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Singapore Masters: Ace Chapman does it again with 50-1 Atwal.

ARJUN ATWAL completed a fabulous February for Sports Betting guru Jeremy Chapman by becoming the first Indian to win a European Tour event yesterday.

The 28-year-old won the Singapore Masters by five shots, landing a 50-1 winner for Chapman, who also advised an each-way bet at 25-1 on third-placed Nick Faldo. Chapman's other winners this month included 100-1 chance Matt Gogel and

40-1 shot Jose Maria Olazabal.

"I expected to win this year but not so quickly, but I'll definitely take it," beamed Atwal.
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Feb 25, 2002
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