I miss Allen Gutterman.
He is a fantastic individual and I wish him the best.
The scenario you gentlemen bring up already exists in Australia.
You receive higher pay back you being on track as compared to off-track, pub wagering, or internet gamblers. For example, watching Australia racing, on occasion you will see the Australian odds pop up and you will see three sets of payout for win bets. One for the on track bookie, another for the internet bookies, and the final odd for the pub bookies.
I once suggested that to an individual who I will not mention, and he said it would be an excellent idea if we didn't have parimutuel wagering. The perfect idea would be to decrease the payout for every "off track" wager by 2.5% to 5%. Translation, for every $2, you forfeit $0.05 - $0.10 as a convenience fee. It would be a win-win for everyone and the off track horse player would probably not mind the fee.