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Old 08-15-2022, 09:00 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by westernmassbob View Post
There must be some window of opportunity to past post bet going on somewhere. Even if that is going on there is no guarantee the horse wins so thenwhat ? Someone should get a hold of the guy who edited tickets at autotote and maybe he can shed some light on what he thinks is going on and how. Some of the tote systems are probably still antiquated and someone could be adjusting tickets on the fly....via a computer system.
On Manitoba Derby night, Assiniboia Downs had their Jackpot pick 5 forceout. Pat Cummings related how as the first leg got ready to run, that from the time when the first horse loaded into the gate until the off, 10 CRW groups pushed the “go” button on their wagers, adding around $840,000 - EIGHT HUNDRED AND FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS - to the pool, making up 70% of it. It makes for very bad optics when similarly hefty last second win wagers make their way into the pool and don’t get reflected on screen for a few flashes, but there is nothing necessarily nefarious about it. It’s all about how their algorithms adjust for the inefficiencies between pools, and their ability to upload a variety of massive wagers right before the “bell”. I’m all for ways of figuring out how to fix the optics.
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