Today’s Paul Hunter Classic Snooker Matches

With a total prize fund of an impressive ‎€126,877 the annual Paul Hunter Classic snooker tournament is one that every player taking part in it wants to win, but as a tournament that does attract some of the best players, winning it does take a lot of skill and talent.

Today’s if course day two of that major snooker tournament, and as one of our top rated betting sites that being Bruce Betting, have just gone live with their early prices on each of today’s matches, I want to give you a few pointers as to just which matches and much more importantly just which players may be worth backing today!

Kyren Wilson v Chen Feilong is one match that I think has to be one of the most one-sided matches of the day, for it is Wilson that should take that match with relative ease and as far as the odds you can secure on that match they are 1/12 on a Wilson win and 6/1 on a Feilong win!

A match that does have slightly betting odds available, on the red hot favourite to win it, is the Gary Wilson v John Astley that will be starting quite early in the morning today, it is Wilson who can be backed at odds of 2/5 and should win that match, but never underestimate the chances of Astley who can be backed at odds of 9/5 over at the Bruce Betting site.

Gerard Greene v Soner Sari

You will have to decide for yourself whether it is going to be worth betting on the Gerard Greene v Soner Sari match today,

Much more so if it is the former player that you fancy backing, for his win odds are just 1/14 which even though he should win, will mean you have to place some big bets to get a decent winning pay-out,  but the odds on Sari though are fair at 13/2.

Other Paul Hunter Matches Today

The odds you are going to be offered by Bruce Betting on the Ashley Carty v Jake Nicholson match could be tempting, dependent of course on just which player you think is going to win, and the odds on Carty are 1/5 which are quite restrictive unless pairing him up in doubles or trebles, but the odds on Nicholson are much better value at 3/1.

As for who is going to be worth backing in the Joe O’Connor v Sompol Saetang, I will leave that decision up to you, suffice to say that O’Connor is on offer are odds of 2/7 and is therefore the favourite to win and the odds on Saetang are much higher at 5/2.

The match in which Matthew Selt will be taking on Vetter Luis, does look likely to go the way of Selt, for his win odds are currently 1/33, which will put off a lot of punters who do fancy his chances, and the odds on Luis taking this match are going to be tempting at 11/1!

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