The Masters 2015: Day two updated betting odds

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We give you the inside track on the best bets ahead of Augusta's weekend action

By now you’ve probably had several bets crash and burn after what was a rather eventful day at Augusta National.

Although we’ve seen frustratingly little of the first Major of the year, what little we saw was compelling viewing.

Jordan Spieth has emerged as the new front runner and bookies favourite to take the Green Jacket after he stormed to an opening round 64. If you’d taken him originally you’d have got a tasty 12/1 on the young American.

Spieth is available now at a cut price of 9/4.

Despite what you may have read elsewhere, Rory McIlroy is by no means out of this tournament. After initially being available at 6/1 he is now available at 9/1, expect a late surge from the Northern Irishman.

The World Number One is available at an enticing 66/1 for the End of Round 2 Leader, although it would be a huge task to usurp Spieth.

Jason Day is now available at a best price of 11/2 after initially being available at a best price of 12/1. Currently tied for second the Australian could be a sound bet at this stage.
Best of the rest:
Justin Rose: 12/1
Dustin Johnson: 20/1
Bubba Watson: 20/1
Sergio Garcia: 20/1
Phil Mickelson: 33/1
Ernie Els: 40/1
Paul Casey: 40/1
Ryan Palmer: 40/1
Patrick Reed: 40/1
Russell Henley: 40/1
Adam Scott: 60/1
Billy Horschel: 75/1
Jimmy Walker: 80/1
Tiger Woods: 80/1
Henrik Stenson: 80/1
Rickie Fowler: 100/1
Ian Poulter: 275/1
Danny Willett: 300/1
Martin Kaymer: 600/1
Kevin Na: 750/1



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