It's hard to argue my point when your protected status censors my replies. There was was no sarcasm, no personal attacks, yet my reply which I took the time and effort to try and explain my position just didn't make it through.
My initial post was meant to show how the tote board can be used as a handicapping tool. If you choose to go on with this ignorant chatter please contact Brad Free at DRF and enlighten him as he shares my view, exactly! The link is below. My initial post was to alert those who weren't aware of this so that they could also use this as a tool. When your circular reasoning first saw my initial post you pounced on it as would a rabbit laying in wait for a wolf. You have nothing to teach me. Your not a novice, but you're not as informed as you think you are. When you close your mind to anything, you close it to everything. I like coming here to chat and talk horse racing. You and your minion ruin that for so many of us. The dissertations for the most part state the obvious or rephrase something already stated prior. I will not address you again. Please do me the same courtesy.
When tote board talks, pay attention. Brad Free
" The race goes off and they finish 1-2. I still won but if the odds hadn't changed so drastically I would have bet the exacta and been better off for it."John Karczewski/ I guess you missed this part of his comment. He didn't bet because of the 1/5 odds / my god what does it take for yoo's to learn you don't know everything!!!
"He was bet in the win pool like he already won the race. When the pool had been opened he had 60% of the win pool. That's how you keep people away from a heavy favorite when you can't get down with a bookie who doesn't participate in the mutual pool. I know this because that's what we would do with a horse that both ourselves and the public were going to bet when we had a heads up like they did. Psychologically it works by keeping bettors off the heavy favorite, and letting him float up." excerpt which was highly contested 2 months ago under KENTUCKIAN (horse)/ notice the similarity
I forgot to add he was the favorite at 2/1 so you weren't alone in thinking he would win.
8/6/9/5/1/4/7 finish/ replay of last time when he got run down in the stretch.$1.00 Exacta 8/6 $17.00 $1.00 Trifecta 8/6/9 $160.00 $0.10 Superfecta 8/6/9/5 $139.54 The 4 leaders into the stretch finished out/ can't win them all/ good day
Trifecta 1, WT, 2, 4, WT, 2, 4 / 8th chalks but look good
#11 knocked me out od the tri n super/ I got miller in the 5th, he got me in the 7th/Nice tri Mike!$1.00 Trifecta 1/4/11 $177.20
$1.00 Exacta 1/4 $20.00 $1.00 Trifecta 1/4/11 $177.20 $0.10 Superfecta 1/4/11/8 $102.10 19/1 with 1/4 couldn't pass that up/ all done for tonight. BTW: I've GOT THE GC TRI COLD/ WILL SEND TO YOU/
Unbridled's Song, sibling of this guy ok? #11
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