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so are you suggesting a retention barn?[/quote]
I'm asking for your suggestions.
Getting rid of breakage all together would be my choice but, that is a mathematical impossibility even if the track was on board for it ,you can't pay out in thousandths of a penny and this situation arises many times a day. Your solution is to drop to nickel breakage and give the tracks cut to the jockeys and the retired horses I have no issue with
Getting rid of breakage all together would be my choice but, that is a mathematical impossibility even if the track was on board for it ,you can't pay out in thousandths of a penny and this situation arises many times a day. Your solution is to drop to nickel breakage and give the tracks cut to the jockeys and the retired horses I have no issue with that.
We agree with you. It should be to the penny on all bets. Racing is stuck in the 80's.
I think the tracks will find that they have to reduce their win pool% to 5% average about 7% with the break due in part the competition from exchange wagering that is coming online,
I also think that ADW's are vulnerable to the wagering exchange for the fact that the exchange can offer the player a much better deal than ADW or the track in terms of cost.
Exchange wagering won't take off in Ca. The time has passed.
Exchange wagering has not been offered in California so I don't see how you can say that
its time has passed, and if you have listened to the CHRB meetings it is a fait accompli.
I wouldn't mind trying Exchange Wagering but the TOC and won't allow it any time in the near future.
New York will be up and running with exchange wagering by 2014 Kentucky Derby, as per
Chris Kay NYRA CEO, is providing NYRA'S tote service, I don't think it's too big an
assumption that the group will provide a exchange wagering platform as well if they can win the bid for the re tendered procurement of an exchange wagering platform.GBE(global betting exchange)Had won the bid for NEW YORK from 7 other companies in the procurement of a platform for exchange wagering ,but due to a technicality of NYRA'S bidding rules it was found that NYRA board did not follow it's own bidding procedures and the process had to be rebid, which in turn is costing NYRA an estimated 3-5 million in revenue and delaying exchange wagerings implementation
by another 1/4.Make no mistake folks exchange wagering is coming it's only a matter of time, it's just been a slow process and it's coming on a global level like the name implies
The State of California revenues are affected by your proposals. Good luck with that.
Lots of good ideas, I would agree the late DD may not be the best spot for seeding with uncashed tickets.
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