SCII betting predictions
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eSport Betting Predictions

ESB’s free StarCraft II betting predictions for Friday, October 29, focus on a pair of PiG Sty Festival SCII bouts. Here are our selections for Kang “Solar” Min-soo vs Park “Zoun” Han-sol and Riccardo “Reynor” Romiti vs Cho “Dream” Joong-hyuk.


SCII Betting Odds: Solar -106.38 at BetOnline | Zoun -128.21 at BetOnline
When: October 29, 2021 at 17:00 AEDT
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Kang “Solar” Min-soo and Park “Zoun” Han-sol will meet in the opening match of Group D for the 12th time of the year and the third time of this month. Zoun leads the head-to-head in 2021 with 7-4 and is 2-0 up in October (3-1 and 2-0), so it’s no surprise seeing him priced as the betting favourite.

Zoun’s recent success when facing Solar doesn’t necessarily guarantee him success on Friday; however, his strong record against his compatriot goes beyond October. Solar has been the more efficient player early into the year, having won three of their opening five bouts; however, he has managed only one across the last six.

Over that stretch, Zoun has accumulated a healthy 14-6 aggregate map lead and has picked up three clean sweeps, so it’s hard to doubt the 24-year-old’s chances to add his eighth head-to-head win on the year. Alternatively, a position on over 2.5 maps looks tempting at -105.26, given Zoun’s tendency to drop maps – as he has done in eight of his last 10 outings.

Zoun to win



SCII Betting Odds: Reynor -500 at BetOnline | Dream +315 at BetOnline
When: October 29, 2021 at 18:00 AEDT
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The current no.8 on the Korean EPT ladder, Cho “Dream” Joong-hyuk, will clash with the third-highest rated European StarCreaft II pro, Riccardo “Reynor” Romiti, for the fourth time of the year and the eighth time in history. Although it’s rare to see a European SCII pro priced as low against one of the top-10 rated Korean players, there’s a reasonable explanation for the offered odds.

Reynor is not only one of the top players in the world, but he’s also 7-0 up in the head-to-head with Dream. What’s more, the Italian leads 16-4 in maps won, albeit is only 6-3 across their last two meetings.

Based on their last two meetings from May (3-2) and July (3-1), Dream has been catching up to Reynor, but three maps across two series are hardly enough to warrant a bet on the outsider. So unless Reynor flops, he should win with relative ease.

Reynor -1.5 maps

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