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Old 11-18-2023, 08:41 AM   #1
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NBC Sports’ Randy Moss Announced as 2023 Global Symposium on Racing Keynote Speaker

December 4 - 6

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https://rtip.arizona.edu/symposium/2...mposium/agenda

3:45-4:45 pm | Salon A&B
Computer-Assisted Wagering – The Good, The Bad, and The Future

As high-frequency bettors represent north of 30% in some of our domestic wagering pools and mass market handle has contracted, discussion of this market evolution and its impacts is of growing importance. This session promises to provide a thorough presentation of the issues, benefits, and drawbacks of high-frequency betting. Attendees will hear from executives of racing associations invested in CAWs, players, and critics of how high-frequency betting has evolved. This panel includes major voices from all sides of the issue and should deliver food for thought regarding the practice, how blue-collar horseplayers can coexist, and a roadmap of where it is headed.

Oliver Roeder – Senior Data Journalist, Financial Times (Moderator)

Pat Cummings @PatCummingsNTA
Executive Director, National Thoroughbred Alliance

Scott Daruty – President, Monarch Content Management

Don Johnson – Chief Executive and Consultant, Quantitative Trading, LLC

Joe Longo – General Manager, NYRA Content Management Systems

Joe Wilson – Chief Operating Officer, Parx Racing
5:00-6:00 pm | Exhibit Area


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Legends of the Game – Racing's Iconic Turf Writers

Join legendary turf racing writers Andy Beyer, Steve Crist, and Jay Privman for an engaging discussion about horses and handicapping. These three Daily Racing Form alumni will be led through an hour of memories and topical discussion by the DRF’s former CEO, Charlie Hayward. Steve Crist, a versatile executive, author, and columnist, was given the moniker “King of the Pick Six” by Harvey Pack. Andy Beyer, a trailblazing author, columnist, and entrepreneur, redefined handicapping with the groundbreaking Beyer speed figures. Jay Privman, the generation’s national racing writer, will not only share his experiences but will also ignite thought-provoking conversations. These three distinguished speakers have all remained unwavering advocates for the horseplayer and have actively driven positive changes for the betting public.

Charlie Hayward – President, Hayward Advisory Services, LLC (Moderator)

Andy Beyer – Legendary Turf Writer (Joining via Zoom)

Steve Crist – Legendary Turf Writer

Jay Privman – Legendary Turf Writer
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What makes Joe Wilson a genius when a majority of racing funds are Casino generated.

There's a Casino movement going on to send horse racing out to sea.

I saw some Joe Wilson vids.

Not impressed. What am I missing here?
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What makes Joe Wilson a genius when a majority of racing funds are Casino generated.

There's a Casino movement going on to send horse racing out to sea.

I saw some Joe Wilson vids.

Not impressed. What am I missing here?
You aren’t missing anything. It was sarcasm. Instead of using casino generated funds to lower the takeout to competitive takeout rates (8 to 12 percent in all pools) the “enlightened ones” calling the shots in this industry prefer to use caw money to keep the industry on life support while driving all sensible players into alternate forms of gambling. Thus they use the casino revenues to fund purses until the day there are no casino revenues. At that point the enlightened ones hope to be retired and it will be somebody else’s problem.
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You aren’t missing anything. It was sarcasm. Instead of using casino generated funds to lower the takeout to competitive takeout rates (8 to 12 percent in all pools) the “enlightened ones” calling the shots in this industry prefer to use caw money to keep the industry on life support while driving all sensible players into alternate forms of gambling. Thus they use the casino revenues to fund purses until the day there are no casino revenues. At that point the enlightened ones hope to be retired and it will be somebody else’s problem.
It's a strange panel. I guess some of these guys are gonna tells us that CAW is actually good for us and grows the game. Be interesting to see how much pushback there is in the room. This panel is the primary reason I'm going. I fully support Pat Cummings and his efforts for shine a bright light on how bad this crap is.
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I'm going to make a prediction.

The panel will identify and discuss several significant problems that need to be addressed, but nothing will change because the industry lacks the investment capital, political power, and resources to think in terms of decades instead of just making next year's budget.
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