OpenTable (NASDAQ: OPEN) fell sharply Wednesday after the company reported first-quarter adjusted EPS of 40 cents, compared to estimates for 34 cents. Revenues missed estimates though, coming in at $39.4 million, just short of the $39.6 million analysts expected. Looking forward, the company predicts full-year revenue of $158 million to $164 million short of estimates for $168.2 million. The company also said it expects its international business to report a loss for the year. A July 45/50 Out of The Money Bear-Call Credit Spread looks like an attractive way to play OPEN today. This strategy aims for a return of 7.53% and OPEN is 20% out of the money. Recent support for this stock has been demonstrated near $41.92 while resistance has been around $46.88. OpenTable is trading today at $37.46, down $6.22 (-14.47%) from yesterday’s close. The stock began the day trading at $36.77 and has moved between $36.40 and $37.81. [MarketIntelligenceCenter.com]