15 October 2019, by: Carl Lewis

RWC19 SuperBru: BET.co.za v Brus Round 4 Score Update 

After a remarkable final match, the group stages have come and gone. Leaving us questioning where the last month has disappeared too? As rugby lovers, we were treated to thrills and spills. Our favourite aspect of the pool stages was the opportunity to watch nations that we would never usually be able to see. Which made the group stages no walk in the park.

Only England and New Zealand made it through with 100% records. After the third round, the Superbru’s were in a tight position – start making the right picks or get eaten up by the book. Unfortunately, the book flexed its muscles and was too powerful.

AGAIN, the Bru’s were hampered by unforeseen circumstances as a bloody typhoon rolled into Tokyo which saw three games called off. If the Bru’s were able to call those – it could have been a different story.

The overall group stage stats saw the Bru’s wIn 17 handicaps out of 37. There are only EIGHT more rugby games to make a difference in the BET v Bru’s competition. The quarterfinals, semi-final, third and fourth playoffs and the Final.

It’s time for deep analysis and calculated picks if the Bru’s have any chance in coming back.

Read more about the BET vs Brus mechanics and check our the BET vs Brus scoreboard here.

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The Winners

Round 3 Winners:

RollingThunder (Michael de Goede) – Yellowcap

Mafodi Mohlotsane – Pick of the Round

Round 4 Winners:

Wayne Weber – Pick of the Round (only person to pick Scotland by 61)

Andrew De Kock – Yellowcap

The Mechanics

As the official betting partners of Superbru, we’re spicing things up this Rugby World Cup.

The guys and girls over at Superbru (The Brus as they like to call themselves) have laid down a challenge for our team of traders here at BET.co.za. In a tournament-long head-to-head battle we’re pitting our match handicap markets against the Superbru community picks to see who’s the most accurate tipster.

The format is two-fold:A classic Superbru head-to-head – our handicap versus the community pick in a 2-man pool. Win points, margin points, bonus points and the coveted grand slam points all to play for each round.

R100 handicap bet per match – we use the match handicap set on BET.co.za, and matchup the Superbru community pick against it. If the community pick is greater that handicap, the bet will be on the minus. If its less than the handicap, the bet will be on the plus.

Keep an eye on the scorecard here as well as in our Rugby World Cup zone, and get the blow-by-blow details in the dropdown menus beneath.

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