as many peeks as you can from your office desk. Those “peeks” are in relation to the 2019 Masters from Augusta, Georgia. Odds to Win 2019 Masters: March Madness binge is over.

NFL and college football are for the most part an afterthought in April. The noise you hear and listen to at the office water-cooler about it being a slow time of the year from sports makes you smile.

The NBA playoffs are ready to tip off on Saturday (April 13), your favorite Major League Baseball team is in first place, hopefully, and Tiger Woods has made the cut for the final two rounds at Augusta National.

A “slow time” in the sports world?

Are you kidding me?

It sneaks up on us every year. The week that begins with the final college basketball game of the season. Includes April Major League Baseball. And the best of the National Basketball Association season, the playoffs.  Finally, the pièce de résistance, “The Masters” at Augusta National Golf Course.

In truth it doesn’t get much better than this for us sports junkies.

The SuperBook of Las Vegas, Westgate, updated Odds to Win 2019 Masters:

 

 


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Tony Finn

Tony "Fish" Finn has been advising clients for over two decades and after nearly 22 years he continues to lead a group of both North American and World Sports specialists covering games and or matches from coast to coast. His team of consultants and sources form a global web that are unmatched in World Wide events.

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