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Old 06-09-2018, 10:43 AM   #1
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Belmont Stakes - Exotics

This chart was posted on ESPN Insider by Chris Fallica with the title "Ways to Play the Race." While I'm not a good vertical exotics player, I thought the various combinations were interesting, especially the bet structures that would cash on multiple tickets, which is the mantra of our friend Mitch44. "Not all combinations are created equal and some should be bet more than others," he tells me on a regular basis. The best "deep" vertical player I know is rmath, who built his house from his superfecta winnings. I'm calling the good man later this morning to see what he thinks.

BTW, Chris Fallica's chart shows him betting $1 Trifectas. At Belmont, you can play a 10-cent superfecta, so a cheaper way to play these combinations would be as a superfecta with "all" in the fourth slot.
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You know I'll need it, don't you, Tim?
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I will say it's an interesting bet but a terrible one. Its entirely possible the 1 could win and the EX & Tri could be low paying. The extension ( too much $) on one's money here is very poor and the payoff may not recoup what was put in.


You need to seek a lot for little, this just doesn't do it and that money can be used to exploit other races and better opportunities. This guy has too much money to play with and has no value of money.


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Hello Mick

Thanks for the chart Mick
I hope you have a very fun, profitable day.
Its always interesting to see how folks bet.

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