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andymays
05-22-2010, 08:07 PM
123k Carryover for Sunday. :ThmbUp:

Stillriledup
05-22-2010, 08:44 PM
Im in! :ThmbUp:

Stillriledup
05-23-2010, 06:29 AM
I'm assuming if there's a late scratch, you get the post time favorite?

Anyone know for SURE what the pick 5 rules are?

Thanks guys.

andymays
05-23-2010, 10:49 AM
I'm assuming if there's a late scratch, you get the post time favorite?

Anyone know for SURE what the pick 5 rules are?

Thanks guys.


I think you get the favorite but I can't find the rules anywhere.

It's a great bet at 15% takeout and a carryover. :ThmbUp:

bks
05-23-2010, 11:25 AM
also, are consolations paid in all cases, and if so, what percentage of the pool?

Much appreciated.

Igeteven
05-23-2010, 11:38 AM
Im in! :ThmbUp:

I am out :ThmbDown:

Rutgers
05-23-2010, 01:09 PM
also, are consolations paid in all cases, and if so, what percentage of the pool?

Much appreciated.

No consos if 5 of 5 hit.

If no one hits, 5 of 5, next best gets 25% of post-takeout pool.

Horseplayersbet.com
05-23-2010, 01:14 PM
If yesterday is any indication, I'd have problems with a Pick 1. :)

New meets are tough, especially when it attracts horses from different circuits. But all you need is one exotic hit because of the field size at Monmouth to get out for the day.

rwwupl
05-23-2010, 01:16 PM
California has always said there would be no carryovers if they lowered the cost of their carryover bets.

First day carryover on Monmouth pick 5 sort of puts a pin in that balloon.

InsideThePylons-MW
05-23-2010, 02:00 PM
California has always said there would be no carryovers if they lowered the cost of their carryover bets.

First day carryover on Monmouth pick 5 sort of puts a pin in that balloon.

It's pretty tough to have carryovers when the field size avg is 6.7 and the minimum is $1

andymays
05-24-2010, 11:14 AM
http://www.app.com/article/20100523/SPORTS/5230341/New-format-paying-off-at-Monmouth-Park

Excerpt:

Bob Kulina was astonished when he found out the pool for Sunday's Pick 5 at Monmouth Park reached a staggering $806,172.

"This is just outrageous," said Kulina, the vice president and general manager of racing for the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, which operates Monmouth Park. "This is so far above anything we've ever seen here."

The Pick 5 is a wager where betters have to pick the winner of five consecutive races. On Sunday, it was the sixth-10th races.

There was a $123,029 carryover because no one picked all five winners between the sixth and 10th races on Saturday.

The Pick 5 was hit on Sunday and paid $2,402.55. There were 293 winning tickets. Kulina said the Pick 5 pool had never exceeded $100,000 until Saturday, the opening day of Monmouth's 50-day summer meet.

Igeteven
05-24-2010, 12:49 PM
http://www.app.com/article/20100523/SPORTS/5230341/New-format-paying-off-at-Monmouth-Park

Excerpt:

Bob Kulina was astonished when he found out the pool for Sunday's Pick 5 at Monmouth Park reached a staggering $806,172.

"This is just outrageous," said Kulina, the vice president and general manager of racing for the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, which operates Monmouth Park. "This is so far above anything we've ever seen here."

The Pick 5 is a wager where betters have to pick the winner of five consecutive races. On Sunday, it was the sixth-10th races.

There was a $123,029 carryover because no one picked all five winners between the sixth and 10th races on Saturday.

The Pick 5 was hit on Sunday and paid $2,402.55. There were 293 winning tickets. Kulina said the Pick 5 pool had never exceeded $100,000 until Saturday, the opening day of Monmouth's 50-day summer meet.

If California would go to this type of betting and Kentucky style of bets, change the track, things would improve.

Robert Goren
05-24-2010, 01:23 PM
If California would go to this type of betting and Kentucky style of bets, change the track, things would improve. It hasn't done much for Kentucky.

Stillriledup
05-24-2010, 08:57 PM
http://www.app.com/article/20100523/SPORTS/5230341/New-format-paying-off-at-Monmouth-Park

Excerpt:

Bob Kulina was astonished when he found out the pool for Sunday's Pick 5 at Monmouth Park reached a staggering $806,172.

"This is just outrageous," said Kulina, the vice president and general manager of racing for the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, which operates Monmouth Park. "This is so far above anything we've ever seen here."

The Pick 5 is a wager where betters have to pick the winner of five consecutive races. On Sunday, it was the sixth-10th races.

There was a $123,029 carryover because no one picked all five winners between the sixth and 10th races on Saturday.

The Pick 5 was hit on Sunday and paid $2,402.55. There were 293 winning tickets. Kulina said the Pick 5 pool had never exceeded $100,000 until Saturday, the opening day of Monmouth's 50-day summer meet.


Kulina was just 'schooled' on how smart bettors are. When there's free money at a lowish takeout, people come in waves to bet.

InsideThePylons-MW
05-24-2010, 09:45 PM
Kulina was just 'schooled' on how smart bettors are. When there's free money at a lowish takeout, people come in waves to bet.

800K bet at 15% takeout with 123K c/o = no takeout

When a bet has 0 takeout or a positive expectation with a rebate, the pools will be much bigger than any of these track executive dolts would ever imagine.