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Author Bio

Tom Wilkinson

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Tom Wilkinson has been a sports betting expert and sports betting columnist for the last 25 years. His extensive experience started in Las Vegas in the 1980’s and continued around the country during the 1990’s.

An expert sports bettor and poker player, Tom has written for various publications and websites around the world, and he will now share his expertise as our feature columnist. Born in Dallas, Texas, Tom has a wide variety of experience in both sports betting and poker playing.  Tom has extensive experience in writing NFL, college football, basketball, hockey, soccer, UFC and more. 

From the early days of Las Vegas gaming to the current sports betting options available at sportsbooks today, Tom has seen it all.  Look for his expertise as he covers the many aspects of sports betting around the world today.

You can contact Tom at thomasj19651965@gmail.com

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Latest article written by Tom Wilkinson:

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 in European

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play Matchups and Predictions

GamblersPalace.com World No. 1 Dustin Johnson leads the field for the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play that starts on Wednesday in Texas. All but two of the world’s top 64 players are in the field, as only Rickie Fowler and Adam Scott decided not to play. Expect an exciting five days of action with round-robin play Wednesday through Friday and then single-elimination matches starting on Saturday. It was a tough week with the matchups at Valspar Championship, as I went 2-4 with the matchups, so I will look to bounce back with this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Let’s look at the matchups and predictions for this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies. More

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