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Online Golf Betting Sees Heartbreaker/Thriller! at Sports Gambling

Online golf betting fans enjoyed one of the greatest Masters Tournaments in recent memory as Angel Cabrera beat the odds on golf and his own playoff mistakes to win.
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Online golf betting handicappers saw the type of finish at Augusta that has been missing the past few years for those who bet the odds on golf.  Kenny Perry suffered one of the most heartbreaking losses in online golf betting history as it appeared as if the coveted green jacket was his to put on with two holes to play.

Perry led by 2 strokes heading to the 17th before an epic collapse that rivals Greg Norman’s infamous finishes of the past.  Those who had bet odds on golf with Perry suffered a truly “bad beat”.

The Masters ended in a three way tie between Cabrera, Perry, and Chad Campbell who each finished this online golf betting event with impressive scores of 12 under par.  In the first playoff round Cabrera appeared to have blown it on his tee shot which went into the woods.

Campbell, in fact, seemed to be well on his way to historic Butler Cabin to be fitted for the green jacket as he was set up in perfect position to win it.  While Cabrera was in the woods, Perry continued his online golf betting collapse with a bad second shot that was near a bunker.

Campbell, however, wilted under the intense pressure of the 18th green and failed to close the deal in the online golf betting event while Cabrera sunk a do or die putt for a remarkable comeback to set up another playoff round on the 10th hole with Perry.

Perry once again failed to hold steady as he basically lost his final online golf betting opportunity for redemption by ending up in the woods.

Cabrera picked up online golf betting confidence and momentum and closed the deal with a par 4 to win a most improbable but thrilling victory not just for himself but for his homeland of Argentina.  It was an online golf betting event that will live on as a legendary part of Masters lore.

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