Did not go to Tracside Wednesday. Did go Thursday. Since everything was free and basically no tracks running just took a free PALACE program. Highlighted was your co-winner on front page. Was wondering where your copy was. Evidently you were featured in Wednesday issue and she was not. Wish I had read that 1. In any event. What's with that F###### up Saturday tournement. Advertised in the program: Play the Free Pick 5 Challenge. Every Saturday Up To $5,000 to a single winner. Then on front page it states $2500 without carryover. And I do enjoy this comment written or copied by Scott McBrainless. On Saturday,December 10th,for the second time in a month,the pick 5 had no winners. In fact,on that day,no one was alive going into the final leg. He stated that right. Dead track,with mindless,didactic,degenerates. And you want a person of intelligence to attend.
Yes I understand my "article" was a different day than my co-winner. I don't think you missed that much, you will learn more from Ted's book when you read it any day now.
The Pick 5 pays a basic $2500 prize every Saturday, but if you select all 5 winners as your "Top" horse the money doubles, thus the $5000.
If no one wins on a Saturday half the base money rolls over to the next Saturday thus the prize this last weekend I won, $3750.
To date there has only been one weekend when someone got the doubler, all 5 perfect, and that was the cheesy chalk weekend, when the base prize was $56.xx. There's been a few Saturdays when no one picked 5 and the money rolled over.
If you think it is so simple to win, take up my offer and and come on out Saturday 12/31. If you are the only one to pick all 5, in the circle, it is an easy $5,000 to you, for just the price of admission. How can you go wrong? For a handicapping master like you it should be like taking candy from a baby. And get this, they do it every weekend! Free money! You would never have to go back to work again, and your wife wouldn't have to worry, either. Think about and you realize it is the only real responsible thing to do at this point, John Frank!