[Horse Racing] Topic: Very Weird occurance at River Downs on July 11
Joined: Sep 2009
Posted: 7/12/2012 3:55:18 AM
So I wager the early P4 there as most of the chalk looked vulnerable.
I take 3 horses in the first race and my biggest shot at 5:1 being 15:1 ML wins great start.
2nd Leg I have all and the 2nd fav 6 wins at 6:1 beating out the 1:5
3rd Leg I am 2 deep the 1 horse gets bet down from 5:1 and wires them at 2:1 and the early p3 pays $430 for a buck
So here I am coming down to the 4:5 favorite for the win 4 assuming heck if this horse wins i get back probably 700+ after seeing the size of the pool and beating some heavy chalk.
Last race posts and the4:5 wins for fun... So I'm happy go to cash my ticket.. $330 for a dollar... I guess a win is a win but that was utterly dissapointing when the early pick 3 paid $100 more...
Has anyone else had something like this happen to them,
Joined: Oct 2003
Location: United States
Posted: 7/12/2012 6:06:28 AM
This kind of stuff can happen because the pools are seperate and I assume the whole country used the 4/5 shot in the last leg. Nice hit however. I never play pick three's, four's or pick sixes because it seems you never get a fair price unless a big chalk goes down in one of the legs.
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