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Woodbine has been offering 20 cent Triactors in the U.S. primarily in Florida for the last month and will be doing so at more outlets for closing weekend. So far they seem to be helping the pools a bit, but most of the payoffs seem to be in the $15-$25 range. Probably not good for creating headlines, but I sense it may be helping in the Churn department. Could the 20 centers do for trifectas what the dime did for the Super?
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Retama Park currently has 10 cent Trifectas.
To answer your question..BUST..
Serious players won't put serious $$ into those pools.
20 cent tri's realy? I thought 50 cent trifecta was alittle much, 20 cent is just rediculous.
Joel> I didn't know about Retama. Why do you call it a bust. No additional handle? Cheapens the payouts? Or all the above? The only plus side from a handicapping point of view is playing $1 and $2 tickets on your A picks and maybe using the dime or 20 cents using some C and D picks.
Aren't you the ad guy for Barn to Wire and Pace Advantage?
Retama Park - Friday, November 30, 2012
Race 1 - 6:45 PM Exacta / Trifecta (10 Cent Minimum) / Superfecta (10 Cent Minimum) Double (Races 1-2)(12% Takeout) Pick 3 (Races 1-2-3)(12% Takeout)(.50 Cent Minimum)
I have done very well at Woodbine with the 20 cent bet, in the tri, Pick 3 and the Pick 4
The pools are good and everyone has a real good chance to win at that track. I think they produce more winners then any other track running in N America.
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